Compensation: Competitive based on experience
Desired Start Date: Immediately
Location: New York, NY
eBrevia is seeking a corporate attorney to play a major role in the continued enhancement and development of the company’s legal software by assisting with the review and annotation of legal provisions from a database of contracts. The successful candidate will be teaching eBrevia's artificial intelligence technology to "think like a lawyer" and shaping eBrevia’s products. This is an exciting position that, given the candidate’s growth potential and interest, has the possibility of significantly expanding and quickly becoming a leadership role. The position is ideal for a transactional lawyer, who is an entrepreneur at heart, excited about technology and innovation, and looking for a role that mixes legal training and practice with business and technology.
— Review contracts and annotate relevant legal provisions.
— Manage a team of supporting paralegals/staff and outside resources to gather additional contracts, build eBrevia’s working database, and ensure the accuracy of annotations.
— Work directly with company’s team of corporate attorneys and software engineers to develop and enhance the company’s products including designing additional functionality.
— Candidate must have a JD or LLM and 4+ years of experience reviewing a variety of contracts, including general M&A, leases, and commercial contracts.
— Experience with investment management agreements, loan agreements, real estate agreements, employment agreements, ISDA, and/or IP-related agreements a plus.
— Strong candidates will have excellent communication (especially, written) and interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to work independently and make progress.
— Also desired is experience in managing projects and working in a team environment.
Please submit your resume to email@example.com. Also, please submit a cover letter succinctly outlining your qualifications for this position, your salary requirements, and any other relevant information that we should consider.