Compensation: Competitive based on experience
Desired Start Date: Immediately
Location: New York, NY
eBrevia is seeking a corporate attorney to manage projects and client relationships with respect to eBrevia’s law firm, corporate, commercial real estate and audit/consulting firm clients. This is an exciting position with a dual business/legal focus and particularly well suited for attorneys looking to broaden their skill set within an innovative technology company environment. Candidates should be comfortable wearing a variety of hats and adding value in multiple ways throughout the organization. As the company is growing quickly, there is the opportunity to assume more responsibility and a significant leadership role moving forward.
— Manage clients’ projects and accounts, including onboarding, preparing project timelines and other deliverables, providing training and ensuring clients’ success.
— Proactively communicate with clients via email or phone to identify, explain and troubleshoot user issues.
— Demo products to C-level executives, lawyers, knowledge managers, and IT professionals.
— Review and negotiate NDAs, customer license agreements, and general commercial contracts.
— Maintain, update and ensure compliance with various company policies.
— Work directly with company’s team of corporate attorneys and software engineers to develop and enhance the company’s products.
— Candidate must have a JD or LLM and experience reviewing a variety of contracts, including general M&A and commercial contracts.
— Experience with investment management agreements, loan agreements, real estate agreements, employment agreements, ISDA, and/or IP-related agreements a plus.
— Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, ability to work independently and make progress.
— Experience managing projects and working in a team environment.
— Experience with the Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Google Apps (Calendar, Google Docs).
— Experience with Salesforce or similar CRM software a plus.
— The successful candidate should be initiative-taking, organized, technically savvy, resilient, creative, “street” smart and “book” smart, and most importantly, have a desire to grow.
Please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.