Junior to Mid-Level Real Estate Associate

Job Description

  • Location: Washington,, District Of Columbia
  • Type: Direct Hire
  • Job #19009

Ignite Your Real Estate Career in Vibrant Washington, DC!

Are you a dynamic junior to mid-level attorney (Class of 2019-2022) ready to make your mark in the world of real estate law? Look no further! Join our esteemed Real Estate Practice Group in the heart of Washington, DC, where opportunities for growth and impactful work abound.

Why Us?

With a robust team of lawyers across our U.S. offices, our Real Estate Practice Group is at the forefront of diverse transactions, ranging from development and equity financing to debt financing, purchases and sales, public/private partnerships, and leasing. As a junior to mid-level associate, you’ll be an integral part of representing real estate developers, owners, users, and institutions in the dynamic Washington metropolitan region.

What We’re Seeking:

We’re on the lookout for qualified candidates with a minimum of one year of experience in commercial real estate transactions. Your stellar academic credentials, excellent references, and strong writing skills will set you apart as you contribute to our team’s success.

Your Next Chapter Awaits:

Embark on a journey of professional growth by joining a group dedicated to large-scale commercial, residential, hotel, and mixed-use projects. Following an initial phone screening, your law school transcript, a compelling cover letter, and a legal writing sample to showcase your skills will be required.

Ready to Shape Your Future? Apply Now!

If you’re ready to thrive in a collaborative and dynamic environment, apply today to become a vital part of our Real Estate Practice Group in Washington, DC. Your exciting career journey starts here!

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