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Real Estate Litigation Associate

Job Code: 58471236
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
Date Posted: 8/30/2017
Position:
Practice Area: Open
Employment Type: Direct Hire

Are you an experienced real estate litigation attorney looking to take a step up to a larger platform? If so, this position may be a great fit for you.
 
Parker + Lynch Legal, Special Counsel’s Attorney Search Division, is working with the Indianapolis office of an AmLaw 100 firm with offices throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia. This firm is consistently ranked for its legal expertise with BTI Consulting Group, Chambers USA, and U.S. News & World Report “Best Law Firms.”
 
The firm has a current need for an attorney in its nationally-ranked Real Estate Litigation practice area. The position will require contract drafting and negotiation, dispute resolution, and litigating complex real estate disputes. This is a flexible position; the firm is open to a reduced-hour or part-time arrangement.
 
Requirements:
• At least three (3) years of experience in real estate litigation
• Strong commitment to teamwork and client service
• Strong academic credentials and writing skills
• Indiana licensure
 
This is an excellent opportunity for someone who has a desire to move to a large, respected firm to take on increasingly sophisticated work. If you are interested in the Real Estate Attorney position in Indianapolis, please submit your resume below, or email your resume in Word .doc format in confidence to IndianaLegal@parkerlynch.com. While visiting our Special Counsel and Parker + Lynch Legal websites, please review all available career opportunities.
 
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