Special Counsel is seeking corporate attorneys with entity formation experience in Delaware for an upcoming remote contract project. Please see details and requirements below.
Start: As early as week of Feb. 15th
Duration; 2-6 weeks
Hours: Minimum of 40 hours a week
Location: Work from Home
License Requirements: Must be admitted and in good standing with any US Bar
Experience Required: Interested candidate must have experience incoporating corporations in Delaware or Texas. Entity formation experience is required.
If you are interested and available, don;t delay send your resume in word format today!
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The Company will consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records