In-House Commercial Attorney
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Position Type:  Corporation
Practice Area:  Corporate
Practice Specialty:  Commercial, Contracts, Government Contracts, Litigation, Corporate
Location:  Pennsylvania
Job Code:  181805
Job Description:

Our client, a prominent public corporation headquartered in Pittsburgh, has retained us to identify a talented commercial attorney with around 4-7 years of experience.  Candidates must have top academic credentials and large law firm training.  In-house experience would be valuable, but is not required. 

Ideal candidates will have diverse corporate experience that includes drafting and negotiating a variety of commercial agreements.  Exposure to other areas of practice such as litigation and government contracting would be beneficial, but is not necessary.  It is a candidate’s intangible qualities that will ultimately make him/her the best fit for this position.  Candidates must be highly motivated and flexible and possess strong leadership, judgment and interpersonal skills.  This role also requires someone with excellent business acumen who is accustomed to having direct client contact.

This position will provide an outstanding opportunity for someone to perform a variety of sophisticated work and become a well-rounded attorney in a dynamic legal department.  This attorney will report to an Assistant General Counsel and also will work directly with the General Counsel and key members of the business units.  A competitive compensation and benefits package is being offered.  Only local candidates or those who are actively relocating to Pittsburgh will be considered at this time.


Thank you for your interest in a position with one of our clients.  Your information will be reviewed by a recruiter; however, because of the large volume of inquiries that we receive for our positions, we are not able to respond directly to all applicants.  Please note that your resume submission is confidential, and your materials will not be sent to a client without your prior written consent.