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The Real Estate Counsel will report directly to the General Counsel and will manage the company's existing commercial real estate portfolio. This attorney will work closely and interact regularly with members of the Real Estate team and must be comfortable providing advice and counsel to members of the business side. This attorney will also work closely with the General Counsel and other members of the legal department on a wide range of non-real estate legal issues, so this is a great opportunity for someone with a very strong commercial real estate background who is interested in expanding their experience.
Qualified candidates must have:
Around four years of experience at a well-established law firm focusing on commercial real estate transactions. Law firm experience is mandatory to be considered for this position.
Experience negotiating commercial real estate leases, including communicating directly with commercial real estate landlords and tenants
Strong communication skills, excellent attention to detail, and the ability to multi-task
A license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction and the ability to become licensed in North Carolina
Very strong ties to the Charlotte area
*Attorneys with a background focusing primarily on residential real estate or real estate finance, without experience negotiating commercial leases, will not be a fit for this role