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A growing and dynamic publicly-traded company in the Triangle area seeks a Corporate Counsel to join its team. This position will involve drafting, negotiating, and reviewing a range of software and IT contracts and commercial agreements, liaising with internal business partners, advising the sales team, and assisting with a range of legal and business-side matters on an as-needed basis. This is a great opportunity for a law firm associate with a strong transactional background who is interested in transitioning into an in-house role.
Ideal candidates will have direct experience drafting and negotiating service agreements and contracts, but candidates with a strong M&A background who have served clients in the technology sector will be considered.
At least three years of transactional legal experience, including experience involving technology transactions, gained at a reputable law firm
A strong interest in the technology sector and familiarity with software-as-a-service
A JD from a Top Tier law school with strong academic credentials and a license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction