Attorney Jobs in Syracuse, New York


3 Syracuse, NY Attorney jobs found on Monster.

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Job Purpose: Helps employees satisfy the legal aspects of their employment by representing employees concerning the formation, maintenance, and termination of employment and collective bargaining relationships. Duties: * Obtains and retains employment law clients by following-up on referrals; understanding case information; presenting legal options; maintaining rapport. * Keeps employee clients in...
Pyramid Management Group, LLC headquartered in Syracuse, New York has immediate career opportunity for a Real Estate Attorney in its Legal Department. Responsibilities include: Prepare and negotiate real property documents such as leases, licenses, easements and other similar documents with local, regional and national tenants. Interpret and provide legal analysis of legal documents, including lea...
This career level position is at a high energy, small rural law firm. The successful candidate will be responsible for file review, document preparation, and finalization of projects and follow up on closed matters. Injection of new ideas on projects and creativity is necessary. The position requires management of time budgets with client demands and calendaring. The type of work will be primarily...
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