Attorney Jobs in Syracuse, New York


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This career level attorney position is at a high energy, small rural law firm. The successful candidate will be responsible for estate plans and business succession files on small and large matters. The attorney will conduct file review, document preparation, be in attendance at closings, prepare and file of transfer documents, be a project manager and follow time and expense budgets. There is sig...
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...
Job Description This position is in support of the United States Attorney Office in Syracuse, NY located at 100 South Clinton Street. The anticipated length of this assignment is through May 31, 2015 with the possibility of a ONE (1) year extension. * Case related travel to branch offices may be authorized, as needed, as well as travel relating to special projects and training. * The Employee will...
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