Sr Corporate Attorney (Remote Option) (2210396)
Sr Corporate Counsel – Labcorp Drug Development Law Department[Internal Summary, not for posting: A highly experienced attorney who has significant subject matter, client or law department responsibilities and may have some supervisory responsibility for other law department personnel on a project-specific or permanent basis. May serve specified business units or clients or provide legal support in a specialized area. 5 to 12 years legal experience. Remote Option.
Education and Experience:
The Senior Corporate Counsel should possess an advanced degree (juris doctor) and have at least 5 years of contract negotiation, drafting, litigation/dispute resolution, transactions, or related legal experience.
• Admitted to practice law in a US state• Excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills are essential requirements
• Capacity to review large commercial contracts and provide practical, business-focused advice is required
• Comprehensive knowledge of general corporate business practices and a sound understanding of contracting models and commercial practices is required
• Experience in the clinical research industry or a healthcare services field is helpful• Demonstrated persuasive interpersonal style capable of influencing senior executives• Language capabilities in addition to English are valued
• Excellent interpersonal skills• Good written and verbal communication• Commercial awareness
• Exceptional organizational skills, time management and attention to detail
• Strong Proficiency in Word/Excel/Powerpoint/Outlook• Flexibility in responding to job demands
• A collaborative and persuasive personality able to influence executives and non-executives
• Able to effectively communicate with internal and external customers and at all levels of the organization
• Demonstrated ability to communicate complex legal issues and solutions clearly and succinctly
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