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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks real estate attorney with 3-5 years of legal experience. The candidate will be supporting the Real Estate practice and the Tax Oriented Investing group, which focuses on financing utilizing historic tax credits, new markets tax credits and renewable energy tax Credits. Will be working on a broad range of complex transactional matters such as financing real estate, operating businesses, and renewable investments using federal and state tax credit incentive. Drafting and negotiating equity, loan and security and leasing documents and agreements. Performing due diligence. Helping manage and develop client relationships. Supporting the practice by performing general research and writing. An LL.M. degree in Taxation preferred. Experience with historic rehabilitation tax credits, new market tax credits, and renewable energy tax credits is strongly preferred. Should be admitted to a State Bar and be in good standing and be eligible for the District of Columbia Bar.
When establishing its Washington, DC, office, this major powerhouse was careful to avoid creating an arm of the firm. Instead, the 100+ attorney strong office boasts many of the elements of a full service firm in and of itself. Attorneys at the firm love the nice pay and cordial relations with partners. In fact, one of the firm's major calling cards is its lack of a rigid hierarchy and the petty office politics that go with it.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks junior affordable housing attorney with 1-2 years of experience. The candidate should preferably have experience with the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac multifamily lending programs. Must be admitted to practice in Washington, DC (or be eligible for admission).
The mid-sized DC office of this national firm has a pretty diverse practice, including corporate, tax, antitrust, IP, labor, real estate and litigation. Despite its reputation and major legal presence, this firm likes considers itself to be a super place to work. An excellent mentorship program as well as a strong pro bono effort, a pro-female attitude, domestic partner benefits, and a sincere commitment to diversity certainly back this claim up.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks affordable housing attorney with 3+ years of experience. The candidate should have experience with HUD affordable housing, low-income housing tax credit or related programs.
This firm, headquartered in Washington, DC, has offices on both coasts but much of the action is generated here. This is a full-service shop with special expertise in I/P, Corporate and Commercial, but it can handle almost anything you bring it. Associates are uniform in their praise of the relaxed work atmosphere, great pay and benefits. Productivity and work quality is exceptionally high.
Washington DC office is seeking a junior real estate attorney.
Work is conducted in a beautiful office environment for some of the most well known corporations in the world. Exceptionally well regarded by competing legal shops, this firm occupies a solid position in the marketplace, easily sustaining the high quality of its partners and associates. Both high salaries and benefits are parts of the total package.