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Location New York - Syracuse
Job ID JK6Z137711
Litigation - General/Commercial
Syracuse office of our client seeks general litigation attorney with 3-7 years of experience. The candidate must be licensed to practice in New York.
The successful candidate will have excellent verbal, interpersonal, and research and writing skills.
This law firm was founded over nine decades ago to serve the financial community. Their areas of practice include litigation, family law, personal injury, real estate, land use planning, banking, insurance defense, intellectual property, and more. The firm is located in New York.
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