The Orlando office of Akerman LLP seeks an Attorney with 3-5 years of experience in complex commercial real estate transactions, including, but not limited to, experience in financing, leasing, acquisition and sales transactions and land use and development, particularly in the homebuilder industry. The successful candidate will have strong written and oral communication skills, be proactive and detail-oriented, and have a thorough knowledge of real estate acquisition and sale transactions, development and building issues, contract administration and closing work, title insurance, survey, and closing requirements, all as applied to commercial real estate development and transactions. Ability to work well with others in a high pressure environment is a must. Experience representing developers of mixed use projects, office, multi-family, industrial, and shopping centers is also a plus. Must possess a Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school and be a member of The Florida Bar or willing to sit for the next examination.
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Akerman LLP is ranked among the top 100 law firms in the United States by The American Lawyer and a top 100 U.S. law firm recognized by Financial Times as among the most forward thinking firms in the industry. Its more than 700 lawyers and business professionals collaborate with the world’s most successful enterprises and entrepreneurs to navigate change, seize opportunities, and help drive innovation and growth. Akerman is known for its results in middle market M&A and complex disputes, and for helping clients achieve their most important business objectives in the financial services, real estate and other dynamic sectors across the United States and Latin America. Law360 ranks Akerman among the Top 10 Large Law Firms for Diversity (2020) and Working Mother Magazine ranks Akerman among the "Best Law Firms for Women" (2020). Akerman also ranks among the "Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality" by the Corporate Equality Index with a 100% rating (2020) and is ranked #43 by The American Lawyer Diversity Scorecard (2020). We are committed to providing a supportive and inclusive environment where all individuals can reach their full potential, no matter their race, color, sex, religion..., national origin, age, disability, marital status, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation or genetic makeup.