Crypto Currency Attorney

Confidential Company  •  Washington, DC

5 - 7 years experience  •  Legal Services

Salary depends on experience
Posted on 01/12/18
Washington, DC
5 - 7 years experience
Legal Services
Salary depends on experience
Posted on 01/12/18

Description

Boutique corporate law firm based in Washington, DC is seeking an entrepreneurial, business-minded attorney withexperience in crypto currency related matters. Experience in bitcoin and other currency is required. Successful candidates will have at least 5years of relevant experience, including at least 3years at a law firm or corporate legal department. Experiencewith coding is a strong plus. Foreign language skills are also a plus, though not required. At least some portable business is a strong plus.

Firm is inclusive and flexible with work location and arrangements.

This is a good fit for an attorney who would like to have the independence, flexibility, and autonomy of having his or her own practice, while also enjoying the benefits of a larger platform (administrative and associate level support, opportunities for origination credit for referrals to other practice areas in the firm, the ability to take on larger matters, etc.).

The law firm offers a unique platform with strong incentives for generating and expanding a book of business. Attorney will be given substantial origination credit for any work they generate for themselves or other attorneys in the firm as well as support from the firm to assist the attorney's business development efforts.

The result is an entrepreneurial opportunity ideal for an attorney with at least some existing business who wants to be with a firm that provides strong incentives and support for business generation.

Interested candidates should send a resume along with a cover letter describing relevant experience and the extent of any book of business.

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