Mid-Level Commercial Transactions Attorney

Axiom Legal   •  

Houston, TX

Industry: Legal Services


5 - 7 years

Posted 379 days ago

  by    Danielle Kruger

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If you’re entrepreneurial, business-minded and always craving the next challenge, we would love to have you join us on our mission to shape the future of law.

Our attorneys benefit from a self-directed practice, flexibility, top tier peers and access to the world's largest and most innovative clients - all with a full suite of benefits including paid time off, healthcare and professional development resources.

Currently, we're on the hunt for exceptional Commercial Transactions attorneys to join our ranks with:

  • 4-10years of experience at a top law firm and exceptional academic credentials; additional in-house experience considered a plus
  • Experience drafting, negotiating and managing a wide range of commercial transactions
  • Experience and comfort working with and advising business clients directly with a high level of professionalism and outstanding business judgement
  • Ability to work on-site in Houston and active membership with the Texas State Bar

The responsibilities for this role will include:

  • Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating a wide range of commercial agreements such as vendor/procurement or sales/service agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and licensing, distribution, and manufacturing agreements

  • Providing practical legal advice and support on business matters in a dynamic environment
  • Working with and advising business clients directly, as well as providing guidance and practical solutions

Axiom is an equal opportunity employer and committed to a diverse workforce.

With over 1,500 (and growing) Axiomites based around the world, we seek to live up to the New York Times’ prediction that:  “A more sweeping transformation may be on the horizon. And it may look a lot like Axiom”. 

Our company is ranked #1 in business of law, innovation in corporate strategy and innovation in law firm efficiency by the Financial Times.