Williams Mullen Associate Position

Williams Mullen needs an associate with 2-5 years’ experience with both real estate and corporate practices. This is an excellent opportunity for an associate seeking direct client interaction, significant responsibility, business development support, and a chance to work in a dynamic team environment in our beautiful Charlottesville office.

• The ideal candidate will have experience in: drafting commercial real estate purchases, leasing and financing documents; handling title, survey, easements, insurance, and other real estate diligence matters; some exposure to zoning and land use regulation matters; and experience with general corporate and transactional matters including contracts, M&A due diligence, and entity formation and governance.
• Strong analytical, interpersonal, and communication skills are required. Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to build credibility, persuasiveness and diplomacy. Superior academic credentials expected and entrepreneurial spirit highly preferred.
• Candidates must be currently licensed in Virginia or have the ability to immediately waive in.

Williams Mullen is a unique mid-sized regional powerhouse firm that offers associates career advancement and business development skill building. For more about who we are and what our firm offers both the attorneys who work here and the clients we work for: https://www.williamsmullen.com/story/values.

At this time, Williams Mullen will not accept applicants submitted through search firms or legal recruiters for this position; only direct self-applications from candidates will be accepted.

Interested candidates: To apply, please include a (1) cover letter, (2) resume, and (3) transcript and select “Add to Apply List” to apply through our website: http://www.williamsmullen.com/careers/laterals.

Previous applicants with renewed interest are encouraged to apply.

Williams Mullen is an equal opportunity employer: http://www.williamsmullen.com/careers/employment-policy.

Real Estate Title Insurance Underwriter

Charlottesville title agency is seeking a real estate title insurance underwriter. The position requires someone with strong written and oral communication skills, outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail. Real estate and/or paralegal experience preferred. Licensed underwriter preferred, but will train the right person.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Interpret real estate title searches/abstracts and related documentation necessary to produce binders, policies and endorsements for title insurance.
2. Collect real estate title search information from title examiner, and organize and underwrite it for supervisor to review.
3. Prepare title insurance binders and title reports, title insurance policies and related endorsements.
4. Review and interpret land surveys.
5. Recognize title defects and seek advice from supervisor as to insurability, when necessary.

Requirements:

1. Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail
2. Good written and verbal communication skills
3. Real estate / paralegal experience
4. Proficiency in basic computer applications, such as Microsoft Office; knowledge of RAMQUEST

NOTES: Salary commensurate with experience, monthly parking paid by employer, PTO.

This office does not conduct in-house property closing settlements.
This is a full-time in-house position.

Please send resume and cover letter to: whiteb@ctt.com

Staff Attorneys – Domestic Violence

Central Virginia Legal Aid Society (CVLAS) seeks one entry level Staff Attorney each for our Richmond, Petersburg and Charlottesville offices. These positions will focus primarily upon domestic violence work. Excellent written and oral advocacy skills and ability to work independently in fast paced environment are required. Prior experience working with and advocating for survivors of domestic and sexual violence is strongly desired. Prior experience in public interest and poverty work is desirable. Must have strong commitment to equal justice. Graduation from an ABA accredited law school and a current Virginia State Bar license required. Salary $50,000/year to start (or more commensurate with experience) plus excellent benefits. Send cover letter, resume and writing sample to be received by July 26 to Michelle King, michelle@cvlas.org. Any preference for the Richmond, Petersburg or Charlottesville office should be indicated in the cover letter. Minorities, bilingual (English/Spanish) speakers, veterans, older adults, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EEO employer.

www.cvlas.org

101 W. Broad St., Suite #101
Richmond, Virginia 23220
804-648-1012 or 800-868-1012
Fax: 804-649-8794

229 North Sycamore Street
Petersburg, Virginia 23803
804-862-1100 or 800-868-1012
Fax: 804-861-4311

1000 Preston Avenue, Suite B
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
434-296-8851 or 800-390-9983
Fax: 434-296-5731

CVLAS – Staff Attorney Job Announcement

Central Virginia Legal Aid Society seeks a housing law staff attorney for its Charlottesville office. Excellent written and oral advocacy skills and ability to work independently in fast paced environment are required. Prior experience in public interest and poverty work is desirable. Must have strong commitment to equal justice. Graduation from an ABA accredited law school and a current Virginia State Bar license required. Salary dependant upon experience. Excellent benefits. Send cover letter, resume and writing sample to be received by July 15, 2019 to Michelle King, michelle@cvlas.org. Minorities, bilingual (English/Spanish) speakers, veterans and people with disabilities encouraged to apply. EEO employer.

Title Insurance Underwriter

Charlottesville title agency is seeking an experienced title insurance underwriter. The position requires someone with strong written and oral communication skills, outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail. Licensed underwriter preferred, but will train the right person.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Interpret title searches/abstracts and related documentation necessary to produce binders, policies and endorsements.
2. Collect title search information from examiner, and organize and underwrite it for supervisor to review.
3. Prepare title binders and title reports, policies and related endorsements.
4. Review and interpret surveys.
5. Recognize title defects and seek advice from supervisor as to insurability, when necessary.

Requirements:

1. Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail
2. Good written and verbal communication skills
3. Proficiency in basic computer applications, such as Microsoft Office; knowledge of RAMQUEST

NOTES: Salary commensurate with experience, monthly parking paid by employer, financial assistance with health insurance.

This office does not conduct in-house settlements.

Please send resume and cover letter to: whiteb@ctt.com