SourcePro Search has a fantastic administrative opportunity for an experienced Corporate Attorney with our large global law firm client. This role offers a competitive compensation package and can be based in any US office. The Senior Attorney (Corporate) performs and coordinates substantive due diligence and drafts, reviews and negotiates non-disclosure agreements as a member of the Firm’s Transactional Services Center. In this capacity, the Senior Attorney (Corporate) will: • Perform due diligence review for business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions and financings; • Draft, review and negotiate non-disclosure agreements for the firm’s M&A, Private Equity and Leveraged Finance groups; • Coordinate with deal teams to facilitate the completion of due diligence projects; • Coordinate due diligence review by the Firm’s attorney subject matter specialists, such as tax, environmental, benefits and regulatory; • Create due diligence summaries and reports leveraging the Firm’s licensed technology tools; • Identify efficiency opportunities and/or enhancements in the performance of the Transactional Services Center; • Coordinate with peers, as appropriate, to ensure best practices in due diligence and drafting; • Manage projects to ensure that the work product is delivered accurately and on time; • Conduct training of more junior members of the Transactional Services Center; • Work beyond scheduled hours as necessary and travel as required; and • Handle additional related projects as necessary. Qualifications: • Law degree and current bar admission in the jurisdiction where the Senior Attorney (Corporate) will sit; • At least 4 years of law firm practitioner experience in M&A, Finance, or General Corporate practice, with experience performing due diligence and drafting corporate-related contracts; • Advanced legal knowledge and practice skills of corporate diligence, including business law principles and M&A issues; • Expert knowledge of the workflows of performing due diligence; • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite applications, specifically Word and Excel; • Advanced proficiency in drafting due diligence reports and related legal transactional documents; • Expert proficiency in the English language, including punctuation, spelling, grammar and writing skills; and • Proficiency in the use of legal technologies, such as Inter/Intra/Extranet technologies and legal research databases.