Bio Technology Company Seeking Part-Time Corporate Counsel

Position Summary

Working under the direction of the General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, this attorney will support all aspects of the business, which may include contract drafting and review, advising on general areas of risk, providing solutions that balance risks in achieving strategic goals.  Contract review will be approximately 50-60% of responsibilities; general legal (products liability, labor and employment, acquisitions and divestitures, corporate registration/licensing compliance) remaining portion. Part time role, may become a full-time position as business grows.  

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Perform tasks as assigned; likely to include: draft, review, edit common agreements (e.g. NDAs, 1099 independent contractor, sales and distribution, material transfer, license, inventions and non-compete, separation pay and release, lease)  
  • Work with business leaders throughout the organization to understand needs and how to support from legal/compliance perspective.  
  • Support projects that may commonly arise for a corporation: requires independent decision-making balanced with keeping key stakeholders informed.   

Position Expertise/Qualifications: 

  • Admitted to practice law in at least one state; graduate of an ABA-approved law school.  
  • In-house Life sciences experience is most preferred; Healthcare-related commercial experience and/or in-house experience is also preferred. 
  • 6+ years of relevant lawyer experience
  • 5 years of office work involving customer service or technology


  • Bachelors Degree; JD Degree in Life Sciences or related field 

Skills & Abilities

MS Office,  legal research,  organization skills are critical to understand tasks assigned, deliverables expected, due dates, timely and relevant communication up and across an organization. Positive attitude towards a goal of quality, recognizing that rework will decrease and quality will improve throughout the 10-week experience.

ADA Statement

Candidates who cannot perform one or more of these requirements due to disability will be eligible for consideration based on whether the candidate can perform the essential functions of the position with a reasonable accommodation.

See website for details.

Kelley Kronenberg Seeking Recent Barred Graduates

Kelley Kronenberg is seeking attorneys who passed the February 2022 Bar exam and who have an interest in First Party Property Litigation. Candidates may be located anywhere in the State.

The firm’s Law Klinic starts in October (and will also be open to the July Bar takers). This is the firm’s 2nd year running this program and it has been extremely successful. It is a 10-week intensive training program in to the area of First Party and led by some of top FPP Attorneys in the firm. Please see the informational flyer above.

Candidates may apply online or they may send their resumes directly to Caroline B. Cimei, Esq., Director of Talent Acquisition, for consideration.

Foley & Lardner, LLP Seeks Litigation Staff Attorneys – Tampa, FL

Foley & Lardner LLP is seeking two attorneys with 2 to 5 years of litigation experience to join the Litigation Department in our Tampa office as staff attorneys. These are full time, non-partner track positions supporting our Construction Practice Group. The attorneys in these positions will be responsible for a high volume of matters and must be confident in their autonomy. Many of the cases proceed in arbitration rather than in circuit court, so the positions require individuals who are self-motivated and stay focused in the office setting.

Our ideal candidates will have very strong legal research and writing skills and will have conducted discovery, drafted motions, argued one or more motions in court, have some deposition experience, and some trial experience. Experience in mediation, arbitration, and litigation of insurance claims, construction and design defect claims, and related matters is strongly preferred. Proven track record in settling cases.

Strong organizational and time management skills required. Prior experience managing a team of paralegals and support staff preferred.

We are seeking highly motivated attorneys, who are eager to learn and gain valuable experience while supporting attorneys in our Tampa office.

To be considered, candidates must hold a JD from an ABA-approved law school and be in good standing and an active member of the Florida Bar. Current judicial clerks need to apply directly and may not be submitted by a legal recruiter.

Interested applicants should visit our Career Center to submit a resume, law school transcript, and a writing sample.

Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/Vet/Disabled. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without consideration to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, protected veteran status, marital status, domestic partner status or medical condition. For applicants applying to our California offices, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records pursuant to local ordinances.


To apply, please visit Foley Lardner’s Career Center or Symplicity Job Posting ID#32853.

Tau Property Partners in Miami Beach, FL is Seeking a Vice President of Legal

Tau Property Partners is an affiliate of the Tau Capital Group, an investor-operator specializing in the development of mineral and real estate assets in emerging markets. As part of a multi-generational organization, Tau Property Partners was established for the purpose of acquiring, managing, and operating assets for the Tau Capital Group’s portfolio. The Tau Capital Group has been in operation since 1997 and focuses on projects that need to cross the chasm from conceptual to project completion.

 Our team has extensive international experience, and Tau Property Partners works seamlessly with all stakeholders and external legal counsel to cost-effectively deliver on the legal aspects of our projects.

We are seeking candidates licensed to practice law, and an LL.M. in International Law, or LL.M. in Real Property Development is an added benefit. Fluent Spanish speaker required. Minimum 3 years experience with commercial transactions and contract work. Preferred industries include mining, infrastructure, and/or real estate.

 Qualified candidates please submit your cover letter and resume via e-mail for consideration.

For information about the company please visit Tau Property Partners and Tau Capital.

See Symplicity Job Posting#32656 to apply or view details.

HLSA Spring Panel: Match Day–Litigation vs. Transactional on Thursday, March 31, 2022

The Hispanic Law Students Association (HLSA) invites you to register and join us for its upcoming panel Match Day—Litigation v. Transactional. The panel will be held in person at the Shalala Center combined rooms 304 & 306 on Thursday, March 31, 2022, at 6:30 pm. Our five distinguished panelists will share their experience in litigation (civil & criminal) vs. transactional practice. After the panel, we will have a networking reception with the panelists, moderators, and other attorneys. Please register here for the panel. 

Our distinguished panelists are: 


  • Judge Elijah Levitt, Eleventh Judicial Circuit 
  • Judge Carlos Gamez, Eleventh Judicial Circuit 


  • Carlos Martinez, Public Defender for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit 
  • Annie Gamez, Partner at Holland & Knight 


  • Sandra Ferrer, Partner at Day Pitney 
  • Professor Ines Bahachille, Adjunct Professor & Chief Counsel for Mondelez International 





Christina Daniels-King is an attorney in the National Office of IRS Office of Chief Counsel. Christina works primarily on drafting international tax regulations and other published taxpayer guidance. Christina joined ACCI through the IRS Honors Program in 2019. Before joining Chief Counsel, she earned her LL.M. in Taxation (with Distinction) in 2019 from Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. (summa cum laude) in 2018 from Thurgood Marshall School of Law, and B.A. in 2015 from Baylor University.

Jackie Zumaeta is the Assistant Chief Counsel of the Tax Administration and Procedure Bureau at the Franchise Tax Board. Ms. Zumaeta earned her JD and LLM in Taxation at the University of San Diego School of Law, where she participated in the Tax Appeals Assistance Program and fell in love with tax.

After finishing school, Ms. Zumaeta started her career at the Franchise Tax Board and was eventually selected to serve as the franchise and income tax liaison to the Chair of the Board of Equalization for two years. Ms. Zumaeta served as a manager at PwC before leaving to become the first Assistant Chief Counsel at the newly formed Office of Tax Appeals in December of 2017. In July 2019, Ms. Zumaeta returned to FTB in her current role.

Sophia Yan is an Attorney Advisor at the Tax Law Center at NYU Law, a nonprofit that seeks to improve the equity and integrity of the tax system through rigorous, high-impact legal work in the public interest. Her work at the Tax Law Center has focused on information reporting, the intersection of financial accounting and tax, and domestic corporate taxation.

Previously, she was a tax associate at Skadden Arps in Washington, D.C. and worked for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. She holds a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. in Public Policy, with honors, from the University of Chicago.

Darianne De Leon is a Judicial Law Clerk at the U.S. Tax Court. She graduated from American University Washington College of Law in 2020 and completed her LL.M. in Taxation at Georgetown University of Law in 2021. During law school, Darianne served as a Student Attorney in the Janet Spragens Federal Income Tax Clinic, handling tax controversy matters, and worked in several law firms. Darianne was born in Trinidad and Tobago and raised in New York City.

RSVP Here (RegistrationRequired).

For any questions or concerns, contact Brittany Johnson.

The ACLU of Florida, Greater Miami Chapter, Presents “Voting Rights In Florida” Virtual Zoom Forum on March 24, 2022!

Event: The ACLU of Florida Greater Miami Chapter presents “Voting Rights In Florida” virtual Zoom Forum

Date/Time: Thursday – March 24 from 7pm – 8:30pm 

Description:  The ACLU of Florida Greater Miami Chapter proudly presents an esteemed panel of voting and civil rights experts for a discussion on what voting will look like this election year. During this discussion, panelists will cover the latest voting restrictions in Florida and throughout the country, how your right to vote may be impacted by these new restrictions, and what is being done to defend your voting rights.

Moderator: Kristofer Hernandez, Attorney, ACLU of Florida Greater Miami Chapter board member


  • Caren Short: interim deputy legal director, Southern Poverty Law Center
  • Zara Haq: senior campaign strategist, ACLU
  • Marisol Zenteno: 1st vice president of the League of Women Voters of Florida, and adjunct professor – FIU
  • Dr. Sean D. Foreman: professor of political science and chair of the Department of History and Political Science, Barry University


Please register in advance for the webinar. After registering, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing info about joining.

Please Join Us! How She Gets It Done – A Conversation With Cadwalader’s Women Partners – Tuesday, March 29, 2022

You’re Invited

How She Gets It Done – A Conversation With Cadwalader’s Women Partners

In celebration of Women’s History Month, please join Cadwalader’s Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) for an engaging conversation with four Cadwalader women partners Cheryl Barnes, Holly Chamberlain, Erica Hogan and Anne Tompkins. Our panelists will share details about their career, path to partnership, advice on how to find meaningful mentors, and tips for future career success.


Tuesday, March 29, 2022

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT

You will receive a confirmation email with the link to the Zoom Webinar following registration.

For more information about this event, please contact Taylor Nikola.

NAPABA 2022 2L Liberty Mutual Summer Law Clerk Program

The National Asian Pacific Bar Association is pleased to partner with The Liberty Mutual Insurance Group Legal Department to provide an exciting opportunity for one enthusiastic 2L law student who is interested in making an immediate and valued contribution. As a Law Clerk you will provide technical support to staff litigation attorneys, perform legal research and assist in drafting and filing legal trial documents. NAPABA and Liberty Mutual will select one Law Clerk for one of Liberty’s 60+ litigation office a 10 to 12-week summer clerkship offering competitive pay. Due to COVID, this position may be remote where Liberty’s Field Legal operation has thrived with technology and innovation, promising to make a remote clerkship opportunity robust and meaningful.   

Deadline: March 1, 2022, 5:00 pm ET

View website to apply.

All Law Students Returning for Fall Semester 2022: 2022 Loyola Patent Law Interview Program

Loyola University Chicago School of Law is hosting the 2022 Patent Law Interview Program on Thursday and Friday, July 21-22.  This nationwide interview program targets patent law employers and rising 2L and 3L students. The 2022 Patent Law Interview Program will be held IN PERSON* at the Embassy Suites Chicago – Downtown/Lakefront and remotely.  To accommodate employer demand, we have decided to add a day of virtual interviews to the program. In person interviews will still take place on Thursday and Friday, July 21-22, and virtual interviews will now take place on Monday, July 25.

Last year roughly 150 employers, 190 law schools, and 1,300 law students from across the country participated in the program.  The program is entirely pre-selected, which means that students submit application materials to apply to interviews with the employers they are interested in, and employers then review their materials and select the students they wish to interview at the program. Last year, approximately half of the participating students were selected for interviews.

Students with undergraduate or graduate degrees in engineering or a technical science should consider registering for the program.  You do not need to be patent bar eligible to register, although the vast majority of employers participating in the program are seeking patent bar eligible students.

For more information on the program, please refer to the Loyola Patent Program website.

Online student registration for this year’s Patent Law Interview Program will begin on Tuesday, February 22 and close on Monday, March 21.

Students can register here.

At this stage of registration, you will only need to enter some basic information (you will upload your resume and bid on interviews later in the semester). 

There is a non-refundable $40 dollar registration fee that you must pay by credit card to complete your online registration. Please have your credit card ready when you register. Miami Law will reimburse your registration fee.  Please email proof of payment to Brenda Louard in the CDO.  

Once you have registered, the program staff will communicate with you directly via email to the address that you entered when registering for the program. Please direct any questions about the program to the Patent Program Liaison in our office, Karren Warren.

*Should Loyola or the City of Chicago change its COVID guidelines to require a remote program, we will notify you of any changes. The program will follow the safety protocols required by Loyola University Chicago for off-campus events: Loyola Health and Safety Information.