Staff Attorney

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MOREgroup is a family of architecture, design and engineering brands. We represent over 700 employees in 22 offices throughout 12 states. Our Family of Brands offer expertise in the areas of education, healthcare and health science + technology, public architecture and engineering. Each brand contributes to a holistic network of services, expertise and innovation that is shared across markets. We are seeking qualified candidates for a Staff Attorney opening to join our legal team, focusing on providing general corporate and contracts support to MOREgroup and our practice areas.

The Staff Attorney will be responsible for conducting day-to-day contract reviews, vendor agreements, leases, assisting with corporate documentation, licensing, regulatory compliance, drafting legal documents, overseeing litigation, and handling subpoenas and discovery requests.



  • Commercial contract reviews, drafting and negotiations including MSAs, commercial agreements, professional services agreements, leases and other corporate documents.
  • Review, negotiate, approve contracts, licenses, policies, correspondence and other documents related to business.
  • Assist with acquisition due diligence and other M&A activities.
  • Support corporate divisions with drafting and negotiating wide range of legal related communications, correspondence and documents for professional services for engineering and architectural services.
  • Collaborate with and support senior operations, administration, finance, human resources and leadership teams.
  • Monitor litigation and legal matters for the Company under the direction of the Chief Legal Officer.
  • Supervising and coordination outside legal counsel and advisors
  • Assist with risk management training and risk evaluation for business teams.
  • Analyze complex commercial/business concepts and identify legal issues and related risk: provide prompt clear legal analysis and solutions.


  • 2-5 years of legal practice in general corporate law/commercial contracts or real estate experience
  • Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an accredited law school
  • Admission to the state bar association
  • Strong understanding of legal principles and procedures
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively
  • Previous experience with corporate and contract law is a plus