COUNSEL, Office of the General Counsel (OGC), to provide advice, guidance and assistance on a wide range of legal issues at a complex research university. In particular, we are searching for a lawyer with sophisticated practice expertise in the following areas: gifts, trusts and estates, business and gift tax, finance, and nonprofit organizations. Will report to the Vice President and General Counsel.
REQUIRED: ten or more years in law practice; the ability to organize and manage multiple projects and prioritize competing client needs in an often-changing, cutting-edge environment; grounded judgment but highly flexible thinking; polished communication and diplomacy skills; and the ability to perceive and explain to non-lawyers, the practical application of law and policy in complex situations. The OGC values attorneys who value the mission of MIT and are resourceful, versatile, collegial, and collaborative. Job #14695-R
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