Job Offer Letter For Corporate Attorney

From

(Sender’s name)

(Sender’s address)

To,

(Recipient’s name)

(Recipient’s address)

(Date)

Dear Sir/Ma’am,

Subject: Job offer letter for the position of Corporate Attorney.

Congratulations! Your resume was extremely liked by our company [state the company’s or organization’s name] and we would like to appoint you as a Corporate Attorney. Your interview held on [state the date] left a great impression on us and we would be glad to have you onboard, your answers were out of the box and the way you carried yourself had an impact on us. You seem to be like a great person who can handle the responsibilities thrown your way.

You will have to create legal documents for trial and court purposes, establish new business partnerships with clients and subcontractors, during legal proceedings you will have to represent the company, design the policies of the company, see that the company does not encounter any risks or violations, examine new products and services introduced in the company and make deals by negotiating on behalf of the company.

Your first salary will sum up to [state the amount], which will increase gradually based upon how your proceedings go, you will receive this amount by the end of every month through [state the mode] mode. Along with this, you will also be provided with [state the benefits provided by the company] and you will also receive a cell phone and a laptop which you must keep for business purposes alone.

Note that your contract with the company can be terminated if the term expires and you will be asked to terminate your position.

If you are interested in working for us, please send in a signed letter by [state the date] and we will inform you of the joining date. You can keep a copy of this letter for future reference.

For queries and doubts contact us at [state the address] or call us on [state the number].

Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,

(Name in capital)

(Sender’s handwritten signature)

(Date)

(Designation in the company)

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