Average Senior Attorney with Contract Negotiation Skills Salary in Dallas, Texas

$178,039
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$26,250
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The average salary for a Senior Attorney with Contract Negotiation skills in Dallas, Texas is $178,039.
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Job Description for Senior Attorney

Senior Attorney Tasks
  • Advise clients in business transactions, claim liability, advisability of prosecuting or defending lawsuits or legal rights and obligations.
  • Select jurors, argue motions, meet with judges, and question witnesses during the course of a trial.
  • Analyze and interpret laws, rulings, and regulations with probable case outcomes for individuals and businesses.
  • Represent clients in court or before government agencies, present and summarize cases to judges and juries.
  • Gather evidence to formulate defense or to initiate legal actions; evaluate findings and develop strategies and arguments for presentation of cases.

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Employees with Senior Attorney in their job title in Seattle, Washington earn an average of 8.1% more than the national average. The lowest salaries can be found in Atlanta, Georgia (23.3% less), Houston, Texas (23.1% less) and Chicago, Illinois (21.4% less).