One of the world’s largest and most profitable international law firms, with offices in every major business center globally, seeks an experienced (5+ years) Corporate Paralegal in any of our US office locations, primarily: Los Angeles, Kansas City, Atlanta, or Washington, DC.
8-4 or 9-5 with paid overtime and a hybrid work model of 2 days (Tuesdays & Wednesdays) a week in the office.
The firm is paying up to $80,000 – $110,000 with a bonus.
1500 billable hours requirement annually
Bring your incredible Corporate Paralegal skills to the award-winning firm and work with some of the industry’s finest local and national Corporate Practitioners. This position will report to the Manager, Paralegal Services, and the Paralegal Services Administrator.
Prepare drafts of bond resolutions and ordinances and coordinate financing schedules with clients.
Draft initial forms of indentures of trust, loan agreements, bond purchase agreements, bonds, IRS Forms, official statements, UCC financing statements, and related closing certificates and papers
Review and proofread legal documents, contracts, and agreements to ensure consistency and defined terms are used correctly.
Assist with closings of public finance transactions and preparation of closing binders.
Research Blue Sky issues and prepare required filings.
Handle corporate and securities filings, including but not limited to Form D filings.
File UCC financing statements and record real estate and other documents with courts, governmental entities, or organizations.
Prepare execution copies of documents for clients and coordinate obtaining signatures from clients; attend client meetings away from the office to assist with the execution of documents.
Research public finance-related issues of law and research local legislation updates for local governmental entities
Research economic and demographic information for incorporation in official statements. Research and summarize general financial information and tax information related to local governmental entities and corporations
Review officer’s certificates, resolutions, organizational documents, and other due diligence materials
Conduct due diligence reviews
Conduct general research and handle matters relevant to clients, with expertise in corporate formation (for-profit, non-profit, limited liability), non-profit solicitations, and fund-raising and political activities
Other duties may be required to meet the requirements of this position entirely.
Experience & Qualifications
Bachelor’s or Associates Degree required or Paralegal Certificate and equivalent experience
A minimum of 5 years of corporate experience is required to provide exceptionally high-quality service.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, PDF creation tool(s), document management software, Intapp or other timekeeping software, and Internet required
Excellent client service, ability to work overtime and travel as needed
The firm offers unsurpassed benefits, including health, dental, vision, life, LTD, STD, parental leave, Profit Sharing, 401k and many other perks, 20 days PTO, learning, growth, and substantive work.