Special Counsel is seeking a Corporate Paralegal that will contribute your expertise to performing legal tasks and providing various administrative support to attorneys and other supervising paralegals. Your responsibilities as a Paralegal will include coordinating work for basic cases or transactions with the assistance of support departments, secretaries and project assistants. Prepares basic legal documents, retrieves documents from internal or public sources and maintains the integrity of case or transactional files while accomplishing these and other critical functions:
- Coordinating the work of support departments, secretaries and project assistants to retrieve, assembling and/or organizing documents for review by supervisors
- Preparing specified forms, letters or other legal documents
- Obtaining documents and certificates from local or federal courts and state agencies
- Conducting basic searches and creating reports in databases or other document repositories
- Proofreading and preparing documents for submission to courts or agencies
- Maintaining the integrity of the case or transactional documents generated throughout the duration of a case or transaction
- Completing special projects on various issues as assigned
As a Corporate Paralegal, you will be expected to apply your organizational and communication skills while displaying a positive, high-energy attitude. The successful Corporate Paralegal must have previous general corporate experience, and familiarity with capitalization tables and stock ledgers, as well as processing option exercises. The ideal candidate will have proficient knowledge of applications typically used in a legal office environment, such as billing software and databases, and internet searching skills. Knowledge of MS Office applications, specifically MS Word, MS Excel and MS Outlook is desired. The successful candidate will display strong attention to detail, as well as developed professional interpersonal skills, along with the ability to interact effectively with people at all organizational levels of the Firm. The ability to work in a team environment with a customer service focus is also desired.
A Bachelor's degree or paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved program is required. Entry level through five (5) years of related law firm experience, preferably as a Paralegal is desired.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Boston, Massachusetts, United States