Special Counsel is recruiting a Senior Finance Paralegal for the Chicago Office of a global law firm. The Senior Finance Paralegal will perform a range of substantive case, matter, or entity-related duties by supporting efforts between attorneys, clients, outside legal counsel, opposing legal counsel, and other parties. Competitive salary and benefits package.
Developing, monitoring, and updating closing and other books and other documents.
Researching, preparing, and filing legal UCC Financing Statements, Articles of Incorporation/Organization, annual reports
Managing data rooms, and matter files
Coordinating execution and delivery of documentation to other parties’ counsel, lenders, governmental agencies, etc., including all closing documentation
Develop, monitor, and update closing and other checklists
Bachelor's degree and/or Paralegal Certificate
6 years’ Paralegal experience supporting a Finance practice group in a law firm or professional services environment
Experience preparing and filing a variety of corporate legal documents (Articles of Incorporation/Organization, Amendments, state qualifications, consents, merger documents, closing books, electronic closing sets, initial drafts or certificates, short-form closing deliverables, and filing annual reports)
Experience managing data rooms and matter files on document management systems
Detail-oriented and self-motivated
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
Strong attention to detail and ability to handle large volumes of work
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