Corporate Paralegal - TD Garden/Boston Bruins/Delaware North (Boston, MA)
Provide paralegal support to lawyers within the Delaware North Law Department by preparing commercial agreements and documents for review, conducting legal research, handling filing of documents with government agencies, assisting with various functions relating to the administration of legal records including maintenance of corporate secretarial database and corporate structure, assisting in corporate financing and real estate transactions, assisting with contracts/procurement, organizing documents, and assisting with the corporate record retention policy.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
Draft agreements, resolutions and other legal documents for attorney review.
Maintain contract, corporate governance, licensing and other regulatory compliance files, including organizing and indexing of files.
Prepare filings, track licensing, and provide other licensing support. Act as liaison with designated outside counsel and paralegal staffs.
Assist in due diligence activities and coordination of closing deliveries for transactions.
Perform legal and other research as needed.
Assist with updating and otherwise maintaining corporate entities and subsidiaries with attorney supervision.
Prepare and maintain minute books and corporate resolutions.
Assist with documentation for real estate development and operation of facilities with attorney supervision, including preparing documentation, coordinating with outside lending institutions and tracking outstanding loans.
Assist with administration of the corporate record retention policy.
Undergraduate university degree, with a minimum of three years previous corporate paralegal experience in law office or an organization legal department required.
Excellent skills in analytical thinking, specifically, ability to identify and define problems, collect data, establish facts and develop substantiated conclusions.
Ability to manage multiple projects that require interaction with a variety of departments and types of information.
Attention to detail and accuracy critical.
Ability to work effectively under multiple time deadlines.
Ability to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner and analyze information skillfully with minimal supervision.
Maintains confidentiality in all matters.
Ability to express facts and ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Intermediate to advanced computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite (i.e. Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint) and online research (required), and Lexis-Nexis or Westlaw research (preferred).
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; listens and gets clarification.
Knowledge of the principles, methods, materials and practices of general research (required) and legal research (preferred).
Takes independent actions and calculated risks; Asks for and offers help when needed.
When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:
1. Do you have a least 3 years of Corporate Paralegal experience? Y/N