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Top Am100 law firm seeking attorneys to join the firm’s GCSolutions team. Positions are available at all levels of experience for part-time, flex-time and full-time work. GCSolutions is an alternative legal service provider that offers clients cost-effective services staffed by highly qualified attorneys. Positions allow flexible scheduling, work-life balance and the ability to work remotely. GCSolutions attorneys are expected to contribute to team development, but are not expected to build a book of business or make a significant investment of time in firm or client development. Work assignments may include, but are not limited to: • Researching and analyzing general corporate, transactional and regulatory issues; • Reviewing, summarizing and revising contracts, leases and other documents; • Performing transactional due diligence, managing closings and assisting deal teams; • Drafting and reviewing asset and stock purchase agreements, merger agreements and related documents for smaller transactions; • Handling entity formations and preparing organizational documents, bylaws, operating or shareholder agreements, minutes, etc.; • Drafting and negotiating routine contracts and real estate leases, non-disclosure agreements, vendor leases and other commercial agreements; and • Participating in secondments with firm clients.; Candidates must have excellent law school and undergraduate academic credentials as well as strong writing and analytical skills. The ideal candidate will have firm and/or in-house counsel experience handling corporate and transactional matters. Candidates with backgrounds in Capital Markets (loan transactions) and Commercial Real Estate are encouraged to apply. Candidates must be licensed in the jurisdiction in which they will practice. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and law school transcript. The firm is committed to leadership in attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse workforce of highly talented professionals. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled and Veteran Employer.
This position performs a variety of duties to assist lawyers in the Capital Transaction & Real Estate practice in either Atlanta, Charlotte or New York. The individual will maintain positive contact with clients, observe confidentiality of client matters, and must be a team-oriented paralegal. They must be able to work independently and efficiently in an environment that is heavily computer-based, perform under strict time constraints, and follow established client and team guidelines for case and matter management. Candidates will have the following skills and responsibilities: Draft closing documents, including loan agreements, notes, security deeds and mortgages, estoppel certificates, buy-sell agreements, indemnification agreements, releases, collateral assignment documents, participation agreements, subordination agreements, non-disturbance and attornment agreements, guarantees, leases, financing statements, affidavits, closing memoranda, closing statements, lien waivers, etc. Order and analyze title examinations, review exceptions to titles, prepare necessary documents to correct or clear title Order and analyze surveys, prepare and review legal descriptions Coordinate closing logistics; prepare closing checklists; oversee execution of documents and recordation of appropriate documents; organize complex transactional files Coordinate post-closing follow-up including recording documents, wiring funds, obtaining necessary cancellation documents, organizing and indexing files and overseeing preparation of closing documents binders Perform legal research pertaining to multi-state real estate law practice and procedures, proper form execution and acknowledgement of real estate documents for domestic and out of state properties Prepare and file entity organizational, amendatory, and dissolution/termination documents; prepare and file foreign qualifications and withdrawals Process and track vendor invoices Maintain positive relationships with firm attorneys, co-counsel, clients and vendors Keep accurate time records Observe confidentiality of client matters Ability to work on multiple matters simultaneously and multi-task Requirements: Bachelor’s degree with a 3.5 GPA. Ten (10) previous years of law firm experience in a commercial real estate practice with substantial experience in title and survey Proficiency in MS Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat Professional Positive attitude and strong, concise communication and writing skills. Ability to organize, prioritize, and complete tasks under strict time constraints. Committed team player as the firm as a motivated self-starter Able to work overtime as needed (including the firmekends and holidays), often without advance notice
This firm is looking for smart, imaginative and hard-working people with diverse backgrounds, experiences and ideas to join us. Perhaps the firm search for talented visionaries and the firm search for important and impactful work lead to the same place. The Charlotte office is seeking a senior (5+ years) real estate associate or senior real estate counsel. The ideal candidate will have real estate and real estate finance experience, including experience in preparation of loan documents, purchase and sale agreements, title and survey review, leasing, and review of project and transaction diligence and preparation of supporting memoranda. Experience with real estate joint ventures or the real estate aspects of solar and other energy projects is a plus. The Real Estate practice is a broad practice focusing on real estate lenders, investors, and developers, and the candidate will be required to draft financing documents, purchase and sale agreements, leases, and development documents. Candidates must be self-starters who possess the ability to work independently and as part of a team. The firm require strong academic credentials, excellent communication skills, and a time and energy commitment to providing the highest quality client service. Candidates will work closely with experienced lawyers who will provide active mentoring and opportunities to assume increasing levels of responsibility and client contact. THE FIRM is a fully integrated global law firm with approximately 2,000 lawyers across five continents. The firm has experienced dramatic growth in the past decade and now rank among the largest U.S. based law firms in the world. The firm take pride in constantly striving for innovation, imagination and an entrepreneurial spirit. We come up with big ideas and then roll up the firm sleeves to get the job done, guiding the firm clients through their most complex issues in a variety of industry sectors and across multiple regions of the world. The industry recognition the firm has garnered in the past five years emanates from the foundation of a global community aligned on behalf of the firm clients. The people are committed to working together to create a legacy for each other, the firm, the firm clients, and the communities in which the firm serve. The firm thrive in an inclusive and socially conscious environment that embraces diversity and takes a holistic approach to the career evolution of all the firm professionals. The firm offers a dynamic work environment and excellent benefits. The Firm is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of the Firm that employment decisions shall be based on merit, qualifications and competence. Employment practices shall not be influenced or affected by virtue of a person’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, military status or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. This policy governs all aspects of employment including, without limitation, recruiting, hiring, compensation, benefits, promotion, assignment and dismissal. In addition, it is the Firm’s policy to provide an environment that is free of unlawful harassment of any kind including, without limitation, that which is sexual, racial, age-related, disability-related or ethnic background-related.
The firm's Charlotte office is seeking a real estate associate with 2-4 years experience. Prior big firm experience a plus. Candidates must have excellent academic credentials, superior writing ability, maturity, and good communication skills. Candidates must be good standing with a state bar, with preference for North Carolina.
A top Am Law 100 firm, is seeking a highly motivated, well qualified junior to mid-level associate (two– ten years) to join our nationally recognized Real Estate practice in Atlanta, Charlotte, Miami or New York offices. The ideal candidate will have experience in the following: Commercial real estate finance, lender representation. Excellent written and communication skills, superior analytical skills and the ability to manage client expectations. Strong work ethic and ability to manage multiple priorities and assume a high degree of responsibility. This is a global law firm with 32 offices in 11 countries, and a platform of 1,400 lawyers, placing it among the largest in the world. The firm is known for its relationship-driven, collaborative culture, diverse legal experience, and industry-shaping innovation and offers clients one of the most active employee benefits, M&A, real estate, financial services, litigation and corporate risk practices in the world. Mansfield Certified Plus firm for 2019 Signee to United Nations’ Global LGBTQ* Standard of Conduct for Business Qualified candidates should enter and confirm your email address above, and select “Submit” to complete the online application process. Please be sure to upload a cover letter, resume, writing sample and law school transcript.
Charlotte Office of seeks a highly qualified real estate attorney with at least three years of extensive experience in dispositions, acquisitions and financings of commercial real property. Candidates should be interested in joining and actively contributing to a dynamic department handling a broad range of matters for a diversified client base. Excellent academic credentials, as well as high level analytic, verbal and written communication skills required. Admission to the North Carolina Bar is required. As one of the largest real estate practices in the United States, the National real estate group of more than 130 attorneys has helped clients close some of the most notable transactions over the last several years, and is recognized for bringing creative structures to sophisticated commercial real estate matters and helping our clients achieve their goals. This real estate practice has a tremendous breadth of expertise and is routinely recognized within the industry, praised for being “fully attuned to the needs of the client” by Legal 500. Legal 500 has also recognized this real estate practice as a national leader in the real estate industry for eight consecutive years (2011 - 2018). Commercial Property Executive and Multi-Housing News ranked this firm among the top 15 most powerful real estate practices in the nation, and in 2018, the Best Lawyers in America named 22 of this firm's real estate attorneys as leaders in the field.
Paralegal will work independently to assist lawyers on the FRE team Job Description ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Assists with closings, including creating signature pages and final documents, and prepares closing binders. Prepares initial drafts of documents. Prepares and maintains deal checklists. Prepares certificates for filing with DTC. Works on Offering Documents, including, but not limited to formatting and editing documents independently. Prepares and manages filings with the SEC and other agencies. Performance of UCC/Lien searches and review and summary charting of results of same. Preparation and filing of UCC filings (including alternate types of filings [e.g., PMSIs]) and review of filings prepared by others. Maintain proficiency with UCC via seminar attendance and monitoring of Code revisions. Maintains large deal files and assists with matter management. Assists with specific client needs, e.g. electronic document submission. Assists with miscellaneous projects assigned by FRE practice group management, paralegals and/or attorneys. Practices and fosters an atmosphere of teamwork and cooperation. Performs any and all other duties as necessary and as assigned by your supervisor and/or the attorneys for efficient functioning of the Practice Group, Office and Firm. Additional Job Description QUALIFICATIONS / Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Bachelor's Degree or commensurate experience. Ability to work independently. Ability to work productively and cooperatively with other employees. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to work overtime, when needed. Ability to prioritize and coordinate work. Ability to maintain confidential information. Ability to think critically and analytically in a pressured environment. Knowledge of the Firm's Policies and Procedures. Systems Required: MS Office, Interwoven, Workday, Carpe Diem INTERACTIONS AND CHALLENGES The paralegal will interact regularly with Firm attorneys and other members of the FRE Group as well as clients, counsel and outside vendor personnel. The paralegal will work regularly with other Departments such as Mailroom, Communications Department and Duplicating as well as other regional offices. The paralegal will regularly determine work priorities based upon Firm and Department standards. The paralegal will be called upon to solve problems in a fast-paced and highly pressure-filled environment. Location(s)Charlotte Time Type Full time is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination. The Firm prohibits unlawful discrimination in any term or condition of employment against any employee or applicant for employment because of the individual's race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, marital status, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, disability, membership or service in the armed forces, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Top AMLaw seeks a mid-level associate attorney for its Real Estate practice group in Charlotte. Qualified candidates will have superior academic credentials and a minimum of three years’ law firm experience in commercial real estate transactions, such as acquisitions, dispositions, development, financing and joint ventures.
Candidate for this position will have an undergraduate degree or a paralegal certificate from an ABA approved program with at least 3 to 5 years’ experience. The position is responsible for all aspects of real estate purchase and financing including: Review and interpretation of title documents Drafting opinions of title Review of purchase and sale contracts Drafting of closing statements, deeds, UCC financing statements and other documents needed to close a transaction The person will need to work autonomously and be a part of a team and must be able to prioritize multiple complex projects. This position involves heavy client interaction, which requires good organizational, written and oral communication skills. Candidates must be proficient in all Microsoft applications, Soft Pro and Pro Trust and experience with South Carolina transactions is a plus. Candidates must be proficient in billing time and managing minimum billable hour expectations. We offer a comprehensive and competitive benefit package including medical, dental, life, short term and long term insurance, 401K, profit sharing and parking.
This position will assist attorneys with closing large commercial refinances on behalf of Lenders. Responsibilities: Keep time on daily tasks; Prepare signature pages for loan documents; Assist throughout closing; Compile and review loan closing documents to ensure completeness; Prepare assignment documents from form documents; Assemble binders of all closing documents for delivery to Custodian; Follow up with title companies to obtain recorded documents and policy; Prepare and send out closing binders to Borrower’s Counsel.; Other projects/duties as assigned. Requirements: Candidates must possess two of the following four criteria: (1) Bachelor’s Degree; (2) Paralegal Certificate; (3) CLA Certification; or (4) four or more years of paralegal experience in a law firm or corporate legal department; Knowledge of Microsoft Word 2010 and Microsoft Outlook; Daily use of scanners, PDFs and calendar; Ability to write clear and concise email communications; Self-motivated and resourceful; Ability to multi-task while moving from deal to deal; Excellent organizational skills; Ability to excel in a team-oriented, collaborative and fast-paced environment; Excellent interpersonal skills and a high degree of professionalism; Flexibility for overtime when required.
The Charlotte Office seeks a senior real estate associate or “on track” counsel candidate with substantial, broad experience in dispositions, acquisitions and financings of commercial real property. Experience in drafting and negotiating joint venture agreements is a plus. Candidates should be interested in joining and actively contributing to a dynamic department handling a broad range of matters for a diversified client base. Requires excellent academic credentials, as well as high level analytic, verbal and written communication skills. Admission to the North Carolina Bar is required. As one of the largest real estate practices in the United States, Real estate group of more than 120 attorneys has helped clients close some of the most notable transactions over the last several years, and is recognized for bringing creative structures to sophisticated commercial real estate matters and helping clients achieve their goals. Real estate practice has a tremendous breadth of expertise and is routinely recognized within the industry, praised by Legal 500. Firm is also recognized as a national leader in the real estate industry for eight consecutive years (2011 - 2018). Commercial Property Executive and Multi-Housing News ranked firm among the top 15 most powerful real estate practices in the nation, and in 2018, the Best Lawyers in America named 22 of the firms real estate attorneys as leaders in the field.
Construction law firm is seeking full time construction attorneys with 2-4 years of legal experience in the firm Tampa, Orlando, Tallahassee, Charlotte, and Denver offices. This firm is seeking attorneys in various practice areas including immigration law, worker’s compensation employer defense, and construction law. Construction industry experience is preferred. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and a writing sample. Qualifications: Compensation is commensurate with experience. Benefits include PTO, health, vision & dental insurance, short & long term disability, life insurance, paid holidays, and 401k.
This position will assist Lender’s counsel in title and survey review for large, often complex, commercial loans. Responsibilities: Review title commitments, exception documents and surveys; Review zoning reports; Draft and submit comments to title, survey and zoning; Assist with clearing any title, survey or zoning related issues; Other projects/duties as assigned. Requirements: Candidates must possess two of the following fthe firm criteria: (1) Bachelor’s Degree; (2) Paralegal Certificate; (3) CLA Certification; or (4) fthe firm or more years of paralegal experience in a law firm or corporate legal department; Knowledge of ALTA title insurance forms and procedures and of the Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys is required; Familiarity with CMBS title and survey requirements helpful; Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications; Excellent written and oral communication skills; Excellent organizational skills and a strong attention to detail; Ability to excel in a team-oriented, collaborative and fast-paced environment; Excellent interpersonal skills and a high degree of professionalism Flexibility for overtime when required.
The Charlotte office of AM200 firm seeks a mid-level Real Estate & Commercial Finance associate with three or more years of experience handling complex commercial transactions, knowledge of the Uniform Commercial Code, asset-based lending, and experience in documenting secured transactions. This firm is seeking well-motivated candidates with superior academic credentials. Candidates must have also have excellent writing ability, maturity, good communication skills, and be in good standing with the North Carolina Bar.
Review and analyze lease documents, title reports and surveys; facilitate title, survey and zoning reports of subject properties; coordinate with title companies for the recordation of documents; draft memoranda and perform due diligence of real property documents; review / draft legal transaction documents – loan documents, ancillary documents, UCCs; provide analysis of documents and prepare concise summaries of issues of law; general correspondence with lawyers and clients; maintain inventory of closing documents sent and received; manage closing checklists, post-closing obligations for filing recordable documents; consult with clients on issues that arise in drafting / negotiation of deal documents; and legal research.
The Charlotte office of an AM50 firm is seeking an Associate Attorney for its Real Estate Finance practice group with 3-5 years of experience. A strong academic background and excellent writing and communication skills are required. Prior large law firm experience in a real estate and/or finance practice group, with a focus on lender representation, is strongly preferred. Must be admitted to practice in North Carolina or have the ability to waive in to the state. Immediately transferable skills are essential. The firm offers a positive work environment in a growing and dynamic office, opportunities for advancement within the firm and a comprehensive benefit package.