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AmLaw 100 Los Angeles office seeking an experienced defense real estate/public agency paralegal with prior experience with purchase and sale agreements, leases and public agencies. Must have large document multi-party case management experience, including e-Discovery and data base management. Must be a team player but also able to work independently. Strong organizational and billing skills also required. Fast-pace, team oriented, stimulating environment. Candidates should submit a resume, writing sample, and cover letter.


PPP 1503000 | Revenue 530636000 | Total Attorney 664 | Partners 295 | Counsel 103 | Associates 200 | Partner:Associate 1.5:1 | M:F Ratio 1.8:1 | Real Estate 115

A global law firm currently has an excellent full time employment opportunity for a Real Estate Paralegal in our Westchester County office. We offer competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package. Position Summary: The Westchester County office is seeking an entry level and recent college graduate paralegal to join its Real Estate team. The real estate paralegal will provide organizational and practice specific assistance to attorneys in the Real Estate Department in all stages of real estate transactions. Duties & Responsibilities: Assist with transactions from contract/loan commitment to post closing. Prepare documents for real estate closings. Preparing corporate organizational documents and organizational charts. Prepare and file UCC filings. Assist with and organize due diligence materials. Conduct research. Review, redline and proofread documents. Prepare and track files and maintain calendars and deadlines. Prepare and timely submit timekeeping reports. Prepare real estate closing binders. Perform day to day general paralegal duties. Skills & Competencies: The ideal candidate will be an analytical self-starter and have the ability to take ownership of projects with limited supervision. Candidates must have excellent attention to detail, must have the ability to multi-task, and work well under pressure to meet deadlines. Candidates must have strong interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills. Flexible to work overtime as-needed, have a positive attitude and the ability to work as part of a team. Proficiency with Windows-based software and Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Qualifications & Prior Experience: Position requirements include a Bachelor’s degree. Candidate should have some experience in an office environment. This firm is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. It has been, and continues to be our goal, to foster a well-balanced workforce that contains a significant presence of minorities and women. This global law firm, currently has an excellent full time employment opportunity for a Real Estate Paralegal in our Westchester County office. We offer competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package.


PPP 1750000 | Revenue 1556740000 | Total Attorney 2107 | Partners 922 | Counsel 181 | Associates 558 | Partner:Associate 1.7:1 | M:F Ratio 1.9:1 | Real Estate 288

AM Law 100 firm seeking a senior-level Real Estate Paralegal with experience in commercial real estate development and finance transactions to join a sophisticated commercial real estate practice in the Baltimore office. This high performing and detail-oriented individual will assist attorneys with major commercial real estate transactions, including the preparation and negotiation of loan documents, review of title, survey and other due diligence, organization of pre- and post-closing documents, and management of transactions and closings. Required Skills: This position requires a demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including excellent technical writing skills, are essential. Must be able to work independently, as well as with a team and with clients. Intermediate-level skills working with Microsoft Office applications, document management systems and time-keeping software are necessary. Must be able to work overtime when needed. Required Experience: A college degree and 5+ years commercial real estate experience with a firm, title company, mortgage company or other related entity is required. Job Location Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Position Type Full-Time/Regular.



Seeking Paralegal to assist attorneys and practice group in various types of legal matters and provide assistance in preparing legal documents; research and compile data; prepare drafts of documents; maintain responsibility for files, calendars and meetings, etc. Key Responsibilities Include: Gather, organize, summarize and index documents from various sources, Attendance at and participation in meetings and/or closings, Preparation of documents and correspondence, Special projects and additional duties as assigned. Qualifications: Entry level or 1-3 years experience in related area. Land Use planner/experience required. Litigation skills a plus. Paralegal certificate not necessary, but paralegal experience/training required. Organizational skills to work independently and meet deadlines in an atmosphere of frequent interruptions. Organizational skills to maintain daily accounting of time records and input timesheets into the system directly. Communication skills to interact with all levels of internal staff, attorneys and management and external clients of the firm. Analytical and critical thinking skills sufficient to make decisions regarding daily work. Time management skills to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately. Minimum Education: Bachelors Degree, Paralegal Certification a plus. The firm is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action-Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability status, age, marital status, protected veteran or any other protected class.



Top AmLaw 50 firm has an opening for an experienced paralegal in the Real Estate Finance Practice Group. Previous experience in Real Estate Finance and other transactional work is required. Candidates must possess two of the following four criteria: (1) Bachelor’s Degree; (2) Paralegal Certificate; (3) CLA Certification; or (4) four years of paralegal experience in a law firm or corporate legal department. Position requires a highly organized, self-motivated individual who possesses excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and enjoys a team-oriented working environment.


PPP 735000 | Revenue 221026000 | Total Attorney 386 | Partners 206 | Counsel 61 | Associates 105 | Partner:Associate 2:1 | M:F Ratio 2:1 | Real Estate 42

Firm with an immediate opening in the Greenville office for a part-time, experienced commercial real estate paralegal. This position offers a flexible work schedule of approximately 25 hours per week. Knowledge of all aspects of title insurance and surveys for commercial real estate closings is required. Day-to-day responsibilities will include reviewing title exceptions, coordinating due diligence activities, review and preparation of sale and loan documents, research of corporate and UCC filings, preparing closing checklists and scheduling transaction progress, general internet research, completing general post-closing items and binders, and overall support to commercial real estate/lending/land use group. A two-year degree in paralegal studies or NALA certification and a minimum of 2 years of applicable experience is required. A Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of experience as a commercial real estate paralegal is preferred. Attention to detail and proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook are required. EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled. Burr & Forman is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to recruiting, hiring, developing, and promoting lawyers and staff without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, military and protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, transgender status, sex stereotyping, or disability. See Burr & Forman’s Diversity Statement & Equal Employment Opportunity Policy. Committed to providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please contact and let us know the nature of your request



Seeking a full-time Commercial Real Estate Paralegal to work in its Raleigh, North Carolina office. Experience needed: Recent paralegal graduate with a concentration in real estate; or Residential real estate paralegal looking to transition to commercial real estate practice; or Legal Practice Assistant with title and real estate closing experience looking for a growth opportunity. Candidates should have the following skills and/or attributes: Familiar with basic real estate title and closing procedures, Familiar with title searching Proficient in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.), Able to multi-task, display initiative and produce an excellent work product, Well organized Personable and confident, Good written and oral communication skills, Attentive to detail and deadlines, Able to handle a fast-paced environment with extensive multi-tasking, Strong work ethic. Please send resume. An Am Law 200 firm with more than 200 professionals in eight offices providing regional capabilities with international strengths.



Suburban Maryland law firm seeks an entry level paralegal to assist with local and national commercial real estate transactions. Duties include reviewing letters of intent, contracts, and loan commitments; drafting closing transaction agendas, organizational consents, opinion letters, and closing documents; conducting due diligence tasks; examining and analyzing complex title reports, zoning records, and ALTA surveys; and drafting title insurance commitments and policies. College degree or paralegal certificate strongly preferred. Proficiency in MS Word and Outlook required. The successful candidate will be motivated, eager to learn about commercial real estate transactions, and will possess excellent organizational, writing, problem solving, analytical, communication, and client service skills. Strong accounting skills beneficial for preparing settlement statements, balancing escrow accounts, and computing title insurance premiums and transaction costs. Competitive salary/benefits package. Submit resume. An EO/AA/VEV/Disabled Employer.



AmLaw 100 firm seeks a commercial real estate paralegal for its Atlanta office. Responsibilities include: closing documents, including closing statement generation assisting with the drafting of purchase and sale agreement amendments, leases and other transaction documents due diligence reviews of property documents and leases contract administration and management, including reviewing and analyzing contracts and lease documents pre-closing and closing management, including preparing binders reviewing title and survey documents Compensation commensurate with experience. Attractive benefits package. BA/BS degree preferred. 3 -5 years commercial real estate experience in law firm environment preferred. Must have strong writing, communication and interpersonal skills. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled and Veteran Employer.


PPP 1120000 | Revenue 450324000 | Total Attorney 636 | Partners 252 | Counsel 103 | Associates 203 | Partner:Associate 1.2:1 | M:F Ratio 1.6:1 | Real Estate 47

Top AMLaw firm seeks the best and brightest talent to join our Administrative Staff team. Our employees are the future of the company so we invest in their training and development. Our environment embraces and encourages positive-minded professionals who seek to be challenged and acquire knowledge and skills in an atmosphere built on teamwork. Highly skilled and knowledgeable Administrative Staff assist our attorneys in successfully meeting and exceeding client needs and are vital to the overall success of the firm. Responsibilities: Assist Attorneys and Paralegals with their responsibilities and assignments in connection with the real estate and finance transactions. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND/OR ESSENTIALS: Manage day-to-day transaction activity and Attorney requests. Perform due diligence, including review of title, survey, offering plans, appraisals, environmental reports, zoning reports, regulatory agreements, UCC financing statements and related filings, tax searches, judgment and bankruptcy search results, leases, service contracts, and corporate documentation. Draft and prepare legal documents for Attorney review. Draft and edit organizational documents, including operating agreements, certificates of formation, articles of organization, structure charts, consents and certificates. Form, amend, qualify and dissolve business entities as required for transaction strategies. Obtain and review lien searches, as well as prepare UCC financing statements and UCC abstracts/charts. Review titles abstracts and summarize title commitments, exception documents. Prepare title objection letters and coordinate with title companies, surveyors, lenders, borrowers, property owners and outside counsel. Review and summarize leases, appraisals, property condition reports, environmental reports, zoning reports and licenses. Review surveys, plats, legal descriptions for accuracy noting defects, encumbrances, liens, easements, etc. Coordinate resolution of issues with title companies, surveyors, lenders, borrowers and property owners and counsel. Prepare review, and assemble and organize closing documents. Draft and maintain closing checklists. Compile and maintain key contract dates schedule. Maintain ftp sites and manage document collection to ensure all requisite documentation is received an in proper order. Provides overflow assistance to peers/team members within department to further enhance departmental operations; and promotes a positive work and team environment. Maintains time records ensuring accurate and timely release of Intapp entries. Demonstrate proficiency in technical skills consistent with new and existing technology. Assumes other duties and/or assists with special projects as requested by the Paralegal Management. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Minimum of eight (8) years real estate paralegal experience required. Displays expertise in areas of essential functions; understands and applies current information technology, and resources necessary to best achieve work results. Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Ability to work well under pressure and with constant interruptions. Exhibits excellent interpersonal skills in communications in person, by e-mail and telephone and provides information with courtesy and tact; follows instructions effectively from a diverse group of clients, attorneys and staff. Ability to organize and prioritize numerous tasks and complete them under time constraints. Ability to work overtime hours and travel, if needed or requested. EDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONS: College degree, paralegal certificate from an ABA accredited program, or comparable work experience, preferably in a law firm. Firm offers a competitive compensation package comprised of base pay and discretionary year-end bonus for eligible employees. Benefits include, but are not limited to medical, dental, vision, disability coverage, life insurance, flexible spending plan and a 401K plan. The firm also offers generous paid time off and holidays. All decisions affecting employment at the firm are made on the basis of qualification, performance and other pertinent work-related factors, and without discrimination against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, veteran's status, genetic information or any other legally protected status.



Baltimore office of established firm seeking a real estate paralegal with a minimum of 3 years’ experience assisting attorneys with real estate acquisitions, dispositions and financing. Must be able to support and assist all aspects and stages of real estate transactions. Experience to include reviewing and analyzing title and survey documents and preparing initial drafts of real estate closing documents and closing checklists. Must have prior law firm experience in a title and survey review capacity. Excellent benefits. Salary commensurate with experience. Please apply with resume.



Paralegal will work independently to assist lawyers and other paralegals. JOB FUNCTIONS: Manage and organize documents and deal files involving multiple properties. Assist with preparing and finalizing loan documents. Organizes closing binders. Produces closing binders and manages the distribution of the closing binders to clients. Assists with specific client needs, e.g. electronic document submission. Assists with miscellaneous projects assigned by FRE attorneys, paralegals, and/or practice group managers. Practices and fosters an atmosphere of teamwork and cooperation. Perform any and all other duties as necessary for the efficient functioning of the Practice Group, Office and Firm. Perform any and all other duties as necessary and as assigned by your supervisor for efficient functioning of the Practice Group, Office and Firm. The paralegal will regularly determine work priorities based upon Firm and Practice Group standards. The paralegal will be called upon to solve problems in a fast-paced and highly pressure-filled environment. QUALIFICATIONS: A demonstrated ability to work in a professional office setting. Real estate experience preferred. Ability to work independently. Ability to work productively and cooperatively with other employees. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to prioritize and coordinate work. Ability to maintain confidential information. Ability to think critically and analytically in a pressured environment. Equipment: computer, fax machines, duplicating machines. Systems Required: MS Office, IManage, Workday, Carpe Diem, Elite, and Nuance. Location(s) Chicago Time Type Full time. 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.


PPP 990000 | Revenue 1007615000 | Total Attorney 1714 | Partners 522 | Counsel 111 | Associates 394 | Partner:Associate 1.3:1 | M:F Ratio 2:1 | Real Estate 65

AmLaw 100 firm has an immediate opening for a real estate paralegal in its Jackson, MS Office. All candidates must have either a Bachelor’s Degree and/or a paralegal certificate from an ABA approved paralegal program and three to five years of prior commercial real estate experience. Previous experience with either general corporate, public finance, or transactional legal work is also desired, but not required. Some responsibilities include draft and review loan/acquisition documentation; obtain and analysis of due diligence materials, including title/survey/lease reviews; assist with title examination and preparation of title insurance commitments and policies; coordinate and close transactions; and form and file entity documentation. Candidates should possess strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication (oral and written) skills. All applicants should have an aptitude for detail; the ability to work efficiently, and to work under pressure with or without direct supervision. Each candidate must be able to handle multiple projects at the same time and be familiar with computerized databases and on-line services. Candidates must be flexible, have regular attendance and be willing to work overtime if necessary. Must provide minimum authorization to work in the United States. An equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants receive consideration for employment and all employees are treated during employment without regard to race, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, physical or mental disability or veteran status.


PPP 782000 | Revenue 377900000 | Total Attorney 588 | Partners 281 | Counsel 81 | Associates 202 | Partner:Associate 1.4:1 | M:F Ratio 1.3:1 | Real Estate 4

Established firm, voted one of the Best Places to Work in NJ in 2019, is looking for a Real Estate Paralegal to assist with commercial sales and purchases; commercial mortgage loan transactions representing lenders; commercial leases; land use, zoning, and development; and some residential real estate transactions. Applicant should be a self-starter able to work on multiple projects simultaneously with several attorneys.



Prestigious firm is seeking a Real Estate Paralegal to support its commercial real estate practice. The real estate practice is part of the larger practice group and the highly-integrated team provides sophisticated legal advice regarding land use, and construction law. The firm's clients are involved in the most complex and high-profile real estate development projects in the region. Main requirements of this position include: At least 8-10 years of experience with real estate closings, title review, corporate consents, and commercial leasing experience with real estate finance preferred Good judgment and very sharp attention to detail. Ability to work in a high-demand, fast-paced environment and meet short deadlines Flexibility, strong organizational skills and demonstrated success establishing priorities and managing multiple transactions at the same time. Excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills. The firm offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a uniquely collegial working environment and is an equal opportunity employer.



EEO – Protected Veterans/Disability * This firm is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for job applicants with disabilities. A leading global business law firm committed to attracting, developing, and retaining the best people across the firm practice and business service groups. This firm is looking for collaborative, results oriented people who enjoy working in a fast paced environment and have exceptional problem solving skills. If you are a highly talented Sr. Paralegal interested in working closely with attorneys and clients while performing a range of substantive case and client matter related tasks, the firm want to hear from you! The position is located in the New York office. Relocation is available in accordance with the firm’s policy. Paralegals are a critical part of this client service teams, working side by side with lawyers, co-counsel and clients on an array of substantive client matters. The majority of the paralegals are career professionals. They work independently and on teams, locally, nationally and globally. The paralegal team itself includes Case Assistants, Paralegals, Senior Paralegals and Paralegal Specialists and offers ample opportunities for advancement and career development through formal and informal training and mentoring, and provides many opportunities to give back to the firm communities through pro bono work. Minimum Requirements: College degree and/or Paralegal certificate 8 years’ experience supporting a Commercial Real Estate practice group in a law firm environment Mortgage finance experience representing lenders, Title and survey experience, Electronic data room experience, Strong proficiency in Word, Excel and Outlook Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, Strong organizational and attention to detail Preferred Requirements: Large law firm experience, Experience with public/private partnerships, mixed use development and resort development is a plus. What will the firm day look like? You will assist in drafting real estate documents, preparing closing documents, conducting due diligence reviews and coordinating closings as required for commercial real estate transactions. This will include ordering, reviewing and analyzing title commitments, recorded documents and surveys. You will develop, monitor and update closing, and other checklists, for real estate transactions. You will also assist with drafting documents for commercial, resort and mixed use developments, as the firm as draft lease amendments for attorney review. This will require forming L.L.C.s, partnerships and drafting organizational documents, authority certificates and resolutions. All reporting and research will be delivered to the appropriate parties’, counsel, lenders, governmental agencies, vendors, etc. The firm offers exceptional career opportunities in an environment that is challenging, rewarding, and, the firm believe truly different from the firm competitors. The firm's employees enjoy a competitive benefits package and a dynamic and diverse environment in which they can build a long and fruitful career and reap the rewards of their success.


PPP 1874000 | Revenue 2835986000 | Total Attorney 4683 | Partners 655 | Counsel 175 | Associates 559 | Partner:Associate 1.2:1 | M:F Ratio 1.7:1 | Real Estate 205

Downtown Denver-based law firm, is currently seeking an experienced Real Estate Paralegal to assist a group of busy and dynamic attorneys that specialize in real estate acquisition, development, financing, and leasing of large portfolio transactions. Responsibilities include: Title and survey review, including all aspects of preparing title/survey objection letters and responses, obtaining zoning letters, working with surveyors and title officers on various survey or coverage issues and obtaining final approved surveys and title policies; Corporate work, including entity formation, registration, drafting corporate documents, obtaining EIN’s, managing entity summaries and ensuring entities remain compliant; Commercial closings, from contract execution through post-closing: reviewing contracts, preparing timelines and closing checklists, maintaining critical date schedules, preparing closing and transfer documents, coordinating all aspects of the closing with team attorneys, opposing counsel, clients, lenders, vendors and title company contacts, and handling all post-closing issues and following up on outstanding items; Retail Lease, lease amendment and lease abstract preparation Additional duties include coordinating execution of documents, miscellaneous property research and due diligence projects, responding to various client requests, routine handling of correspondence, and the ability to follow through on multiple projects to ensure all deadlines are met for assigned transactions. The ideal candidate will be an energetic self-starter with highly developed organizational and time management skills, and the ability to react quickly to changes as priorities are revised or reshaped in a fast-moving firm environment. Minimum requirements include: A minimum of 7 years’ experience from within a law firm or in-house corporate law department; A bachelor’s degree and/or paralegal certificate; Excellent verbal and written communication and organizational skills; An intermediate level of technical proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and document management systems. Salary is commensurate with experience. Generous bonus structure. This firm is an equal opportunity employer.


PPP 651000 | Revenue 185212000 | Total Attorney 343 | Partners 190 | Counsel 56 | Associates 91 | Partner:Associate 2.1:1 | M:F Ratio 1.9:1 | Real Estate 46

AmLaw100 firm is seeking a high performing and detail-oriented individual to assist attorneys in the closing of commercial real estate financings in the firm Washington DC office. The successful candidate will have significant experience with title & survey review, due diligence review, negotiation of loan documents, UCC searches/filings and organizing closing documentation. Required Skills: This position requires a demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, particularly excellent technical writing skills, are essential. Must be able to work independently, as the firm as with a team and with clients. Intermediate-level skills working with Microsoft Office applications, document management systems and time-keeping software are necessary. Must be able to work overtime when needed. Required Experience: The ideal candidate for this position will have 2+ years commercial real estate experience with a title company. College degree, law firm, commercial lender or other related entity experience also welcome. Title, plat, and survey review and experience is required and preferably with the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac DUS program or FHA-insured commercial mortgage loans. Job Location Washington, District of Columbia, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular.



The New York office of a reputable firm has a opening for a full time Paralegal to join its team. Candidate must have 3-5+ years law firm experience supporting litigation attorneys in the real estate commercial - tenant / landlord practice. Responsibilities include preparing pleadings, by-laws, purchase contracts, riders and other legal correspondence including affidavits, motions, certificate of service, etc. maintain docketing and calendaring of cases and their court dates, keeping attorneys apprised of upcoming appearances. Strong experience in e-filing in New York Federal and Supreme State Court a must. Perform administrative tasks as needed including submitting reimbursement forms, time entry and drafting correspondence. Knowledge of document management systems is helpful. Must be a team player, detail oriented, very organized with solid proficiency in Microsoft Word and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment.



Summary: Under the direction and supervision of the Real Estate attorneys, this position will assist attorneys in various aspects of commercial real estate transactions, including documentation, due diligence, closing and post-closing activities for acquisitions, dispositions, financings, leasing, development and construction projects. Experience with cooperative and condominium unit closings is beneficial. Essential Job Duties • Order and review title commitments, exception documents and surveys; interfacing directly with title companies and surveyors to resolve any issues or discrepancies. • Administration of contract critical dates and preparation and administration of closing checklists. • Coordination of and assistance with closings, including review and/or preparation of conveyance documents, closing statements, transfer tax forms, and escrow release documentation. • Attending to post-closing requirements, including preparation of closing indices, preparation and organization of closing binders, and monitoring of post-closing deliveries and other requirements. • Preparation of documents for and closing of cooperative and condominium units, including the preparation and filing of RPT forms. • Preparation of correspondence and memoranda. • Preparation of initial draft documents for attorney review, including estoppel certificates. • Preparation of lease and loan document abstracts. • Preparation of UCC financing statements. • Attention to organizational and authority documents. • Ordering of UCC lien searches and preparation of summaries of lien search results. • Coordination of recording of documents in various counties and states. • Preparation of letters of direction. • Preparation of document exhibits and assistance with document assembly. • Researching of state and local transfer tax, recording and document execution obligations and requirements. Essential Job Applicant Attributes • Proven analytical and organizational skills. Ability to pay close attention to detail and follow up requirements. • Ability to be flexible, multi-task and prioritize work flow. • Proven ability to problem solve, think independently and tackle projects with appropriate supervision. • Ability to work effectively and professionally with colleagues, clients and opposing parties. • Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing in a clear and concise manner. • Ability and aptitude to work with numbers, calculations, etc. • As this position is in a transactional area, the individual may need to be flexible to work additional the firms as needed. • Demonstrated proficiency in computer skills, including knowledge of EXCEL and WORD including the ability to merge files and databases, and the ability to conduct on-line research of public offices for tax, recording, zoning and other information. Educational And Experience Requirements • Bachelor degree, or comparable experience preferred. • Three years of previous experience in commercial real estate transactions/closings, including experience with acquisitions, dispositions and financings. Desired Certificates, Licenses, Registrations • Notary Public license.


PPP 1035000 | Revenue 667009000 | Total Attorney 961 | Partners 448 | Counsel 96 | Associates 348 | Partner:Associate 1.3:1 | M:F Ratio 1.8:1 | Real Estate 54

Summary: Under the direction of the real estate attorneys in the firm Boston office, this position will assist attorneys in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions, including documentation, due diligence, closing and post-closing activities for real estate acquisitions, dispositions, and leasing. Essential Job Functions: Order and review title commitments, exception documents and surveys, interfacing directly with the title company and surveyor to resolve any issues or discrepancies. Preparation and administration of contract critical dates and closing checklists. Coordination and assistance with all aspects of closings, including preparation of conveyance documents, closing statements, and other closing documents. Attending to all post-closing requirements, including preparation of closing indices, the preparation and organization of closing binders, and monitoring all post-closing deliveries or requirements. Preparation of clear and concise correspondence and memorandum. Preparation of initial draft documents, amendments to agreements or leases and miscellaneous documents, including estoppel certificates, SNDAs and Memos of Lease, for attorney review. Knowledge of formation of entities and review of organizational and authority documents. Order UCC lien and other searches. Must possess excellent legal research skills, including knowledge of electronic databases. Educational and Experience Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and/or paralegal certificate. Five years previous experience in commercial real estate transactions, including experience with acquisitions, dispositions, and leasing. Law firm and in-house experience will be considered. Skill Requirements: Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, Outlook or similar e-mail/calendar technology. Knowledge of relevant databases. Strong writing, organizational and communication skills required. Extensive knowledge of grammar, spelling, punctuation and legal terminology.


PPP 1035000 | Revenue 667009000 | Total Attorney 961 | Partners 448 | Counsel 96 | Associates 348 | Partner:Associate 1.3:1 | M:F Ratio 1.8:1 | Real Estate 54

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



REAL ESTATE LAND USE PARALEGAL Largest Regional law firm seeks: LAND USE PLANNER to join their Northern Virginia office. Candidate must have 3+ years of land use, zoning and planning experience. Duties include strong written and communication skills with private companies and local government, including staff, commissions and civic organizations. Strong research and due diligence for project sites as the firm as development of entitlement applications is required. Ability to effectively conduct public speaking and presentations before civic groups, commissions and local boards is desired. Local government experience is a plus. Local travel in Northern Virginia only. Excellent salary/benefits package. EO/AA/VEV/Disabled employer



The New York office an AmLaw 200 firm, is seeking a full-time Paralegal to join the firm Real Estate team. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of 5 years of commercial real estate experience assisting attorneys in all aspects of transactional management, document revisions, closing preparation, due diligence review, title insurance company coordination, preparing transaction binders and drafting routine correspondence. Familiarity with commercial mortgage lending and Corporate State filing is preferred. Experience with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac transactions is helpful. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required.



A global law firm has a full-time Jr. Paralegal employment opportunity in the Real Estate Department of our Miami office. Competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package. The Jr. Paralegal will support attorneys and paralegals in the Real Estate Department with a wide variety of administrative tasks. Duties & Responsibilities: Preparing closing and post-closing documents Preparing closing binders and checklists Drafting routine correspondence/memorandum Maintaining and updating files Basic document reviewing and light research Other administrative and project work assignments, as assigned Skills & Competencies: Must have strong written and oral communication skills and have strong interpersonal skills. Must have strong attention to detail, have ability to prioritize and multi-task. Must have strong organizational and time management skills. Must be able to learn quickly and take instructions well. Must be able to work independently and as part of a team. Qualifications & Prior Experience: Minimum 2 years in a professional services organization. Bachelor’s degree from accredited institution preferred. Paralegal certificate from an ABA certified paralegal program preferred. Proficiency with Windows-based software and Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook required. Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.


PPP 1750000 | Revenue 1556740000 | Total Attorney 2107 | Partners 922 | Counsel 181 | Associates 558 | Partner:Associate 1.7:1 | M:F Ratio 1.9:1 | Real Estate 288

EEO – Protected Veterans/Disability * Firm is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for job applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact our Recruiting Team. A leading global business law firm, committed to attracting, developing, and retaining the best people across our practice and business service group, is looking for collaborative, results oriented people who enjoy working in a fast paced environment and have exceptional problem solving skills. If you are a highly talented Paralegal Specialist interested in working closely with attorneys and clients while performing a range of substantive case and client matter related tasks, we want to hear from you! Paralegals are a critical part of this firm's client service teams, working side by side with lawyers, co-counsel and clients on an array of substantive client matters. The majority of our paralegals are career professionals. They work independently and on teams, locally, nationally and globally. This position is located in the Chicago office. Relocation is available in accordance with the firm’s policy. The paralegal team itself includes Case Assistants, Paralegals, Senior Paralegals and Paralegal Specialists. Ample opportunities for advancement and career development through formal and informal training and mentoring, and there are many opportunities to give back to communities through pro bono work. Minimum Requirements: College degree and/or Paralegal certificate 10 years’ experience supporting a Commercial Real Estate practice group in a law firm environment Mortgage finance experience representing lenders Title and survey experience Electronic data room experience Strong proficiency in Word, Excel and Outlook Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Strong organizational and attention to detail Preferred Requirements: Large law firm experience Experience with public/private partnerships, mixed use development and resort development is a plus. What will your day look like? You will assist in drafting real estate documents, preparing closing documents, conducting due diligence reviews and coordinating closings as required for commercial real estate transactions. This will include ordering, reviewing and analyzing title commitments, recorded documents and surveys. You will develop, monitor and update closing, and other checklists, for real estate transactions. You will also assist with drafting documents for commercial, resort and mixed use developments, as well as draft lease amendments for attorney review. This will require forming L.L.C.s, partnerships and drafting organizational documents, authority certificates and resolutions. All reporting and research will be delivered to the appropriate parties’, counsel, lenders, governmental agencies, vendors, etc. We offer exceptional career opportunities in an environment that is challenging, rewarding, and, we believe truly different from our competitors. Our employees enjoy a competitive benefits package and a dynamic and diverse environment in which they can build a long and fruitful career and reap the rewards of their success.


PPP 1874000 | Revenue 2835986000 | Total Attorney 4683 | Partners 655 | Counsel 175 | Associates 559 | Partner:Associate 1.2:1 | M:F Ratio 1.7:1 | Real Estate 205

The Firm is currently recruiting for a full-time Real Estate Paralegal for our Los Angeles office. This position will support the local Real Estate Practitioners and the national Real Estate Practice Group. Responsibilities Assisting in the preparation of real estate loan, purchase, sale, loan servicing and ancillary related documents including purchase and sale agreements, conveyance documents, easements, security instruments, notes, guaranties and general agreements; Preparing for and supporting real estate related closings including obtaining required documents, preparing documents to be executed and confirming contents of appropriate closing checklists; Perfecting and recording formalities and requirements associated with real estate related matters; Interfacing with firm clients and other outside entities regarding assigned matters; Working on special assignments that may require conducting routine fact or legal research, preparing reports and handling associated filings; Other duties as may be assigned to fully meet the requirements, billable and performance based, of the position. Qualifications Bachelor’s degree or Associates degree and Paralegal certificate. 5 - 7 years of commercial real estate experience, preferably in a law firm setting, an in-house legal department or title company. Strong organizational skills and an ability to prioritize and complete simultaneous projects with minimal supervision. Effective interpersonal and team working skills. Ability to communicate effectively with attorneys, professional staff and peers. Ability to meet deadlines and work well under pressure. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook). Equal opportunities. Equal Opportunity Employer of Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans. Pursuant to local ordinances, will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.



A premier law firm located in Ft. Lauderdale is seeking a highly skilled Commercial Real Estate Paralegal. Competitive compensation, an excellent benefits package and a beautiful working environment. The Real Estate Paralegal is responsible for providing organizational and practice specific assistance to attorneys in the Real Estate Department in all stages of real estate transactions from pre- to post-closing duties. Demonstrates professionalism, attention to detail, and ability to handle multiple priorities and work in an organized, efficient manner at any given time. Supports the department with general administrative duties and special projects. Must be able to work overtime on an as-needed basis. Duties & Responsibilities: Assists in drafting, managing and organizing various documents related to real estate transactions, including escrow instructions, title and survey review, entity formations, UCC searches, local transfer requirements and due diligence. Utilizes, creates or establishes procedures to manage large, complex transactions; attends closings and manages closing room; coordinates workflow and manages and controls execution of closing documents; tracks, obtains and organizes pre- and post-closing documents to assure performance of obligations. Drafts closing documents including, but not limited to, basic agreements and third party consents; compiles information and prepares schedules and exhibits to agreements. Assists with post-closing matters including, but not limited to, mailings, closing binders and transfer agreements. Manages the preparation and filing of various documents, including amendments and closing documents, as well as preparation of opinions for partner approval. Maintains timely and accurate timekeeping records. Skills & Competencies: Ability to communicate professionally and interact effectively with all levels of personnel, including management staff and support staff. Ability to be a proactive self-starter who understands the details within a much larger context. Demonstrated attention to detail, reliability and ability to learn new technology quickly. Excellent client service skills and ability to work on multiple matters simultaneously in an organized manner and under minimal supervision. Flexibility and able to respond quickly and positively to shifting demands. Qualifications & Prior Experience: Minimum of 5 years of real estate paralegal experience within a law firm with demonstrated knowledge of complex issues within real estate practice area. Bachelor’s degree from accredited institution preferred. Paralegal certificate from an ABA certified paralegal program preferred. Proficiency with Windows-based software and Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook required. Requires manual dexterity and physical mobility, including the ability to move frequently (several times an hour) from work station or desk to work independently or with team to organize documents/binders and retrieve files stored in vertical cabinets throughout the work area. Position requires ability to move from the work station or desk several times throughout the day and go to various offices to retrieve documents and meet with attorneys, and receive instructions. * Position also requires the ability to work under pressure to meet strict deadlines. Firm committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. It has been, and continues to be our goal, to foster a well-balanced workforce that contains a significant presence of minorities and women.


PPP 1750000 | Revenue 1556740000 | Total Attorney 2107 | Partners 922 | Counsel 181 | Associates 558 | Partner:Associate 1.7:1 | M:F Ratio 1.9:1 | Real Estate 288

Firm seeking a full-time paralegal with corporate transactional and commercial real estate experience to work with attorneys in our corporate and real estate practice groups. We offer a competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package, as well as the opportunity to work in a collegial and collaborative environment.Duties & Responsibilities: Coordinates and manages multiple transactional closings including private company financings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, real estate acquisitions, dispositions, financings, and strategic investments. Assists in the preparation and filing of documents and forms for ongoing corporate operations, including directors and shareholders’ resolutions, amendments to articles of incorporation and bylaws, applications for authority to do out-of-state business. Organizes and maintains corporate minutes books and entity ledgers for various clients. Assists in drafting, managing, and organizing various documents related to real estate transactions, including escrow instructions, entity formations, UCC searches, local transfer requirements, authority certificates and resolutions, including conducting due diligence searches. Independently handles title and survey summaries and negotiation/coordination of title policies and surveys with title companies, surveyors, and zoning report providers. Coordinate closing details with title companies and escrow agents. Maintains timely and accurate billing and timekeeping records. Retains day to day responsibility for performance of general paralegal duties. Skills & Competencies Established understanding of corporate and/or commercial real estate practice procedures as they relate to corporations, partnerships, UCC searches and closing documents. Demonstrated knowledge of real estate transactions from pre-to-post closings. Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills. Effective oral and written communication skills. Capable of meeting deadlines and working independently on multiple matters. Qualifications & Prior Experience Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience as a corporate paralegal in a law firm setting. Title and survey experience preferred. Electronic data room experience required. Bachelor’s Degree, or combination of relevant experience and paralegal certification required. Committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. It has been, and continues to be, our goal to foster a well-balanced workforce. We prohibit discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment with regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability or veteran status.


PPP 1750000 | Revenue 1556740000 | Total Attorney 2107 | Partners 922 | Counsel 181 | Associates 558 | Partner:Associate 1.7:1 | M:F Ratio 1.9:1 | Real Estate 288

This is an exciting opportunity to work for one of the top law firms in the U.S. Looking for an experienced Real Estate Paralegal to join our team in Los Angeles. This position provides a comprehensive range of support to attorneys and clients in our real estate practice to complete real estate financial transactions with lenders and investors for the funding of the clients’ loans for low and moderate income housing projects. Challenging assignments, opportunities for professional growth and community involvement, and a culture of inclusion and innovation. Responsibilities Monitor and manage all aspects of complex real estate transactions. Analyze title documents, real property legal descriptions and surveys; prepare title and survey comments; identify and recommend title endorsements and removal of or changes to title exceptions; and coordinate with title companies regarding title insurance policy issues and satisfaction of closing conditions Draft Documents: Work with attorneys on drafting correspondence, loan documents, resolutions, escrow instructions, closing checklists, and other documents typical to a real estate closing. Manage due diligence activities, including creating and monitoring due diligence checklists Conduct UCC and other searches and analyze results; request entity documents Assist in the preparation of real estate documents, exhibits and schedules. Manage and coordinate closings Review organizational documents, resolutions and incumbency certificates for appropriate parties involved in loan transactions Address post-closing matters and oversee preparation of closing books. Assist with real estate aspects of litigation and estate planning matters as requested Accurately and completely record billable time spent and tasks performed in accordance with firm policy and client-imposed billing protocols; enter and release time promptly in compliance with established deadlines Promptly submit accurate records of hours worked Accept and perform other tasks as assigned. Qualifications 6+ years’ experience (10+ years’ experience preferred) as a real estate paralegal, required; experience in real estate loan matters Demonstrated knowledge and skill in both loan and purchase/sale transactions Bachelor’s degree or clear demonstration of equivalent knowledge and skill Highly developed skill in time and task management High level of attention to detail with a view to thoroughness and accuracy Able to coordinate multiple transactions at once and under time pressure Strong analytic and post-college level writing skills Strong command of the English language including excellent spelling, grammar, punctuation, form and style Advanced proficiency in using Microsoft Office computerized business applications (Word, Excel, and Outlook) and legal research and document retention databases Willingness to learn and adapt to new technology, software programs, and upgrades Ability and willingness to communicate and handle stressful situations in a professional, calm, courteous manner Ability to work effectively in a team-oriented service environment Availability and willingness to work overtime as needed or requested Physical Requirements While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. This position description intends to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities.



The Firm is currently recruiting for a full-time Real Estate Paralegal for our Los Angeles office. This position will support the local Real Estate Practitioners and the national Real Estate Practice Group. Responsibilities Assisting in the preparation of real estate loan, purchase, sale, loan servicing and ancillary related documents including purchase and sale agreements, conveyance documents, easements, security instruments, notes, guaranties and general agreements;. Preparing for and supporting real estate related closings including obtaining required documents, preparing documents to be executed and confirming contents of appropriate closing checklists;. Perfecting and recording formalities and requirements associated with real estate related matters;. Interfacing with firm clients and other outside entities regarding assigned matters;. Working on special assignments that may require conducting routine fact or legal research, preparing reports and handling associated filings;. Other duties as may be assigned to fully meet the requirements, billable and performance based, of the position. Experience & Qualifications Bachelor’s degree or Associates degree and Paralegal certificate. 5 - 7 years of commercial real estate experience, preferably in a law firm setting, an in-house legal department or title company. Strong organizational skills and an ability to prioritize and complete simultaneous projects with minimal supervision. Effective interpersonal and team working skills. Ability to communicate effectively with attorneys, professional staff and peers. Ability to meet deadlines and work well under pressure. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook). Dentons offers a competitive salary and benefits package. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer of Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans. Pursuant to local ordinances, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.



Seeking candidates for a Commercial Real Estate Paralegal for our Austin or Houston, Texas office. Details are as follows: This position is responsible for assisting with the preparation and review of documents related to the authorization, issuance, and delivery of multi-housing revenue bonds, including, but not limited to: Prepare and file applications for volume cap with the Texas Bond Review Board along with all other subsequent filings; Draft resolutions for the issuing entity of the bonds; Draft TEFRA notices and coordinate publication of same; Draft closing documents and coordinate execution of same; Prepare and file transcripts with the Attorney General for their review/approval and coordinate all subsequent filings; Manage all documents leading up to, and following, closing; Maintain tracking schedules for each transaction and update the group calendar; Prepare closing transcripts on CDs; and Other job-related duties as assigned. Job Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and paralegal certificate, or equivalent job-related experience required; At least three (3) years of experience as a transactional commercial real estate paralegal; strong preference for candidates with experience in public housing revenue bonds or municipal bonds; Ability to thrive in a “hands on”, fast paced environment; Ability to take ownership of workflow, work independently, plan and take initiative to accomplish objectives in a timely manner with minimum supervision; Excellent, organizational, communication, analytical and critical thinking skills; and Ability to work overtime as needed. Compensation will commensurate with experience.



Real Estate Paralegal Job Summary: The Real Estate Paralegal will be responsible for providing billable assistance to our attorneys and clients with a wide range of real estate matters. Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited, to the following: Job Functions: • Responsible for working with attorneys to assist in client work pertaining to buying, selling, financing and leasing real estate assets. • Facilitate, prepare, and review real estate closing and loan documentation. • Work with Registry of Deeds and Secretary of State’s Offices, by sending closing documents for recording, obtaining Certificates of Good Standing, and Certificates of Legal Existence. • Perform due diligence, including review of title, survey, offering plans, appraisals, environmental and zoning reports, UCC financing statements and related filings, tax searches, judgment and bankruptcy search results, leases, service contracts, and corporate documentation. • Ensure a high level of service when interacting with clients, and other related internal and external contacts. Maintains discretion and sound judgment when interacting with others both external and internal to the Firm. • Maintains time records ensuring accurate and timely entries. • Assist with administrative matters within the Real Estate Department. Essential Competencies: • Works proactively with others to support efforts within a department or function of the Firm. • Organizes and prioritizes assignments and contributes to the department’s ability to meet or exceed goals and standards. • Maintains current knowledge of trends and developments affecting the area of specialization. • Uses innovative thinking and exercises sound judgment to achieve results. Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree and/or a Paralegal Certificate. • A minimum of 3-5 years of general commercial real estate experience, with 5-8 years of law firm experience is required. • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite, with willingness learn new technology systems. • Displays expertise in areas of essential function; understands and applies current technology and resources necessary to best achieve results. • Team player; able to interact and communicate effectively. • Excellent writing skills, organizational skills, and research skills. • Ability to work independently and effectively, as well as meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Physical Requirements: • Must have minimal physical mobility. Position may occasionally require standing, walking, reaching, and lifting up to 15 pounds. • Must have the ability to operate equipment such as a computer and copy machine. • Must have the ability to communicate clearly and to read and follow detailed instructions. • Must have the ability to prepare assorted documents and other related materials. • Must have the ability to work in stressful conditions under time deadlines.



Seeking a Paralegal to join our Business and Real Estate team in our Denver office. The firm’s 190 attorneys are well-established in their fields of practice and provide high-quality legal and business solutions. An incredible place to work because of its strong culture and commitment to personal growth and firm wide performance. Training and development programming Competitive compensation and benefits offered. The paralegal should have strong zoning, environmental and real estate experience. Experience in telecommunication is a plus. Excellent comfort and proficiency with technical systems and preparing documents is required. The paralegal will also perform a broad range of case related and document management duties, under the supervision of an attorney or team of attorneys. Job responsibilities will include the following: Plan, develop, manage and draft zoning codes, and transaction related documents including leases. Prepares or assists in drafting and finalizing legal documents, such as zoning submissions, code review, lease summaries, title review and memoranda. Conducts fact gathering and database research, retrieving information and compiling them in an organized manner as needed, with special attention to title review, including reviewing title, survey matters, leases, analyzing zoning matters and related inquiry. Utilize technical databases to upload, search and retrieve supporting documents, exercising independent decisions and recommendations to the supervising attorney. Work with software and systems such local government zoning regulations and Bradford forms, title documents. Title review. Monitor, prioritize, organize, and facilitate daily workflow and transaction management in order to meet project deadlines. Provide a high level of administrative general functions as required, specifically in the assistance in all stages of corporate transactions and in the preparation of documents necessary to comply with federal, state and local requirements in the conduct of business activities. Work closely with attorneys in the department, including members and associates. Communicate with other legal and support departments as well as regional offices as needed. Provide constructive guidelines to other employees and representatives of third parties who do business with the firm. Your Skills and Attributes Knowledge of business English, spelling, punctuation, grammar and basic legal terminology; strong writing skills. Knowledge of law office practices and procedures. Knowledge of various court electronic filing procedures for applicable practice areas. Ability to organize and prioritize tasks, while working effectively under pressure to meet deadlines. Knowledge of legal and general research techniques and the use of software systems available for conducting research. Ability to prepare and analyze technical information/reports. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing with high attention to detail. Ability to establish good rapport with attorneys, clients, and other employees. Your communication is clear and direct. You can actively listen to others and understand their needs. You take initiative and take the next appropriate action. You have good judgment and a thoughtful approach. You are sensitive to the challenges, goals and needs of all stakeholders. You are impeccable with your work and consistent with your follow through. You know “how to get things done”. You understand the constraints other people face and how to balance the needs of everyone involved. You are attentive to details and keep track of all the moving parts. Education or Formal Training 6+ years of progressively responsible paralegal experience supporting attorneys in a sophisticated and dynamic transactional law practice. A Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of business training and experience is required. A certification of completion from a Paralegal school or institute is preferred. Familiarity with general processes, systems philosophies, structure, methods and approaches of mid-to-large sized firms. Sherman & Howard is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and advancement based on individual qualifications and the overall requirements of the job, without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other legally protected status.



A leading national law firm with over 20 business centers in the United States. With approximately 500 lawyers and 1,000 personnel, we are a traditional, yet innovative and diverse Firm and our people are our highest priority. Our Fort Lauderdale office is seeking a Paralegal who will perform a variety of duties such as, file management in commercial transactions and Probate matters, timely submission of documents, document management in wide variety of real estate transactions, routine and complex, prepare and update closing checklists, prepare and review closing documents and escrow instructions; coordinate closings. Responsibilities: - Order and review tract searches, ownership searches, judgment searches, judgment and tax lien searches, and UCC searches. - Order and review title commitments, surveys and other underlying title documents, policies and endorsements thereto. Negotiate with title companies and other parties regarding title clearance matters. - Order duplicate tax bills and estimates of redemption; order entity documents such as Certificates of Good Standing, Articles of Formation and certified copies of recorded documents. - Prepare and review/analyze mortgages, assignments of mortgage, and related financing documents. - Prepare and analyze loan documents and related due diligence materials. - Review zoning applications and related due diligence matters. Qualifications: Incumbent must have a college degree and/or Paralegal certificate or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum of 3 years experience as a commercial/transactional real estate paralegal in a law firm environment, performing the noted job duties, including 1 year of probate experience. Must have the ability to read and understand legal descriptions, title reports, leases, loan documents, purchase agreements and other contracts. Familiarity with title company forms, escrow instructions, preliminary title searches, easement descriptions, liens and recorded judgments, policies of title insurance and endorsements, trust deeds and grant deeds. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required to interact with staff, attorneys, opposing counsel, lenders, title companies, government agencies, and clients on a daily basis. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail required to handle large volumes of work associated with each case and transaction. Must be able to work effectively in a fast-paced environment. We offer competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits including medical/dental/vision/life and AD&D Insurance, 401(k) savings plan and retirement, generous paid time off and opportunities for professional development. As an EOE/AA employer, Firm will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, protected veteran or disability status or any factor prohibited by law.



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.


PPP 990000 | Revenue 1007615000 | Total Attorney 1714 | Partners 522 | Counsel 111 | Associates 394 | Partner:Associate 1.3:1 | M:F Ratio 2:1 | Real Estate 65

Seeking paralegal to support its Real Estate Practice Group. LP’s real estate group represents clients ranging from mid-sized companies to large national and global companies in the acquisition and disposition of commercial, industrial, multi-family, manufactured housing and retail properties. The group has robust commercial leasing, joint venture and development practices. The ideal candidate for this position will have experience with acquisitions, dispositions and financing in all practice areas. Responsibilities: · Supports transactions including: o Review contracts/purchase & sale agreements, calculate critical dates (and utilize docket to track same) o Prepare closing checklists, calculate critical dates and maintain both as the transaction progresses o Review title, survey and zoning; prepare objection notices and response letters; experience with clearing title matters and knowledge of ALTA survey standards o Research and facilitate local requirements and tax clearance/bulk sales o Preparation of estoppels and SNDAs o Prepare and review closing documents o Due diligence process including ordering, reviewing and summarizing searches o Lease review and abstracts o Preparation and filing of UCC Financing Statements o Prepare/review closing documents o Prepare for, coordinate and facilitate all aspects of closings with client, title companies and lenders · Oversees preparation of electronic closing binders · Effectively utilizes the firm’s docketing system to track matters · Communicates with clients and third parties throughout the course of a matter Requirements: · Bachelor’s Degree or Paralegal Certificate · Minimum 5-7 years of relevant real estate transactional and finance experience (will consider less experience for otherwise qualified candidate) · Superior oral and written communication skills · Strong technical skills (Knowledge of Microsoft Office, iManage and ProLaw is a plus) · Excellent attention to detail · Excellent time management skills and ability to adjust to changing project priorities in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment · Ability to delegate appropriate tasks · A demonstrated commitment to providing superior client service · Must be able to work occasional overtime as needed



The Washington D.C. office seeking a full-time paralegal for its Hospitality practice group. Applicants must have a four-year undergraduate university degree. The ideal candidate has exceptional writing, organizational and communication skills. Office is convenient to metro and we offer a competitive compensation package and excellent benefits. Equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, age, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, disability or any protected military or veteran status.


PPP 464000 | Revenue 155200000 | Total Attorney 261 | Partners 169 | Counsel 49 | Associates 42 | Partner:Associate 4:1 | M:F Ratio 3.3:1 | Real Estate 64

This is an exciting opportunity to work for one of the top law firms in the U.S.! Looking for an experienced Paralegal to join our Real Estate group in Los Angeles. This position provides a comprehensive range of support to attorneys and clients in our real estate practice to complete real estate financial transactions with lenders and investors for the funding of the clients’ low and moderate income housing projects. Challenging assignments, opportunities for professional growth and community involvement, and a culture of inclusion and innovation. In this role, you will: Monitor and manage all aspects of complex real estate transactions Analyze title documents, real property legal descriptions and surveys; prepare title and survey summaries; identify and recommend title endorsements and removal of or changes to title exceptions; and coordinate with title companies regarding title insurance policy issues and satisfaction of closing conditions Draft Documents: Work with attorneys on drafting correspondence, articles, bylaws, resolutions, tax exemption applications, escrow instructions, closing checklists, and other documents typical to a real estate closing Prepare title objection letters and seller response letters Manage due diligence activities, including creating and monitoring due diligence checklists Conduct UCC and other searches and analyze results; request entity documents Assist in the preparation of real estate documents, exhibits and schedules Manage and coordinate closings Address post-closing matters and oversee preparation of closing books Assist with real estate aspects of litigation and estate planning matters as requested Accurately and completely record billable time spent and tasks performed in accordance with firm policy and client-imposed billing protocols; enter and release time promptly in compliance with established deadlines Promptly submit accurate records of hours worked Accept and perform other tasks as assigned. Join us if you have: 5+ years’ experience as a real estate paralegal; experience in real estate finance preferred. In addition, 10+ years and Big Law experience would be a plus. Demonstrated knowledge and skill in both loan and purchase/sale transactions Bachelor’s degree or clear demonstration of equivalent knowledge and skill Highly developed skill in time and task management High level of attention to detail with a view to thoroughness and accuracy Strong analytic and post-college level writing skills Strong command of the English language including excellent spelling, grammar, punctuation, form and style Advanced proficiency in using Microsoft Office computerized business applications (Word, Excel, and Outlook) and legal research and document retention databases Willingness to learn and adapt to new technology, software programs, and upgrades Ability and willingness to communicate and handle stressful situations in a professional, calm, courteous manner Ability to work effectively in a team-oriented service environment Availability and willingness to work overtime as needed or requested PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to feel and reach with hands and arms and frequently required to sit, stand, walk and occasionally stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions. This job description intends to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities.



Seeking eperienced Commercial Real Estate Paralegal to join Atlanta office. This role will service a wide range of transactions and support an active commercial real estate practice. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of commercial real estate experience, strong organization and multitasking skills, and will embrace a team mentality. The firm is a full-service firm providing legal and business solutions to corporate, individual and nonprofit clients worldwide for more than 184 years. The firm has earned the loyalty of many longstanding clients with deep understanding of their businesses and broad skills in corporate transactions, high-stakes disputes, and complex regulatory and compliance matters. People come to this firm to do great, challenging work and they provide the resources and training for them to succeed and develop professionally. Working together from offices in the U.S., Europe and Asia, the firm is dedicated to diverse perspectives, impeccable service, and innovative delivery of practical, business-minded solutions. Tasks include reviewing and negotiating title insurance commitments and coverages and reviewing and summarizing exceptions for potential problems Reviewing and negotiating surveys Ordering and reviewing UCC and tax lien search reports Reviewing Purchase/Sale Contracts Review of Commercial Leases, estoppel certificates and SNDAs Preparing and maintaining closing checklists and timelines Coordinating and organizing documents for multi-state and multi-asset transactions Preparing and negotiating escrow closing instructions Minumum of 5 years of expereince as a real estate paralegal Ability to think clearly, respond positively, evaluate situations and determine appropriate action and act decisively under pressure.



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.



Real Estate/MUD Paralegal (Houston) Coats Rose, PC, is currently seeking candidates for a Real Estate/MUD Paralegal for our Houston, Texas office. Details are as follows: Position Responsibilities may include, but are not necessarily limited to the following:Assist attorneys with drafting, preparation, and filing of pertinent documents; Perform relevant legal research; Attend Municipal Utility District Board of Directors(“Board”) meetings and record minutes (sometimes during evening or lunch hours); Prepare agendas for Board meetings; Ensure proper legal procedures are followed at Board meetings; Stay up to date on relevant rules and legislation and inform Board of updates; Assist Board with insurance renewals; Prepare documents for annual tax exemptions and assess collection charges on delinquent accounts; Review annual financial report and file with appropriate agencies; Assist with annual setting of tax rate; Assist with annual operating budget of the District if needed; Keep track of filing requirements; and Other job related duties as assigned. Job Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and paralegal certificate, or equivalent job-related experience preferred; At least one year of experience as a transactional real estate paralegal, preferably with experience in public finance; Excellent, organizational, communication, analytical and critical thinking skills; Ability to work independently, plan and take initiative to accomplish objectives in a timely manner with minimum supervision; Must be a team player while effectively and efficiently using firm resources; This is a sedentary position and requires minimal standing, walking, stooping and movement or lifting of items up to 10 pounds; This job may require overtime, evening hours, and working through lunch to attend utility district meetings; and Reliable personal transportation for traveling to and from Board meetings. Compensation will commensurate with experience.



Clark Hill is in need of a paralegal with at least 3 years of experience for its real estate practice group in San Francisco. This paralegal will be responsible for document and file management, review of documents, preparation of chronologies, providing litigation support to attorneys for depositions and trial, and assisting with drafting discovery and responses. Candidates must have experience supporting a busy litigation practice. Real estate experience is a plus. Qualified candidates should possess excellent computer skills, a high-level attention to detail, strong interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, and an ability to stay organized and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. ​Th firm will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records in a manner consistent with applicable laws.



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.


PPP 735000 | Revenue 221026000 | Total Attorney 386 | Partners 206 | Counsel 61 | Associates 105 | Partner:Associate 2:1 | M:F Ratio 2:1 | Real Estate 42

Immediate opening in the Charleston office for a full-time, experienced commercial real estate paralegal. This position requires knowledge of all aspects of title insurance and surveys for commercial real estate closings. Day-to-day responsibilities will include reviewing title exceptions, coordinating due diligence activities, review and preparation of sale and loan documents, research of corporate and UCC filings, preparing closing checklists and scheduling transaction progress, general internet research, completing general post-closing items and binders, and overall support to commercial real estate/lending/land use group. A two-year degree in paralegal studies or NALA certification and prior experience in commercial real estate transactions is required. Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of experience as a commercial real estate paralegal is preferred. Attention to detail and proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook are required. EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled. Burr & Forman is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to recruiting, hiring, developing, and promoting lawyers and staff without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, military and protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, transgender status, sex stereotyping, or disability. See Burr & Forman’s Diversity Statement & Equal Employment Opportunity Policy. Firm is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a medical condition or disability, please contact us to know the nature of your request



Seeking a Real Estate Paralegal with a minimum of five (5) years of experience in commercial real estate transactions, including financing, conveyancing, leasing, zoning and title matters, as well as various corporate matters. Candidate should have strong communication and organizational skills and be willing to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment. A competitive salary and benefits package will be provided. Applicants meeting these requirements are encouraged to send their resumes .



Atlanta office of a national, AmLaw 100 law firm is seeking qualified applicants for an experienced Commercial Real Estate Paralegal. Ideal candidates will have experience in a law firm setting handling all aspects of commercial real estate sales, acquisitions, and loans. Responsibilities Tasks performed may include: Review and abstracting of purchase agreements with attention to critical dates and closing conditions; Review and analysis of title, survey and due diligence, including zoning reports, site plans and similar materials; Drafting title review memorandums and title objection letters; Review and mark up a title commitment; Review closing statements; Possess strong working knowledge of formation and basic governance of entities for use in review and preparation of organizational and authority documents; Organizing and fulfilling conditions necessary to satisfy title requirements; and Researching real property tax and ownership information. Qualifications: Ideal candidate will have a 4-year degree from an accredited college or university and a paralegal certificate from an ABA approved paralegal program; however, work experience may be substituted for education; Highly developed organizational skills and the ability to meet deadlines; Ability to work under pressure to meet strict deadlines; Familiarity with using computers for organizing and maintaining documents; Strong communication skills and the ability to document, summarize and present information to attorneys; and Ability to work independently and in a team environment, including ability to train and oversee the work of others.



EEO – Protected Veterans/Disability * This firm is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for job applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact the firm Recruiting Team. This firm (US) is a leading global business law firm. This firm is committed to attracting, developing, and retaining the best people across the firm practice and business service groups. This firm is looking for collaborative, results oriented people who enjoy working in a fast paced environment and have exceptional problem solving skills. If you are a highly talented Paralegal - Real Estate interested in working closely with attorneys and clients while performing a range of substantive case and client matter related duties, the firm want to hear from you! This position is located in the Atlanta office. Relocation is available in accordance with the firm’s policy. Paralegals are a critical part of This firm’s client service teams, working side by side with lawyers, co-counsel and clients on an array of substantive client matters. The majority of the firm paralegals are career professionals. They work independently and on teams, locally, nationally, and globally. The Paralegal Team itself includes Case Assistants, Paralegals, Senior Paralegals and Paralegal Specialists. The firm offers ample opportunities for advancement and career development through formal and informal training and mentoring, and provide many opportunities to give back to the firm communities through pro bono work. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and/or Paralegal Certificate 5 years’ experience supporting a Commercial Real Estate practice group in a law firm environment Mortgage finance experience representing lenders Title and survey experience Electronic data room experience, Strong proficiency in Word, Excel, and Outlook Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, Strong organizational and attention to detail Preferred Requirements: Large firm experience, Experience with public/private partnerships, mixed use development, and resort development is a plus What will the firm day look like? You will assist in drafting real estate documents, preparing closing documents, conducting due diligence reviews and coordinating closings as required for commercial real estate transactions. This will include ordering, reviewing, and analyzing title commitments, recorded documents, and surveys. You will develop, monitor, and update closing and other checklists for real estate transactions. You will also assist with drafting documents for commercial, resort, and mixed use developments, as the firm as draft lease amendments for attorney review. This will require forming, partnerships, drafting organizational documents, and authority certificates and resolutions. All reporting and research will be delivered to the appropriate parties’, counsel, lenders, governmental agencies, vendors, etc. The firm offersexceptional career opportunities in an environment that is challenging, rewarding, and, the firm believe truly different from the firm competitors. The firm's employees enjoy a competitive benefits package and a dynamic and diverse environment in which they can build a long and fruitful career and reap the rewards of their success.


PPP 1874000 | Revenue 2835986000 | Total Attorney 4683 | Partners 655 | Counsel 175 | Associates 559 | Partner:Associate 1.2:1 | M:F Ratio 1.7:1 | Real Estate 205

AM100 firm has an immediate opening for an experienced commercial real estate and finance paralegal in its Atlanta, GA Office. All candidates must have either a Bachelor’s Degree and/or a paralegal certificate from an ABA approved paralegal program and ten years of prior commercial real estate and finance experience. Some responsibilities include the following: Review definitive transaction agreements for acquisitions, sales, loans, and other matters; prepare lists of critical dates memo and closing checklist; prepare escrow agreements and escrow deposits; prepare document amendments under attorney supervision; form/organize entities; obtain EIN; coordinate title and survey order and review; analysis of title and survey issues and coordinate curative steps; coordinate UCC/litigation/lien searches; coordinate delivery of final title/survey products for closing; prepare closing documents and coordinate finalizing closing statements; coordinate escrow closings; prepare settlement statement; E-file closing documents or prepare and send hard copy recording package to county; be proactive with post-closing tasks (obtain satisfaction of prior loans, confirm receipt of recorded closing documents; coordinate receipt of title policies, prepare closing binders); and constantly communicate with all parties involved in a transaction (seller and its counsel, purchaser and its counsel, lender and its counsel, brokers, title agent, surveyor). Candidates should possess strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication (oral and written) skills. All applicants should have an aptitude for detail; the ability to work efficiently, and to work under pressure with or without direct supervision. Each candidate must be able to handle multiple projects at the same time and be familiar with computerized databases and on-line services. Candidates must be flexible, have regular attendance and be willing to work overtime if necessary. Must provide minimum authorization to work in the United States. Resumes accepted only for job posted. Please click here to apply. The firm is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants receive consideration for employment and all employees are treated during employment without regard to race, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, physical or mental disability or veteran status.


PPP 782000 | Revenue 377900000 | Total Attorney 588 | Partners 281 | Counsel 81 | Associates 202 | Partner:Associate 1.4:1 | M:F Ratio 1.3:1 | Real Estate 4

Under the direction of real estate attorneys in the firm Atlanta office, the paralegal position will assist attorneys in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions, including documentation, due diligence,closing and post-closing activities for real estate acquisitions and dispositions, finance, leasing, development and construction projects. The firm's ideal candidate will have an interest in broad exposure to commercial real estate matters. Job Description • Take leadership role in all aspects of transaction management. • Order and/or review title commitments, exception documents and surveys, interfacing directly with the title company and surveyor to resolve any issuesor discrepancies. • Prepare and administer contract critical dates and closing checklists. • Prepare initial draft documents, amendments to agreements or leases and miscellaneous documents, including estoppel certificates and SNDAs, for attorney review. • Prepare clear and concise correspondence, escrow instructions letters, title and survey objection letters, open items lists, and other memoranda. • Order and coordinate delivery of containment letters. • Possess strong working knowledge of formation and basic governance of entities for use in review and preparation of organizational and authority documents. • Order and review certified entity documents, such as good standing, qualification and formation certificates. • Prepare and file UCC financing statements, order UCC lien and other searches and prepare summaries of lien search results, and record documents in various counties and states. • Prepare lease, title document and loan abstracts. • Review zoning reports, site plans and similar materials. • Prepare and review closing statements. • Prepare earnest money escrows and coordinate delivery of deposits. • Coordinate and assist with all other aspects of closings. • Attend to all post-closing requirements, including preparation of closing indices, preparation and organization of closing binders, and monitoring of all post-closing deliveries or requirements. • Must possess excellent legal research skills, including knowledge of electronic databases. • Other duties as assigned. Educational And Experience Requirements • Bachelor degree, or comparable experience preferred. • Seven years of previous experience in commercial real estate transactions/closings, including experience with acquisitions, dispositions, financings, leasing, construction and development.


PPP 1035000 | Revenue 667009000 | Total Attorney 961 | Partners 448 | Counsel 96 | Associates 348 | Partner:Associate 1.3:1 | M:F Ratio 1.8:1 | Real Estate 54

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.



Description: This AM50 global law firm currently has an excellent full-time employment opportunity in the Real Estate Department of the firm Fort Lauderdale office. The firm offers competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package. Position Summary: The Real Estate Paralegal is responsible for providing organizational and practice specific assistance to attorneys in the Real Estate Department in all stages of real estate transactions from pre- to post-closing duties. Demonstrates professionalism, attention to detail, and ability to handle multiple priorities and work in an organized, efficient manner at any given time. Supports the department with general administrative duties and special projects. Must be able to work overtime on an as-needed basis. Duties & Responsibilities: Assists in drafting, managing and organizing various documents related to real estate transactions, including escrow instructions, title and survey review, entity formations, UCC searches, local transfer requirements and due diligence. Utilizes, creates or establishes procedures to manage large, complex transactions; attends closings and manages closing room; coordinates workflow and manages and controls execution of closing documents; tracks, obtains and organizes pre- and post-closing documents to assure performance of obligations. Drafts closing documents including, but not limited to, basic agreements and third party consents; compiles information and prepares schedules and exhibits to agreements. Assists with post-closing matters including, but not limited to, mailings, closing binders and transfer agreements. Manages the preparation and filing of various documents, including amendments and closing documents, as the firm as preparation of opinions for partner approval. Maintains timely and accurate timekeeping records. Skills & Competencies: Ability to communicate professionally and interact effectively with all levels of personnel, including management staff and support staff. Ability to be a proactive self-starter who understands the details within a much larger context. Demonstrated attention to detail, reliability and ability to learn new technology quickly. Excellent client service skills and ability to work on multiple matters simultaneously in an organized manner and under minimal supervision. Flexibility and able to respond quickly and positively to shifting demands. Qualifications & Prior Experience: Minimum of 5 years of real estate paralegal experience within a law firm with demonstrated knowledge of complex issues within real estate practice area. Bachelor’s degree from accredited institution preferred. Paralegal certificate from an ABA certified paralegal program preferred. Proficiency with Windows-based software and Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook required. Requires manual dexterity and physical mobility, including the ability to move frequently (several times an the firm) from work station or desk to work independently or with team to organize documents/binders and retrieve files stored in vertical cabinets throughout the work area. Position requires ability to move from the work station or desk several times throughout the day and go to various offices to retrieve documents and meet with attorneys, and receive instructions. Position also requires the ability to work under pressure to meet strict deadlines. This firm is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.


PPP 1750000 | Revenue 1556740000 | Total Attorney 2107 | Partners 922 | Counsel 181 | Associates 558 | Partner:Associate 1.7:1 | M:F Ratio 1.9:1 | Real Estate 288

This firm is seeking a Real Estate Paralegal to join the Real Estate Practice Group in its Chicago office.



AM100 firm seeks a motivated and detail oriented Transactional/Real Estate Paralegal for the firm Dallas office. This firm is looking for a highly organized and resourceful individual to work in a fast-paced environment. Duties include, but are not limited to: drafting base form documents, coordinating with brokers and third parties for required disclosures and closing documents, file management, due diligence review of leases, contracts, title and survey, and other reports. Qualifications: The firm offers a professional work environment with competitive salary and excellent benefits. To apply: Please email cover letter and resume.



SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY: This position will work within three departments: Corporate, and Estate and Trust. The role requires frequent contact with others inside and outside the firm including immediate partners, associates, supervisor, members of other departments or other offices, clients, accountants, appraisers, and other professionals. Primary functions are described below, though PRIMARY REAL ESTATE FUNCTIONS: Analysis of title documents to ascertain current vesting and understand title concerns; coordination with title companies to resolve title issues and obtain title insurance and title insurance endorsements, Analysis of recording requirements and procedures in various counties Preparation of deeds, affidavits, deeds of trust and other real estate documents for recording Analysis of Proposition 13 reassessment issues and knowledge of structuring to avoid reassessment exclusion; preparation of related documents including change in ownership reports and reassessment exclusion claims Interface with County Assessor to address property tax issues PRIMARY CORPORATE FUNCTIONS: Prepare all documents required to form corporations (both business and nonprofit corporations), partnerships and limited liability companies in any state Coordinate filings with Secretaries of State in any state Understand and analyze various maintenance and operational issues facing entities; assist with compliance and coordination Prepare applications for tax-exempt status and various registrations required for tax-exempt organization, Prepare minutes, resolutions and other necessary paperwork Create and maintain corporate record books, Complete stock certificates and ledgers of shareholders and owners, Prepare documents to assign interests in various entities, Prepare purchase and sale documentation for various entities, Complete paperwork and processes to dissolve, convert and merge various entities. PRIMARY TRUST AND ESTATE FUNCTIONS: Responsible for all aspects of estate and trust administration in highly sophisticated environment, Inventory and valuation of assets, retitling and distribution of assets, Preparation of Federal estate and gift tax returns, Analysis of estate, gift, income and property tax issues Responsible for trust funding and continuing administration of trusts Preparation of documentation to transfer title to assets and provide for distributions to trust beneficiaries, including deeds, assignments, receipts and releases, Preparation of probate documents Preparation and review of cthe firmt filed fiduciary accountings SPECIFIC SKILLS DESIRED 5+ years as a corporate or estate and trust paralegal Strong working knowledge of Excel, Microsoft Word, and Outlook; Experience with Visio, document management systems (iManage or FileSite preferred) Solid command of the English language including excellent spelling, grammar, punctuation, form and style Strong communication skills: the ability to express self effectively, both orally and in writing Strong Interpersonal skills: the ability to establish effective working relationships with colleagues The ability to multi-task and work under strict deadlines with strong attention to detail Ability to work independently when/if required Familiarity with legal terminology pertinent to the area of assignment EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree preferred Compliance with California Business and Professions Code §6450




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