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Location : North Carolina - Charlotte
Refer to Job # MOQR845119
This large, prestigious Chicago based law firm with offices throughout the US has established itself as being the premier, if not the best, labor and employment powerhouse firms in the nation. It now provides a range of legal services, including corporate and business law, general litigation, environmental and other related matters. Its clients include Fortune 500 companies, industrial and manufacturing companies, banks and brokerage houses, healthcare institutions, transportation companies and other media conglomerates. The atmosphere is light and confident, as the lawyers are assured that their expertise is rarely rivaled by many of the other firms. Compensation is the top of the market, and associates are expected to work long hours. This firm offers tremendous growth opportunities for resourceful and energetic attorneys.
Real Estate Paralegal The candidate will order and review title commitments, exception documents, and surveys interfacing directly with the title company, surveyor, and overseeing attorney to resolve any issues or discrepancies. Prepare and administer contract critical dates and closing checklists. Track and assist overseeing attorney with a review of due diligence and entitlement documents such as zoning analyses, traffic studies, noise studies, environmental assessments, and permits. Participate in conference calls with attorneys, clients, developers, and other interested parties. Coordinate and assist with all aspects of closings, including preparation of conveyance documents, closing statements, and other closing documents. Finalize and deliver all post-closing requirements, including preparation of closing indices and closing binders. Prepare clear and concise correspondence and memoranda. Prepare initial draft documents, amendments to agreements, and miscellaneous documents, including estoppel certificates, SNDAs, and additional miscellaneous documents for attorney review. Review organizational and authority documents. Order UCC Lein and other searches. Should have 5 years of experience in commercial real estate transactions, including experience with acquisitions, dispositions, financing, and leasing. Law firm and in-house experience will be considered (prior experience as a paralegal is desired, but prior relevant real estate experience will also be considered). A Bachelor's degree and/or paralegal certificate preferred. Should have proficiency in Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, and Outlook. Should have Strong writing, organizational, and communication skills; extensive knowledge of grammar, spelling, punctuation, and legal terminology.
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