Corporate Paraprofessional

Toronto, ON M5H 3S1 | Direct Hire

Job ID: 58485 Industry: Legal

Corporate Legal Paraprofessional 

Salary up to $110K + Benefits + RRSP's

Our client, a well-respected law firm in Downtown Toronto, seeks a Corporate Paraprofessional to join their growing Corporate & Securities Law group. The successful candidate will bring ten years' experience as a Corporate Legal Paraprofessional ideally from a mid to large sized firm.  The Corporate Legal Paraprofessional will perform a variety of legal and administrative duties as well as coordinating and drafting complex transactions.  You will work in a collaborative team environment and liaise with clients, lawyers, and other stakeholders to build and maintain strong working relationships.   If you thrive in a fast paced and dynamic work environment and have experience in either Corporate of Securities Law, then this may the opportunity for you!

Responsibilities:

  • Assist lawyers by preparing legal documents, coordinating and drafting complex transactions, and other maintenance tasks and filings
  • Conduct corporate and securities searches and analyzing filings
  • Liaise with clients, lawyers, students and public officials to maintain clear lines of communication and build strong working partnerships
  • Draft documents to implement incorporations, organizations, amalgamations, changes in corporate charter, annual proceedings, dividends, continuances, dissolutions, revivals, extra-provincial registrations, licenses, limited partnerships and business names
  • Maintain and review corporate records, securities ledgers and registers, and taking appropriate rectification steps
  • Draft complex share conditions and documents pertaining to corporate reorganizations, financings, share and asset purchase transactions and tax reorganizations

Requirements:

  • 10 or more years' experience as a Corporate Legal Paraprofessional ideally from a mid to large sized firm
  • Working experience with transactions, Securities law experience is an asset
  • Excellent knowledge of federal and provincial corporate statutes and corporate procedures
  • A professional attitude with the ability to use discretion when dealing with confidential information
  • Client focused with a positive attitude and a team player
  • Flawless communication and organizational skills
  • An ability to work independently, accurately and efficiently on multiple files simultaneously

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