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The Martin Luther King Jr. Articling Program offers talented law students a 10-week paid opportunity to spend their summer learning about the real world of legal aid advocacy. Work under the supervision of experienced lawyers in offices and projects across the state, bringing legal theory to life by doing substantive work on real cases for real clients. Real Estate Paralegal The candidate will perform basic accounting. Should preferably have a secondary school or equivalent education. 1 year experience in real estate paralegal and Microsoft Office is preferred. Paralegal The candidate will assist with residential and commercial real estate contracts and transactions. Must have experience with SoftPro, ProTrust, current title insurance companies and several lenders. Should have strong interpersonal communication skills desirable when dealing with clients, real estate agents and lenders.

You have experience supporting legal and/or compliance professionals in a law firm or legal department. Fast and tactful on a variety of. The summer associate candidate will have the opportunity to gain a second work experience in an often unpredictable legal labour market. Work on research and writing projects in various practice areas. Commercial Litigation Paralegal (part-time) The candidate must have strong technological skills and capabilities, knowledge of court records (particularly through PACER), MS Office Suite – Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. Must have a university degree (bachelor`s degree for a paralegal designation; Partner for a legal assistant designation) and previous litigation experience. The Legal Assistant will be responsible for working with a lawyer and a paralegal/manager to carry out the day-to-day operations of the law firm including. Familiarity with transcripts of court proceedings.

Quality managers use their knowledge and skills as a professional transcriber to.. Knowledge of citation research and legal terminology. 5 years of secretarial experience in the legal framework. adapt and/or write letters on your own initiative. Real Estate Partner The candidate will draft and negotiate purchase agreements and closing documents. Commercial leasing transactions. Zoning, land use and condominiums. Should have 4+ years of experience in real estate law or related transactional law; real estate financing transactions; Acquisition and sale of real estate.

Should be able to learn and adopt new skills and best practices as the position evolves and business needs change; Ability to work well. We offer a robust community transcription network as well as above-market pay rates with the ability to increase based on quality assessment and. Duties of the Billing Coordinator: The candidate will be a member of the accounting department. Supports billing function for the assigned practice and/or office. Work closely with lawyers to review and process pro forma forms (printed and paperless), initiate wire transfers, write-off requests and mark-ups before sending them to the designated billing specialist. Monitor work in progress, provide reports and communicate with lawyers as required. Identify and pay the invoice. We recommend being able to commit to at least 20 hours per week.

Have a high school diploma or equivalent. Typing speed of at least 65 WPM. The Senior Associate or Senior Counsel candidate of L&E Benefits must hold a JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school with excellent academic qualifications. Must have 5-10 years of experience in executive benefits and compensation. Should preferably have experience in preparing and reviewing employee benefit plan documents and plan summary descriptions for defined contributions, defined benefits, social plans, trust agreements, employment contracts, HIPAA compliance. The candidate must have a JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Excellent academic degrees and 7 years of transactional and regulatory experience in healthcare. Should have experience working with healthcare and industry clients on transactional matters, including business formation, restructuring, mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures; Development of new service offerings or partnerships; and the construction of new or replacement men. Senior Real Estate Attorney The candidate must have a JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school with excellent academic qualifications. Must have 10+ years of experience in real estate law or related transactional law. Should preferably have experience in: real estate financing transactions; real estate acquisitions and disposals; Preparation and negotiation of purchase contracts and closing documents; commercial leasing transactions; and zoning, land use and.

The intermediate-level associate candidate must have a JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school with excellent academic qualifications. Should preferably have 3-6 years of experience with derivatives, including interest rate swaps, currencies, commodities and other derivatives, as well as in the preparation, review and trading of ISDA and other OTC and cleared documents; and experience in advising clients on regulatory compliance. Lawyer roles: Work with real estate investment and infrastructure teams on complex transactions in commercial real estate and infrastructure; Support our real estate business by working with asset managers on operational real estate matters; Support our portfolio management teams in the creation and management of new mixed real estate and infrastructure funds; Support our strategic initiatives and projects, often in a cross-border context. Work with a team of dedicated lawyers. New Associate Program The candidate will be an integral part of the business, develop product- and function-specific skills, and interact closely with senior professionals and clients. Should preferably have 2-5 years of work experience and a graduate degree such as an MBA, J.D., MD or LL.M. degree. Start date: Summer 2022 Application starts: 1. July 2022 Lawyer The candidate must have excellent academic qualifications. Everett Scholarship The fellowship offers one-year law professor positions that advocate on behalf of low-income North Carolinians in rural areas. Responsible for managing a general workload in the traditional areas of poverty law practice on behalf of clients living in rural areas. Case types generally concern housing, employment, consumers, households and/or public services.

Fellows begin their service each year in September. Receives contact information from callers and makes it available to judges as required. Data and stamps when received by walkins.