San Francisco, CA


Our client, an AmLaw50 law firm, has an opening for a Senior Paralegal within their Finance and Projects Group.


Paralegal Responsibilities

  • Apply broad set of knowledge and skills to effectively manage complex cases, demonstrating insight into legal procedures, project management, cost efficiencies, and collaborative skills; effectively identify, promote, and apply technologies to maximize efficiency in carrying out assignments.
  • Manage complex cases; develop relationships, internally and externally, to gather data and information and to create networks of relevant resources and services.
  • Manage multiple concurrent projects and prioritize assignments appropriately; determine and implement effective organizational and procedural methods.
  • Review and analyze documents and data, perform procedural and factual research with understanding of client, matter, and business needs; provide insightful analysis, recommendations, and solutions to further case objectives.
  • Create and maintain, or oversee maintenance of, files, documents, and data.
  • Prepare and edit a range of written materials, including correspondence, memoranda, drafts of legal documents, and factual analyses.
  • Oversee and provide guidance to other paralegals and temporary staff, as needed, through training and mentoring; provide feedback as appropriate on performance.
  • Comply with administrative requirement to meet billable expectations; prepare and release timenotes on a daily basis; prepare and submit timecards on a weekly basis.

Finance and Projects Responsibilities

  • Assist with entity formation, including checking corporate name availability, reserving corporate names, and preparing drafts of corporate organizational documents.
  • Assist with ongoing operations of corporations and corporate records maintenance;   prepare foreign qualifications, withdrawals, and dissolutions.
  • Assist with and coordinate corporate closings, public offerings, acquisitions and mergers, and other corporate transactions.
  • Assist with due diligence procedures, including online and factual searches, as well as organization of due diligence materials and working with virtual data rooms.
  • Review, prepare and file UCC financing, continuation and termination statements; initiate and analyze UCC search results; research filing requirements in various states and calendar expiration dates for UCC filings.
  • Prepare and file documents for ongoing corporate operations.  Organize, review and maintain corporate records.  May prepare stock option agreements and stock certificates and maintain stock ledgers and capitalization table.
  • Proofread and redline documents.
  • Conduct research and perform library and online searches.
  • May assist with preparation of response to auditor letters.


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Seven years of relevant experience in practice area or comparable work experience preferred.
  • Ability to work independently and meet deadlines with minimal supervision.
  • Strong sense of accountability, taking ownership over projects and responsibilities and resolving issues proactively.
  • Ability to follow complex instructions with high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work concurrently on a variety of projects, and work effectively under pressure.
  • Ability to research, analyze, synthesize, and communicate large amounts of complex data.
  • Excellent writing and communication skills.
  • Ability to develop strong interpersonal relationships that further teamwork and client service objectives.
  • Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office programs, including Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Flexibility to work overtime as needed to meet business and client needs.


The salary range for this role is


Salary: $90,000 – $134,000
Date Active: 9.27.2023
Exempt/Not Exempt: Non-Exempt