• Analyst

    Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta
    Job ID 2019-1986
    Practice Assistants
  • Overview

    The Atlanta Office of a national, AmLaw 100 law firm is seeking qualified applicants for a Corporate Analyst position working directly with attorneys in the Private Equity and Venture Capital Practice.  The ideal candidate is a recent graduate from an accredited 4-year college or university who is considering law school or wants to learn more about the legal profession and is interested in working for 2 years prior to pursuing further education. 


    Tasks performed may include: 

    • Assisting team leaders with client and workflow management
    • Basic document drafting and preparation
    • Assisting attorneys with corporate compliance at the local, state, and federal level
    • Researching corporate records in a variety of jurisdictions, conducting legal research as necessary, and analyzing market data
    • Handling administrative duties to support the legal team in its day to day activities in a wide variety of legal areas, and
    • Effectively communicating with clients and attorneys at all levels


    • Ability to meet deadlines and adapt quickly to changing timeframes
    • Must be highly organized, detail-oriented, efficient and have the capacity to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment
    • Ability to problem solve and communicate with all levels of personnel and to document and present information to attorneys
    • Must be able to prioritize, manage tasks, and handle a variety of demands
    • Ability to work overtime to accommodate projects as needed
    • Proficient in Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
    • Education or experience in business is a plus

    To apply, please submit resume along with cover letter.


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