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      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOThe Paralegal will be a key member of our Legal team, dedicated to supporting Corporate legal matters. Among other things, this role will:• Manage corporate policy implementation, responding rapidly to policy inquiries and assisting with compliance initiatives;• Provide input on requests for proposals and ‘Know Your Customer’ data requests;• Be fluent in corporate governance, including documentation, voting process, support of governance committees and teaming across global and local functions;• Support entity management, including formation, annual compliance actions, and maintenance of organizational data repository;• Manage compliance and exception review for key BCG internal policies;• Build and maintain internal knowledge management repository;• Perform legal research; • Act as key resource for others and thought partner with attorneys; and• Perform other duties as assigned or required.YOU'RE GOOD ATThe following technical and functional expertise is desired for this role:• Critical thinker with a creative and employee-focused mindset aligned to the principles (rather than arbitrary rules) that maintain BCG’s outstanding record as an employer of choice;• Superior analytical skills and creative problem-solving ability, with an appreciation for striking a practical balance between business and legal objectives;• Talent for absorbing new skill sets and areas of expertise quickly and comfortably and the flexibility to deal with a diverse international set of stakeholders and advisors;• The ability to quickly comprehend complex sets of international laws and regulations and interpret those laws within the context of BCG’s global policies;• A positive, dynamic, business-focused approach;• Providing thorough analysis and evaluation, exercising sound judgement in the resolution of complex issues;• Flexible and adaptable to rapidly changing priorities and ability to stay focused;• The ability to work independently on multiple, simultaneous assignments with minimal supervision;• Perform successfully and produce results in a fast-paced, intellectually intense, client-oriented environment;• Operate with a high degree of confidentiality and discretion;• Be a pragmatic, high-energy professional, with personal and professional self-confidence; and• Have the interpersonal skills necessary to build relationships throughout a loosely structured, highly collaborative and consensus driven organization. YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• Bachelor’s Degree preferred;• Paralegal Certification;• 3+ years of corporate law experience, with law firm or relevant experience as a paralegal in a large in-house environment preferred;• Knowledge of US corporate law in general and a specific understanding of Massachusetts corporate law requirements;• Proficient in MS office applications – Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint;• Outstanding interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills;• Excellent organizational skills;• Self-starter who drives individual projects and takes ownership of outcomes;• Notary Public preferred.YOU'LL WORK WITHA variety of cohorts and functions across the company, including local and global stakeholders, members of the BCG Global Legal Team, Finance, Tax, and the Partnership. You will report into the corporate group within the Legal Team.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONEffective November 1, 2021, all new US hires must be fully vaccinated* or subject to a religious or medical exemption. *two weeks after receiving the final dose of a WHO-approved COVID19 vaccine
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOBCG is partnering with our clients to tackle some of the world’s biggest and most pressing challenges. Grounded by our values and guided by our purpose, we are unlocking the potential of those who advance the world. Our Global Legal Team is a key enabler of our firm’s success, helping to drive impact and progress across a number of important dimensions. As a Legal team member, you will work across BCG teams and functions to support our business growth strategy, provide counsel and expertise, drive legal innovation, and leverage the power of new ways of working in our journey to become an industry best team. Strategic alliances are a key part of continuing to progress the way the firm meets the ever-evolving needs of clients and markets. BCG is seeking an experienced candidate with relevant alliance experience to help operate and optimize BCG’s strategic alliances engagements and opportunities.The Legal Counsel – Strategic Partnerships position requires a skilled lawyer, able to independently address the full range of global legal issues relating to alliances, partnerships, and generally non-client/non-revenue generating contracting. A particular expertise in commercial contracting is valued. The geographic focus is global. Among other things, you will:• Be a fully integrated member of BCG’s Global Legal Team, with a primary focus on negotiating, drafting, and reviewing strategic partnership agreements, subcontractor agreements, teaming agreements, sponsorship agreements, IP licensing, and publication agreements with a focus on intellectual property, competition and conflicts of interest issues;• Support BCG’s inorganic growth especially social impact and nonprofit initiatives;• Advise and guide the business on strategic partnerships, the risks and issues of various partnership structures and alternative approaches;• Be experienced in quickly and independently reviewing legal documents and issue-spotting;• Implement and help develop and champion BCG strategic partnership and other policies and processes;• Team with other members of BCG’s legal team to provide thought leadership and advice on matters relating to alliances and partnerships;• Work seamlessly with other BCG functions to provide practical, actionable advice and resolve legal issues;• Contribute to developing and maintaining Legal Team intellectual property, including template forms and other materials;• Perform other duties as assigned or required.YOU'RE GOOD ATAn individual successful in this position will excel in:• Superior analytical skills and creative problem-solving ability, with an appreciation for striking a practical balance between business and legal objectives• Talent for absorbing new skill sets and areas of expertise quickly and comfortably and the flexibility to deal with a diverse international set of clients and advisors • The ability to quickly comprehend complex sets of international laws and regulations and interpret those laws within the context of BCG’s global policies• A positive, dynamic, client-focused approach to legal practice• Ability to perform successfully and produce results in a fast-paced, intellectually intense, client-oriented environment• Being a pragmatic, high-energy professional, with personal and professional self-confidence• Being proactive, hardworking, and a team player who leads by being persuasive and credible• Having the interpersonal skills necessary to build relationships throughout a loosely structured organizationYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• Graduate degree ( ) in Law from an accredited law school and admitted to practice• 5+ years of commercial contracting, partnership, alliance agreement and/or corporate experience with international exposure• 2+ years with a reputable law firm or in a sophisticated in-house legal department; prior in-house experience preferred• Excellent written and oral communication skills• English fluencyYOU'LL WORK WITHA variety of cohorts and functions across the company, including senior consulting and business services team leadership, and members of the BCG Corporate Development and Global Alliance teams. You will report into the corporate group within the Legal Team.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONEffective November 1, 2021, all new US hires must be fully vaccinated* or subject to a religious or medical exemption. *two weeks after receiving the final dose of a WHO-approved COVID19 vaccine
      • islington, london
      • full-time
      • Hiring People
      Our client is an established and highly regarded solicitors practice based close to the City of London in a thriving and cosmopolitan area of Upper Street, Islington.The firm provides a wide range of legal advice and assistance primarily to commercial and high net worth national and international clients.An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Legal Secretary to provide support to the property department. The ideal candidate will have between 2-5 years of residential and commercial property legal experience.The role requires accurate and fast typing; you will have a typing speed of 65+ with knowledge of using a digital dictation system.You will be responsible for assisting their solicitors in a variety of tasks including:•Opening new matters on their case management system and dealing with AML & KYC requirements;•Preparing correspondence and documents through digital dictation and word processing,•Organising, and filing documents;•Carrying out conveyancing searches;•Preparing and submitting applications to the Land Registry and dealing with post completion matters;•Preparing financial statements and invoices;•Diary management;•General administration.Experience in a legal environment is essential.In order to succeed in the role, the candidate must work well as part of a team as well as being able to use their own initiative. The role will require the individual to possess excellent communication and organisational skills, as well as being able to multi-task and prioritise work, think proactively and be flexible.In return, you will receive a competitive salary and the opportunity to develop your own professional skills in a fast-paced yet friendly environment.This is an immediate vacancy and at this stage applications are being requested by 20th May 2022 with interviews to follow thereafter. Any entries after this date will not be considered.Salary & Location:•Salary: £28,000 – £32,000•Location: Islington, London N1How to ApplyIf this role is of interest and you would like to learn more, please attach your CV to the link provided and our client will be in direct contact.

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