Corporate GovernanceExp.: 5+ Years
Among the tasks for which the Public Companies Resource Attorney will be responsible are:
Keeping current on all legal and regulatory developments relevant to the Public Companies practice group
Developing topics for and assisting in the preparation of client alerts and similar publications
Developing practice resources that will enhance the exchange of know-how within the Public Companies practice group and facilitate interaction with clients and prospective clients
Creating, maintaining and updating archives of work product and know-how within the Public Companies practice group
Maintaining and updating forms and templates as appropriate for the Public Companies practice group, and ensuring forms reflect current legal developments, industry-accepted terms and input from attorney’s within the practice group
Collecting and providing information to the Marketing department to assist that team with responses to RFPs and other opportunities for business development
Coordinating with Professional Development to ensure and enhance the skills development of members of the Public Companies practice group
Coordinating with Information Services to assess available technologies and to develop new solutions that can be used to leverage efficiencies within the practice group, as well as the delivery of services by the Public Companies practice group
Skills & Experience:
A resource attorney must be a licensed attorney with significant prior experience in the Public Company practice area they will support.
A successful Public Company resource attorney will possess and demonstrate many, if not all, of the following attributes:
Mastery of the substantive area of practice undertaken by the Public Company practice group
Knowledge of the industries that Cooley regularly advises
Excellent written and verbal communication and drafting skills
Confident and engaging presenter
Strong intellectual ability, interpersonal and technical skills
Organizational and time management skills; attention to detail
A minimum of 5 years of experience in the practice of representing Public Companies in current and periodic reporting as well as Corporate Governance is required.
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