Corporate Innovation Attorney Job in Wheeling, WV Near Me - 253036 |

Corporate Innovation Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location West Virginia - Wheeling

Job ID BZ4X253036

Job Experience Midlevel Associate

Practice Areas Corporate - M&A

2022-06-27 02:41:00

Wheeling office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a corporate innovation attorney with 4+ years of experience as an M&A attorney in a large law firm. The candidate will support the M&A and Private Equity (MAPE) group in the process of redesigning, from the ground up, its workflows, and how it delivers legal services to clients and over time may contribute to and manage similar projects in other Corporate practice groups as needed. Will lead efforts to develop and improve the use of practice content to streamline the delivery of legal services. Maintain and automate MAPE's precedent library, and create a new precedent. Coordinate the maintenance and organization of deal documents and libraries for MAPE and other corporate practice groups. Identify relevant practice content in collaboration with the firm's Research and Information team, including third-party resources and forms, and integrate them into practice workflows. Identify additional areas of opportunity for practice content sharing and creation, and process improvements. Oversee the MAPE-focused training curriculum and coordinate the delivery of training programming. Support, coordinate, and lead projects to develop and improve client-facing solutions, including: streamlining and improving client/deal intake and scoping; designing and improving solutions to share deal metrics and data with client and team; and capturing and leveraging deal and experience data to improve future transactions. Support, coordinate, and lead projects to streamline and improve the delivery of legal services within MAPE and other corporate practice groups, including: supporting the firm's data strategy, including tracking deal data, monitoring usage of practice content and resources, and capturing experience data; leading projects to digitalize the practice, including automation, data capture and use of online resources; understanding the firm's available resources and technology, and developing best practices and other programs to drive teams and tasks to the "right" resources (whether people, process or technology); and serving as a one-on-one resource for practice resource questions and issues. Regularly evaluate MAPE's efficient delivery of legal services through internal data, external benchmarking, and monitoring trends in the market. Educate MAPE and other corporate practice group attorneys and legal professionals on practice content, client-facing solutions, firm resources, technology, and other initiatives to improve legal services, and lead efforts to improve utilization, as needed. Communicate and consult with administrators, attorneys, paralegals, and staff on practice content, efficiency, client solutions, legal service initiatives, and projects. Develop and maintain case studies for MAPE and other corporate practice groups for use in marketing and business development, and develop and maintain portal pages and other resources for practice resources. Admission to practice in good standing in a US jurisdiction is required.

The candidate must have a J.D. degree from an accredited university or college. Must have superior written and verbal communication skills with demonstrated ability to present complex ideas to attorneys, managers, clients, and the general public in layman's terms. Should have the ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization and/or specific direction exists. Familiarity with best practices and technology to manage workflows, documents, and communications is needed. An understanding of the importance and relevance of knowledge management, practice and project management, and efficiency to help the firm meet its overall business plan is essential. Excellent analytical, project management, prioritization, and organization skills are required. Strong interpersonal and customer service skills, coupled with a positive outlook, are a must. Public relations and diplomacy skills must be excellent. Should have the availability to travel, as necessary. Must have the desire and ability to work beyond the position's written duties and assist on other projects and initiatives, as needed.

This global law firm has 25 offices that focus on the technology, financial and energy sectors, but also practice in corporate and litigation. This is their Wheeling, West Virginia office.

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The estimated salary for this position
is $192,757*.

$192.8 K

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