Legal Analyst

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Overview:
We see you in Amwins blue. Amwins is looking for a Legal Analyst to join our team in Charlotte, NC office. The successful candidate will possess a vibrant personality, excellent communication skills, great motivation, capacity to understand concepts and drive to succeed in a team environment.

This position has a hybrid schedule – 3 days in the Piedmont Row office and 2 remote.

As a member of our legal team, you will have the opportunity to grow your career with the largest independent wholesale insurance broker in the U.S.

Minimum qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree and preferably 3-5 + years’ experience in a corporation or law firm setting (paralegal certificate preferred but not required)
• Knowledge of contract and corporate law, and understanding of corporate business operations
• Experience with corporate Secretary of State filings and maintenance of corporate records
• Proficient in MS Office including Word, PDF, and Outlook; basic Excel and DocuSign familiarity

Key areas of responsibility:
• Secretary of State corporate filings
• Subsidiary entity management
• Maintenance of corporate minute books
• Litigation support, including maintaining litigation hold logs, retrieving documents for subpoena requests, preparing responses (including redacting documents and bates labeling) pursuant to subpoena requests
• Initial review and revision of contracts
• Legal research, as needed
• Coordinate execution of legal documents

Core competencies:
• High level of organization, accuracy and attention to detail
• Exemplary time management skills
• Self-motivated and driven to succeed
• Customer focused and skilled relationship builder

To qualified candidates, we offer:
• Compensation includes a competitive base salary
• Full benefit package including: Medical, Dental, Life, Disability and 401(k)
• Most benefits are available first day of employment
• Hybrid Schedule
• Collaborative, continuing education focused work environment
• Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) and Company Holiday Schedule