McGuireWoods LLP

  • Transactional Paralegal - Private Equity/Debt Finance

    Job Location US-TX-Dallas
    Pos. Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    McGuireWoods LLP has an opening for a M&A, Debt Finance and Corp Transactional Paralegal in our Dallas, Texas office.  This role is responsible for providing legal support services as assigned, which includes drafting corporate formation and ancillary transaction documents, filing various corporate and UCC documents and filings, assisting with closing process and post-closing tasks including preparation of closing sets, and other routine activities related to the Firm’s various practice areas.


    McGuireWoods LLP is a global law firm with a legacy reaching back more than 175 years.  We are strong in the traditional legal practices such as litigation and corporate law, but we are also leaders in rapidly expanding fields such as data privacy and security, the life sciences, private equity, and healthcare, among many others.  We offer the opportunity to grow through an extensive range of legal practice areas and industries, and to work in locations around the world.  Perhaps the most attractive aspect of joining our firm is the opportunity to work with our lawyers and leaders, all of whom reflect the value McGuireWoods places on experience, talent and diversity.  For more information, please visit



    • Conducts research using LEXIS, Westlaw or other relevant research platforms to support the needs of the client. 
    • Performs basic factual research and investigation related to client matters and other due diligence as appropriate. 
    • Collects, organizes and maintains documents and files related to legal matters, including documents received from the client, opposing parties or other sources. 
    • Manages calendars, docket and tickler systems, and assists in meeting deadlines. 
    • Drafts routine correspondence and memoranda for attorneys and more senior level paralegals as requested. 


    • Four year degree preferred, or one to three years of relevant work experience. 
    • Paralegal Certification from an ABA accredited program preferred. 
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
    • Ability to work well with colleagues and peers, and interact in a professional and courteous manner. 


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