Imagine what you could do here. At Apple, new ideas have a way of becoming great products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your job and there’s no telling what you could accomplish.
Do you love taking on big challenges without precedent? Do you possess a deep knowledge of the legal field and a passion for innovation? We do, and as a part of our Legal group, you’ll help uphold Apple’s high ethical and corporate standards. Working for a company that invents entire categories and industries means you’ll be challenged to creatively apply your legal expertise to cutting-edge and often unexplored aspects of the law. Together with your team, you’ll provide the critical support needed worldwide for all Apple products and businesses.
Apple’s Corporate Law group is looking for a U.S. corporate and securities attorney to join the team.
Duties and Responsibilities:
This role will advise on US corporate and securities matters, including public company regulations, corporate secretary and governance matters, subsidiary and legal entity management, and transactional support. This role requires a highly proficient knowledge of SEC and Nasdaq rules, as well as state corporate law. Additional areas of responsibility will include support on environmental, social and governance matters and disclosures.
Skills and Competencies:
*At least 4 years experience working on public company matters and transactions
*Experience assisting with Environmental, Social and Governance matters and reporting initiatives is preferred
*Prior in-house corporate law experience a plus but not required
*Ability to clearly organize and inform through excellent written and verbal communications
*Excellent ability to analyze problems and come up with practical, workable solutions
*Best suited for a self-starter who is curious, embraces technology and thrives in a dynamic environment
*Strong collaboration skills to successfully work across business functions and geographies
JD or equivalent, excellent academic credentials, and admission to at least one US state bar required.