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The Red Hat Legal team is looking for a talented Corporate Legal Specialist to join its subsidiary management team in Raleigh, NC. In this role, you will have the opportunity to directly contribute to Red Hat’s ongoing success as a global technology leader by helping us expand and maintain our global business of approximately 70 entities in 40+ countries. You’ll have the opportunity to gain meaningful familiarity with our global business and to quickly become an integral member of our Legal team. You’ll need to have excellent problem-solving skills and judgment and an ability to thrive in a fast-paced, changing environment. As a Corporate Legal Specialist, you’ll need to be meticulously organized, able to pay attention to detail, thriving on quickly learning new and complex concepts, and enjoying interaction with people from different functional and geographical backgrounds. You’ll also need to have excellent writing skills and ability to communicate with colleagues and outside counsel around the world about complex issues in an accurate, concise, and thorough manner.
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