GLC Assistant Counsel

GLC Assistant Counsel



To provide legal advice and counsel to AAIS staff regarding insurance regulatory compliance for all AAIS insurance products and to advise and provide counsel in support of management and operations for AAIS.


Job Responsibilities:

1. Monitor, research and analyze regulatory changes, legislative changes and case law to determine their impact on AAIS products, notifying and advising the appropriate program area of these changes and providing legal review and assistance of all proposed responses to these changes.

2. Act as the conduit for engaging and responding to state and federal regulators on all matters regarding the regulation of AAIS Products and to provide comment as approved by AAIS senior staff for proposed rules, regulations or legislation pending before regulators or legislatures.

3. Provide legal review and support to all program areas of AAIS including the development of new insurance programs, products, and services offered by AAIS.

4. Provide legal support, review and advice for AAIS management and operations, which may include but is not limited to the review of contracts, agreements, and any legal actions for which AAIS may be a party.

5. Attend conferences, public hearings, and other events to promote the AAIS brand, to continue to network with other insurance professionals and to be informed on industry activity in order to better advise our client.


Product Owner:

The Assistant Counsel functions as product owner for Westlaw and Court Link Review. In this role, they are responsible for prioritizing and managing the product work stream and backlog in order to achieve the desired outcome that a product development team seeks to accomplish. They work with the Product Manager, Scrum Masters and development team to ensure the charter business goals are translated to clear features and deliverables.  Develop Features and prioritize work with the team.  Establish clear, measurable acceptance criteria and sign off on work products.


Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

Required computer literacy and ability to review and understand regulations, rules, statutes and case law requirements.


Effective communication skills (both written and oral).



Law degree with minimum 4 - 8 years of insurance legal or regulatory compliance experience, preferably in areas property and casualty insurance business.


CPCU designation desired


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