A rising star in the Arizona legal community, King previously served as a Corporate and Securities Partner at DLA Piper.
Paradox, the conversational AI platform helping talent acquisition teams at organizations like McDonald’s, CVS Health, and Unilever create the most candidate-centric hiring experiences on earth, announced today the hiring of Stephanie King as Chief Legal Officer and Chief of Staff.
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.@ParadoxOlivia, the conversational AI platform helping talent acquisition teams create the most candidate-centric hiring experiences on earth, announced today the hiring of Stephanie King as Chief Legal Officer and Chief of Staff.
King joins Paradox from DLA Piper, one of the largest business law firms in the world. There, she served as a corporate and securities partner, leading more than $1 billion in strategic transactions and the firm’s Phoenix-based emerging growth and venture capital practice. At Paradox, she’ll focus on corporate development, with an emphasis on acquisitions and the company’s continued international expansion; direct the company’s global legal operations; and serve as a strategic partner to the CEO on special projects.
“I’ve had the good fortune of knowing Stephanie for a number of years, so I’ve witnessed first-hand her incredible attention to detail and keen ability to assess strategic investments and partnerships,” said Paradox founder and CEO Aaron Matos. “It’s rare to find someone with her level of skill in corporate transactions coupled with her comprehensive experience helping high-growth clients like Paradox navigate their rapid international expansion. We’re thrilled to add her to the team.”
During her career at DLA Piper, King led hundreds of strategic transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, and other financing transactions. She also brings extensive experience managing all aspects of organizations’ legal representation, advising on a wide variety of legal issues and serving as outside general counsel to dozens of growth-stage technology companies across the country.
Recently, the respected research firm Chambers & Partners recognized her in Chambers USA as an “Up and Coming” lawyer and previously recognized her as an “Associate to Watch” for her “burgeoning practice in the Arizona corporate market.”
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