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Location : Texas - Houston
Refer to Job # KIXP794557
Senior Paralegal/Office Manager Duties: Drafting discovery, thorough knowledge of TRCP and FRCP rules which apply to trial preparation (i.e., 18.001 s, TRCP 203, business record affidavits, etc.), e-filing, preparing trial notebooks, ordering medical records, signing-up new cases, setting up medical appointments,, responding to client inquiries, scheduling depositions, coordinating with record retrieval companies and deposition companies, Tracking and documenting any subrogation liens, Utilizing E- File Texas for document preparation and e-filing, Conducting factual and Legal Research using LEXIS and/or other online facilities, perform general and/or administrative paralegal duties, including maintaining files, writing memos and corresponding with clients and opposing counsel, Updating client case management file (Filevine). Managing litigation dockets by taking ownership of your files. Client management. Assisting attorneys in preparation for hearings and trials. Investigating and fact-finding for cases. Assisting in preparing legal documents such as legal arguments, motions, contracts and agreements. Organizing, indexing and tracking files. Analyzing and organizing information to produce reports. Providing administrative support for attorneys in court and at the offices.
Qualifications: 2 years A? experience in personal injury/mass tort litigation. Preferred Education: Associate degree in paralegal studies. Certification from the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA) or the American Alliance Certified Paralegal (AACP) credential offered by the American Alliance of Paralegals, Inc. Preferred Skills: Excellent organizational and logic skills. Excellent Computer Skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, Microsoft 365).
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