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Location : South Carolina - Spartanburg
Refer to Job # OXMA721935
Family Law Associate Attorney Candidate will assist with complex divorce, child custody, and other family law matters. Will work closely with and report directly to the firm s Senior Partner. Will involve the following types of work: Legal Drafting: Preparing drafts of pleadings, court orders, and other documents for review by the Senior Partner. Assisting in the development of discovery plans on cases and drafting Interrogatories, Request for Production, Requests for Admission, Subpoenas, etc. to obtain the desired information. Conducting legal research and drafting briefs and legal memoranda, as needed. Reviewing incoming case documents and creating summaries for review by the Senior Partner and other team members. Documents to be reviewed include financial records, tax returns, business documents, healthcare and educational records, etc. Helping prepare for depositions by researching relevant issues, developing outlines of questions for witnesses, and preparing associated documents and exhibits. Working closely with the Senior Partner and other team members to ensure that all necessary information is obtained, prepared, reviewed, and organized for court appearances (motion hearings, trials, etc.). This will include ensuring all necessary affidavits, financial exhibits, evidence/exhibits, etc. are prepared with specificity, organized in such a way to make a compelling presentation to the court, and summarized for the Senior Partner s easy review in preparation for hearings.
Qualifications: Must be admitted to practice in South Carolina. 2+ years experience in family law litigation is preferred. Must be able to take direction, learn quickly, work independently on projects, meet deadlines, and produce excellent quality work. Meticulous research capabilities, critical thinking, top-notch writing skills, and first-rate academic credentials are required. Must be computer literate and tech savvy, attuned to the importance of organization and visual presentation of information, and be proficient with paperless systems. Candidates must also be detail-oriented, analytical, and able to work independently as well as in a team environment.
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