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Location : District of Columbia - Washington
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Paralegal (Entry-Level) Duties: Conduct statutory, regulatory or factual research with respect to client matters. Such research might include investigation of federal or state laws and regulations, relevant markets, corporate participants and industry standards and practices. Conduct research of legislative history, current bills and legislation, and related authorities and assist in preparation of advocacy efforts before the Administration and Congress. Participate in due diligence, privilege and other reviews of client records and files. Assist with organization of client materials and attorney work product, including use of databases, imaging systems and other computer-based technology. Maintain pleadings files and other case or project records; circulate materials to project team, as needed. Maintain chronological records of project activity. Arrange filings, mailings and service list deliveries with appropriate courts, government agencies (such as FCC, FDA, CMS, HHS, DOJ, and EPA) and other parties. Under the supervision of an attorney, draft, edit, cite-check, conform and otherwise assist in the preparation of legal documents. Prepare binders of completed transactions. Obtain services from outside contractors, including court reporters, research services, exhibit preparation services, filing services and printers. Process billing and disbursement paperwork in connection with those services. Act as liaison for the project team with support departments and other offices of the firm, anticipating and assuming responsibility for special staffing needs, such as overtime, clerical and/or notary assistance. Monitor trade press, the Federal Register, federal agency dockets, and other news sources for issues relevant to clients of the firm.
Requirements: BA/BS degree required. Strong foreign language skills desired (preferably in Chinese or Spanish). Ability to read, write and speak English. Substantive knowledge of and familiarity with specific areas of law, as required, with experience in health care and life sciences, communications, environmental, or international trade issues a plus. Strong analytical and research skills. Thorough knowledge of MS Office applications including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate potentially detailed and complex information to others. Aptitude and willingness to work with complex procedures. Strong organizational and time management skills, including the ability to organize self and others. Demonstrated strong attention to detail. Ability to read, comprehend and follow instructions. Ability to manage multiple priorities and adjust to changing priorities in a professional manner. Ability to work independently and with a team. Willingness and ability to assume new tasks and responsibilities. Strong service orientation, and an ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with users, peers, office and firm management, and outside business partners. Ability to work well under pressure, facilitate solutions, and meet deadlines and milestones for projects assigned. Commitment to maintaining confidentiality of client and office information and adhering to the Firm s Core Values. Commitment to the office and firm.
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