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Location : Colorado - Denver
Refer to Job # LFDQ793106
This mid size Orlando office maintains a full service civil law practice. The is organized into the following areas: litigation, health law, communications and media, employment and labor, tax, personal planning and employee benefits, securities and public offering, real estate, and business and corporate office. Attorneys have a very strong work ethic and work in an environment that is marked by integrity, civility, sensibility, diversity, and professional excellence. The firm offers comprehensive benefit plans and has implemented numerous programs in support of work-life balance. In addition the firm is actively involved in actively involved in their community and provides pro bono legal services.
Litigation Paralegal - Digital Assets and Data Management The candidate will support activities of the local office attorneys and national DADM practice. Will work on complex legal issues requiring excellent organizational skills; managing electronic discovery/ document management; and will be involved in all aspects of the litigation process, including motion, trial, and class certification hearing preparation and attendance. Prior experience managing large document volumes is highly recommended, including coordination with firm wide litigation support services. Should have Bachelor's degree and 1+ year of experience. Equivalent combination of education, training and experience may substitute for education requirement.
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