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Location : California - Los Angeles
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Be a part of a highly successful, full-service law firm that counts among its esteemed clients many Fortune 250 firms. This firm has a reputation for treating associates exceedingly well. The branch office of a large international law firm, this firm's practice has consistently been strong in the litigation, corporate and tax fields; however, the firm also has made a definite commitment to intellectual property related work in the Los Angeles legal market. The Los Angeles branch has a full book of business involving some of the biggest movers and shakers on the national and international scene. An aggressive development track has associates achieving partner status in a very limited amount of time compared to other national firms of its stature. This firms is generally seeking the best and the brightest--meaning it is most willing to consider associates from top schools and firms.
Litigation Junior Paralegal The candidate under the supervision and direction of a Paralegal, performs substantive tasks that assist our paralegal and attorney teams in preparing for the case or matter at every stage of the litigation process from case inception to completion (initial pleading, factual discovery, expert discovery, pre-trial, trial and post-trial/appellate stages). The projects range from case material compilation for attorney review to participation at trial. Perform work in an efficient and cost-effective manner; meet expectations of billable hours; Assist with the court filings and services, trial preparation, and the preparation, production and organization of legal documents and binders; Assist with preparation for interviews, depositions, and/or client meetings; Organize and manage electronic and paper files; Perform manual and electronic searches using external systems and internal databases, as well as manage databases in accordance with firm standards; Update attorney and case team binders; Coordinate with internal resources and outside vendor services; Demonstrate effective interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills to facilitate effective work relationships with others; Comply with and understand firm operation, policies and procedures. Perform other related duties as assigned; Work overtime as required; travel as required; Handle additional related projects as assigned; Employ various firm resources, e.g. TextMap, Relativity, SharePoint, LegalKey and DMS; Commitment to work overtime and travel as needed, which maybe be extensive at times, and may include weekends or holidays with potential to be for extended periods of time and on short notice; Any other functions/duties as assigned by management. Bachelor's degree required and one year of experience or California ABA Paralegal Certification. Fundamental proficiency in MS Outlook, MS Word and document editing/comparison applications; Fundamental proficiency in MS Excel and spreadsheet/database applications; Fundamental proficiency in MS PowerPoint and presentation applications, as well as Adobe; Fundamental proficiency in online research and internet resources (Lexis-Nexis, Westlaw and equivalents); Ability to navigate various electronic databases and document repositories; Excellent analytical, troubleshooting, organizational, and planning skills; strong attention to detail; Demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills, both verbally and in writing.
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