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Location : North Carolina - Charlotte
Refer to Job # FGHH808644
Family Law Paralegal The candidate will work closely with the family law team on scheduling, file management, client correspondence and consultations, and trial preparation. Maintains all administrative standards set by the firm, including preparation and submittal of daily time entries, attendance at administrative meetings, and other administrative tasks as assigned. Utilizes the firm's software and technology to update and maintain client information. Manages multiple deadline-sensitive projects and applies various procedural guidelines of different jurisdictions as they pertain to family law transactions. Schedules client consultations. Files documents and makes Courthouse runs. Demonstrates working knowledge of existing case status, involved player roles and relationships, and pertinent deadlines
The candidate should preferably have a Bachelor's Degree or a paralegal certificate. Must have 2 years of paralegal work experience in Family Law. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are needed. Should have close attention to detail is a prerequisite. The ability to follow up on assignments with little or no guidance is essential. The ability to work independently and meet deadlines in an atmosphere of frequent interruptions is desired.
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