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Location : California - San Francisco
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San Francisco The candidate will be responsible to prepare documents including correspondence, memoranda and legal documents; compose and draft routine cover letters and shell documents. Prepare and process court and administrative agency filings. Maintain calendars for assigned attorneys, maintain client and administrative files. Provide administrative support. Join Mid-sized and growing education law firm with statewide practice representing school and community college districts.
The candidate must have 3+ years of litigation and transactional experience. Must be Detail-oriented, proactive, organized and have excellent follow through skills. Ability to work under pressure while managing multiple deadlines/priorities is necessary. Accuracy, speed and professionalism are must. Specialized secretarial degree, associate and/or Bachelor's degree is required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated understanding of correct grammar, spelling and punctuation are needed. Strong computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (including Outlook, Word, EXCEL, PowerPoint) and various legal software applications (including Compulaw) is required; experience working with a document management system; and E-filing experience is critical. Must be able to coordinate complex scheduling for multiple individuals. Ability to work effectively within a team environment is necessary. Experience in education law experience a plus.
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