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Entry Level Litigation Paralegal The candidate coordinates and manages paper and electronic document collections, reviews and productions. Understands and utilizes rudimentary e-di....
Paralegal - Litigation The candidate will prepare and maintain (or oversee maintenance of) case files, indices and chronologies. Will assemble and organize requested materials for ....
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Location : Colorado - Denver
Refer to Job # NFHI710759
Family Law Paralegal Responsibilities: Assist with the drafting and reviewing of legal documents. Investigate facts to help in the negotiation of legal disputes. Monitor and ensure compliance with state and federal regulations. Record and store client information. Prepare legal documents such as petitions, briefs, pleadings, completing 16.2 disclosures and Sworn Financial Statements, etc. for review and approval by the attorney working the case. Research and analyze law sources such as statues, recorded judicial decisions, legal articles, constitutions, and legal codes. Docket and monitor deadlines and reminders for case progression. Organize and maintain documents in an electronic filing system. Gather and arrange legal documents for attorney review and case preparation. Help lawyers during trials by handling exhibits, taking notes, or reviewing trial transcripts. E-File legal documents with the court via ICCES. Call clients, witnesses, lawyers, and outside vendors to schedule hearings, meetings, and mediations. Perform other clerical duties such as scheduling appointments, providing information to callers, composing and typing routine correspondence. Support implementation and maintenance of new and existing processes. Assist with various firm projects as needed.
Qualifications: 2 years experience as a family law paralegal in Colorado. Experience using ICCES e-filing. Ability to prioritize and multitask. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Deadline and detail-oriented. Experience drafting family law pleadings from the beginning of a case to the end. Thorough knowledge of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure. Must posses a high standard of ethics with the ability to maintain confidential information. Must be well-organized, reliable, and highly motivated. Must have a great attitude and ability to work as a team as well as independently. Superior knowledge of MS office suite, MS online services, Adobe, Macintosh and Windows platforms; ProLaw experience is ideal. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Professional, ambitious, and service-oriented personality.
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