Attorney Jobs, Law Firm Jobs, Law Firm Placement, Librarian , Legal Placement, Legal Secretaries, Legal Secretaries Placement, Legal Secretary Jobs, Legal Staff, Paralegal Jobs

Need Help? Call 800-503-1198.
Law Firm Staff - Law Firm Placement
Influencing and
enriching the individual

Job Listings

Welcome To The Law Firm Staff Job Listings Page

SELECT FROM THE FOLLOWING TO START YOUR SEARCH

Location:
(hold down ctrl to choose multiple)


Practice Area:


Job Type:


Keyword:


144 matches | 91 - 100 displayed 
1  6 7 8 9 10  15




Entry Level Bilingual Paralegal

Title : Entry Level Bilingual Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # KTPF716511


Entry Level Bilingual Paralegal The candidate assist attorneys, Operations Manager and paralegals in automobile accident and personal injury claims. The job responsibilities include drafting discovery requests, preparing medical summaries and demand packets, requesting medical bill and records from healthcare providers, obtaining lost wage verification documents, answering telephone calls, interviewing and communicating with monolingual Hispanic clients, requesting medical bills and records from healthcare providers, assisting with preparation of demand packets, scanning, copying and mailing documents, organizing case files and data entry in Needles. Should have strong oral communication and interpersonal skills, punctual attendance, ability to draft letters, familiarity with Microsoft Office, and be able to work efficiently on multiple matters. Fluency in Spanish (speaking, reading and writing) is required . Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

Email: jobs@lawfirmstaff.com  NO CALLS PLEASE
 


[Apply Now]   [Email to a Colleague]   [Printable Version]

 

Legal Secretary

Title : Legal Secretary

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # FTRZ716514


Legal Secretary The candidate will operate computer and transcribe dictation as needed. Prepare correspondence, memoranda and other legal documents from written and oral drafts, standard correspondence and other documents. Will perform pdf scanning of documents, court e-filings and electronic pleading clips as required. Screen telephone calls and take messages for attorneys and paralegals. Receive clients and visitors. Maintain good public relations with clients. Observe confidentiality of attorney-client relationship. Read, sort and date incoming mail. Ensure that outgoing mail is delivered timely and specify types of delivery. Perform time entry and calendaring for attorneys and paralegals. Review bills and prepare cover letters for bills sent to clients. Open new files, requests conflict of interest checks, maintain client and general file, conduct periodic review of possible storage of older files and prepare files to be closed. Assist other secretaries as time permits and as requested by other attorneys or Office Administrator. Make travel arrangements and prepare expense reports for attorneys. Enter invoices into Chrome River for payment. Perform miscellaneous filing and clerical tasks. Must have Intermediate Microsoft Word skills. Should have Typing speed of 50+ wpm. Must have knowledge of court filing procedure, including electronic filing. High school diploma or equivalent required. Should have 3 -5 years of experience in similar field. Previous law firm experience preferred. Legal 3 - 5 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

Email: jobs@lawfirmstaff.com  NO CALLS PLEASE
 


[Apply Now]   [Email to a Colleague]   [Printable Version]

 

Litigation Paralegal

Title : Litigation Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # GPYO716391


Litigation Paralegal The candidate will be overseeing, coordinating and managing responses to discovery, document production and litigation holds. E-filing documents on EDIS (USITC), IA ACCESS (USDOC), and Pacer (DistrictCourt), and additional platforms as needs present. Developing in-depth familiarity with procedural rules, particularly rules governing filings, service and submissions. Ensuring expedient updates and data sharing with client and co-counsel, including case developments, incoming document productions, etc. Using legal databases (Westlaw, LEXIS, EDIS) for cite-checking and document retrieval. Docketing deadlines, tracking incoming and outgoing discovery, correspondence, etc. Proofreading and cite-checking (Blue Book). Must have Bachelor s degree and/or paralegal certificate. Should preferably have 3 years of experience in litigation. Expertise in current versions of Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Pro, and document management systems is needed. E-discovery experience with litigation support software (e.g., Concordance, Relativity) and aptitude for training on new systems is must. Legal 3 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

Email: jobs@lawfirmstaff.com  NO CALLS PLEASE
 


[Apply Now]   [Email to a Colleague]   [Printable Version]

 

Legal Secretary, Patent

Title : Legal Secretary, Patent

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # KNYW716214


Legal Secretary, Patent The candidate will be preparing applications, including Provisional, Non-Provisional, Divisional and Continuation applications for filing, including ensuring all papers are properly prepared and filed with the USPTO. Will prepare papers for filing responses, Notice of Appeals, Responses to Restriction Requirement, Request for Continued Examination (RCE), Appeal Briefs and other necessary filings to the USPTO. Monitor the daily docket to help ensure all filings are completed and filed in a timely manner via hand-delivery or EFS (Electronic Filing System) with the USPTO. Prepare correspondence and responses for mailing, faxing, courier, FEDEX, including the certificate of mailing, copy and filing of documents as per client instructions and/or protocol. Provides information to IP Docketing Department for items filed with and received from USPTO. Ensures correct changes are made in the file, docketing system, client information database and that all amendments are entered to the appropriate documents. Performs research as requested using Private PAIR, TARR and other reference sources. Obtain copies of documents as requested. Preparation of pleadings and filings in Federal Courts. High school diploma or GED is required. Bachelor s degree or some college preferred. Should have 5+ years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Exceptional verbal and written communication and language skills required. Must have current knowledge of E-filing (both USPTO & Federal Courts). Should have current knowledge of PTO rules and procedures. Legal 5 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

Email: jobs@lawfirmstaff.com  NO CALLS PLEASE
 


[Apply Now]   [Email to a Colleague]   [Printable Version]

 

Conflicts Attorney

Title : Conflicts Attorney

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # SNPX716224


Conflicts Attorney Duties: Performs conflicts clearance related to new professional hires. Initiates the conflicts clearance process for all new engagements in response to new client/matter requests from partners. Actively consults and follows-up with the responsible partners handling new engagements regarding conflicts clearance. Researches various print and electronic resources necessary to identify and resolve potential conflicts. Resolves conflicts and documents the conflict clearance process. Initiates and documents any needed client waivers. Implements and maintains ethical walls and screens by obtaining timekeeper information, drafting screening memos, and other communications. Maintains the conflicts database with appropriate information about firm clients and matters, client subsidiaries and affiliates, related parties, etc. Enters information obtained during the conflicts clearance process in the conflicts database documenting the resolution of conflicts and any waivers, where necessary. Assists with research to support the Firm s business development and marketing department activities as needed. Performs other duties as assigned by Firm management. Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school is required. Bar membership in the jurisdiction where located is required; candidates for Bar membership must be admitted (by waiver or exam) in accordance with the jurisdictional admission rules and requirements. Experience working with the Rules of Professional Conduct is needed; familiarity with analogous rules in other jurisdictions where the Firm has offices is a plus. Familiarity with modern business organizational/governance/ownership models, structures, and interrelationships. Excellent analytical skills, written communications skills, and judgment. Familiarity with automated conflict of interest clearance workflow procedures and systems as found in AmLaw 100 and 200 law firms is preferred. Excellent business research abilities using various online databases and print resources. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish close working relationships with the Firm A?A s lawyers and administrative and support staff. Facility with MS Office and similar business software. Legal 1 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

Email: jobs@lawfirmstaff.com  NO CALLS PLEASE
 


[Apply Now]   [Email to a Colleague]   [Printable Version]

 
 

Junior Paralegal - International Trade & National Security

Title : Junior Paralegal - International Trade & National Security

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # GMZD716083


Junior Paralegal Duties: Generally work under the supervision and direction of Paralegals and/or Advisors. Help manage and organize the materials and information relating to particular matters and transactions. These duties allow them the opportunity to work with and assist our legal staff in compiling background information for Merger and Acquisition deals, completing discrete research projects, organizing materials and information for internal investigations, and preparing document productions for filing with regulatory bodies. Projects typically involve data and document management and organizational tasks, and may require long hours. Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree and two-year commitment required; ABA Certified Paralegal Certificate preferred. Excellent analytical and writing skills; strong coordination and teamwork skills; research skills and experience; planning and organization skills, including the ability to manage a number of projects concurrently; excellent communication skills, both written and verbal; proactive approach and the ability to work hands-on A? as required; strong problem-solving skills; proficiency in the use of software, including Word, Power Point, and Excel. Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

Email: jobs@lawfirmstaff.com  NO CALLS PLEASE
 


[Apply Now]   [Email to a Colleague]   [Printable Version]

 

Associate Attorney

Title : Associate Attorney

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # NUGW716084


Seeking Associate Attorney with 3+ years' litigation and community association law experience. Candidates must be detail oriented, self-motivated and able to thrive in a small and busy office environment. DC Bar required and MD/VA Bar is preferred. Legal 3 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

Email: jobs@lawfirmstaff.com  NO CALLS PLEASE
 


[Apply Now]   [Email to a Colleague]   [Printable Version]

 

Legal Secretary - Insurance Defense Litigation

Title : Legal Secretary - Insurance Defense Litigation

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # EKGP716110


Legal Secretary - Insurance Defense Litigation The candidate responsibilities include document preparation; scheduling depositions; court filings; organization and maintenance of discovery files; trial preparation, expense reports; travel arrangements; time entry; billing edits; and other traditional support functions. Support multiple lawyers handling Civil matters in DC, MD and VA jurisdictions. Prior experience in a Civil Litigation law firm is a plus. A Working knowledge of Court filing procedures in local jurisdictions is required. Legal 0 - 0 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

Email: jobs@lawfirmstaff.com  NO CALLS PLEASE
 


[Apply Now]   [Email to a Colleague]   [Printable Version]

 

Paralegal

Title : Paralegal

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # EWUJ716121


Paralegal Duties: Draft, edit, review and assist in the preparation of legal documents and internal correspondence, for example, internal memos, service agreements, constitutional documents and NDAs. Assist in the organization of lawyer s work product and materials received from outside providers and other offices within client, including use and management of internal and external databases. Obtain and facilitate assistance for and from outside providers and other offices within Akin Gump s client specific to certain projects and tasks. Act as a liaison for Legal & Governance unit by coordinating, with certain government and regulatory agencies, banks, partners and other entities within Akin Gump s client to achieve team deliverables. Act as company secretary, which includes, creation of formation and constitutional documents for Akin Gump s client SPVs, submissions to relevant authorities, maintenance and recording of relevant documents, license registrations and renewals. Act as company investment committee secretary, which includes meeting minutes, organization and filing of deal approvals and proper reporting to relevant leadership team. Anticipate and assume responsibility for different staffing needs. Other Essential Duties (Duties are performed periodically, as necessary): Travel, as required by the Practice and/or client. As requested by the Practice Manager or assigned attorneys, coordinate work of other paralegals and/or project assistants or clerical team members. Qualifications: Requirements: BA/BS degree required. 1-2 years of work experience required, preferably as a paralegal and preferably some experience with corporate transactional work. Ability to read, write and speak English. Substantive knowledge of and familiarity with specific areas of law, as required. Strong analytical and research skills. Thorough knowledge of MS Office applications including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate potentially detailed and complex information to others. Aptitude and willingness to work with complex procedures. Strong organizational and time management skills, including the ability to organize self and others. Demonstrated strong attention to detail. Ability to read, comprehend and follow instructions. Ability to manage multiple priorities and adjust to changing priorities in a professional manner. Ability to work independently and with a team. Willingness and ability to assume new tasks and responsibilities. Strong service orientation, and an ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with users, peers, office and firm management, and outside business partners. Ability to work well under pressure, facilitate solutions, and meet deadlines and milestones for projects assigned. Commitment to maintaining confidentiality of client and office information and adhering to the Firm s Core Values. Commitment to the office and firm. Commitment to professional growth and development. Legal 1 - 2 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

Email: jobs@lawfirmstaff.com  NO CALLS PLEASE
 


[Apply Now]   [Email to a Colleague]   [Printable Version]

 

Attorney Recruiting Coordinator

Title : Attorney Recruiting Coordinator

Location : District of Columbia - Washington
Refer to Job # PMJV716134

This large US law firm has a extremely strong international presence and many substantial offices around the world. The London office specializes in corporate, international litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property, and communications law. This firm has been around for a long time and has grown steadily, and its large size allows it to handle highly complex transactions and disputes by using its worldwide resources. This firm's impressive client list includes many of the largest corporations, financial institutions and governments from around the world. Associates at this firm like the high-profile transactions and clients, the prestige of the firm, and the opportunities for pro bono work that are available. Compensation at this firm is at the top of the market.
Attorney Recruiting Coordinator Duties: Responsible for overseeing all aspects of the on campus and lateral recruitment efforts, the planning and implementation of the Summer Program, and handling special projects as needed. In addition to managing these programs, will help identify efficiency and accuracy issues, and take part in designing and implementing specific processes and procedures to solve these problems. Reporting into the Team Lead. End to end support and execution of summer associate program (including general admin support; helping to organize various internal and external events; support and act as resource to summer associates to ensure smooth transitions from law school to law firm). Metrics, data management (offer tracking), on boarding. Build relationships with key recruiting contacts within the business and HR functions and partner with them. Monitor and help drive the sell process for all candidates once an offer has been extended. Support planning and execution of interview season, track and manage candidates from application/ resume screening stage through to scheduling interview, managing and tracking feedback. Involvment in team projects which can be marketing/ social media related. Organize, plan and attend weekly training and social events related to the summer program. Work with Marketing Department on collateral materials and gifts. Solicit and retrieve summer associate evaluations and work closely with summer appointed advisor in connection with the mid-summer and exit reviews. Work with Immigration team for summer associates who require work visas. Conduct exit interviews of summer associates, as needed. Communicate with summer associates on the matters listed above and respond to daily inquiries. Assist with managing the budget. Plan, attend, and follow-up on cultivation activities at law schools throughout the year. Strengthen relationships with student organizations and career services offices in connection with cultivation events, OCI and other relevant activities. Coordinate details for hospitality suites; greet students and answer questions. Organize and schedule on campus and final round interviews. Participate in Hiring Committee meetings, as needed, and assist with pipeline management. Ensure that the office s recruiting database is accurate. Track recruiting statistics and generate internal and external reports. Monitor general email box and respond to emails accordingly. Process travel expenses related to callback interviews. Work closely with the People Advisory team to coordinate new associate logistics and onboarding. Assist with all aspects related to lateral associate recruitment process including the coordination of interview schedules and act as liaison to search firms. Point of contact in connection with offer process/onboarding. Coordinate with the Learning and Development team on training programs for all lawyers, including local CLE processing for various state bars. Keeps abreast of trends in legal training and development for lawyers; makes recommendations around program creation. Assist with special projects on an as-needed basis. Assist with departure process, compiling data for reporting, and generating attrition reports. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. 3-5 years of relevant professional recruiting experience in a law firm or other professional services recruiting department is strongly preferred. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, analytical, written and verbal communication skills required. Detail-oriented, self-starter, client-focused approach. Ability to work independently and in a team environment. Excellent time management skills with the ability to meet tight deadlines and multitask required. Strong technical skills on the following applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Taleo, viDesktop or other Talent Management Systems. Self-motivated and achievement oriented. Open minded and collaborative with a consultative approach. Excellent written and oral communication. Inclusive and culturally sensitive. Calm and resilient. Excellent business acumen and administrative skills. Able to manage competing/conflicting priorities effectively to achieve a way forward. Previous Campus Recruitment experience. Partnering with clients and colleagues: solid oral and written communication and relationship management skills; client facing and credible; strong negotiation skills; ability to develop internal and external relationships; ability to manage diverse stakeholders and to build networks quickly. Results-orientated: ability to handle multiple, time-sensitive projects while focusing on the quality of work delivered to clients. Strong Project Management skills; ability to handle multiple priorities. Strong team player: ability to work effectively in teams a must. Ability to thrive in a deadline driven and fast paced environment. Legal 3 - 5 Full Time 0000-00-00 00:00:00  

Email: jobs@lawfirmstaff.com  NO CALLS PLEASE
 


[Apply Now]   [Email to a Colleague]   [Printable Version]

 
 
144 matches | 91 - 100 displayed 
1  6 7 8 9 10  15
Job Listings of Law Firm Staff