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The candidate will be responsible for providing administrative support to attorneys including word processing using Microsoft Word for Windows, digital transcription, electronic court filing; maintaining client files; docketing; calendaring deadlines; and other general office duties as assigned. Should preferably have legal experience, good technological/computer skills and multi-tasking capabilities.
The candidate will be expected to work closely with several litigation attorneys practicing in various areas of law, with medical malpractice being the primary practice area. Should be an experienced litigation paralegal. Must be able to work in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. Accuracy and attention to detail is a must. Must be organized and needs to be able to work both independently and as part of a team. Should be proficient in calendarin...
The candidate will draft documents, filing, manage database, and perform other office duties. Should have training experience as a paralegal or a legal assistant. Must have at least have solid secretarial skills and an understanding of confidentiality. Should also have a high degree of literacy and ability to work.
Note this is a part time job.
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