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Our office is looking for a college graduate needed to fill a full-time legal assistant position, and help support a small but busy law office. The legal assistant will be supporting two attorneys. Our office is located in Beverly Hills, just a block away from Rodeo Drive. This position provides a good opportunity for candidates with one or two years civil litigation experience to gain additional hands-on legal experience in this busy practice.
Qualifications: We are looking for candidates who demonstrate patience and people skills. The legal assistant will be expected to help screen/evaluate incoming calls from potential clients concerning employment disputes. The candidate must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, and must be technologically savvy. The candidate will be expected to be detail oriented and have excellent writing skills. We are in need of a highly-motivated self-starter who learns quickly.
Job Description: In addition to client intake, the legal assistant’s duties will include organizing files (electronic and physical), managing civil litigation calendaring, mailing, photocopying, scanning and drafting basic correspondence. Well qualified candidates who show exceptional abilities will assist in drafting legal documents such as complaints and respond to discovery under close attorney supervision.
Environment: While very busy, we are also a friendly, supportive office. This is a great opportunity to work with attorneys and law clerks who enjoy practicing law in a collegial environment. We are looking for someone who is communicative and genial to join our team.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume. Please put in the subject “Legal Assistant Application.” No phone calls please. Compensation DOE.
The Rubin Law Corporation
Since 1996, our Los Angeles employment law firm has been vigorously protecting the rights of California employees in the workplace — from high-level executives and corporate leaders to class action cases of off-the-clock or misclassified workers who are claiming for unpaid overtime wages.