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USD 19 to 22 Hourly
Min 2 yrs required
Aug 26, 2022
May 13, 2022
The candidate will digest and summarize documents as needed. Help coordinate file sharing with co-counsel, experts, and others. Help oversee/conduct late-stage case closure and document return process. Assist in preparing documents for court hearings and filings. Assist in obtaining transcripts and various records through the courts, through Open Records Act requests, trial attorneys, and other appropriate requests. Manage Open Records Act Tracker. Schedule client calls and attorney prison visits. Assist with office administration responsibilities as requested. Subpoena and coordinate witnesses for hearings. Attend court hearings, assist, and possibly testify as needed. Schedule appointments and assist in searching for physical evidence. Conduct supervised investigations, including potential interviews of applicants and/or witnesses, to help determine whether cases should advance. Conduct factual and legal research as directed.
Qualification and ExperienceThe candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree and 2+ years of legal / investigations or equivalent experience. Passion for and understanding of mission and work. Exceptional organizational and time management skills. Strong attention to detail and appreciation of legal ethics. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Self-starter that also asks questions and seeks clarification whenever needed. Follows all projects through to completion. Humility and confidence no job is too small or too big. Welcomes respectful giving and receiving of feedback and constructive criticism.
Hiring CoordinatorGeorgia Innocence Project, Inc. (GIP)P.O. Box 8506730 Peachtree St., Ste, 705Atlanta, GA 30308
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