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Legal Student Assistant The law student will assist in a variety of legal assignments related to the administration of the State Compensation Insurance Fund program. Will conduct legal research. Create legal documents such as trial brief support and position statements. Assist with subpoena processing. Assist with legal project work such as gathering data and compiling research. Job shadowing attorneys to observe chamber discussions and open-court proceedings. Assist with depositions, such as setting calendars, reviewing evidence, summarizing medical records, and summarizing deposition transcripts. Conduct research related to liens, research electronic claims files for documents related to medical provider network compliance, utilization review denials, and pre-lien conferences. Prepare the pre-trial conference statement (lien). Assist with mandatory settlement conference preparation by drafting pre-trial conference statements and exhibit lists, prepare objections per attorney instructions, and prepare summaries of evidence. Prepare trial exhibits, contact and interview witnesses, assist attorneys with meetings and trial preparation. Review and identify Utilization Review denials, requests for authorization from providers, correspondences, and medical records to determine compliance with statutory regulations related to expedited hearing preparation. Must be at least a second year student currently enrolled in at least 4 semester or 6 quarter units at an ABA or CBA accredited law school. Should be at least a second year law student attending classes during the regular term (Fall, Spring and Winter, if applicable), at one of the accredited colleges or universities on the affiliation list. Note: The student will work up to 20 hours/work week (Sunday – Saturday) during the academic year and up to 40 hours per work week during breaks - Winter, Spring and Summer.
Posting Number: PE155F17. Send resume, cover letter, transcripts (unofficial transcripts OK), and preferably list of references, writing sample, and schedule of availability.
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