The candidate assists the attorneys in answering interrogatories and preparing motions, complaints, briefs and other legal documents; and performs all types of legal support work assigned research as permitted by the rules of the State Bar. Assists attorneys in answering interrogatories; interviews clients and reduces answers to writing; reviews work with attorneys and prepares answers in final form. Obtains, reviews and summarizes medical records at the direction of trial attorneys and has them reviewed by experts as necessary; and arranges for medical examinations. Assists attorneys in preparing motions, and researches legal points in connection therewith. Assists attorneys in interviewing witnesses preparatory to and during trials as necessary. Assists attorneys in preparing documents and evidence for trial. Performs other functions as assigned. High school diploma or equivalent required. 2 year Associates Degree OR 3 years experience working as a Paralegal. AND Paralegal certificate or a degree in paralegal studies or the completion of at least one year of law school. Preferred: Bachelor's degree. Paralegal certificate from American Bar Association (ABA) approved program.