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Bankruptcy Legal Assistant- POC Team

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Legal Staff


Memphis, TN

Date Last Verified

Mar 11,2018

Posted on

Mar 10,2018
Practice Area
Bankruptcy >> Bankruptcy
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Bankruptcy Legal Assistant- POC Team Duties: Primary point of contact for assigned clients; Previous Bankruptcy experience preferred but must have law firm experience; Keep up-to-date on any changes regarding clients and/or the Bankruptcy process; Draft Proof of Claims accurately and error free; read payment histories; Maintain at least a 90% quality rating; Maintain the client systems and keep in constant contact with assigned client; Answer the BK phone line during set time.

Qualification and Experience

Requirements: Detail oriented with the ability to multi-task. Must be knowledge with reviewing loan documents. Must be adaptable and quick to learn. Work with a sense of urgency. Must be able to meet strict deadlines and adhere to various lender timeline metrics. Willingness to learn and adapt to change. Effective communication skills with the additional ability to work with different personalities and methods. Comprehensive Excel, Word and Outlook experience.

Additional info

Ref. LEG-18-00026

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Brock and Scott PLLC
4550 Country Club Road
Winston Salem, NC 27104

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