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ProfileDocket Coordinator Responsibilities: Overseeing daily assignments, maintaining litigation calendar, electronic and hard copy filing of court papers, case activity docketing and monitoring. Responsible for understanding and researching court procedural rules and advising attorneys with respect to compliance with procedural rules. Responsible for planning and conducting training of assistant managing clerks and legal assistants in such areas as court procedure, computation of time, electronic filings, and cite checking. Keep abreast of developments, procedures, and rules in the forums where the firm practices including general state and federal practice. Responsible for understanding and using computerized case management system including docketing court documents, calendaring dates and reviewing and maintaining multiple court docket e-mail boxes. Conduct research using a variety of sources such as Bloomberg Law, Westlaw Next, and Lexis Advanced. Assist with supervising the legal assistant team and coordinating incoming assignments. Responsible for cite checking and proofreading court filings and other case documents Responsible for preparing witness materials and internal documents for attorney review and case preparation. Responsible for special projects as assigned by the Managing Attorney.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required, Law Degree preferred. Exceptional verbal and written communications skills. Strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize competing demands under tight deadlines. Demonstrated professionalism and ability to collaborate with colleagues at all levels. Ability to do overtime including some weekends to meet filing deadlines.
Gail P. McGinley
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
1875 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
Former Employee - Reviewed on December 16, 2017
This firm needs to offer more pay for employees if they want them to stay. Otherwise they will look elsewhere and the law firm will have to keep hiring new people.Pros : I worked at this firm for several years and met a lot of great people on the way. I got to work with some of the best and hardworking people I've ever met and management treats everyone like family. You really feel valued at this firm.