Job Details

Legal Assistant Litigation

Company name

NRI Staffing

Organization Type


Job Type

Legal Staff

Posted on

Mar 28,2018

Min Salary/Max Salary

USD 45000 to 50000 Annually

Years of Experience

Min 2 yrs required


Washington, DC
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Legal Assistant - Litigation The candidate will be responsible for: Supporting the life cycle of client matters; Litigation practice support; Utilizing quality control measures to produce error-free work on a consistent basis; Reading, prioritizing, routing, and following up on incoming client communications; Managing daily work-flow of assigned tasks, including working in advance of deadlines; Processing new business intake and expense forms; Ensuring timely and accurate capture and entry of attorney time; Coordinating with accounting to complete monthly billing process; Making travel arrangements, processing expenses, screening calls, and maintaining attorney calendars and contact lists, and scheduling engagements. Bachelor's Degree is essential. Must have 2+ years of partner level practice management support Litigation.

Additional info

Job ID: JCS - 092

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
NRI Staffing
1015 18th Street, N.W.
Suite 710
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202-466-2160
Fax: 202-330-5660

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