Job Details

Litigation Paralegal

Company name

The ONeil Search Group

Organization Type


Job Type

Legal Staff

Years of Experience

3-5 yrs required


New York City, NY

Posted on

Dec 07,2017
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Litigation Paralegal The candidate will be preparing PDF’s for electronic filings including to NY Supreme Court. Ability to assist in all aspects of depositions. Ability to digest depositions. Prepare cases for trial. Proficient in utilizing Lexis/Nexis and Westlaw Next including sheperdizing and research is required. Must have trial experience. Must have 3-5 years of Paralegal work experience. Must be familiar with case maintenance (organization of files such as correspondence, pleadings and discovery). Must have Know how to utilize ECF/Pacer. Must be familiar with organizing documents for court filings. Must be experienced with large document productions including production logs and privilege logs. Proficient in Relativity, West Case Notebook or other databases is required. Must have knowledge of litigation terms and procedures. Four-year bachelor’s degree required. Paralegal certificate a plus.

Additional info

Job ID 1911

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
The ONeil Search Group
20 East 49th Street
4th Floor
New York City, NY 10017

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