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Years of Experience
Legal Assistant/Paralegal Responsibilities: Review and process legal requests by Legal Counsel and Contracts Administrator. Assist in filing of Corporate/Compliance documents and updates in numerous registered States. Maintain Corporate books. Respond to internal and external legal inquiries. Review Legal database for executed contracts. Follow up as required to ensure. Assist with the creation of documentation for existing and new policies and procedures. Establish and maintain a variety of files and documents, correspondence, and other material; cross-reference files when necessary. Prepare and assemble documents, including necessary transmittal forms and envelopes, in accepted office format pursuant to court rules for timely mailing, submission to courts, boards, and commissions and service on others as appropriate. Assist in the providing of such services as printing, photocopying, shredding, and replacing of toner and paper in office equipment. Also, assist in performing minor maintenance on office equipment and requesting services for its repair and maintenance. Keep assigned attorneysâ€™ calendars. This includes scheduling appointments; maintaining a daily suspense list of commitments; and reminding attorneys of scheduled conferences, appointments, conference calls, deadlines, and meetings to ensure that commitments are met. On own initiative, compose and prepare routine correspondence and legal documents of a non-technical routine nature with little or no supervision from the attorneys.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have BA/BS degree with equivalent practical experience. Or, Paralegal Certificate with relevant experience. Administrative Writing Skills, Microsoft Office Skills. Preferred qualifications: 3 year of relevant work experience. Excellent interpersonal skills and highly team-oriented. Excellent analytical skills, as well as effective written and verbal communication skills.
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