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Paralegal / Investigator The candidate will assist in obtaining transcripts and various records through the courts, through Maryland Public Information Requests, trial attorneys, and other appropriate requests. Coordinate with the CIU on document requests and document sharing. Summarize the contents of transcripts and other case-related documents. Organize all case-related records and files, ensuring that both paper files and electronic files/databases are thorough and up to date. Work in collaboration with firm/UBIPC in the screening and review of cases, which may include drafting memos and oral summaries. Conduct interviews of clients and/or witnesses at the direction of the appropriate member of the legal staff. Help prepare briefs for filings, which may include proofreading, cite-checking, and fact-checking, ensuring compliance with court rules. Assist in the preparation and service of subpoenas. Assist attorneys with scheduling legal visits and calls to Maryland prisons. Work to organize and evaluate files in exoneration cases to determine whether there are any common themes or players, something that can be utilized to enhance and streamline the case-screening process. Travel to Washington, D.C. once per week to meet with DC-based staff members about current cases and assignments. Some travel within Maryland to prisons, courthouses, and to interview witnesses. Provide details and reports of all work done to maintain compliance with requirements of the federal grant. Attend and participate in events. Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate required. Bachelor’s degree and/or previous experience working on criminal cases preferred. 1-2 years work experience (preferably in a legal setting) preferred. Application deadline: 03/15/2018.
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