Job Details


Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Legal Staff

Date Last Verified

Jan 08, 2022

Posted on

Oct 05, 2021

Years of Experience

1-2 yrs required


Tulare, CA, United States

Employment Type



Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation
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MEDEROS, ORMONDE & RASCON, a general practice law firm in Tulare, California is seeking a full-time paralegal with 1 to 2 years actual paralegal experience; we are willing to train the right candidate. Candidate must be computer proficient in Word, as well as other commonly used programs, i.e. Outlook.  Candidate must also be able to work independently, switch gears when needed, take and follow instructions, work as a team player in a team environment, and be able to perform in a fast-paced office enviornment.  More information about our firm can be found at (  Salary and benefits will be based on experience.  All inquiries will be confidential.

Interested applicants should send a resume and letter(s) of recommendation to:

Company info

Mederos, Ormonde & Rascon

Company Profile

The Law Firm of Mederos, Ormonde & Rascon (and its predecessors) has existed since 1954. Based in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley of California, the firm emphasizes legal matters in the diary and agricultural field, as well as the general practice of law. Areas of emphasis include civil, criminal, and bankruptcy litigation, agricultural law, transactional matters, real estate transactions, collections, probate and estate planning.

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