Litigation Legal Assistant - posted 11/19/19

Litigation Legal Assistant - posted 11/19/19

Company Name: 
Hunt Professional Recruiting
FT/PT Status: 
Full Time
Location
Dallas
TX
Salary Range: 
38K-60K+ (plus generous bonuses)
Job Summary: 

Want Work/Life Balance?
Want Annual Reviews/Salary Increases & Bonuses?
Would YOU Like to Work at a Firm Who Appreciates You & Has a Positive Environment? 

Defense Litigation firm seeking a Legal Assistant with at least 2 years of true law office Legal Assistant and/or Paralegal experience. 

DON'T DELAY! SEND YOUR RESUME FOR A CONFIDENTIAL CONVERSATION WITH ME TO LEARN MORE! 

Responsibilities:

  • Preparation of correspondence and pleadings
  • Maintain electronic files database 
  • Calendar/docket case related deadlines 
  • Process mail
  • Submit federal and state court filings
  • Self-starter and willing to help others

Paralegals who may be interested  in this Legal Assistant role:

  • Our Legal Assistants do non-billable Paralegal work. 
  • It’s great for a Paralegal who likes what they do, but doesn’t want to have to  track and bill their time 
  • You would be in charge of all non-billable administrative Paralegal tasks
     
Requirements or Qualifications: 

Required Experience/Skills:

  • Excellent proofreading and transcription skills
  • Minimum typing speed of 65 wpm
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Adobe 
  • Experience with CaseMap, TextMap, or other document management software programs is a plus
  • Ability to prioritize projects and multi-task 
  • Ability to be focused, work both independently and in a team setting
  • Produce accurate work product
Application Process: 
Apply by sending resume to huntpr@yahoo.com
Selection Criteria: 
send resume to huntpr@yahoo.com
Application Due Date: 
December 23 2019
Additional Information: 
If you are concerned about confidentiality, your resume and our conversation will only be reviewed by myself and will NOT be shared unless you give me your permission to do so and even then it will only be shared with the firm in which we have discussed. Don't wait. See what it's like at another firm. Maybe you can't imagine things being any better, but what if they ARE BETTER? Let's talk. ~Andi Hunt