Current Employment opportunities (see below):


Legal Assistant/Legal Secretary: Administrative Support Specialist
Tennessee Department of State
Administrative Procedures Division


Job Description

The mission of the Office of the Secretary of State is to exceed the expectations of our customers, the taxpayers, by operating at the highest levels of accuracy, cost - effectiveness, and accountability in a customer - centered environment.

The Administrative Procedures Division (APD) within the Office of the Secretary of State aims to serve our clients, customers, and associates – government agencies, citizens of Tennessee, and judicial partners – by providing impartial, efficient, and sound contested case hearings and mediations. More than 70 state and local government agencies open an average of 8000 cases with APD each year on issues ranging from property taxes to professional licensure, civil forfeiture and seizure of assets to the provision of special education services. APD offers an important platform for citizens to contest administrative rulings from government

Supervisor: Direct or of Administrative Procedures

Summary: Ensure the smooth running of the office; frequently communicate with clients /customers
The scope of APD’s portfolio of cases makes working for APD unique and exciting. In the course of a month , the Case Management Specialist may resolve 150 unique scenarios resulting from the intricacies of such varied cases – from a citizen’s appeal of the denial of medical coverage to a business’s appeal of a fine for alleged environmental contamination. Additionally, each day APD receives an average of 50 filings from government agencies, private counsel, and self - represented citizens. The Case Management Specialist’s careful, accurate, and efficient handling of case documents and workflow action items in the APD’s case management system is critical to ensuring the APD achieves its mission.

Duties/Responsibilities
• Answer main APD phone line; represent APD in communication outside the organization, primarily in response to inquiries from parties to a case.
​• Assist colleagues with drafting, submitting, and tracking travel authorization requests and expense reports. Keep up with the latest travel regulations and requirements. Track travel data (frequency, cost, etc.).
• Coordinate, process, and track purchase requests and invoices.
• Coordinate, process, and track contracts.
• Serve as the point of contact for vendors.
• Serve as the liaison between APD and the Secretary of State’s Fiscal Division.
• Track and monitor the Division’s budget.
• Prepare presentations of financial data through concise, easily understood graphs, charts, etc.
• Ensure the Division is meeting our mission objective of cost - effectiveness by proposing creative solutions and improvements where possible.
• Maintain inventory of office equipment and supplies, proactively keeping supplies in stock.
• Coordinate with the Secretary of State’s Information Technology Division tomaintain and track APD’s Information Systems Plan.
• Maintain a clean and orderly office environment for APD’s office footprint.
• Coordinate office’s compliance with safety regulations, emergency protocols, and other requirements.
• Serve as the point of contact for receiving, submitting, and tracking building maintenance requests.
• Make room reservations for hearings and meetings as needed in the Tennessee Tower, Tennessee State Library and Archives, and other buildings.
• Lead staff for the Employee Engagement Committee; organize all activities as planned by that committee, including logistics for quarterly division - wide meetings.
• Learn the functions other support staff perform and serve as backup for other staff members as needed.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• Perform all functions of the job in an independent and responsible manner , including when working remotely.

Minimum Qualifications
Education and Experience
• Bachelor’s Degree required. Degree or certification related to the legal profession is preferred.
• Full - time experience with a history of increased responsibility, preferably in the legal profession; experience with legal case management systems is preferred

Knowledge and Abilities
: • Strong oral communication skills. Clear talent for active listening to and speaking with customers, maintaining friendly, helpful, and professional communication even with challenging callers.
• Demonstrated desire and ability to synthesize and explain what is an important legal process for customers.
• Prior understanding of legal documents and legal terminology with genuine interest in legal work.
​• High attention to detail and accuracy, especially for financial documentation and record keeping.
• Strong clerical and organizational skills, managing and maintaining files and records.
• Strong accounting and mathematical skills. Demonstrated experience managing and processing financial documents.
• Ability to compile and present financial data in concise, easily understood formats, including graphs, charts, etc.
• Demonstrated solid computer skills, specifically with data management. Comfortable and confident with learning a new case management system.
• Ability to envision and articulate proposals for how the case management system can be enhanced to improve customer service and other administrative functions.
• Ability to daily manage tasks and correctly prioritize their timely completion.
• Adept at quickly pivoting tasks while maintaining accuracy of work product, especially when workflow is interrupted.
• Strong written communication skills. Ability to compose professional, concise, tactful emails using proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
• High competency with Adobe Pro, Excel, Outlook, and Word (required); PowerPoint ( preferred ).
• Ability to use or quickly learn virtual meeting platforms: Webex and MS Teams.
• Service - oriented attitude, both to customers and to colleagues.
• Strong active listening and speaking skills with a clear, measured, and highly professional communication style.
• Ability to seamlessly handle multiple tasks, such as answering the phone while
simultaneously working on a project that requires attention to detail, accuracy, and thoughtful reasoning.
• Willingness and ability to learn quickly, absorbing important informa tion as to the legal meaning of documents throughout the litigation process.
• Strong analytical - thinking and deductive reasoning abilities.
• Ability to quickly adapt to new processes when implemented.
• Ability to manage multiple high - volume priorities in a fast - paced environment.
• Knowledge of the administrative law process is a plus.
Salary: Commensurate with experience and State of Tennessee benefits package.
Location : The official workstation is the Tennessee Tower indowntown Nashville, TN. After a period of time, consideration may be given, at the discretion of the Director, to allow for remote work.
Hours: The official work hours are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Central Time. After a period of time, consideration may be give n, at the discretion of the Director, to allow for an adjustment to the work hours.
To apply: please email your resume, letter of interest including salary requirements, and r eferences to the Division of Human Resources & Organizational Development, sos.hr@tn.gov.


Case Management Paralegal
Tennessee Department of State
Administrative Procedures Division


Job Description

The mission of the Office of the Secretary of State is to exceed the expectations of our customers, the taxpayers, by operating at the highest levels of accuracy, cost - effectiveness, and accountability in a customer - centered environment.

The Administrative Procedures Division (APD) within the Office of the Secretary of State aims to serve our clients, customers, and associates – government agencies, citizens of Tennessee, and judicial partners – by providing impartial, efficient, and sound contested case hearings and mediations. More than 70 state and local government agencies open an average of 8000 cases with APD each year on issues ranging from property taxes to professional licensure, civil forfeiture and seizure of assets to the provision of special education services. APD offers an important platform for citizens to contest administrative rulings from government

Supervisor: Direct or of Administrative Procedures

Summary: Maintain case management system and electronic records for all cases opened with the Division.
The scope of APD’s portfolio of cases makes working for APD unique and exciting. In the course of a month , the Case Management Specialist may resolve 150 unique scenarios resulting from the intricacies of such varied cases – from a citizen’s appeal of the denial of medical coverage to a business’s appeal of a fine for alleged environmental contamination. Additionally, each day APD receives an average of 50 filings from government agencies, private counsel, and self - represented citizens. The Case Management Specialist’s careful, accurate, and efficient handling of case documents and workflow action items in the APD’s case management system is critical to ensuring the APD achieves its mission.

Duties/Responsibilities
• Receive, review, and process requests from judges and other APD staff for corrections needed in the Division’s case management system (CMS). Correct the electronic case files as needed, ensuring the accuracy of all electronic records for all cases opened with APD.
• Track, monitor, and analyze key data regarding corrections requested and made in the CMS.
• Present data in concise, easily understood reports, graphs, charts, etc.
• Develop and lead training of APD colleagues, individually and collectively, on the correct use of the CMS. Design creative, clear, and concise training tools, instructions, and manuals.
• Serve as the staff representative on the CMS Committee. Work with the Secretary of State’s Information Technology Division to propose, design, and testsystemic changes to the CMS, based upon patterns or concerns reflected in the data.
• Complete and analyze weekly past due task report to ensure accuracy of electronic case records and workflow processes.
• Receive, review, and process Petitions for Reconsideration, Appeals, and requests for technical records.
• Compile and review technical records.
• Track the status of appeals to ensure necessary rulings are uploaded into the CMS and to ensure timely losing of cases.
• Compile case documents in response to public records requests.
• Receive, review, and process all returned mail, resetting deadlines and task due dates as needed.
• Learn the functions of other support staff perform and serve as backup for other staff members as needed.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• Perform all functions of the job in an independent and responsible manner, including when working remotely.

Minimum Qualifications
Education and Experience
• Graduation from an accredited college or university resulting in any one of the following: 1) An Associate’s Degree in paralegal studies from an ABA - approved program.
2) an Associate ’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in any field plus a Technical Certificate in Paralegal Studies from an ABA - approved program.
3) a Bachelor’s Degree in Legal/Paralegal studies.
4) a Masters of Legal Studies.
5) a Juris Doctor Degree.
• Full - time experience with a history of increased responsibility in the legal profession and prior experience with legal case management systems are preferred. • E xperience teaching, assisting, and mentoring colleagues in a collaborative environment is preferred.

Knowledge and Abilities
: • Understanding of legal documents and legal terminology.
• High attention to detail and accuracy of data entry. Ability to quickly and accurately analyze large volumes of data and documents, spot errors, and ensure accuracy of data.
​• Ability to use independent judgment to determine how legal documents received are entered into the CMS.
• Demonstrated strong computer skills, specifically with data management. Comfortable and confident with learning a new data management system.
• Ability to envision and articulate proposals for how the CMS can be enhanced to improve case initiation and document review processes as well as customer service.
• Creativity in designing clear and concise training materials.
• Ability to manage daily tasks and correctly prioritize their timely completion.
• Strong oral and written communication skills as well as excellent listening skills in order to ensure quality customer service. Ability to compose professional, concise, tactful emails using proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
• Ability to use and familiarity with MS Office: Outlook and Word (required), Excel and PowerPoint (preferred ).
• Ability to use and quickly learn virtual meeting platforms: Webex and MS Teams.
• Strong basics computer skills.
• Ability to learn quickly, absorbing important information on the legal meaning and workflow of various document types throughout the administrative law process and within APD’s specific case management system.
• Analytical - thinking and deductive reasoning ability.
• Ability to quickly adapt to new processes when implemented.
• Ability to manage multiple high - volume priorities in a fast - paced environment.
• A service - oriented attitude , both to customers and to colleagues.
• Knowledge of the administrative law process is a plus.
• Affinity for teaching, assisting, and mentoring others with patience, clarity, and tact. A talent for encouraging collaboration and motivating teamwork amongst colleagues.
Salary: Commensurate with experience and State of Tennessee benefits package.
Location : The official workstation is the Tennessee Tower indowntown Nashville, TN. After a period of time, consideration may be given, at the discretion of the Director, to allow for remote work.
Hours: The official work hours are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Central Time. After a period of time, consideration may be give n, at the discretion of the Director, to allow for an adjustment to the work hours.
To apply: please email your resume, letter of interest including salary requirements, and r eferences to the Division of Human Resources & Organizational Development, sos.hr@tn.gov.


Document Review Paralegal
Tennessee Department of State
Administrative Procedures Division


Job Description

The mission of the Office of the Secretary of State is to exceed the expectations of our customers, the taxpayers, by operating at the highest levels of accuracy, cost - effectiveness, and accountability in a customer - centered environment.

The Administrative Procedures Division (APD) within the Office of the Secretary of State aims to serve our clients, customers, and associates – government agencies, citizens of Tennessee, and judicial partners – by providing impartial, efficient, and sound contested case hearings and mediations. More than 70 state and local government agencies open an average of 8000 cases with APD each year on issues ranging from property taxes to professional licensure, civil forfeiture and seizure of assets to the provision of special education services. APD offers an important platform for citizens to contest administrative rulings from government.

Supervisor: Direct or of Administrative Procedures

Summary: Receive, review, and process all documents filed with the Division. Open all new cases filed with the Division.
The scope of APD’s portfolio of cases makes working for APD unique and exciting. In the course of a week, the Document Review Paralegal may open 150 new cases dealing with anything from a citizen’s appeal of the denial of medical coverage to a business’s appeal of a fine for alleged environmental contamination. Additionally, each day APD receives an aver age of 50 filings from government agencies, private counsel, and self - represented citizens. The Document Review Specialist’s careful, accurate, and efficient review of each filing is critical to ensuring APD achieves its mission.

Duties/Responsibilities
• Serve as point of contact for government agencies to open cases with APD. Receive, review, analyze, and input necessary case information into the Division’s case management system(CMS).
• For certain case types, process additional case intake documents, which may include the drafting of pre - hearing orders.
• Receive , review, and process all documents filed with APD via mail, fax, email, e - dropbox, and e - portal. Carefully and thoroughly review all documents filed with APD, ensuring their accuracy in the electronic case file.
• Review filings for accuracy of information in the CMS and update that information when necessary , including contact information for parties, counsel, etc.
• Serve as the point of contact for customer inquiries regarding the opening of a case, case status, filings, etc. Ensure friendly, efficient, and helpful customer service, relaying correct procedures for the opening of cases and filing of documents.
• Maintain list of customer agency contacts. Build and maintain relationships with customer contacts, ensuring responsive customer service.
• Serve as point of contact for inquiries from administrative judges regarding the opening of a case, documents filed, etc.
• Propose changes to the CMS to enhance and improve case and document intake functionality.
• Staff the APD Rules Committee, helping review the Division’s rules, governing statutes, and proposed legislation.
• Learn the functions other support staff perform and serve as backup for other staff members as needed.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• Perform all functions of the job in an independent and responsible manner, including when wo rking remotely.

Minimum Qualifications
Education and Experience
• Graduation from an accredited college or university resulting in any one of the following: 1) An Associate ’s Degree in paralegal studies from an ABA - approved program.
2) An Associate ’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in any field plus a Technical Certificate in Paralegal Studies from an ABA - approved program.
3) a Bachelor’s Degree in Legal/Paralegal studies
4) a Masters of Legal Studies; or 5) a Juris Doctor Degree.
• Full - time experience with a history of increased responsibility in the legal profession and prior experience with legal documents, date entry, and case management systems are preferred.

Knowledge and Abilities
: • Solid understanding of legal documents, terminology, and procedures.
• High attention to detail and accuracy of data entry. Ability to quickly and accurately analyze large volumes of data and documents, spot errors, and ensure accuracy of data.
• Demonstrated strong computer skills, specifically with data management. Comfortable and confident with learning new data management systems.
• Strong clerical and organizational skills, managing and maintaining files and records. Page 2 of 3
​• Ability to use independent judgment to determine how documents should be filed into the CMS.
• Ability to envision and articulate proposals for how the CMS can be enhanced to improve case initiation and document review processes as well as customer service.
• Ability to manage daily tasks and correctly prioritize their timely completion.
• Strong oral and written communication skills. Clear talent for active listening to and speaking with customers, maintaining friendly, helpful, and professional communication.
• Ability to compose professional, concise, tactful emails using proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
• Ability to use and familiarity with MS Office: Adobe Pro, Outlook , and Word (required), Excel and PowerPoint (preferred ).
• Ability to use and quickly learn virtual meeting platforms: Webex and MS Teams.
• A service - oriented attitude, both to customers and to colleagues.
• Ability to learn quickly, absorbing important information on the legal meaning and workflow of various document types throughout the administrative law process and within APD’s specific case management system.
• Strong capacity for analytical- thinking and deductive reasoning
. • Ability to quickly adapt to new processes when implemented.
• Ability to manage multiple high - volume priorities in a fast - paced environment.
• Knowledge of the administrative law process is a plus.
Salary: Commensurate with experience and State of Tennessee benefits package.
Location : The official workstation is the Tennessee Tower indowntown Nashville, TN. After a period of time, consideration may be given, at the discretion of the Director, to allow for remote work.
Hours: The official work hours are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Central Time. After a period of time, consideration may be give n, at the discretion of the Director, to allow for an adjustment to the work hours.
To apply: please email your resume, letter of interest including salary requirements, and r eferences to the Division of Human Resources & Organizational Development, sos.hr@tn.gov.


Business Intelligence Paralegal
Tennessee Department of State
Administrative Procedures Division


Paralegal Job Description

The mission of the Office of the Secretary of State is to exceed the expectations of our customers, the taxpayers, by operating at the highest levels of accuracy, cost - effectiveness, and accountability in a customer - centered environment.

The Administrative Procedures Division (APD) within the Office of the Secretary of State aims to serve our clients, customers, and asso ciates – government agencies, citizens of Tennessee, and judicial partners – by providing impartial, efficient, and sound contested case hearings and mediations. More than 70 state and local government agencies open an average of 8000 cases with APD each y ear on issues ranging from property taxes to professional licensure, civil forfeiture and seizure of assets to the provision of special education services. APD offers an important platform for citizens to contest administrative rulings from government.

Duties for this position will include:
• Liaise with government agencies to plan and organize monthly docket schedules for the Division’s administrative law judges. Serve as the point of contact for customer agencies regarding the scheduling of hearings.
• Coordinate both the randomization and rotation of judge assignments for high - volume preset dockets.
• Review and approve judges’ leave requests, according to the docket schedule, and co ordinat e the rescheduling and reassignment of dockets as necessary.Page 1 of 3
​• Calculate and process monthly billing of government agencies for APD’s work on cases opened with the Division.
• Communicate with government agencies regarding the status of outstanding cases.
• Maintain list of customer agency contacts. Build and maintain relationships with customer contacts, ensuring responsive customer service.
• Develop and maintain business intelligence data. Track, monitor, and analyze key data regarding dockets, scheduling, billing, portfolio of cases, etc.
• Present data in concise, easily understood reports, graphs, charts, etc.
• Relying upon independent analysis of data, ensure the Division is meeting its mission objectives by calling attention to opportunities for improvement, proposing creative solutions, and taking the lead on the proposed special projects when appropriate.
• Staff the Continuing Legal Education Committee, helping design CLE plans for the Division and ensuring the judges’ schedules accommodate those CLE plans.
• Assist the CLE Committee with developing CLE materials.
• Serve as point of contact with CLE - related associates: National Association of Hearing Officials, National Judicial College, and Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education, among others.
• Track CLE courses attended and provided by APD employees. File for CLE credit for CLE hours obtained and provided by APD.
• Staff the APD Academy Committee, helping design monthly internal training opportunities for APD employees and ensuring schedules accommodate these training opportunities. Ensure the activities and topics covered by the CLE Committee and Academy Committee are congruent, not duplicative.
• Serve as point of contact with the Secretary of State’s Information Technology Division to maintain accuracy of data on APD’s website pages. Update data as necessary.
• Learn the functions other support staff perform and serve as backup for other staff members as needed.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• Perfo rm all functions of the job in an independent and responsible manner, including when working remotely.

Requirements:
Education and Experience
• Graduation from an accredited college or university resulting in any one of the following: 1) An Associate ’s Degree in paralegal studies from an ABA - approved program; or 2) an Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in any field plus a Technical Certificate in Paralegal Studies from an ABA - approved program; or 3) a Bachelor’s Degree in Legal/Paralegal studies; or 4) a Masters of Legal Studies; or 5) a Juris Doctor Degree.
• Full - time experience with a history of increased responsibility in the legal profession and prior experience with scheduling are preferred.

Knowledge and Abilities • High attention to detail and accuracy of data entry. Ability to quickly and accurately analyze large volumes of data and ensure accuracy of data.
• Demonstrated strong computer skills, specifically with data management. Comfortable and confident with learning new data management systems .
• Strong clerical and organizational skills, managing and maintaining files and records.
• Strong accounting and mathematical skills. Demonstrated experience managing and processing financial documents.
• Ability to compile and present data in co ncise, easily understood formats, including graphs, charts, etc.Page 2 of 3
​• Strong oral communication skills. Clear talent for active listening to and speaking with customers while maintaining friendly, helpful, and professional demeanor.
• Strong written communication skills. Ability to compose professional, concise, tactful emails using proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
• Ability to envision and articulate proposals for enhancement of case and data management systems and administrative functions.
• Ability to daily manage tasks and correctly prioritize their timely completion.
• Adept at quickly pivoting tasks while maintaining accuracy of work product, especially when workflow is interrupted.
• Skilled at leading special projects, keeping them on track and moving forward towards achieving the objectives.
• Understanding of legal documents and legal terminology is preferred.
• High compete ncy with Adobe Pro, Excel, Outlook, and Word (required); PowerPoint (preferred).
• Ability to use or quickly learn virtual meeting platforms: Webex and MS Teams.
• A service - oriented attitude, both to customers and to colleagues.
• Affinity for and skilled at creatively solving puzzles.
• A nalytical - t hinking and deductive reasoning ability .
• A bility to learn quickly, absorbing important information on the legal meaning and workflow of various document types throughout the litigation process.
• Ability to quickly adapt to new processes when implemented.
• Ability to manage multiple high - volume priorities in a fast - paced environment.
• Knowledge of the administrative law process is a plus.
• Experience writing concept notes and project proposals is preferred, as is knowledge of the following element s of a project proposal: statement of purpose, problem statement, theory of change, objectives, intended outcomes, monitoring and evaluation plan.
Salary will be dependent upon experience and the applicant’s qualifications
Office hours: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Friday.
Office closes for lunch from noon – 1:00 p.m.
Two weeks of vacation (after 90 day probationary period)
Employer subsidized health insurance available


Salary : Commensurate with experience and State of Tennessee benefits package.
Location : The official workstation is the Tennessee Tower in downtown Nashville, TN. After a period of time, consideration may be given, at the discretion of the Director, to allow for remote work.
Hours : The official work hours are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Central Time. After a period of time, consideration may be given, at the discretion of the Director, to allow for an adjustment to the work hours.
Apply To apply, please email your resume, letter of interest including salary requirements, and r eferences to the Division of Human Resources & Organizational Development, sos.hr@tn.gov.


Morgan & Morgan - Litigation Paralegal:

Job Description


Jared Martin at Morgan & Morgan is looking for a litigation paralegal to assist injured workers in getting medical treatment and the temporary/permanent disability benefits they'd be entitled to under Mississippi law. The position would work with Mr. Martin exclusively. The candidate will work directly with Mr. Martin and clients. Mississippi workers' compensation is a bit of a niche field, and he anticipates some training. Experience could be paid more. This is a full-time, in-office position. Interested candidates may email Mr. Martin directly at JFMartin@forthepeople.com.


Paralegal/Legal Assistant Temporary to Permanent Opportunity:
Paralegal/Legal Assistant Job Description

East Memphis insurance defense firm seeks an experienced paralegal or legal assistant for its fast-paced, litigation practice.

Job Duties Include:

• Drafting responses to discovery requests and propounding discovery requests.
• Drafting Answers, deposition notices, subpoenas, and other pleadings.
• Conducting legal, administrative and investigative research.
• Maintaining attorneys’ calendars, scheduling depositions and client consultations.
• Booking court reporters and videographers for depositions, hearings and trials.
• Trial preparation as needed and willingness to attend trials as needed.
• Preparing attorneys for hearings and depositions.
• Managing files.
• Indexing depositions.
• Drafting status reports to clients.
• Requesting and managing medical records.
• Filing court documents on behalf of attorneys.

Qualifications:
• College degree is desirable and paralegal certification is big plus, but not required. • 2 or more years of experience in a litigation setting.
• Current information management skills are required.
• Meticulous organization and attention to detail are essential.

The ideal candidate must have a proactive attitude with excellent written and verbal communication skills.


Send resume and cover letters to br forwarded to GMPAcontact@gmail.com.


Legal Assistant for Criminal Division:
Legal Assistant for Criminal Division Job Description

The Western District of Tennessee, U.S. Attorney's Office has a vacancy announcement to recruit a Legal Assistant for our Criminal Division.
Please see a brief overview of the details about the position from the announcement and a link to the announcement below.

Please Click link https://www.usajobs.gov/job/652846300.


Litigation Paralegal - Reeves Law Firm:
Litigation Paralegal Job Description

Over the years, our Memphis personal injury lawyers have RESCUED countless people who have been injured, who have been wronged, and who feel like they have nowhere else to turn. Our clients are the David to the Goliath of the corporations that have wronged them, and they feel like their voice isn’t heard. That’s why our firm’s motto is “Let Us Be Your Voice.”

We are looking for paralegals who want to BE THEIR VOICE. Specifically, we need litigation paralegals, who wants to be the voice of fairness, for our clients who have been wronged. Over the years we have been the fastest growing law firm in the mid-south, and our Attorneys have grown with that case load. Our legal team members are one of the BEST in the mid-south.

They are experienced, knowledgeable, CARING, and WINNING. Now, we have the business, but the sheer amount of help needed in our communities means we have to find new hero paralegals to represent, to be the voice, of our clients. Are you ready to apply? Are you ready to BE THEIR VOICE?

In all the best law practices, no attorney can successfully prosecute his or her cases without a good paralegal. Just like most doctors could not function without nurses, most attorneys could not function without a paralegal. The paralegal serves a critical role ensuring nothing falls through the cracks. The paralegal takes care of the operational aspects of the legal team's efforts to secure recovery for the client, while the attorney handles the legal aspects of the case and official court duties that require a law license. Are you ready to apply?
The Litigation Paralegal will provide litigation support to lawyers as needed by:

• Contacting clients to discuss the questions received in discovery requests, interrogatories, production requests, and admission request.
• Drafting responses to Discovery requests.
• Coordinating with process servers to serve subpoenas and summonses.
• Drafting legal correspondence and communications with clients.
• Conducting legal and administrative and investigative research.
• Maintaining attorneys’ calendars, scheduling depositions, meetings, and client consultations.
• Booking court reporters and videographers for depositions and trials.
• Drafting medical summaries from medical records
• Filing court documents on behalf of attorneys through the courts electronic filing systems.

Qualifications:

• College degree required.
• Paralegal certificate is a big plus but not required.
• Specific experience in litigation and even more specifically in personal injury or tort law is preferred.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills and excellent customer service skills are essential.
• Strong legal research skills.
• Information Management skills
• Meticulous organization and attention to detail are essential.

Why consider the Reaves Law Firm? The RLF is a growing firm that truly values its clients, team members, and the community. The firm is totally committed to providing unprecedented legal representation and client care. When our team members excel, the RLF and our clients benefit. This approach creates a culture of excellence across the organization. Consider growing your career with us!

Competitive compensation, full benefits including but not limited to health, dental, vision, life insurance, PTO, 401k + match, etc. In order to be considered for this position, please submit three references along with your resume.

Interested candidates should submit their resume and three references to Bill Walker at bill.walker@beyourvoice.com
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