Adams & Martin Group is seeking an experienced Civil Litigation Paralegal (and ALSO a Legal Assistant/Secretary) for a fully REMOTE opportunity for a NYC based law firm. You MUST be based in California with signficant California litigation experience!
The firm handle cases nationwide and are looking to expand our California division.
They are hiring a litigation paralegal with experience working in the California Superior Court/State Court system.
The ideal candidate will be responsible for assisting attorneys in all stages of litigation matters including filing Complaints, propounding and responding to discovery, preparing pleadings, scheduling and trial preparation.
The ideal candidate will have significant experience in the electronic filing process in California.
This is a remote, full-time position and only candidates with California experience will be considered. Responsibilities
- Assist with case management
- Organize and electronically file pleadings in California
- Coordinate and schedule calendars
- 5+ years' as Litigation Legal Assistant or Paralegal
- Must have experience filing and handling civil cases in California courts
THIS IS FOR AN IMMEDIATE NEED AND THEY WILL BE LOOKING TO INTERVIEW QUICKLY!
Of course, a standard 2-3 week notice period required to give your firm is no problem but they are looking for someone to join the firm soon.
Please apply here for immediate consideration only if you have the requisite experience listed as there is no training provided in this role.
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