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Labor & Employment Litigation Paralegal

San Gabriel, CA
A leading San Gabriel Valley law firm is seeking an experienced litigation paralegal to add to their experienced legal team.  This law firm is committed to providing outstanding results and service to their communities and they pride themselves on being committed to providing services based on ethics and values. The ideal candidate will be responsible for all supportive duties required by senior attorneys.

Job Qualifications
  • Education: California Certified Paralegal
  • Experience: 1+ years Civil Litigation experience required; Employment Law experience preferred
  • Language: English. Spanish preferred but not required
  • Excellent written/verbal communication skills with attention to detail
  • Excellent hands-on computer skills
  • Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work well independently and within a team
  • Ability to work well under pressure, meet deadlines, and maintain accurate files
  • Familiar with case management software, Microsoft Word Suite, Adobe Pro, and other legal technology
  • Familiar with California Discovery Act and all deadlines and dates.

Job Responsibilities
  • File and serve complaints, proofs of service, other pleadings, motions and trial documents and strong experience and knowledge of court filing systems, procedures, and requirements of State and Federal Courts
  • Assist with propounding and responding to various forms of discovery, such as written discovery, setting depositions, responding to demands for physical examinations, with extensive knowledge of the notice and deadline requirements of discovery
  • Edit and finalize litigation documents
  • Maintain internal case database (Smart Advocate)
  • Perform transcription and transcribes dictation
  • Maintain the Sr. Attorney and department’s calendar by scheduling, rescheduling, or cancelling appointments. Alert attorneys about cancelations or new meetings
  • Scheduling mediations and depositions
  • Respond to emails and correspondence on behalf of the attorneys
  • Maintain filing systems
  • Plan, coordinate, and ensure timelines for department’s legal matters including materials for meetings, conference calls and follow-up items
  • Coordinate and arrange for court interpreters as needed for cases
  • General clerical duties include copying, scanning, faxing and data entry
  • Ability to organize and prioritize tasks and complete them under time constraints
  • Drafting of court documents and preparation of court filings
  • Other duties may be assigned in addition to those listed

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