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Legal Practice Assistant (Litigation)

Job Code: 58071715
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Date Posted: 7/24/2017
Position: Litigation
Practice Area: Litigation
Employment Type: Direct Hire

Multiple Legal Practice Assistant jobs in Charlotte, North Carolina are immediately available via Special Counsel. To be considered for this opportunity you must have at least an Associate’s degree or paralegal certificate and 2+ years’ experience in a similar role. Experience with trial preparation and extensive document drafting is required. A minimum typing speed of 70 words per minute and advanced MS Word/Excel scores are also a must. This position is with a well-respected law firm with great work-life balance.
 
Legal Practice Assistant Job Responsibilities
• Research and draft legal documents under the direction of an attorney
• File and e-file documents as needed
• Support multiple attorneys with their administrative needs
• Trial preparation and trial assistance
• Assist multiple departments as a floating legal assistant
Qualifications
• Associate’s degree or Paralegal Certificate
• 2+ years’ experience working in a law firm or corporate legal department
• Advanced Microsoft Word/Excel knowledge
• Typing speed 70+ wpm
• Excellent drafting and research skills
• E-filing knowledge
• Excellent references
• History of stability
 
If you are interested in these legal practice assistant jobs in Charlotte, NC, please submit your resume at charlotte@specialcounsel.com, or via our website: specialcounsel.com.
 
 
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