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Litigation Paralegal

Job Code: 38177423
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Date Posted: 6/7/2018
Position: Paralegal
Practice Area: Litigation
Employment Type: Either Contract or Direct Hire

Special Counsel is currently recruiting for experienced Litigation Paralegals for a fantastic Phoenix Law Firm. We are seeking well organized individuals with great attention to detail.
Job Responsibilities:

  • Drafting legal documents such as complaints, interrogatories, depositions, requests for admissions, requests for production, subpoenas, motions, etc.
  • Compiling, analyzing, and summarizing data
  • Performing legal research & managing files
  • Performing factual and technical investigation and analysis of case issues
  • Assist in case preparation, including discovery and trial
  • Account for daily time and detail of work on each case through online time tracking systems;
  • Other duties and responsibilities as requested by the client.  


  • Minimum 3 years civil litigation experience
  • Must be able to professionally and confidently interact with clients, representatives of national legal organizations, court personnel, opposing counsel and firm personnel to facilitate successful practice.
  • Paralegal certification preferred
  • Solid understanding of AZ Rules of Civil Procedure (state and federal deadlines/rules)
  • Proficient in Word, PowerPoint, Outlook & Adobe Acrobat

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