Are you a litigation paralegal with experience preparing for trial interested in a full-time, permanent job opportunity with a top national firm in Tampa, FL? We also want to hear from those with civil litigation and/or Finance experience! You will be drafting legal documents and correspondence, including motions and pleadings; preparing and responding to discovery; handling heavy trial prep from discovery through trial, including preparing trial notebooks, exhibits, charts, voir dire, jury instructions, subpoenas, verdict forms, etc.; calendaring; legal research using WestLaw; and other tasks as assigned. Some travel may be required for trial as well! The ideal candidate will be a pleasure to work with, with excellent multitasking abilities and superb written and verbal communication skills. This is a flexible and casual work environment where people are rewarded well for good work—apply today!
5+ years of civil litigation paralegal experience, experience with attending trial and/or public finance litigation is a plus
Experience document production processes and proficiency with document review databases is required
Must be willing to travel with attorneys as needed
Strong computer proficiency, especially with MS Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint), Adobe Acrobat, and WestLaw. Trial Director experience is a plus!
A thorough understanding of filing/e-filing procedures, calendaring, and legal document formatting guidelines
Solid organizational and multi-tasking skills with high attention to detail
Great communication and interpersonal skills with a helpful, no-job-too-small mindset
If you are a qualified civil litigation paralegal interested in stepping up your career, please apply today! To see additional job opportunities across the country, check out www.specialcounsel.com
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