This well-known and well-respected international law firm seeks a Litigation Paralegal with 2-3 years of litigation experience to support various practice areas in their happy, collaborative, and diverse Washington, DC, office.
35-hour work week and M-F, Hybrid model of 3 days in and 2 days remote, OR you can also work onsite full-time if you wish. During training, you will be in the office full-time for 1 month.
Up to $180 monthly for transpiration, depending on a hybrid model or full-time onsite.
$65,000 – $75,000, plus 3 yearly bonuses and other great benefits, including a transportation allowance.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
This a rare opportunity for a go-getter paralegal to gain valuable and real-work legal experience by working closely with partners and associates on all aspects of litigation, international arbitration, and IP.
Organizing documents and coordinating document productions in litigation;
Obtaining documents and certificates from local or federal courts and state agencies;
Preparing and filing all court documents;
Conducting various document searches and research;
Preparing witness and matter materials;
Preparing for and attending depositions;
Coordinating trial set-up and logistics;
Preparing for and attending client meetings and trials;
Assisting attorneys during meetings with clients and during court proceedings, including by taking notes and handling exhibits;
Acting as a liaison among various internal departments as well as with outside vendors, such as translation services, document production vendors, and trial graphics providers;
Assisting in the preparation of marketing materials.
A BA/BS with a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA; and proficiency in Microsoft Office are required
Possess high attention to detail, a strong work ethic, and is self-motivated;
Demonstrated ability to prioritize, meet deadlines, efficiently multi-task and produce a high-end work product in a fast-paced environment;
Ability and willingness to work overtime;
A solid interest in the legal field, as demonstrated in undergraduate coursework, extracurricular activities, or prior jobs or internships;