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Paralegal

Primary Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Assist attorneys with projects and client-related matters. 
  • Maintain clear lines of communication with clients, counsel, court, and others. 
  • Organize and maintain client files in the case management system.
  • Prepare legal documents, including but not limited to, pleadings, motions, and legal memoranda, ensuring exceptional spelling, grammar, format, and content. 
  • Conduct legal research and factual investigation. 
  • Analyze statutes, decisions, legal articles, codes, documents, and other relevant data to advance case preparation and determine causes of action. 
  • Coordinate and summarize depositions. 
  • File documents with the court.
  • Assist attorneys with discovery documents, interrogatories, and responses. 
  • Maintain pleadings and discovery indexes. 
  • Organize exhibits, documents, evidence, briefs, and appendices. 
  • Participate in calendar management, docketing, and preparation for depositions, mediations, and trials. 
  • Communicate with administrative team to ensure that correspondence, client education, and other literature are mailed to clients.
  • Facilitate timekeeping, transcription, and scheduling. 
  • Assist with settlement preparation. 
  • Perform other duties as directed by the Managing Attorney to meet the ongoing needs of the firm.

Requirements and Additional Information: 

  • Applicable knowledge of motions, discovery, terminology, evidence, litigation documentation, court rules, and procedures. 
  • Experience with depositions, mediations, and hearings. 
  • Advanced proficiency with the use of technology, including but not limited to, Microsoft Office Suite, cloud-based case management software, and computer-based legal research. 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. 
  • Detail-oriented, self-motivated, and organized work approach.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and address multiple projects with a high level of quality and productivity.
  • Strong listening and interpersonal skills.
  • Capacity to learn, adapt, and manage a workload with a positive attitude and minimal supervision.
  • Ability to compile, review, classify, prioritize, analyze, and present data effectively.
  • Willingness to work cooperatively.
  • Dependability, initiative, and concern for the needs of the firm.
  • High degree of data entry accuracy.
  • Commitment to providing high-quality legal assistance and building credibility with clients. 

Education and Qualifications: 

  • Certificate of completion from an ABA-approved paralegal certification program of education and training, and/or an Associate Degree in Paralegal Studies. (preferred) 
  • Personal injury experience. (preferred)

Salary Range: $35,000 – $75,000 (commensurate with experience)

 

Associate Litigation Attorney

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Draft and organize legal documents, including but not limited to, pleadings, motions, complaints, demands, and discovery, ensuring exceptional spelling, grammar, format, and content.
  • Conduct legal research and factual investigation.
  • Analyze statutes, decisions, legal articles, codes, documents, and other relevant data to advance case preparation and determine causes of action.
  • Participate in calendar management, docketing, and preparation for depositions, mediations, and trials.
  • Appear at depositions, attend hearings/mediations, and assist at trials.
  • Maintain clear lines of communication with clients, counsel, court, and others.
  • Organize and maintain client files in the case management system.
  • Oversee document filing with the court.
  • Communicate with administrative team to ensure that correspondence, client education, and other literature are mailed to clients.
  • Handle case negotiations.
  • Conduct settlement preparations.
  • Perform other duties as directed by the Managing Attorney to meet the ongoing needs of the firm.

Requirements and Additional Information:

  • Applicable knowledge of motions, discovery, terminology, evidence, litigation documentation, court rules, and procedures.Experience with depositions, mediations, and hearings.
  • Advanced proficiency with the use of technology, including but not limited to, Microsoft Office Suite, cloud-based case management software, and computer-based legal research.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Detail-oriented, self-motivated, and organized work approach.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and address multiple projects with a high level of quality and productivity.
  • Strong listening and interpersonal skills.
  • Capacity to learn, adapt, and manage a workload with a positive attitude and minimal supervision.
  • Ability to compile, review, classify, prioritize, analyze, and present data effectively.
  • Willingness to work cooperatively.
  • Dependability, initiative, and concern for the needs of the firm.
  • High degree of data entry accuracy.
  • Commitment to providing high-quality legal assistance and building credibility with clients.

Qualifications:

  • License to practice law in Indiana. (required)
  • Experience in personal injury litigation. (preferred)
Salary Range: $50,000 – $90,000 (commensurate with experience)

 

 

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