Litigation Paralegal

Morgan & Morgan Philadelphia , PA 19019

Posted 1 week ago

Morgan & Morgan, P.A. is the largest Plaintiffs firm in the country, with more than 500 lawyers and 2,000 support staff.

Job assignment includes:

  • Managing assigned Attorneys calendar
  • Ordering records and bills when asked.
  • Sending out discovery to clients.
  • Sending documents to clients for signature.
  • Coping and sending out mail and faxes
  • Updating pleadings
  • Updating medical information
  • Creating miscellaneous letters as needed.
  • Paying invoices.
  • Helping with trial preparations if needed (copying, preparing exhibits, etc.).
  • Assisting the Litigation Paralegal with various tasks.
  • Filing

Requirements

  • 2+ Years legal assistant/paralegal experience.
  • Excellent Organizational skills
  • Must have litigation experience
  • Experience with doing discovery, research, drafting motions, depositions, mediation, scheduling, litigation, etc.
  • Cast-iron pipe litigation experience preferred

Benefits

Benefits include medical, dental, vision, Short- and Long Term Disability, Life Insurance in addition to other coverages. 401K plan is also available.

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