- Handle complex case management for state and federal court litigations including discovery, research, hearings and trial preparation and attendance.
- Manage paper and electronic discovery process for all phases of discovery and trial preparation, including coordination of electronic and paper discovery, depositions, transcripts and trial support for large-scale document productions and reviews.
- Create, organize and maintain databases, privilege logs and files containing discovery documents, physical evidence, summaries, deposition transcripts etc.
- Research all case documents, materials, rules and court procedure and prior testimony and publications of opposing experts; analyze, summarize and compile timelines and reports regarding findings.
- Obtain all necessary information and materials from vendors, clients and government agencies; conduct legal research, utilizing internet sources, Lexis-Nexis, Westlaw, etc..
- Coordinate the preparation and filing of briefs and legal documents; draft routine filings; compile appendices and exhibits; prepare and submit electronic court filings.
- Manage all trial preparation and support activity: manage trial exhibits; prepare trial notebooks; maintain expert binders; work room set up; communicate with experts and fact witnesses etc.
- Ability to efficiently gather, maintain and organize information and voluminous documentation to assess claims and initiate responses by the firm.
- Organizational skills to work independently and meet deadlines in an atmosphere of frequent interruptions.
- Organizational skills to maintain daily accounting of time records and input timesheets into the system directly.
- Communication skills to interact with all levels of internal staff, attorneys and management and external clients of the firm.
- Analytical and critical thinking skills sufficient to make decisions regarding daily work.
- Time management skills to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately.
- Ability to work independently to the extent practicable within professional guidelines and ethics.
- Demonstrate appropriate initiative, especially with attorney follow-up items.
- Excellent time-management, organizational and communication skills.
- Ability to monitor a large caseload at various stages of proceeding.
- Work efficiently and accurately.
- Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure.
The Solomon Law Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job Type: Full-time
- Paralegal: 3 years (Required)
- Florida Certified Paralegal (Preferred)