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Litigation Paralegal at Jobot

Litigation Paralegal

Jobot Chattanooga, TN Full Time
$50,000 - $70,000/Year
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This Jobot Job is hosted by: Brian Raffle
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Salary: $50,000 - $70,000 per year

A bit about us:

Our client, a mid-sized law firm, is looking to add a Paralegal to their staff.

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Job Details

General Litigation responsibilities including:

Tracking and communicating case related dates and information
Document and database maintenance, including managing and overseeing electronic data document collections from internal and external clients; searching collected data; recommending and refining searches when appropriate; analyzing data as required using computer assisted review technologies; communicating with data custodians and requesters as necessary; collaborating with external vendors, and other internal IT groups
The review and preparation of documents, reports and correspondence
Assisting with discovery requests and productions, including Bates labeling documents, organizing the production in Firm applications, creating a document production log
Assisting with drafting, proofing, editing, and filing court filings (state and federal) using eFile systems
Knowledge of Subpoena preparation and service of process
Cite-checking and Bluebooking briefs, memorandum, white papers, etc.
Creating tables of authority and tables of contents for court filings
Insuring that all events/deadlines are properly calendared with the Calendaring Department
Assist with witness preparation, direct examination, cross-examination binders/folders for depositions and trial
Assembling and tracking deposition, hearing and trial exhibits
Knowledge of Labor & Employment law


A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
Paralegal Certificate from an ABA-approved program
A minimum of five (5) years of litigation paralegal experience
The ability to handle the multiple responsibilities of case management and trial preparation in a fast-paced team environment; must be detail oriented and work error-free
Knowledge of MS Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel, Kofax PDF and iManage is a plus.
Familiarity with local, state and federal rules of procedure
Understanding of litigation support systems including, Case Notebook, Relativity, ClientSite, strongly desired.
Legal research skills desired.
Proofreading and editing skills strongly desired.
Excellent oral and written communication skills are important.
The flexibility to work overtime, as needed to meet deadlines is desired.
Prior paralegal experience in a litigation environment, is highly desired

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  • Lawsuits
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  • Verbal Communication
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