Role Title: Law Clerk I
Education: Law degree, or currently attending an ABA-accredited law school, having completed at least one year of study
- Relativity document coding and redaction experience is highly preferred.
- Requires sound working knowledge of federal and state court systems, legal research procedures, and legal research resources.
- Requires excellent written and oral communication skills and thorough knowledge of legal research tools such as LEXIS and Westlaw.
- Must have hands-on familiarity with a variety of computer applications, including word processing, databases (such as document review and file management systems), spreadsheets, and imaging.
- Role also requires hands-on familiarity with ESI tools and knowledge of eDiscovery procedures and resources.
- Experience in reviewing, evaluating, and analyzing claims, with the ability to apply established criteria to determine legal sufficiency.
- Experience in analyzing and organizing documents for supporting evidence and determining mechanisms to perfect insufficient claims.
- Strong Excel skills with experience using complex workbooks.
- Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills, including experience working with the public (claimants) and with external attorneys (claimants’ legal representatives).
- Excellent research and writing skills, demonstrated experience working with complex statutory and regulatory schemes, and flexibility and creativity in the application of existing policies.
- Assists attorneys with all phases of criminal litigation, including pretrial discovery, motions, hearings, trials, and appeals.
- Reviews and analyzes documents, transcripts, files, and other materials to locate information and evidence relevant to investigative actions or responsiveness to grand jury subpoenas.
- Uses electronic databases to perform litigation support tasks, including reviewing, organizing, indexing, tagging, and summarizing documents, files, and other materials. Conducts database searches for documents and information.
- Identifies possibly privileged documents and reviews and prepares privilege logs.
- Familiarity with federal criminal investigations and trials is desirable.
- Works under the direction of a Supervisory Paralegal or a Project Supervisor.
- Performs complex legal research for the trial staff.
- Assists in preparing draft legal documents, such as motions, briefs, memoranda of law, etc. reviewing documents for relevance and privilege; and assisting attorneys with all phases of litigation.
Expected Deliverables: Law Clerks will focus on Eligibility, Fast Track, and Non-Economic Loss compensation claims review
- Commercial Laws
- Legal Research
- Intellectual Properties