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Paralegal - Trademark for Morrison & Foerster
Posted August 21, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal - Trademark 

Job Description:
Guided by department objectives and priorities, under minimal supervision provides organizational and substantive assistance to attorneys and paralegals within the practice group. Assignments may extend into other practice areas.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1.Ensures client service and satisfaction are attained in all areas of position.
2.Assist in planning and managing trademark portfolios.
3.Assist with preparation, filing, prosecution and maintenance of trademark applications at U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
4.Initiate foreign filings and correspond with foreign trademark agents regarding trademark applications.
5.Monitor prosecution deadlines.
6.Prepare status charts and communicate with clients regarding new and pending applications.
7.Conduct on-line trademark searches and other investigatory functions.
8.Organize, maintain and update files and docket information related to clients’ trademark portfolios.
9.Handles due dillegence requests.

Education and Experience
1. Bachelor’s Degree.
2. 1-2 years relevant experience in practice area preferred.
3. Law firm experience preferred.
4. Familiarity working with Saegis software.

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Apply on-line at Morrison & Foerster Careers; Job ID 7113

Employer Name:
Morrison & Foerster

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Morrison & Foerster

Company Description:
Morrison & Foerster LLP, an Am Law 50 law firm with 17 offices worldwide. At Morrison & Foerster, our culture is defined by our deeds. We’re passionate about what we do. We’re equally passionate about how we do it. We resist hierarchies and operate within a model of respect — for our colleagues, their ideas, and the differences that make us stronger. We encourage you to learn more about who we are, and what we do.

Labor & Employment Paralegal for Fox Rothschild
Posted August 7, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Labor & Employment - Paralegal

Job Description:
Fox Rothschild LLP is seeking a Labor and Employment Paralegal with a minimum of two years of paralegal experience in litigation/employment matters for the San Francisco office.

Primary Responsibilities
Compiling, preparing, and summarizing relevant materials for use by attorneys in discovery;
Indexing, tracking, and controlling case related materials;
Processing settlements for complex litigation matters;
Reviewing documents for relevance and inclusion in case file;
Summarizing depositions and other transcripts;
Tracking and controlling document discovery (including documents produced and received in discovery);
Indexing, tracking, and controlling exhibits and other materials at depositions and at trial;
Reviewing documents for relevance and privilege according to established guidelines and criteria; and
Working closely and directly with attorneys and clients during all phases of litigation.
Additional responsibilities include supporting attorneys during trial, including assistance with creation of demonstratives and courtroom presentation/support.

Skills and Abilities:
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment.
Ability to maintain highest level of confidentiality and provide outstanding customer service to internal and external clients/contacts.
Demonstrated excellent facility using Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint), database and presentation software.
Working knowledge of Relativity, Excel, Case Notebook and related case management software is required.

Requirements:
BA or BS degree preferred.
Associate's degree or paralegal certificate with two years of comparable work experience required.
A minimum of one year working under a California licensed attorney.
Ability to multitask using analytical and problem-solving skills within a fast-paced environment with competing demands.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills.

This job description is not an exhaustive list of all functions that the employee may be required to perform and the employee may be required to perform additional duties. Additionally, management reserves the right to review and revise the job description at any time. Employment with the firm is at-will. Employees must be able to satisfactorily perform all of the essential functions of the position with or without a reasonable accommodation. If an accommodation request would cause an undue hardship or a safety concern, the individual may not be eligible for the position.

We are not accepting resumes from search firms at this time

EEO m/f/vet/disabled/sexual orientation/gender identity

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can apply directly using the following link: 

Fox Rothschild Recruiting

Employer Name:
Fox Rothschild LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, CA

Employer Website:
Fox Rothschild

Company Description:
Fox Rothschild LLP is an AmLaw 100 full-service law firm built to serve businesses of all sizes as well as individuals. Over the past 100 years, we have grown to more than 900 lawyers in 27 offices coast to coast. Our lawyers provide a full range of legal services to public and private companies – from family-run businesses to multinational corporations – centered around several core areas: corporate, employee benefits, entertainment, financial restructuring & bankruptcy, intellectual property, labor & employment, litigation, real estate, and taxation & wealth planning. Our clients come to us because we understand their issues, their priorities and the way they think. At Fox, we care about your success as much as you do.

Experienced Paralegal for Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan
Posted August 7, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Experienced Paralegal

Job Description:
The San Francisco office of Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP seeks an experienced paralegal. This is an opportunity to join a growing firm and handle a wide variety of responsibilities within a collaborative, team-oriented and dynamic environment.

Candidates should possess exceptional oral and written communication skills and an ability to multi-task. A Bachelor's degree is preferred and three or more years of paralegal experience. Familiarity with insurance client and claims is desirable but not required. We seek experience with MS Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Nextpoint, Westlaw and Adobe.

Paralegal responsibilities include:
- Document organization and review, including identifying important documents, summarizing key information, preparing chronologies and witness lists.
- Database setup and maintenance with vendors, assessing case needs, obtaining quotes, issue coding.
- Organizing information, including preparing charts listing insurance policies and participants in litigation.
- Assisting with document productions, including reviewing for privilege, redacting/bates labeling, preparing privilege logs, research and preparing background information on individuals, companies, judges, attorneys.
- Mediation, motion and trial preparation, including preparing and maintaining exhibit lists.

Compensation:
$60,000 - $70,000 DOE

Employer Contact:
Send cover letter and resume to: HR@nicolaidesllp.com

Employer Name:
Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, California

Employer Website:
Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan

Company Description:
Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP is dedicated to serving the insurance industry throughout the world in evaluating and resolving their most complex risks. With offices in Chicago, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and White Plains, New York, our Firm has experience with disputes in the U.S. and abroad. We provide clients with a global presence, representing them in high exposure disputes before courts and arbitration panels.

At Nicolaides, our greatest asset is our people. Teamwork, collaboration and a focus on creative solutions form the foundation for our success and make us unique among insurance coverage firms. We believe that a dynamic and collegial environment, coupled with a diverse workforce and inclusive culture, is essential to providing the best legal services. We are proud that women constitute more than 50 percent of our partnership and attorneys.

Founded by attorneys with well-established reputations for delivering successful outcomes, our Firm represents many of the largest insurers in the world. We shape insurance law and litigate cutting edge issues, often resulting in decisions of first impression. Our attorneys are at the forefront of the industry’s most challenging and high-profile cases, supported by a highly sophisticated and experienced appellate practice. Peer reviewed publications, such as Martindale Hubbell, Chambers USA, Best Lawyers and Leading Lawyers, have recognized our attorneys, and we are active in insurance-related organizations, including DRI, ACCEC, FDCC and PLUS.

Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. We support and encourage workforce diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability in any of our recruitment, hiring, or placement processes. We will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records and criminal histories pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring, and California law. 

NOTICE TO LEGAL SEARCH FIRMS: Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP does not accept applications or resumes from placement or search agencies. There are no exceptions to this policy, no contract will be formed and no placement fee will be paid with respect to any resume submitted to the Firm by an agency. Resumes received by agencies will be immediately discarded.

Termed Paralegal for Federal Public Defender
Posted August 7, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Termed Paralegal

Job Description:
This is a full-time, termed position. The term will begin upon hire, and will conclude on
September 30, 2021.

The Paralegal will provide assistance in the representation of indigent clients in federal criminal proceedings. Duties include, but are not limited to, preparation of case databases, general case preparation, preparation for trials and evidentiary hearings, litigation support at hearings and trials, coordinating and providing information to experts and witnesses, assisting in the preparation and filing of pleadings and appeals, and document retrieval.

Candidates must possess a high school diploma. A paralegal certificate and / or a college degree is preferred. The position requires a thorough understanding of legal terminology and the procedures associated with federal evidentiary hearings, trials, and contested sentencing proceedings. Candidates must have strong analytical skills, and the ability to communicate clearly orally and in writing. Demonstrated expertise and experience with Word 2013 or 2016 is required. Experience with Excel 2013 or 2016 is also preferred.

This individual will be stationed in the San Francisco office, but will provide paralegal support in each of the three offices of the Federal Public Defender: San Francisco, San Jose, and Oakland. Bi-weekly travel to the San Jose or Oakland offices will be required. Travel will be reimbursed. The Paralegal must possess a valid California Driver’s license.

The position also requires occasional travel outside of the district and the state, for training and litigation.

The position requires physical activity; applicants must be able to lift and file banker’s boxes of legal files and move boxes of case files or supplies.

Salary is based on the Judicial Salary Plan and is commensurate with experience. The position is subject to mandatory electronic fund transfer (direct deposit) for payment of salary. Benefits are provided. More information on benefits for federal judiciary employees may be found here: US Courts Benefits.

This position is subject to an FBI fingerprint check and background investigation. Employment will be provisional and contingent upon satisfactory completion of the required investigation.

Non-Citizen Applicants: Under federal law, non-citizens may be interviewed and considered for employment in the Office of the Federal Public Defender. Employment offers, however, can only be made to individuals who qualify under one of the exceptions in 8 U.S.C. § 1324b(a)(3)(B). In most cases, this means that an offer of employment cannot be made unless the candidate is a U.S. Citizen, or a lawful permanent resident who is seeking U.S. citizenship as described here: Citizenship Requirements

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Applications will only be accepted online, and must be submitted at:

Termed Paralegal Application

In addition to the biographical information requested at this application site, please prepare and upload a .pdf application packet. This packet should include in a single .pdf file:

• A plain face sheet, containing only your last name, first name, and employer or
employment status. This should be centered on the page and in size 40 font;
• A brief cover letter;
• Your resume;
• A separate “Systems / Software” list of specific systems and software expertise and
experience. The degree of experience with the system or software should be described,
and any certifications or licenses noted. Examples include, but are not limited to,
Casemap, Timemap, Relativity, Concordance, Adobe Acrobat, Excel, MS Word 2016,
MS Access, Python, and SPSS.
• Three references (references will not be contacted until the applicant is advised).
The completed and uploaded single .pdf file should be named, “Last name, first name” (e.g.,
“Doe, Jane.pdf”) and uploaded to the website listed above.

Applications will not be accepted by mail, email, or fax. Accurate compliance with these
application instructions is a factor expressly considered in the evaluation of the application.

Applicants will only be contacted if selected for an interview. The position will remain open until filled by the Federal Public Defender.

Employer Name:
Federal Public Defender

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, with travel to San Jose and Oakland

Employer Website:
Federal Public Defender

Company Description:
The Defender operates under the authority of the Criminal Justice Act, U.S.C. § 3006A, to provide defense services in federal criminal cases.

Paralegal for Federal Public Defender
Posted August 7, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal

Job Description:
Duties for this position include organization and analysis of discovery, preparation of case
databases, compiling and providing evidence summaries to attorneys and case teams, and litigation support at evidentiary hearings and trials.

This individual will be stationed in the San Jose office. Occasional travel to the San Francisco and Oakland offices may be required. The position also requires occasional travel outside of the district and the state, for training and litigation.

Applicants must possess strong analytical skills, with demonstrated experience in the organization, review, and courtroom presentation of complex cases or cases with extensive discovery. Excellent technology skills are essential; experience in litigation support and case management software is strongly preferred.

Applicants should also demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills. Criminal defense work, federal court experience, and trial preparation experience is helpful, but is not required.

Applicants must have a college degree and/or paralegal certificate, and two years of paralegal or equivalent experience.

Salary is based on the Judicial Salary Plan and is commensurate with experience. The position is subject to mandatory electronic fund transfer (direct deposit) for payment of salary. Benefits are provided. More information on benefits for federal judiciary employees may be found here: US Courts Benefits.

This position is subject to an FBI fingerprint check and background investigation. Employment will be provisional and contingent upon satisfactory completion of the required investigation.

Non-Citizen Applicants: Under federal law, non-citizens may be interviewed and considered for employment in the Office of the Federal Public Defender. Employment offers, however, can only be made to individuals who qualify under one of the exceptions in 8 U.S.C. § 1324b(a)(3)(B). In most cases, this means that an offer of employment cannot be made unless the candidate is a U.S. Citizen, or a lawful permanent resident who is seeking U.S. citizenship as described here: Citizenship Requirements

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Applications will only be accepted online, and must be submitted at:

Application for Federal Public Defender Job

In addition to the biographical information requested at this application site, please prepare and upload a .pdf application packet. This packet should include in a single .pdf file:

• A plain face sheet, containing only your last name, first name, and employer or
employment status. This should be centered on the page and in size 40 font;
• A brief cover letter;
• Your resume;
• A separate “Systems / Software” list of specific systems and software expertise and
experience. The degree of experience with the system or software should be described,
and any certifications or licenses noted. Examples include, but are not limited to,
Casemap, Timemap, Relativity, Concordance, Adobe Acrobat, Excel, MS Word 2016,
MS Access, Python, and SPSS.
• Three references (references will not be contacted until the applicant is advised).
The completed and uploaded single .pdf file should be named, “Last name, first name” (e.g.,
“Doe, Jane.pdf”) and uploaded to the website listed above.

Applications will not be accepted by mail, email, or fax. Accurate compliance with these
application instructions is a factor expressly considered in the evaluation of the application.

Applicants will only be contacted if selected for an interview. The position will remain open until filled by the Federal Public Defender.

Employer Name:
Federal Public Defender

Employer City / Location:
San Jose

Employer Website:
Federal Public Defender

Company Description:
The Federal Public Defender operates under the authority of the federal Criminal Justice Act, to provide federal criminal defense services by court appointment to individuals unable to afford counsel.

IP Litigation Paralegal for an Intellectual Property Law Firm
Posted August 1, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
IP Litigation Paralegal 

Job Description:
Silicon Valley boutique law firm is seeking an experienced litigation paralegal to join their team. Prior experience supporting federal litigation is required. This professional will support attorneys in all aspects of the the firm's busy practice.

Primary responsibilities will include:

- ECF filing and service of federal court documents
- Maintaining case calendars and ongoing docket of deadlines, update events as cases progress through stages of litigation, and monitor and remind attorneys and teams of deadlines
- Managing intake of new cases and maintenance of client files, including upkeep and archiving of firm and client records – set up, organize, maintain and archive electronic files
- Assisting in the word processing and cite checking of legal documents, including review of legal documents for errors and accuracy as to citations
- Familiarity with court rules
- Handling confidential and sensitive materials from clients and other parties
- Coordinating with attorneys on document production and review processes, including acting as interface with e-discovery vendors and review platform providers
- Assisting with billing-related responsibilities
- Supporting general office activities

Minimum qualifications and characteristics needed:

- Experience in federal court litigation in a law firm environment
- Experience with ECF filing and word processing of litigation documents
- Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Outlook and Word (ideally also Excel and PowerPoint), with experience in generating TOC and TOA preferred
- Experience with e-discovery and document production preferred
- Paralegal certificate or a degree from an accredited college preferred
- Experience with and/or interest in intellectual property law
- Flexibility in terms of willingness and ability to perform a variety of tasks as needed
- Self-starter who takes pride of ownership in projects and is willing to learn from others
- Reliability in being in office on time and consistently during scheduled hours
- Willingness to work occasional overtime as needed

Compensation:
Competitive salary and excellent benefits, including full medical benefits for employee and dependents.

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume to Michelle Seifert via email: Michelle@rinconsearch.com

Employer Name:
Intellectual Property Law Firm

Employer City / Location:
Silicon Valley

Employer Website:
Rincon Search

Company Description:

Rincon Search offers over a decade of specialized, full-cycle recruiting expertise and several years of both practical and recruiting experience in the Legal industries. Our success is founded on a consultative partnership approach with our select clients.

Administrative Research Coordinator for Stanford Law School
Posted August 1, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Administrative Research Coordinator, Faculty Support Team, Stanford Law School

Job Description:
Administrative Associate 3 Job Code: 4103

This position, Administrative Research Coordinator is well suited to a person with experience as a paralegal in the areas of securities litigation or corporate law, or with similar levels of knowledge and training.

The ideal candidate will have strong research and presentation skills, be able to conduct research projects without close supervision, take pride in his or her accomplishments, and have excellent attention to detail. Relevant skills include proficiency with PowerPoint, Excel, and word processing applications, together with knowledge of legal research tools such as Lexis and Westlaw, or the willingness to learn these research tools.

The ideal candidate will also be knowledgeable about, or willing to master, the SEC’s online EDGAR database and related legal and financial databases. The ability to maintain and create video files that will be used for teaching and executive education, as well as graphics experience, is desirable but not essential. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interact with senior corporate executives and government officials are also valuable.

You will support teaching and researching agendas, including the construction and maintenance of novel databases related to domestic and international litigation matters, support the Law School’s executive education program, and support courses related to the operation of financial markets. 

The successful candidate will also maintain a full range of administrative and research duties, and is expected to work collaboratively with many departments within the Law School and externally to achieve a broad range of programmatic and academic goals.

This position is part of the Faculty Support Team and reports to the Director of Faculty Support Services.

Responsibilities:
• Research articles, topics, and case law using various internet search engines and research databases; conduct research on and help prepare presentations relating to topical developments in financial markets and in the regulatory environment.
• Assist with preparation of course materials and handouts, including class readings and announcements in Canvas or class related projects; coordinate logistics for class speakers or visitors.
• Research, prepare and record copyright permission requests for course materials through Copyright Clearance Center or SIPX.
• Support and maintain teaching materials, including video files; extensive editing of presentations, articles, and manuscripts.
• Support the operation of a range of executive education programs, such as Directors’ College as needed.
• Liaison to judiciary, academics, law firms, the media, and government officials.
• Coordinate complex travel arrangements, both domestic and international, prepare itineraries, and obtain visas and other travel documentation needed in compliance with unit, university, and sponsor policies.
• Coordinate assignments for student research assistants and schedule student meetings.
• Oversee and/or process a variety of complex financial transactions (process invoices and reimbursements, including pcard and travel card transactions); produce, monitor, and reconcile budget statements; research, identify, and resolve discrepancies. May assist with capital or special equipment requests and/or vendor selection.
• Develop close working relationships with all law school departments.
• Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Education & Experience:

High school diploma and four years of administrative experience, or combination of education and relevant experience. 3-5 years of research or administrative experience in a corporate or academic setting and a bachelor’s degree strongly preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Advanced computer skills and demonstrated experience with office software and email applications. This includes being able to use the advanced format features and complex mathematical functions in Word and Excel.
• Must have or be willing to promptly acquire, knowledge of computer-based research programs such as Lexis or Westlaw. Will be expected to gain working knowledge of Stanford systems, including Oracle, if not already proficient.
• Must be able to establish priorities and handle multiple time-sensitive projects.
• Must have exceptional organizational skills as well as excellent verbal and written communication.
• Ability to gather, process, analyze and report information. Must be a creative problem solver.
• Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to take initiative and ownership of projects and exhibit strong attention to detail.
• Ability to routinely and independently exercise sound judgment in making decisions.
• Proven record of dependability and strong commitment to professional development.
Stanford Law School seeks to hire the best talent and to promote a safe and secure environment for all members of the university community and its property. To that end, new staff hires must successfully pass a background check prior to starting work at Stanford University.

* - Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Please apply on the Stanford Careers website at http://m.rfer.us/STANFORD8o97mZ

Employer Name:
Stanford Law School

Employer City / Location:
Stanford, California 

Employer Website:
Stanford Law School Jobs

Litigation Paralegal for a San Francisco Law Firm
Posted August 1, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Litigation Paralegal 

Job Description:
We are assisting a San Francisco law firm with their search for a Paralegal. This is an opportunity to work alongside well-known lawyers representing public agencies throughout California on a wide variety of cases.

Under the direct supervision of an attorney, this position will:
• Draft, proofread and finalize documents including correspondence, subpoenas, pleadings, motions, and discovery;
• Assist with preparing for trials, hearings, and other litigation matters;
• Prepare for depositions and interact with experts;
• Assist with the conflicts process;
• Provide project management on the above-mentioned client services.

If you are interested in using your litigation knowledge on a robust yet small team to assist preeminent attorneys with representing cities, counties, municipalities, and non-profits on labor & employment, personal injury, and other matters get in touch to learn more. 

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and/or an ABA-approved Paralegal certificate plus at least 4 years of related litigation paralegal experience, excellent writing, and effective organizational skills.

Compensation:
$75,000.00 to $90,000.00 /year

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume to - 

Janice Shepherd
Executive Legal Recruiter
Access Talent Solutions, LLC
janice@accesstalentsolutions.com
415.915.5071

Employer Name:
Access Talent Solutions

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, CA

Employer Website:
Access Talent Solutions

Company Description:
At Access Talent Solutions, we are committed to being career advocates. We dedicate ourselves to working with talented legal professionals that are seeking the opportunity to partner with an experienced, dedicated legal recruiter. Through our expertise and hiring connections, we support our candidates in navigating the rapidly changing job market, while providing ongoing personalized career coaching.

Trial Paralegal for a Personal Injury Firm
Posted July 30, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Trial Paralegal

Job Description:
Prominent San Francisco based personal injury firm is looking for a litigation paralegal preferably with experience in the practice area to join their team. A successful candidate is someone that can thrive in a fast-paced environment and be a team player.

Responsibilities include propounding and responding to discovery, preparation of supporting documents for motions, obtain, review and organize medical records/billings, draft demand letters, heavy interaction with clients, and trial preparation.

Requirements include a paralegal certification and/or Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 3 years of paralegal experience, solid understanding of civil litigation (state deadlines and rules), highly organized with a strong attention to details, and a positive attitude.

Salary is competitive, free parking in the building, and many other benefits and perks. Pay DOE

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume to Michelle Seifert via email: Michelle@Rinconsearch.com

Employer Name:
Rincon Search (Recruiting Partner)

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco 

Employer Website:
Rincon Search (Recruiting Partner)

Company Description:

Rincon Search offers over a decade of specialized, full-cycle recruiting expertise and several years of both practical and recruiting experience in the Legal industries. Our success is founded on a consultative partnership approach with our select clients.

Paralegal for Haight Brown & Bonesteel
Posted July 30, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal

Job Description:
Haight Brown & Bonesteel LLP has an opening for a litigation paralegal in its San Francisco office. The Ideal candidate is a self-starter who is dedicated, efficient and an independent thinker, who excels when working in a team-oriented environment. We will consider candidates with a certificate of completion from a paralegal program approved by the American Bar Association. A strong understanding and working knowledge of the California Code of Civil Procedure is required as well as the ability to perform legal research; conduct asset searches and basic investigation; draft and issue subpoenas; and draft, summarize and index discovery and documents. Candidates should also have experience scanning, coding, uploading, storing and printing of documents. Preferred candidates have experience with Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint; and additional experience with some or all of the following - Summation; Concordance; and Trial Director.

Education and Experience

• paralegal certification from a paralegal program approved by the American Bar Association
• 3+ years experience as a litigation paralegal
• thorough knowledge of legal terminology, key discovery statutes, principles and procedures

Key Competencies

• research skills
• analytical skills
• critical thinking skills
• efficiency & time management
• planning and organizing
• information monitoring
• strong communication skills
• stress tolerance in high pressure litigation
• attention to detail and accuracy

Other responsibilities and duties include

• organize documents and coordinate document productions
• work with outside vendors concerning large copy and scanning projects
• conduct various document searches and factual research, including Outlook searches
• prepare materials for discovery and case presentation
• prepare materials for depositions
• prepare filings and exhibits for motions
• court filings and service on other parties
• act as liaison among various internal departments as well as with outside agencies
• prepare for and attend trials

Compensation:
Salary and bonus DOE but highly competitive with similar sized firms. We offer a competitive salary, performance-based bonuses, and a benefits package that includes PTO, 401K, and health insurance.

Employer Contact:
Email a cover letter, resume and writing samples to recruiting@hbblaw.com with "SF Paralegal Candidate" in the subject line.

Employer Name:
Haight Brown & Bonesteel LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Haight Brown & Bonesteel

Company Description:
Since 1937, we have been recognized as a leading law firm in California. We provide services through lawyers practicing in the cities of Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside, Sacramento, San Diego and San Francisco. We assist our clients in a variety of practice areas including: appellate; business solutions; construction; elder care; employment & labor; environmental law & toxic tort; food safety; general liability; product liability; professional liability; public entity; insurance law; transactional and transportation law.

Administrative Assistant for Law Offices of Marina Serebryanaya and Mark Nemtsov
Posted July 30, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Administrative Assistant 

Job Description:
Telephone
* Office calendar for two attorneys using online and manual calendar
* Deadline calendar
* Work closely with clients in gathering case documents
* General office tasks including filing, mailing and mail distribution within the office, scanning, copying
* Ordering supplies
* Monitoring fedex and other couriers shipping and deliveries for time-sensitive matters
* Draft immigration forms (light)
* Process credit card payments through LawPay
* Perform other tasks as assigned

Requirements:
* Strong organizational skills
* Excellent Interpersonal skills
* Close attention to detail
* Dependability
* Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook)
* Fluent English including an ability to write proper business email messages in re calendaring, document gathering and other issues
* Some Russian is a plus (not necessary but desirable)

Compensation:
DOE 

Employer Contact:
Please send your resume and a cover letter to careers@msvisa.com

Employer Name:
Law Offices of Marina Serebryanaya and Mark Nemtsov, PC

Employer City / Location:
South San Francisco

Employer Website:
Law Offices of Marina Serebryanaya and Mark Nemtsov
marina@msvisa.com

Company Description:
A boutique business immigration law firm, a great group of talented people. Excellent opportunities for training.

Business Immigration Paralegal for Law Offices of Marina Serebryanaya and Mark Nemtsov
Posted July 30, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Business immigration paralegal 

Job Description:
Handle a high-volume caseload

· Have hands on experience with labor certification applications (PERM), I-140 immigrant visa petitions, L, O, H-1B, H-3, J-1 and TNs

· Utilize web-based immigration case management system and database continuously and accurately

Requirements:
* Strong organizational skills
* Interpersonal skills
* Demonstrated attention to detail
* Dependability
* Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook)
* Fluent English including an ability to write and / or modify petitioner's letters, testimonials, and similar.
* Speaking Russian is a plus although not required

We look for a full time employee but will consider applicants interested in a part-time position if you can hit the grounds running

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Please send your resume AND your cover letter to careers@msvisa.com

Employer Name:
Law Offices of Marina Serebryanaya and Mark Nemtsov, PC 

Employer City / Location:
South San Francisco

Employer Website:
Law Offices of Marina Serebryanaya and Mark Nemtsov

Company Description:
Boutique immigration firm, a great group of talented people. Excellent training opportunities through in house training and AILA seminars.

Paralegal for SF Tenants Firm Wolford Wayne
Posted July 26, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
SF Tenants Firm Seeks Paralegal 

Job Description:
Small, fast-growing San Francisco tenants’ rights law firm seeks experienced paralegal. Our dream candidate is a skilled writer, bilingual in Spanish or Mandarin, and has a demonstrated commitment to social justice. One to three years of litigation experience is desired, but we will train the right person. Work under the supervision of senior paralegal and partner attorneys. Our firm offers a collegial, supportive work environment; competitive benefits and pay; bright and airy downtown offices; and lots of room for professional growth. Please submit a resume with a brief writing sample (~1 - 2 pages) and professional references.

Job duties include client document and information management; drafting discovery requests to opp. parties and responses on behalf of clients; case work-up in preparation for filing initial complaint; drafting correspondence and pleadings; legal research; document review; public records requests; preparation of subpoenas. 

Candidates should be willing and able to learn about landlord-tenant law and civil procedure as they pertain to the firm's practice.

* Spanish or Chinese language ability is a huge plus

*Compensation and Benefits:*

We offer a competitive salary, performance-based bonuses, and a benefits package that includes PTO, 401K (after one year), and health insurance.

Salary and bonus DOE but highly competitive with similar sized firms.

Interested candidates should respond to this ad with a cover letter, resume, and writing sample.

Compensation:
Salary and bonus DOE but highly competitive with similar sized firms. We offer a competitive salary, performance-based bonuses, and a benefits package that includes PTO, 401K (after one year), and health insurance.

Employer Contact:
Email a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to daniel@wolford-wayne.com

Employer Name:
Wolford Wayne LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Paralegal - Personal Injury for Hassell Law Group
Posted July 26, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal - Personal Injury

Job Description:
Top rated San Francisco Personal Injury firm with 4 attorneys seeks paralegal with a minimum of 1 year paralegal experience in personal injury law. Position includes fully paid health insurance, 401k plan, 2 weeks paid vacation per year, and more. Muni stops right in front of our office. BART is 10-15 min walk. 

Compensation:
$52,000-$72,800 per year, DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume and cover letter to Dawn Hassell, Managing Attorney, via email: dawn@hasselllawgroup.com. No phone calls please. Email resume and cover letter.

Employer Name:
Hassell Law Group

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Hassell Law Group

Junior Litigation Paralegal / Case Assistant for Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy
Posted July 23, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
JR. LITIGATION PARALEGAL / CASE ASSISTANT

Job Description:
A Nationally recognized law firm seeks an experienced Litigation Paralegals to join its team. Candidate must be a resident of the mid-Peninsula. Candidate should have excellent communication and organization skills, and be detail oriented.

Excellent PC skills, must have ability to work in Word. Applicants must be college graduates and agree to a minimum of a two-year commitment. A background in business and finance is a plus.

Job duties include extensive researching, attending and assisting at trial, depositions, motion practice, analysis and management of documents and discovery.

Compensation:
Depends on experience

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume an cover letter to Phyllis Lee, Office Administrator, via email:cpmemployment@gmail.com

Employer Name:
Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, LLP

Employer City / Location:
Burlingame

Employer Website:
Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy

Company Description:
Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, LLP, based in the San Francisco Peninsula for a half-century, engages exclusively in litigation and trials.

The firm’s dedication to prosecuting or defending socially just actions has earned it a national reputation. With additional offices in Los Angeles and New York, the core of CPM is its people and their dedication to principles of law, their work ethic, and their commitment to justice. 

Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy was founded by senior partner Joseph Cotchett. Over the years, various attorneys in the firm have gone on to serve as judges, public officeholders, and leaders of business and public entities. The firm is nationally recognized, and has received numerous awards from the legal profession and for its community involvement.

Energy & Telecommunications Paralegal for the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office
Posted July 22, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Energy & Telecommunications Paralegal

Job Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is looking for an experienced paralegal to join its Energy and Telecommunications Team. The Energy and Telecommunications Team provides legal support to the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, the Department of Technology and other departments on energy and telecommunications matters. The team also regularly represents the City in regulatory proceedings at state and federal agencies, with a focus on public power and protecting energy and telecommunications consumers.
Paralegals work under the direction of attorneys and provide a variety of paraprofessional legal duties in a fast-paced, high-volume advice, regulatory, and transactional practice. This position requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, the ability to analyze problems and use independent critical thinking to resolve them, attention to detail and high quality work product; the ability to perform detailed analytical work efficiently and with accuracy; initiative, and strong collaboration skills. The candidate is expected to manage multiple tasks and deadlines simultaneously, accept written and oral direction, accurately prioritize projects, and interact respectfully and effectively with Team attorneys and secretaries, office personnel, court personnel, client representatives, vendors, representatives of other governmental departments/entities, and the general public. The responsibilities listed below are representative of the range of duties assigned and are n ot intended as an exhaustive list.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Mentor and train legal assistants and paralegal interns. This responsibility includes providing training and guidance to these employees on Office and Team procedures, as well as litigation support software, and assisting them on case management and communication strategies with attorneys, staff, clients and others.
• Assist with implementing document litigation holds across various City departments.
• Coordinate with the Litigation Support Team on case setup and database establishment and maintenance.
• Responsible for creating and organizing case-specific databases and maintaining case custodian lists on assigned cases.
• Coordinate with attorneys, investigators, paralegals, legal assistants, secretaries, and others and effectively communicate with respect to assignments, workloads, status, and performance.
• Estimate and communicate realistic deadlines and expectations to attorneys.
• Assist in preparing motions and other pleadings by gathering exhibits, preparing and managing declarations, and fact and legal cite checking briefs and supporting documents using both Blue Book and California styles.
• Assist on appeals, including assembling the record and conducting fact and legal cite checking.
• Assist in drafting and reviewing subpoenas, all forms of discovery documents, legal memoranda and correspondence.
• Assist with reviewing City contracts for accuracy and making sure they conform to the approved template.
• Assist with discovery, including electronic discovery, and the organization, case management, collection, review strategy, and production of documents obtained from litigants and City departments; prepare privilege logs.
• Organize, review and prepare documents, exhibits, transcripts and other materials for use during investigations, discovery, hearings, trials and arbitrations using Concordance, Eclipse, CaseMap, Text Map and Trial Director and other software.
• Conduct database searches using software such as IPRO Eclipse, Concordance, CaseMap and Text Map, and review documents within these programs for relevance, responsiveness and privilege.
• Assist with other projects and duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved program, or other significant work experience such that statutory requirements are satisfied (Bus. & Prof. Code § 6450 compliant).
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
• Minimum 5 years of litigation or transactional experience as a paralegal or legal assistant.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Working knowledge of legal procedures, legal terminology and court rules.
• Experience with Bankruptcy or Energy law.
• Experience with Transactional or Regulatory work.
• Experience with legislative research.
• Adept in Microsoft Office Suite.
• Experience with Adobe Professional, SharePoint, TextMap, Concordance, Eclipse, CaseMap and Trial Director, or other similar software.

Compensation:
Based on Experience

Employer Contact:
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Colleen Dietterle, Manager of Legal Support and Administrative Services, at: colleen.dietterle@sfcityatty.org

Employer Name:
San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Litigation Paralegal for the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office
Posted July 22, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Litigation Paralegal

Job Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is looking for an experienced Paralegal to join its Litigation Team. The Litigation Team handles the defense of litigation brought against the City and County of San Francisco; practices in State and Federal Court; and handles cases such as personal injury, civil rights and property damage. Paralegals work under the direction of attorneys and provide a wide range of paraprofessional legal support in a fast paced, high volume litigation practice. This position requires excellent verbal and writing skills, and an ability to work both independently and collaboratively across multiple legal teams. The candidate must have the ability to analyze legal problems, perform detailed analytical work with accuracy and initiative and exercise excellent judgment. The candidate will be a self-starter who is able to manage multiple tasks and deadlines, accept written and oral instructions, and communicate effectively and tactfully with attorneys, off ice personnel, City departments and agencies, court personnel, vendors and the general public.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Assist with team-wide project management. This includes, but is not limited to, coordinating with attorneys and staff to ensure all deadlines are met in a timely manner; managing work flow and work loads of paraprofessionals on litigation matters; distributing and redistributing projects and tasks, as needed, so that all team deadlines are met; and communicating with the Paralegal Manager and Team Leader as to work status or if additional resources are needed.
• Mentor and train legal assistants and paralegal interns. This includes training on legal procedures as well as litigation support software.
• Assist with implementing litigation holds across various City departments.
• Assist in preparing motions by gathering exhibits, ensuring documents are accurate, properly formatted and filed in a timely manner.
• Assist in drafting and reviewing subpoenas, all forms of discovery documents, legal memoranda and correspondence.
• Assist with discovery, particularly electronic discovery, and the organization, case management, collection, and review strategy of documents obtained from litigants and City departments.
• Conduct database searches in IPRO Eclipse, Concordance, CaseMap and Text Map, and review documents within these programs for relevance, responsiveness and privilege.
• Organize, review and prepare documents, exhibits, transcripts and other materials for use during investigations, depositions, hearings or trial, including preparing and running Trial Director. .
• Assist with other projects and duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved program, or other significant work experience such that statutory requirements are satisfied (Bus. & Prof. Code § 6450 compliant).
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
• Minimum 5 years of litigation or transactional experience as a paralegal or legal assistant.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Working knowledge of legal procedures, legal terminology and court rules.
• Adept in Microsoft Office Suite.
• Experience with TextMap, Concordance, Eclipse, CaseMap and Trial Director, Adobe Professional or other similar software.

Compensation:
Based on Experience

Employer Contact:
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Colleen Dietterle, Manager of Legal Support & Administrative Services, at: colleen.dietterle@sfcityatty.org

Employer Name:
San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Corporate Paralegal for Longroad Energy
Posted July 19, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Corporate Paralegal

Job Description:
The Corporate Paralegal is responsible for supporting the legal department at a fast-paced, rapidly growing company with respect to a broad range of legal, transactional, compliance and administrative matters.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record working directly with in-house attorneys as an in-house corporate paralegal and will have demonstrated experience in contract review and entity management tasks including corporate governance, maintenance of corporate books and records, corporate policy implementation and supporting complex transactions.

Must possess good judgment, good verbal skills, strong organizational abilities and a strong ability to prioritize a rapidly changing workload and operate independently with minimal supervision. Reports to VP, Legal based in San Francisco.

Key Accountabilities

- Review, interpret, and assist with negotiations of contract documents, including non-disclosure agreements and master services agreements.
- Managing the formation, maintenance, dissolution, acquisition and disposition of companies, including drafting documents based on existing templates, preparing and maintaining charter documents and foreign qualifications, business registrations and powers of attorney and timely filing statutory reports in all necessary jurisdictions.
- Preparing and maintaining minute books and other corporate records for the Longroad Energy Holdings subsidiaries, including preparing written consents, gathering approvals and signatures, ensuring that all Longroad Energy companies maintain good standing status in various jurisdictions and responding to requests from internal personnel for corporate records and information.
- Coordinate responses to requests by internal and external auditors and maintain records in data room used by external auditors to track corporate minutes and consents.
- Participate in strategic initiatives as needed including preparing and organizing documents, providing due diligence support, data room management, and liaising with third parties.
- Project-specific work as may be assigned from time to time, including providing support to the legal team in handling transactional matters including preparing officer’s certificates and resolutions, obtaining signature pages, providing structure charts using Microsoft PowerPoint and standard organization chart software, obtaining good standing certificates, coordinating with outside counsel to ensure smooth transaction closings, responding to extensive know-your-customer and other regulatory requests of financing counterparties.
- Provide high level paralegal and administrative support with minimal supervision; demonstrate exceptional organizational skills and handle various legal tasks with strong attention to detail. Must have strong written and oral communication skills, ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks simultaneously within a fast-paced environment.

Qualifications

Educational Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree required. Paralegal certificate and Notary certification a plus.

Required Work Experience: Minimum of 3-5 years in-house corporate paralegal experience required. Experience at an energy development company a plus.

Additional Requirements

Must possess strengths in the following areas:

- Exceptional organization skills, strong self-motivator with high attention to detail.
- Excellent time and deadline management skills in fast paced environment, able to prioritize multiple projects and reprioritize quickly and efficiently.
- Must have strong interpersonal skills, ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization in a positive, collaborative manner.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills including familiarity with common legal terminology.
- Must be able to uphold highest standards of discretion and confidentiality and exercise good judgment on day-to-day decisions.
- Flexibility in work hours and responsibilities, willingness to work evenings or weekends to assist with closings and during high activity periods.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat required, experience with Citrix Sharefile a plus.

Compensation:
85k+ 

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume and cover letter to Heather via email: careers@longroadenergy.com

Employer Name:
Longroad Energy

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Longroad Energy

Company Description:
Longroad Energy is a Boston, MA-headquartered renewable energy developer focused on the development and operation of wind and solar energy projects throughout North America.

Director of Operations, Mills Legal Clinic, Stanford Law School
Posted July 19, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Director of Operations, Mills Legal Clinic, Stanford Law School

Job Description:
Introduction:
The Mills Legal Clinic (MLC) is one of the premiere clinical legal education programs in the nation, with a significant national profile. It is the umbrella organization containing eleven distinct live-client clinics at Stanford Law School (SLS). The MLC operates as a large public interest law organization within SLS, and has its own management and staffing structure. Enrolling over 150 SLS students each academic year, the MLC advances a dual mission of providing (1) experiential, live-client education opportunities to law students and (2) outstanding legal representation to underserved clients and community partners in core and cutting edge areas of public interest law (immigration, environment, human rights, etc.). Each of the eleven distinct clinics within the MLC is directed by one or two members of the law faculty, and each has at least one additional attorney supervising students in their practice of law. The MLC is also staffed by approximately 10 non-instructional (administrative, finance) staff.

Position:
The MLC seeks to hire an accomplished, self-confident Director who can oversee the administrative and operational functions of the MLC. In this role, you will directly supervise the Clinic administrative staff (who work closely with the faculty directors) and collaborate with other SLS non-instructional units to ensure the smooth operation of the Clinic’s educational and law practice functions. You will oversee the support of the Clinic’s law practice, in both litigation (state and federal courts and agencies) and non-litigation (transactional, policy) settings, and coordinate all aspects of the clinic’s educational functioning, including curricular support and student relations. You will report jointly to the Associate Dean for Clinical Education and to the Senior Associate Dean for Administration, and work closely with the clinical faculty directors and with the SLS administrative and operational leadership.

Core Duties:

Clinic Program Administration
• Ensure that the unique administrative and operational needs of each distinct clinic within MLC are met, through developing a nuanced and detailed understanding of clinical education at SLS.
• Advise faculty leadership on recommendations for current and future operations of the MLC.
• Conduct, during the first year of employment, an assessment of operations and processes of the MLC.
• Participate in MLC management team by assisting Associate Dean in planning clinic operations and by attending (and preparing for) clinic directors’ meetings.
• Promote and strengthen Clinic’s unique educational, client-facing, and public service missions within SLS.
• Perform and manage student-facing communications on administrative and curricular matters, such as enrollment prerequisites, clinic registration, and regulatory compliance issues.
• Oversee event planning for student-facing (4+/year) and internal (2+/year) events, collaborating with other appropriate SLS units.
• Manage annual clinic registration process, including preparation of student-facing recruitment and information materials, supervising outside web-system design vendor, coordinating with Law School registrar, and communicating effectively with MLC staff and faculty about registration.
• Manage MLC external communications in coordination with SLS Communications department, design and execute media strategy to improve and maintain MLC visibility to appropriate audiences and stakeholders.
• Establish and Maintain MLC Alumni Communications in collaboration with SLS Alumni Relations department with goals of enhancing alumni engagement and financial support of MLC.
• Represent MLC internally, and as requested on law school committees and initiatives; may represent the MLC to external constituents.

Administration and Management
• Supervise 10+ administrative staff and provide leadership to achieve goals and vision of the organization as well as the day-to-day operations. Responsible for staff hiring, retention, career coaching, and personal development.
• Contribute to the MLC culture of commitment to public service, collaboration, excellence, and continual improvement.
• May independently or in collaboration with human resources managers, guide faculty supervisors in the interpretation and implementation of human resources policies, procedures and programs.
• Manage administrative staff workloads and backup needs to ensure even distribution of workflow.
• Supervise legal assistants engaging in complex and varied litigation and transactional case management, including filings in administrative proceedings, state court, and federal court and frequent work with indigent clients from diverse backgrounds.
• Manage MLC-wide administrative functions, such as electronic file maintenance, conflict-of-interest system, and financial accounts (IOLTA and petty cash).
• Manage, in collaboration with Associate Dean of Clinical Education, the MLC annual operating budget cycle in accordance with instructions from Law School Dean’s office; review expenditure reports and track costs.
• Review and approve all clinic finances.
• Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with SLS administrative and operational teams.
• Interpret, implement and ensure compliance with university academic and administrative policies and procedures.
• Attend and represent MLC at meetings convened by Senior Associate Dean of Administration regarding overall SLS operations.
• Undertake strategic planning to integrate Clinic operations with appropriate SLS teams (facilities, events, IT, finance, etc.) to design new systems to ensure functional and efficient allocation of Clinic operational tasks.

Minimum Requirements & Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree and five years of relevant experience in administrative and financial management, or combination of education and relevant experience.
• Demonstrated leadership and supervisory skills, including conflict resolution and ability to motivate others in service of collective mission.
• Excellent planning and organizational skills.
• Excellent communication and collaboration skills.
• Strong financial expertise in accounting, budget planning and financial forecasting.
• Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills.
• Attention to detail and accuracy.
• Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
• Strong knowledge of industry standards and/or regulatory requirements.
• Ability to multi-task and manage deadlines.
• Expertise in business and management computer applications and databases.

Qualifications Strongly Preferred:
• Experience in academic or other complex organizational environment.
• Experience in supporting law office operations with a public service goal, such as nonprofit or government law offices.
• Familiarity with the values and methodologies of public interest law practice or with other nonprofit mission.
• Appreciation of role of legal services to the indigent or otherwise under-represented to society.
• Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion in all aspects of professional life, including hiring and retaining staff.

Working Conditions:
• May work extended hours, including weekends, during peak enrollment periods.
We invite you to apply by clicking on the “Apply for Job” button. To be considered, please submit your résumé and a one-page cover letter along with your online application.
* - Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.

Additional Information
Schedule: Full-time
Job Code: 4132
Employee Status: Regular
Grade: K
Department URL: http://www.law.stanford.edu/
Requisition ID: 83882

Compensation:
DOE 

Employer Contact:
We invite you to apply by clicking on the “Apply for Job” button on the Stanford Careers website (http://m.rfer.us/STANFORDV_s7Yg).

Employer Name:
Stanford Law School

Employer City / Location:
Stanford, CA

Employer Website:
Stanford Law School

Paralegal or Legal Administrator for Save the Redwoods League
Posted July 15, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal or Legal Administrator for Save the Redwoods League 

Job Description:
We are looking for a paralegal or legal administrator experienced in complex real estate transactions. Why not utilize your exceptional experience in a job that helps preserve our beautiful landscapes?

The Paralegal/Legal Administrator supports the General Counsel in the wide range of the General Counsel’s responsibilities, including developing and processing all League contracts and transactions including land transactions, land stewardship and land management and other departmental needs. See more below…

Responsibilities:
General Legal Support:
• Assists General Counsel in executing the League’s public policy work
• Supports the General Counsel in preparation for the Board meetings; assists in developing and revising Board-level policies and staff-level policies and procedures
• Supports the General Counsel in risk analysis and maintaining liability and other insurance policies
• Organizes and maintains legal documents

Real Estate Transactions:
• Coordinates and works with General Counsel; provides legal support to League Conservation Program staff in negotiating, documenting and implementing real estate transactions
• Collaborates with Conservation Program staff, governmental agency staff, real-estate professionals, landowners and title companies on real estate transactions
• Provides due diligence assistance; reviews title reports and documents, appraisals and other real estate transaction documents
• Coordinates with General Counsel and Conservation staff; supports drafting, editing, and processing letters of intent, option and purchase agreements, escrow instructions, deeds, easements, licenses, conservation easements, deeds of trust, legal correspondence and other real estate transactional documentation
• Collaborates with the Conservation Program staff and General Counsel; provides legal-related administrative supporting real estate transactions

General Contracts Support:
• Supports and assists the staff in all departments to draft, edit and review contracts for compliance with League standard terms and conditions, policies and procedures and legal requirements
• Analyzes and evaluates contractual and performance risks associated with statements of work and contract type
• Performs due diligence and manages outside consultants and contractors
• Assists with orienting new staff and training staff regarding new/revised contract forms and processes

Conservation Programs Transactions and other Projects:
• Coordinates with Conservation Program staff; supports drafting, editing, reviewing and processing of memoranda of understanding, contracts, grants and other documents in support of the science, education and park programs

Qualifications and Working Conditions:
• Commitment to the mission of Save the Redwoods League
• Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
• 2 - 4 years’ experience in commercial real estate transactions, contracts administration, and/or other legal experience; experience in conservation or environmental work is preferred
• Proficient with MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) and other databases
• Experience in managing varied relationships and facilitating collaboration, cooperation, coordination; has sound judgment
• Ability to coordinate land transactions, conduct due diligence, and close escrow, with limited oversight
• Familiarity with or willingness to learn California local, state and federal policies and programs that affect the League and its work
• Excellent project management and detail-oriented organizational skills; able to manage outside consultants and contractors
• Strong analytical, creative, strategic thinking, and problem solving skills
• Handling complex tasks under pressure and stringent time constraints
• Excellent verbal, written, presentation and interpersonal communications skills
• Ability to establish and monitor priorities, maintain flexibility, and meet deadlines
• Ability to work independently as well as on a team
• Occasionally lifts or moves objects weighing up to 30 pounds

Save the Redwoods League is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Fluent English speakers who are bi- or multi-lingual are encouraged to apply.

Compensation:
Excellent benefits including generous paid vacation, holidays and sick leave time, medical, dental, and life insurance and a substantial contribution to your 401K!

Employer Contact:
Email your resume, a cover letter addressing why you are a great fit for this role, and salary expectations to: Jobs@SaveTheRedwoods.org -- please put ""Paralegal / Legal Administrator” in the subject line of your e-mail.

NO CALLS PLEASE . . . we are busy protecting redwoods. THANK YOU!

Employer Name:
Save the Redwoods League

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Save the Redwoods League

Company Description:
For over 100 years, Save the Redwoods League has been dedicated to protecting the ancient redwood forests so future generations can experience the inspiration and majesty of redwoods. Since its founding in 1918, Save the Redwoods League has protected more than 200,000 acres of forests and helped create 66 redwood parks and preserves for everybody to enjoy.

Immigrants’ Rights Clinic Legal Assistant for Stanford Law School
Posted July 15, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Immigrants’ Rights Clinic Legal Assistant, Stanford Law School

Job Description:
The Immigrants’ Rights Clinic (IRC) of the Mills Legal Clinic at Stanford Law School has an immediate opening for a Legal Assistant. The purpose of this position is to support the expansion of the IRC’s capacity to respond to the urgent needs of the immigrant community—including members of the Stanford community—in light of increased immigration enforcement under the Trump administration. The IRC is a nationally-recognized organization devoted to assisting low-income immigrants fighting against their deportation in the immigration courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the federal courts. The IRC defends asylum seekers fleeing their homes and often works at the intersection between the criminal justice and immigrants’ rights movements.

The legal assistant will provide both legal and administrative assistance, including the preparation, serving, and filing of court documents; assistance with client and witness communications, and support for IRC operations. The legal assistant will work in collaboration with Clinic Director, Professor Jayashri Srikantiah and Clinical Supervising Attorney, Lisa Weissman-Ward. This is a one-year, fixed term position, with the option for renewing a second year.

ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provide paralegal support to the IRC with preparation, serving, and filing of legal pleadings (including preparation of exhibits and materials) in immigration court and the federal courts) and with the immigration agencies.
• Provide a full range of administrative support.
• Conduct legal and policy research on immigrants’ rights issues.
• Support law student involvement in litigation.
• Prioritize and juggle multiple projects simultaneously and independently, often under pressure and in a fast-paced environment.
• Manage documents and files; read, analyze and organize case-related, time-sensitive records.
• Screen telephone calls, responding independently as appropriate and making swift and accurate judgments in forwarding inquiries to attorneys or other offices.
• Conduct intake screenings with potential clients.
• Conduct fact gathering interviews with current clients and witnesses.
• Interpret for client meetings and translate written legal documents.
• Draft correspondence including records requests to courts and other entities.
• Help manage the litigation calendar and coordinate attorneys' and law students' travel.
• Participate in Mills Legal Clinic team projects and meetings.
• Assistance with maintaining/updating IRC website.

Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Strong written and oral communication skills.
• Strong research and writing skills, including ability to synthesize materials into strategic memoranda.
• Strong ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and projects to meet deadlines.
• Ability to work with multiple supervisors under deadlines on several projects simultaneously.
• Excellent professional judgment and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to problem solve.
• Desire and ability to work independently, but also to perform in a team environment.
• Strong proofreading and detail-oriented research and writing skills.
• Ability to perform in a fast-paced law office environment and interact well with a variety of personalities.
• Commitment to public service strongly preferred.
• Prior immigration experience preferred.
• PC proficiency (including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Best Authority, Google Mail, Skype, Westlaw/Lexis).
• Fluency in Spanish strongly preferred.

The right candidate will enjoy substantial responsibilities in a fast-paced and dynamic work environment involving competing priorities and deadlines. Applicants should enjoy both team and independent work, excel at time management, have strong interpersonal skills, and have the ability to perform detail-oriented research and writing. Prior immigration experience is strongly preferred.

The salary is based on a formula that is competitive with similar positions.

Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to the job posting referenced.

Stanford University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Stanford Law School seeks to hire the best talent and to promote a safe and secure environment for all members of the university community and its property. To that end, new staff hires must successfully pass a background check prior to starting work at Stanford University.

Compensation:
The salary is based on a formula that is competitive with similar positions.

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can apply online: http://m.rfer.us/STANFORD2v27St

Employer Name:
Stanford Law School

Employer City / Location:
Palo Alto

Employer Website:
Stanford Law School

Paralegal/Legal Assistant for Kuvara Law Firm
Posted July 15, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal/Legal Assistant

Job Description:
Will support case managers with the handling of a case from start to finish, including:

Dealing with clients to obtain necessary information and provide customer service,

Corresponding with insurance companies to resolve disputes,

Ordering records and bills from medical providers,

And other typical paralegal responsibilities and duties.

Aside from our great benefits, we offer long term job security and potential for upward movement for employees that excel at their jobs and are passionate about personal injury.

Located in San Rafael, CA in beautiful Marin County. The office is walking distance to the Sonoma-Marin SMART rail and seconds off HWY 101.

Compensation:
$20-$40

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume and cover letter via email to Matt Kuvara: mkuvara@18004injury.com. Available by phone at 415-479-7070 ex. 235

Employer Name:
Kuvara Law Firm

Employer City / Location:
San Rafael

Employer Website:
Kuvara Law Firm

Company Description:
Kuvara Law Firm is a personal injury law firm that has been in business for 45+ years, and is known for the great care we take with clients and employees.

Legal Assistant for Ribera Law Firm
Posted June 25, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Legal Assistant 

Job Description:
Legal Assistant Need ASAP for Small Firm–$50k w/ $15k Bonus After 1 Y 

Owner seeks assistant to help her run small law firm representing plaintiffs in civil litigation matters with a focus on personal injury.

• Spanish speaker preferred

• 4-year college degree preferred

• Prior legal experience preferred

• Must be able to start ASAP

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

Formatting documents, filing legal documents, interfacing with clients and new client intakes, keeping track of case costs and interfacing with bookkeeper, identifying needs of office and making sure we have what we need before we actually need it, dealing with incoming and outgoing mail, scheduling, making sure things at the office run smoothly so that owner can focus on her legal work

CANDIDATE MUST POSSESS THE FOLLOWING QUALITIES:

• Great computer skills, especially with Macs
• Superior knowledge in how to format a document in Word
• Caring and empathetic nature when dealing with clients
• Excellent organizational skills with a keen attention to detail
• Ability to multi-task without getting frazzled
• Proactive self-starter
• Strong work ethic
• Reliable (i.e. sick days are for when you’re really sick, not Monday mornings)
• Efficient communicator both verbally and in writing
• Detail oriented (i.e. proofread drafts and anything that goes out of the office)
• No job is too big or small (i.e. candidate is up for a challenge but also cool grabbing the owner coffee)
• Ability to listen to constructive criticism without taking it personally
• Team player
• Professional
• Ability to stay late when needed (although owner does not intend on making this a frequent request)
• A good person who wants to do good work for good people and is pleasant to be around

COMPENSATION:

$50k annually with guaranteed $15k bonus after one year
Medical benefits
Retirement plan after one year

IF INTERESTED, PLEASE SEND: 

• Resume
• At least one professional reference
• At least one personal reference.

Compensation:
50K-75K annually based on experience.

Employer Contact:
Please email your resume to Christopher Speed:
chrisspeed83@gmail.com

Employer Name:
Ribera Law Firm

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco (West Portal)

Employer Website:
Ribera Law Firm

Company Description:
Small law firm representing plaintiffs in civil litigation matters with a focus on personal injury.

Entry Level Paralegal for Taylor & Patchen
Posted June 21, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Entry Level Paralegal

Job Description:
We are a dynamic commercial litigation law boutique located in the San Francisco Ferry Building and looking for a full-time litigation case assistant to join our team of professionals. All applicants should be detail-oriented “self-starters,” energetic, and able to undertake case-related complex fact research assignments, organize and maintain large volumes of documents and information electronically, be comfortable working in a team environment, and capable of handling numerous tasks simultaneously. Candidates must also be professional in demeanor and available to work on site in the office during business hours (8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Friday). Overtime opportunities may arise from time to time as business needs dictate.

Requirements:
§ Excellent analytical skills and the ability to resolve complex problems and discrepancies creatively, using sound judgement in consultation with the supervising attorneys/paralegals.
§ Strong written and oral communication skills.
§ Superior interpersonal skills enabling effective interaction with a diverse group of clients and attorneys.
§ Proficiency with MS Office Suite (particularly Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
§ Familiarity with database management software tools (e.g., Relativity, Case Map) with the ability to quickly learn and use new software programs.
§ Strong organizational and time management skills, including a demonstrated attention to detail.
§ Ability to prioritize and exercise initiative while effectively executing multiple projects in a high-pressure and fast-pace environment.
§ Initiative to master applicable Federal and State Court rules, as well as the local rules of those same courts, and learn to utilize the courts’ electronic filing systems to file and serve pleadings and other related papers.
§ Demonstrated ability to treat sensitive information and materials with discretion and tact, while maintaining client confidentiality.

Compensation:
Commensurate with experience/training

Employer Contact:
For consideration please email a cover letter, writing sample, and resume to:
Catherine Dunbar - cdunbar@taylorpatchen.com
No Phone calls please.

Employer Name:
Taylor & Patchen, LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Taylor & Patchen

Company Description:
We are a dynamic commercial litigation law boutique located in the San Francisco Ferry Building

Experienced Mid-Level Commercial Litigation Paralegal for Taylor & Patchen
Posted June 21, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Experienced Mid-Level Commercial Litigation Paralegal

Job Description:
The ideal candidate is professional, extremely detail-oriented, a self-starter with strong organizational skills, experienced in organizing and maintaining large numbers of documents and related factual information, has the ability to work effectively in a team environment, and is capable of handling numerous tasks simultaneously. 

Candidates must have the following qualifications:
• a minimum of 3-4 years of experience as a commercial litigation paralegal (preferably with Big Law);
• be computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) and Office 360;
• have experience using Relativity, CaseMap, LiveNote, DISCO, and other e-discovery and litigation tools and databases;
• have experience cite-checking and Shepardizing legal briefs using The Bluebook and the California Style Manual;
• know how to retrieve cases and statutes and conduct various types of public records searches using Lexis-Nexus, Westlaw, and Courtlink;
• have a working knowledge and familiarity with the local rules of the Superior Courts in the Bay Area, the U.S. District Courts, and the state and federal Courts of Appeal;
• be proficient in e-filing documents in state, federal, and appellate courts;
• have excellent written and verbal communication skills; and
• be able to conduct in-depth factual research and summarize the results of such research clearly and concisely in writing.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Commercial litigation firm located at the Ferry Building in San Francisco is seeking a full-time, career-minded mid-level paralegal to join our team. Paralegals participate in all aspects of our cases and are responsible for organizing, managing, presenting and maintaining case-related documents and information, as well as drafting memoranda summarizing same. The person hired to fill this position will be asked to maintain and use a variety of document databases; to assist with the preparation and formatting of legal briefs and supporting papers (e.g., declarations, notices, requests for judicial notice, proposed orders, etc.) to be filed in state and federal district courts; to e-file documents in state courts and federal courts; to fact cite-check and Shepardize legal briefs; to conduct in-depth online factual research; and to help prepare for mediations, arbitrations and civil trials. Weekend and after-hours work are also a requirement during busy periods.

Please submit resumes and writing samples to Catherine Dunbar at cdumbar@taylorpatchen.com

Compensation:
Salary commensurate with experience. 

Employer Contact:
Please submit cover letters, resumes and writing samples to Catherine Dunbar at cdumbar@taylorpatchen.com

Employer Name:
Taylor & Patchen, LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Taylor & Patchen

Company Description:
Commercial Litigation Practice with emphasis on IP and technology clients

Paralegal/Legal Assistant for CACI International
Posted June 20, 2019

Job Type:
Contract

Job Title:
Paralegal/Legal Assistant I

Job Description:
What You’ll Get to Do:

Responsibilities/Duties: Performs the following tasks while complying with established procedures: compiles, prepares, and summarizes relevant materials for use by attorneys in discovery and in preparation of motions, briefs and other legal documents; summarizes depositions and other transcripts; maintains case files; performs simple legal research; indexes, tracks and controls document discovery (including documents produced and received in discovery); indexes, tracks, and controls exhibits and other materials at depositions and at trial. Prepares exhibit cross-references. Reviews documents for relevance and privilege according to established guidelines and criteria. Other examples of the types of work to be performed include compilation of documents for FOIA, production requests, Congressional inquiries, etc. May have a role involving special knowledge and skills, such as litigation, document analysis or accounting. Litigation specialty supports attorneys during tr ial, including courtroom locations. Is expected to work independently on tasks without the need for continuous input from SEC staff.

Required Skills:

Requires Paralegal Certificate and 2 years of experience in the required specialty, such as litigation, document analysis, or accounting. An equivalent level of legal training may be substituted for the Paralegal Certificate. For litigation specialty experience in trial support, cite checking legal motions and memoranda, and automated litigation support is required. Must have and use excellent oral and written communications skills. Requires thorough knowledge of legal research tools such as LEXIS/NEXIS, CLEAR, Westlaw, Concordance or Recommind; experience documenting Table of Authorities, and Table of Contents. Role also requires knowledge of e-discovery procedures and resources. Ability to consistently deliver highest quality work under extreme pressure will be very important. Must be proficient in all Microsoft Office 2010 or newer programs, and Adobe Professional, or newer program, to include redacting and redlining expertise. In addition, must have hands-on familiarity with a variety of computer applications, including databases (such as document review and file management systems), spreadsheets, and imaging.

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can apply online: 

http://careers.caci.com/ShowJob/Id/1998369/Paralegal-Legal-Assistant-I-S...

For questions contact - 

Dakota James
Talent Acquisition Advisor
CACI International Inc
7725 West Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73127
Office: 405-367-2715 | Email: dakota.james@caci.com | careers.caci.com

Employer Name:
CACI International 

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco 

Employer Website:
CACI International

Company Description:
What We Can Offer You:

- We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post.

- Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives.

- We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities.

- We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities.

- For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success.

Law Clerk/Legal Intake Coordinator for Willoughby Brod
Posted June 6, 2019

Job Type:
Part Time

Job Title:
Law Clerk/Legal Intake Coordinator

Job Description:
Plaintiff’s side litigation boutique is in search of a team player to help build the foundation of a growing law office. The firm practice focuses on personal injury, medical malpractice, landlord-tenant, civil rights and business litigation.
Organization skills are key to this position. Communication skills are essential, as this person will interact with existing clients, physicians, hospitals, courts and attorney’s offices. In addition, a major focus of this position will be handling intakes and new case inquiries from potential new clients. Therefore, a professional telephone presence is needed.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

* Initial intakes of potential clients;

* Organization of litigation files;

* Calendaring/scheduling meetings, depositions, mediations, and trials;

* Drafting legal forms;

* Assisting with discovery and discovery responses;

* Filing with courts throughout the State;

* Litigation work-up, including trial preparation;

* Communicating with clients, medical experts and other attorneys; and,

* Performing other administrative and technical tasks as needed

Job Requirements and Qualifications:

* Detail-oriented, self-starter;

* Excellent communication and phone skills;

* Willing and able to learn quickly;

* Ability to prioritize and balance multiple tasks simultaneously;

* Working knowledge of MS Word, Adobe and PowerPoint, Google Calendaring.

Compensation:
$16-$19/hour - depending upon experience

Employer Contact:
Please send resume and cover letter to info@willbrod.com

Employer Name:
Willoughby Brod, LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, CA

Employer Website:
Willoughby Brod

Company Description:
The firm practice focuses on personal injury, medical malpractice, landlord-tenant, civil rights and business litigation.

Legal Assistant / Paralegal for Law Office of Steven M. Birnbaum
Posted June 5, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Full-time Legal Assistant / Paralegal

Job Description:
Seeking an enthusiastic, energetic, legal-assistant / paralegal for claims-handling on workers’ compensation injury cases.

Candidate will be trained to handle files and obtain benefits for injured workers. Job duties include case correspondence (via telephone, email and regular mail), medical records review, preparation of written discovery, and all facets of preparing a case for trial.

Proficiency to Microsoft Office and exposure to legal case management programs are a plus.

Physical requirements include the ability to lift up to 50 pounds, frequent bending, twisting and overhead lifting.

COVER LETTER REQUIREMENTS: Please submit a cover letter that describes why you would be a good fit for this position, and most importantly, any experience(s), work-related, or otherwise, where you advocated on behalf of a cause that you believe in. *Please include your salary requirements.*

We look forward to hearing from you!

Compensation:
Salary is commensurate with experience and education. Medical and other benefits will be provided after three-months in addition to salary review.

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume and cover letter to Andrew Birnbaum via email: andybirnbaum.longshore@gmail.com

COVER LETTER REQUIREMENTS: Please submit a cover letter that describes why you would be a good fit for this position, and most importantly, any experience(s), work-related, or otherwise, where you advocated on behalf of a cause that you believe in. *Please include your salary requirements.*

Employer Name:
Law Office of Steven M. Birnbaum

Employer City / Location:
San Rafael, CA

Employer Website:
Law Office of Steven M. Birnbaum

Company Description:
Small, Claimant's side workers' compensation law firm.

Experienced Paralegal for Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan
Posted June 5, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Experienced Paralegal

Job Description:
The San Francisco office of Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP seeks an experience paralegal. This is an opportunity to join a growing firm and handle a wide variety of responsibilities within a collaborative, team-oriented and dynamic environment.
Candidates should possess exceptional oral and written communication skills and an ability to multi-task. A Bachelor's degree is preferred and three or more years of paralegal experience. Familiarity with insurance client and claims is desirable but not required. We seek experience with MS Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Nextpoint, Westlaw and Adobe.
Paralegal responsibilities include:
- Document organization and review, including identifying important documents, summarizing key information, preparing chronologies and witness lists.
- Database setup and maintenance with vendors, assessing case needs, obtaining quotes, issue coding.
- Organizing information, including preparing charts listing insurance policies and participants in litigation.
- Assisting with document productions, including reviewing for privilege, redacting/bates labeling, preparing privilege logs, research and preparing background information on individuals, companies, judges, attorneys.
- Mediation, motion and trial preparation, including preparing and maintaining exhibit lists.

Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. We support and encourage workforce diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability in any of our recruitment, hiring, or placement processes. We will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records and criminal histories pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring, and California law.

NOTICE TO LEGAL SEARCH FIRMS: Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP does not accept applications or resumes from placement or search agencies. There are no exceptions to this policy, no contract will be formed and no placement fee will be paid with respect to any resume submitted to the Firm by an agency. Resumes received by agencies will be immediately discarded.

Compensation:
$60,000 to $70,000 depending on level of experience

Employer Contact:
Qualified candidates should submit a resume with cover letter in confidence to HR@nicolaidesllp.com. No phone calls please.

Employer Name:
Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan

Company Description:
Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP is dedicated to serving the insurance industry throughout the world in evaluating and resolving their most complex risks. With offices in Chicago, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and White Plains, New York, our Firm has experience with disputes in the U.S. and abroad. We provide clients with a global presence, representing them in high exposure disputes before courts and arbitration panels.

At Nicolaides, our greatest asset is our people. Teamwork, collaboration and a focus on creative solutions form the foundation for our success and make us unique among insurance coverage firms. We believe that a dynamic and collegial environment, coupled with a diverse workforce and inclusive culture, is essential to providing the best legal services. We are proud that women constitute more than 50 percent of our partnership and attorneys.

Founded by attorneys with well-established reputations for delivering successful outcomes, our Firm represents many of the largest insurers in the world. We shape insurance law and litigate cutting edge issues, often resulting in decisions of first impression. Our attorneys are at the forefront of the industry’s most challenging and high-profile cases, supported by a highly sophisticated and experienced appellate practice. Peer reviewed publications, such as Martindale Hubbell, Chambers USA, Best Lawyers and Leading Lawyers, have recognized our attorneys, and we are active in insurance-related organizations, including DRI, ACCEC, FDCC and PLUS.

Reception/Administrative Assistance for Stimmel, Stimmel & Smith
Posted June 4, 2019

Job Type:
Contract

Job Title:
Reception/Administrative Assistance

Job Description:
We are a small law firm in the heart of the Financial District, and we are looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant for three days a week from July through the end of November 2019. We are looking for a positive attitude and desire to work in the legal field. The ideal candidate should possess excellent client relation skills, word processing skills, basic office skills, and be able to set and maintain calendar items. This position is three days a week from 8am to 5pm. This position includes answering phones, processing mail, stocking supplies, maintaining client files and intake, word processing, as well as other administrative support for the staff and attorneys. The ideal candidate will be reliable, have good telephone etiquette, and have some law firm experience. You should be able to complete tasks on your own, without supervision. You should have a strong work ethic and a professional attitude. We offer medical insurance, 401 (k) and profit sharing plans, vacati on, and paid holidays. If you are interested in this position, please reply with a formal cover letter and your resume. 

Job Description:
• Answer phones, schedule appointments, arrange conference calls.
• Office calendar management.
• Word processing
• Collect and distribute mail and accept deliveries.
• Manage, organize, and maintain all office space and supplies.
• Maintain office database and filing.
• Order catering for meetings, setting up meeting room.
• Greet clients with exceptional customer service.
• Work on administrative projects as assigned.

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Please sent Cover Letter and Resume to: lknight@stimmel-law.com

Employer Name:
Stimmel, Stimmel & Smith

Employer City / Location:
SAN FRANCISCO

Employer Website:
Stimmel, Stimmel & Smith - stimmel-law.com

Company Description:
Founded in 1939, our law firm combines the ability to represent clients in domestic or international matters with the personal interaction with clients that is traditional to a long established law firm. One of the oldest firms in the San Francisco legal community, members or past members of our firm have been practicing in San Francisco since the beginning of the Twentieth Century, acting as attorneys, judges, and arbitrators, as well as authors and lecturers to the legal community and local colleges. Our attorneys are active in local foundations and charities, priding themselves on helping the Bay Area Community.

Case Assistant for Levin Simes Abrams
Posted May 30, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Case Assistant 

Job Description:
Job Summary

Entails extensive phone and written contract with clients, data entry, obtaining records, case tracking, and support to the team litigation paralegals and attorneys. Candidates must have a B.A. or B.S., be detailed-oriented, collaborative, articulate, personable and resourceful. 

Candidate must also have computer knowledge and proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite. Critical thinking, ability to prioritize, and exercises good judgement is a must. Science background is helpful, but not required. This position is a great way for a future law student or paralegal in training to get exposure to the practice of law.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to…

1. Interviewing new clients
2. Speaking to clients as directed by the attorney or paralegal
3. Corresponding with clients
4. Ordering medical records
5. Reviewing records & creating a medical summary spreadsheet
6. Updating our case management system

Benefits include health, dental, PTO, commuter checks & 401k!

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume and cover letter to jobs@levinsimes.com

Employer Name:
Levin Simes Abrams LLP

Employer Website:
Levin Simes Abrams

Company Description:

LEVIN SIMES ABRAMS LLP is one of the nation’s leading Product Liability law firms. Our attorneys have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of severely injured individuals and their families. The lawyers at Levin Simes Abrams LLP have collected more than $500 million in settlements for injured people in a variety of litigations over the last 10 years, and have won ground breaking verdicts including the largest jury verdict in mesothelioma case history.

Immigration Paralegal for Law Offices of Hilla R Nattiv
Posted May 30, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Immigration Paralegal

Job Description:
Fast paced, boutique business immigration law firm seeking experienced Paralegal. The Paralegal will be responsible for case management and administrative job duties and will work with clients and supporting attorneys in the preparation of various immigrant and nonimmigrant cases.

Duties:

Prepare and file immigration petitions to include H-1Bs, TNs, L-1s, E-3s, PERM, I-140s, etc.
Draft and edit detailed support letters in support of immigration filings.
Draft and file various nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applications and forms, supporting documents, and cover letters.
Case management to include regular client contact via email and telephone. Provide timely updates to both employers and employees and oversee the document gathering process.
Follow-up on inquiries with client and various government agencies as needed.
Various filing/clerical duties involved as well as general office management tasks.

Required Skills and Abilities:

Bachelor’s degree required.
While we prefer someone with business immigration law experience we are willing to train a qualified and experienced paralegal.
Strong aptitude and desire to learn.
Outstanding attention to detail is an absolute requirement.
Ability to meet deadlines and multitask in an efficient manner.
Impeccable/top notch English writing/grammar and communication skills.
Ability to proof-read and correct one’s own work and work of others.
Ability to work well with others and with minimal supervision in a high paced deadline driven environment.
Strong communication and organizational skills.
Solid work ethic.

Preference:

Sense of humor!
Positive attitude and cheerful personality.

Compensation:
$25-$35/hr DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a cover letter and resume to Hilla Nattiv via email: nattiv@bayareaimmigration.com

Employer Name:
Law Offices of Hilla R Nattiv

Employer City / Location:
Sausalito

Employer Website:
Law Offices of Hilla R Nattiv

Company Description:
We are a boutique business immigration law practice based in Sausalito (10 mins from SF with parking!) . We specialize in employment based immigration and work with many exciting and fast growing start up companies. We are looking for someone with a passion for immigration law, amazing writing and editing skills and a wonderful personality.

Paralegal for The Morales Law Firm
Posted May 24, 2019

Job Type:
Part Time

Job Title:
Paralegal - Spanish is a plus!

Job Description:
We are a private criminal defense firm headquartered in San Francisco, with a satellite office in Redwood City. We defend clients facing criminal charges at the State and Federal levels, including: murder, drug crimes, DUI/drunk driving, burglary, theft & robbery, domestic violence, assault & battery, juvenile delinquency crimes and white collar crimes.

Applicants must be comfortable working with all types of criminal defense matters.

We are looking for a part-time paralegal to assist our firm. Applicants should have the following qualifications:
- Must have solid writing skills
- Must have proficiency in the use of computers
- Must have excellent communication skills (written and oral)
- Must be detail-oriented
- Must work well independently and with others
***Bilingual – Spanish is a plus*** 

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample (less than 10 pages) to Christopher Morales via email:chris@moralesdefense.com

The deadline is June 1st . Please put “Part-Time Paralegal” in the subject line.

Employer Name:
The Morales Law Firm

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
The Morales Law Firm

Family Law Paralegal for Winter & Ross
Posted May 24, 2019

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Family Law Paralegal

Job Description:
We are a medium sized high-end family law firm located in downtown San Francisco seeking a full-time Paralegal. The candidate must possess strong verbal & written communication skills, have excellent organizational skills and be a personable, self-starter with a positive attitude. Reliability and punctuality should be a given.

Daily duties will include:
- Heavy contact with counsel, judicial officers and clients;
- Coordinating attorney schedules and appointments;
- Calendaring court related and discovery deadlines;
- Knowledge and ability to research local court rules, CA Rules of Court, CCP and FC;
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook);
- Knowledge of Martin Dean Essential Forms or comparable judicial council form programs;
- Ability to track and input your billable time;
- Drafting of disclosures, discovery, subpoenas and pleadings;
- Ability to meet all filing deadlines and use e-file with One Legal;

We are located within two blocks of the Embarcadero BART station with easy access to many MUNI lines and other public transportation.

Our office hours are 8:30 am -- 5:30pm, M-F.

Compensation:
$15.00 - $30.00 per hour DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume and cover letter to Office Manager Zach Zempel via email: zzempel@winterross.com

Employer Name:
Winter & Ross

Company Description:
Winter & Ross is an AV rated family law firm, co-founded by its principal Mindy Lauren Ross over 30 years ago. All aspects of family law cases are handled by the firm: divorce, legal separation, non-marital break-ups, and paternity. Whether the principal dispute relates to property, custody or support, all such issues are handled in-house. Matters involving complex factual scenarios often come our way, likely given our ability to distill the complex into the simple. We don’t take kindly to unnecessary drama. True skills trump the rattling of sabers every time.