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Court Specialist for State Bar of California - State Bar Court
Posted May 23, 2022

Job Title:
Court Specialist

Job Description:
COURT SPECIALIST

DEFINITION
Under general supervision, the Court Specialist provides a broad range of administrative and technical assistance in support of State Bar Court activities.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS
The Court Specialist is the journey-level administrative class assigned to the Courts. Duties require knowledge of State Bar rules and regulations; and the ability to apply applicable policies and codes and review and understand common legal documents and common technical/legal terminology.

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
• Advises judge(s) on the case processing status of pending matters and assists with case flow management involving jurisdictional and procedural issues.
• Applies case processing rules, policies, procedures, practices and guidelines.
• Determines the appropriate handling of case-related documents; generates and executes notices and orders.
• Assigns cases to judges, calendars court events ensuring that cases are disposed within proscribed time standards and inputs data into the case management system.
• Monitors the progress and completion of cases to ensure compliance with specified or mandated time frames.
• Serves as bailiff in court proceedings, administering oaths or affirmations, making audio recordings and written records, and taking custody of exhibits.
• Responds to inquiries from licensing agencies, law enforcement, general public and attorneys regarding pending and completed cases, interpreting procedural rules, general orders and policies regarding compliance and provides information, documents, correspondence and/or referrals.
• Provides technical, procedural and administrative advice and assistance to judges, managers and litigants and assists with the development and implementation of new procedures or programs to improve court operations.
• May perform a number of other similar or related duties which may not be specifically included within this position description, but which are consistent with the general level of the job and the responsibilities described.
• Opens cases in the CMS; processes filed documents.
• Prepares and issues periodic communications to attorneys and others regarding case status and other issues.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS
Knowledge of:
• Principles of planning, organizing, developing and implementing procedures, program, projects and policies.
• Principles of problem identification, analysis and evaluation.
• Legal research methods and trial principles and techniques.
• Rules of evidence and conduct of proceedings in State Bar Court.
• Computer information systems, including personal computer applications.
• Principles of effective writing and verbal presentation.
• General court procedures.

Ability to:
• Effectively proofread and edit written and electronic documents.
• Review and analyze complex written documents.
• Communicate clearly and effectively in person and in writing.
• Obtain and present material in oral and written form.
• Access, input and retrieve information using a computer terminal and other office machines.
• Appropriately and professionally, respond to requests and inquiries from the public, State Bar members, or other departments.
• Establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships at all organizational levels as well as with the public.
• Maintain the confidentiality of information.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education:
• Associate’s degree, or equivalent work experience in a field that develops the skills required for the functions and responsibilities of the position.

Experience:
• Minimum two (2) years progressively responsible administrative experience in a similar environment.
Applicants who meet the Minimum Qualifications will be required to successfully complete the State Bar’s selection process for this classification.

License, Certificate, Registration Requirements:
• None required.

Physical Requirements:
• Sit for extended periods of time.
• Make fine visual distinctions upon proofreading written document and viewing information on a computer screen.
• Ability to lift up to 25 pounds.
• Possess visual capability and digital dexterity to operate a computer and other standard office equipment.
• Digital dexterity to assemble, retrieve and replace files.
• Frequent and ongoing use of a telephone and computer terminal.

Compensation:
The salary is a range and based on experience it can be up to $98,000 a year.

Employer Contact:
The application is made through the State Bar of California website. The applicant should scroll down to the "Careers". This position is listed under Court Specialist. The contact person for this job is Emina Abrams and her email is emina.abrams@statebarcourt.ca.gov

Employer Name:
State Bar of California - State Bar Court

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
California State Bar Court

Company Description:
The State Bar Court is the regulatory arm of the Supreme Court. California is the only state with an independent professional Court dedicated to ruling on attorney discipline cases. The State Bar Court decides disciplinary and regulatory cases regarding attorneys. 

The court’s purpose is to protect the public, the courts, and the legal profession. It has adjudicatory independence, meaning that no State Bar entity, officer, employee, or agent can interfere with the State Bar Court’s decision-making in attorney discipline and regulatory matters.

The State Bar Court consists of judges and employees and is structured as a hearing department and a review department.

Legal Assistant / Paralegal for Leonard Carder
Posted May 23, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Legal Assistant / Paralegal At Worker Advocate Law Firm

Job Description:
Leonard Carder, LLP, a union-side labor, workers’ rights, and employee benefits law firm, seeks a Legal Assistant/Paralegal in its Oakland office on Lake Merritt. We are open to applicants looking for part-time or full-time work. Entry-level applicants who are detail-oriented and enthusiastic about learning new skills are encouraged to apply. Our firm offers the opportunity to work on righteous issues and cases with lawyers and staff who are deeply committed to their clients, but try not to take themselves too seriously. 

Skills and Experience
Ideal candidate should:
• Possess excellent computer and organizational skills, with knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, and Adobe Acrobat;
• Be detail-oriented, quick to learn, and willing to work independently and occasionally under time pressure;
• Be adept at formatting documents in Word, such as letters, briefs, and other legal documents;
• Have excellent interpersonal and phone skills, and comfort speaking with clients, court personnel, and opposing counsel.

Experience in these areas are a plus:
• Workers’ compensation, ERISA, or lien and general subrogation matters;
• Spanish language.

Compensation:
$25 - $35/hr depending on experience, plus excellent benefits. We provide competitive, union-scale compensation, based on experience. First-class benefits include a comprehensive medical, dental and vision plan (for employees who work 20+ hours per week), paid sick and vacation time, and contributions to a 401(k) retirement plan.

Employer Contact:
How to Apply: Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to Ann Casper, acasper@leonardcarder.com

Employer Name:
Leonard Carder, LLP

Employer City / Location:
1999 Harrison Street, Suite 2700, Oakland, CA 94612

Employer Website:
Leonard Carder

Company Description:
Leonard Carder’s commitment to unions and workers dates back seven decades, with involvement in some of the most memorable labor struggles on the West Coast. Leonard Carder is proud to represent international and local labor unions, representing working men and women in both the private and public sectors, in industries as varied as the longshore, maritime, hospitality, construction, and transportation sectors. We also represent dozens of pension, health, and other employee benefit plans that cover workers, retirees, and their dependents. We further advance our mission to protect and advance workers’ rights by representing workers in individual cases and class actions to enforce California and federal wage and other employment laws.

Leonard Carder is an equal opportunity employer. True to our mission and values, a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion drives our work. We strongly encourage and seek applicants of all backgrounds and identities, across race, color, ethnicity, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy or parental status, or disability. We strive to create a supportive and inclusive workplace where staff contributions are valued and celebrated, and where our employees thrive by being themselves and are inspired to do their best work every day.

For more information about our work, please visit our website at Leonard Carder.

Court Appointment Paralegal for the Bar Association of San Francisco
Posted May 17, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Court Appointment Paralegal program, Bar Association of San Francisco

Job Description:
The paralegal would be working with different attorneys and social workers or mitigation specialists who are appointed by the Superior Court of San Francisco to represent persons who are eligible for post-conviction sentencing relief. The paralegal would be supervised by an attorney and a paralegal from the Bar Association. 

The paralegal would be involved in a variety of tasks. The paralegal would be obtaining and reviewing records from CDCR, medical or mental health records and records from other institutions. Other tasks include obtaining and reviewing court records or transcripts, creating a brief bank of motions, and mitigation reports/memos, contacting attorney or clients or their families, and helping write or organize social history or re-entry plans for clients.

Compensation:
The salary is a range and based on experience it can be up to $85,000 a year. 

Employer Contact:
The application is made through the Bar Association of San Francisco website. The applicant should scroll down to the "Jobs at BASF" tab, then scroll down that page and click on "BASF Employment Opportunities". This position is listed under Court Appointment Program Paralegal. Click on the blue "apply for job" button.

The contact person for this job is Carmen Yuen and her email is cyuen@sfbar.org

Employer Name:
Bar Association of San Francisco

Employer City / Location:
201 Mission St., 4th Floor, San Francisco

Employer Website:
Bar Association of San Francisco

Company Description:
The Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF) in nonprofit organization that provides support for lawyers, law firms, legal departments and law schools. BASF is involved in several programs that provide legal support to attorneys engaged in such areas as criminal justice and immigration.

Immigrants’ Rights Advocate for Centro Legal de la Raza
Posted May 17, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Immigrants’ Rights Advocate

Job Description:
Position: Immigrants’ Rights Advocate
Reports to: Immigrants’ Rights Supervising Attorney
Bargaining Unit: Yes
FLSA: Non-exempt
Type: Full time

Centro Legal de la Raza’s Abolishing Immigration Detention Team Seeks an Advocate

The Team: The Abolishing Immigration Detention (AID) team is currently composed of four attorneys and three advocates. Collectively, we represent detained and incarcerated people before the Immigration Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the federal District Courts. We also work closely with organizers and advocacy groups to center the leadership of detained people and work towards our ultimate goal of abolishing incarceration. We operate using collective decision making and collaborate heavily with one another in both our casework and advocacy efforts.

The Position: AID is currently looking for an advocate to work with us as we fight for abolition through community lawyering. The advocate’s responsibilities will include:
- Preparing legal filings in collaboration with attorneys and other advocates, including applications for immigration relief, country conditions documentation, and client declarations.
- Filing legal documents at various courts and agencies in the East Bay and San Francisco (provided it is safe to do so).
- Providing Spanish-English written translation and, when necessary, oral interpretation.
- Liaising with hospitals, schools, medical offices, courts, and law enforcement agencies to assist our clients in obtaining records for their cases.
- Managing and coordinating databases and case files.
- Visiting local detention centers and prisons to conduct legal clinics with other attorneys and advocates, including for overnight visits (provided it is safe to do so).
- Answering phone calls, emails, and letters from clients and their loved ones.
- Conducting trainings and other outreach activities in the community.
- Working with other team members, detained leaders, and community partners to engage in advocacy and organizing work to end immigration detention.
- Performing other special projects and duties as assigned.

Qualifications: We are seeking an advocate who shares Centro Legal’s mission and vision of social justice, and AID’s goal of ending incarceration. Additional qualifications include:
- Bachelor’s degree, or associate degree combined with relevant experience.
- Professional proficiency in Spanish.
- Excellent typing and computer skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
- Well-organized, detail-oriented, efficient, highly motivated, able to handle multiple tasks at once and work well under pressure.
- Ability to work independently as well as within a team.
- Experience working with low-income, incarcerated, and immigrant communities, and an ability to relate to and communicate with a broad range of clients and colleagues.

We would prefer, but do not require:
- Experience in immigration and/or criminal law.
- Experience in advocacy and/or organizing.

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

About Centro Legal de la Raza
Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Oakland, California, Centro Legal de la Raza (Centro Legal) is a comprehensive legal services and advocacy organization protecting and advancing the rights of immigrant, low-income, and Latino communities through bilingual representation, education, and advocacy. We combine quality legal services with know-your-rights education, affirmative litigation, and youth development, ensuring access to justice for thousands of individuals and families each year throughout Northern and Central California. For more information, visit our Centro Legal de la Raza website.

Diversity Statement
Centro Legal’s mission includes advancing social, economic, and racial justice. We are committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of equity, diversity, and inclusion within and ensuring a workplace where all staff can flourish and grow professionally and well beyond. Our staff are the most important part of our ability to achieve our mission. The collective sum of the individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, inventiveness, innovation, self-expression, unique capabilities, and talent that our employees invest in their work represents a significant part of not only our culture, but our reputation, sustainability, and our organization’s success. 

Centro Legal de la Raza is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, sex, pregnancy), gender, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, medical condition including genetic characteristics, mental or physical disability, military or veteran status, marital status, family responsibilities, caregiver status, sexual orientation, gender identity (including transgender status), gender expression, weight, height, linguistic characteristics (such as accent and limited English proficiency where not substantially job-related), citizenship status, status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, HIV/AIDs status, or any other basis prohibited by law. Centro Legal also prohibits discrimination based on a perception that an individual has any of the characteristics of the protected classes listed above, and further prohibits discrimination against an individual who is associated with a person who has, or is perceived to have, any of those characteristics.

Compensation:
Salary range is $24.13-$28.65. We provide a generous benefits package, including life insurance, LTD, leave policies, vacation, and December holiday office closure at full pay.

Employer Contact:
To apply, please submit via email to jobs, with the subject line of “Immigration Legal Advocate - AID”: 1) a cover letter that sets forth the reasons you want to work at Centro Legal and believe you are a good fit for the position, 2) resume, and 3) a list of three professional references. We will review applications until the position is filled.

Employer Name:
Centro Legal de la Raza

Employer City / Location:
Oakland, CA

Employer Website:
Centro Legal de la Raza - Careers

Company Description:
Founded in 1969, Centro Legal de la Raza is a legal services agency protecting and advancing the rights of low-income, immigrant, Black, and Latinx communities through bilingual legal representation, education, and advocacy. By combining quality legal services with know-your-rights education and youth development, Centro Legal de la Raza ensures access to justice for thousands of individuals throughout Northern and Central California.

Family Law Paralegal for SoundLaw Group
Posted May 9, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Family Law Paralegal

Job Description:
Do you have experience working in a family law practice? Are you a compassionate and empathetic listener with excellent customer service skills? Looking to work remotely while making a difference for our clients? If so, you may be a fit for our firm.

SoundLaw Group, LLP is a growing boutique family law practice in San Francisco, California that focuses on marital dissolutions. We partner with our clients to navigate some of their most consequential emotional and financial events. Our firm is searching for an experienced Paralegal to join our team.

We have a collaborative team environment and meet regularly via Zoom. We pride ourselves on offering our clients the highest quality legal representation in the Bay Area. We put our clients first and work as a team to provide the best legal services possible.

Our ideal candidate has a minimum of 3 years of experience working in a family law practice with a focus on marital dissolutions, is capable of producing exceptional results within tight deadlines, and is comfortable working with clients who are dealing with painful personal situations. We will invest in you and your success through training and mentorship. You need to work independently, have strong attention to detail, and have systems in place for follow-up.

Duties include but are not limited to:
Drafting and formatting pleadings, correspondence and other documents
Coordinating documentation with clients, including financial disclosures
Managing electronic files
Calendaring court deadlines and meetings
Document proofing and preparation
Updating clients about their matter
Other duties as assigned. Must be willing to cross-train and jump in as needed in other administrative tasks.

Required skills and qualifications:
3+ years’ experience in a California family law practice
Paralegal Certificate required
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Advanced knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat Pro, CFLR suite
Fluency with Judicial Council Forms
Court calendaring experience
Professional demeanor
Highly ethical, discreet and upholds the highest level of confidentiality
Warm, caring, and positive attitude
Preference for Lawgic, DissoMaster, Law Tool Box, Action Step, or other law practice software
Administrative support experience and law firm experience
Positive attitude
Huge plus for Legal Project Management Certificate/experience

Availability 9-5 PST Monday through Friday

Compensation:
$35,624.00 - $117,241.00 per year, (DOE). Benefits: 401(k) Health insurance. Paid time off

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can apply online via Indeed.
To apply please submit a detailed resume outlining prior positions and duties as well as a cover letter telling us why you are searching for a new position and why you are the best candidate for our firm. You are also requested to complete the Indeed skill assessment that will be sent to you.

Employer Name:
SoundLaw Group, LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco (Remote)

Employer Website:
SoundLaw Group

Company Description:
Sound Law Group LLP is a team of family law experts dedicated to providing thoughtful legal services and pragmatic solutions.

Discovery Management Staff for Gursey Schneider
Posted April 25, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Discovery Management Staff

Job Description:
Department: Litigation 

Duties/Responsibilities:
• Review, organize, and categorize financial, legal, corporate, real estate, and other document types for separation, importing, and metadata entry in document database.
• Summarize and reconcile formal discovery requests and responses, including document productions, Special Interrogatories, and Request for Admissions.
• Assist with settlement conference and trial preparation by organizing reports and preparing exhibit lists.
• Liaison with clients, attorneys, and paralegals to send and receive large document productions using secure Sharefile links.
• Meet with associates, managers, and partners to discuss case details and objectives.
• Perform other related duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications and Skill/Abilities:
• Bachelor’s degree
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Must be able to effectively multi-task, manage time-sensitive deadlines and have exceptional organizational skills in a fast-paced environment.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality, and to exercise discretion and good judgment.
• Strong proactive work ethic, follow through, punctuality.
• Forward-thinking attitude, good interpersonal skills, and ability to work well with others.
• Proficiency with Adobe and Microsoft Office.

Preferred Experience:
• Familiarity with
o Financial institution processes, including documentation and records.
o Legal language and principles, court pleadings and processes, and other related matters.
• Prior work experience in a field that develops the skills required for the functions and responsibilities of the position.
• Certificate of completion from an ABA-approved paralegal certification program.

Compensation:
DOE. We offer market-leading benefits, and lots of fun, intangible perks (Quarterly Socials, Annual Ski/Camping trips, Catered breakfast, etc.).

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume and cover letter to Daniela Tsudik via email: dtsudik@gursey.com

Employer Name:
Gursey Schneider LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Gursey Schneider

Company Description:
Gursey Schneider LLP is a Top 100 Firm and a 10-time recipient of Inside Public Accounting's Best of the Best Firms, with over 40 years of success in the market. Our firm consists of over 200 accounting professionals, and our talented teams consistently drive the success of our business through thoughtful strategy and creative problem-solving.

Litigation Paralegal for a top law firm in San Francisco
Posted April 25, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Litigation Paralegal

Job Description:
Beacon Hill Legal Los Angeles is currently conducting a search for a Litigation Paralegal for a top law firm in San Francisco. Our client is looking for a litigation paralegal with 5 years of experience. Paralegal will support large scale, complex litigation matters. Must have excellent technology skills including Relativity.

JOB FUNCTIONS
• Ensure case organization protocols are followed.
• Partner with case teams and other colleagues to address client needs.
• Provide on-site support at trial (including out of state).
• Conduct cite-checks on both federal and state documents including substantive review for content.
• Conduct calendaring and docket legal analysis including maintaining secondary active and accurate calendars for case teams.
• Conduct legal research on a broad variety of items including procedural requirements, tracking court decisions, and other related topics.
• Provide motion and deposition support such as prepare shell documents, deposition notices, subpoenas, and declarations. Also manage transcript databases, exhibits, interviews, and filings.
• Assist with discovery including:
o Draft shell written discovery and objections.
o Assist with document production efforts by substantively reviewing collected materials.
• Engage in fact development.
• Facilitate foreign language document translations.
• Provide key support on appellate filings by preparing appendices and managing final document submissions.
• Actively participate in firm-sponsored trainings and strive to apply learned principles in ongoing work.
• Support trial lead by responding to direction or exhibiting ownership over deliverables prepared in support of overall trial objectives.
• Implement post-matter closing instructions including:
o Compliance with litigation holds.
o Compliance with document destruction policies.
o Protective order compliance.
o Prepare Bill of Costs for recoverable fees and costs.
• Other duties as assigned.

TOOLS
• MS office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
• Adobe Acrobat proficiency
• Westlaw, Lexis, Relativity, RingCentral, FileSite, iTimekeep or other related billing tool, Case Notebook or comparable software applications

MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS
• High School Diploma required; Bachelor’s degree preferred.
• Paralegal Certification (California Business and Professional Code Sect. 6450 compliant).
• 5+ years of relevant experience. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Adobe tools.
• Proficient with typical legal support software: Westlaw, Lexis, Relativity (or similar), CaseNotebook (or similar), Billing tools and case management tools.
• Advanced written and verbal communication skills to communicate clearly and effectively to support workflow as appropriate at trial.
• Ability to follow direction and procedures including requests from letterhead attorneys regarding matters and then execute or assign work.
• Strong organizational, reasoning and research skills to independently and effectively conduct research in support of assigned matters.
• Ability to interpret complex and substantive case facts and themes as they relate to assigned work.
• Ability to be flexible and agile in work direction and assignments.
• Ability to draft common litigation forms and edit legal documents.
• Reasoning and research skills to independently; cite-checking skills and the ability to produce accurate and timely cite-checks.
• Ability to be available, as needed, to work extended hours, nights, and weekends.
• Ability to demonstrate good judgment, attention to detail, initiative, team player mentality and team building ability.
• Ability to quickly respond to constantly changing instructions, particularly under pressure at trial and understand complex and substantive case facts and themes to effectively direct trial team.
• Ability to exhibit initiative in seeking work and managing workload, consistently produce high quality work product, regularly check for errors, and make corrections as necessary, and take ownership of projects and complete assignments in a timely fashion.
• Fluency in a foreign language preferred but not required.

BENEFITS
• Medical, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending, HSA, 401k
• Variety of provided and voluntary benefits like life insurance, long-term care insurance and critical illness insurance
• Employee Assistance Program
• Back-up Child Care Benefit
• Paid Holidays
• Transportation Allowance
• Frequent celebrations, events, and gatherings
• Health and Wellness classes
• Competitive compensation programs
• Generous leaves of absence policy

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can email their resume to: LegalLAX@beaconhillstaffing.com

Employer Name:
Beacon Hill Staffing Group

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Beacon Hill Staffing Group

Company Description:
Beacon Hill Staffing Group, one of the Nation’s Largest and Fastest-Growing staffing firms, provides direct hire, executive search, temporary staffing, contract consulting and temp/contract-to-hire solutions to emerging growth companies and the Fortune 500 across multiple market sectors and all industries.

Litigation Paralegal for a top law firm in San Francisco
Posted April 25, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Litigation Paralegal

Job Description:
Beacon Hill Legal Los Angeles is currently conducting a search for an experienced Litigation Paralegal for a top law firm in San Francisco. Our client is looking for a litigation paralegal with at least 10 years of experience. Paralegal will handle large scale, complex litigation matters. Must have excellent technology skills including Relativity. This position might require Supervisory experience depending on the project or case matter.

JOB FUNCTIONS
• Develop case organization protocols.
• Partner with case teams and other colleagues to address client needs.
• Provide on-site support at trial (including out of state).
• Conduct cite-checks on both federal and state documents including substantive review for content.
• Conduct calendaring and docket legal analysis including maintaining secondary active and accurate calendars for case teams.
• Conduct legal research on a broad variety of items including procedural requirements, tracking court decisions, and other related topics.
• Provide motion and deposition support such as prepare shell documents, deposition notices, subpoenas, and declarations. Also manage transcript databases, exhibits, interviews, and filings.
• Assist with discovery including:
o Drafting written discovery and objections.
o Participating in collection process.
o Conducting document review.
o Assisting with document production.
o Producing privilege logs.
• Engage in fact development.
• Facilitate foreign language document translations.
• Provide key support on appellate filings and managing final document submissions.
• Actively participate in firm-sponsored trainings and strive to apply learned principles in ongoing work.
• Responsibly manage staff teams and their associate work product during trial.
• Implement post-matter closing instructions including:
o Compliance with litigation holds.
o Compliance with document destruction policies.
o Protective order compliance.
o Prepare Bill of Costs for recoverable fees and costs.
• Other duties as assigned.

TOOLS
• MS office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
• Adobe Acrobat proficiency
• Westlaw, Lexis, Relativity, RingCentral, FileSite, iTimekeep or other related billing tool, Case Notebook or comparable software applications

MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS
• High School Diploma required; Bachelor’s degree preferred.
• Paralegal Certification (California Business and Professional Code Sect. 6450 compliant).
• 10+ years of relevant experience.
• High-level project management experience leading a support team at trial.
• Expert organizational skills that support work and case management.
• Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and Adobe tools.
• Proficient with typical legal support software: Westlaw, Lexis, Relativity (or similar), CaseNotebook (or similar), Billing tools and case management tools. Expert written and verbal communication skills to communicate clearly and effectively to direct workflow as appropriate at trial.
• Ability to take and follow direction of letterhead attorneys and execute on assigned work.
• Expert organizational skills that support work and case management.
• Strong organizational, reasoning and research skills to independently and effectively conduct research in support of assigned matters.
• Ability to interpret and understand complex case facts and themes in assigned work. Ability to be flexible and agile in work direction and assignments.
• Expert ability to draft common litigation forms and edit legal documents. Expert cite-checking skills and the ability to produce accurate and timely cite-checks.
• Ability to be available, as needed, to work extended hours, nights, and weekends.
• Ability to demonstrate good judgment, attention to detail, initiative, team player mentality and team building ability.
• Ability to quickly respond to constantly changing instructions, particularly under pressure at trial and understand complex and substantive case facts and themes to effectively direct trial team.
• Ability to exhibit initiative in seeking work and managing work load, consistently produce high quality work product, regularly check for errors and make corrections as necessary, and take ownership of projects and complete assignments in a timely fashion.
• Fluency in a foreign language preferred but not required.

Benefits
• Medical, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending, HSA, 401k
• Variety of provided and voluntary benefits like life insurance, long-term care insurance and critical illness insurance
• Employee Assistance Program
• Back-up Child Care Benefit
• Paid Holidays
• Transportation Allowance
• Frequent celebrations, events, and gatherings
• Health and Wellness classes
• Competitive compensation programs
• Generous leaves of absence policy

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can email their resume to: LegalLAX@beaconhillstaffing.com

Employer Name:
Beacon Hill Staffing Group

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Beacon Hill Staffing Group

Company Description:
Beacon Hill Staffing Group, one of the Nation’s Largest and Fastest-Growing staffing firms, provides direct hire, executive search, temporary staffing, contract consulting and temp/contract-to-hire solutions to emerging growth companies and the Fortune 500 across multiple market sectors and all industries.

Paralegal for Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd
Posted April 19, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal

Job Description:
Paralegals at the firm are responsible for the overall organization of their assigned cases and for proofing and filing various documents with the court and keeping track of and organizing any discovery received in their cases.

Responsibilities and Duties
· Check cites, quotes, exhibit references, etc. and proofread complaints, briefs and other court filings, discovery, letters to court and letters to clients.
· Oversee filing and service of court documents.
· Oversee service of summons and complaint and filing of proofs of service.
· Maintain firm’s service list for each case.
· Prepare subpoenas and discovery notices with information provided by attorney.
· Oversee service of subpoenas and discovery documents.
· Organize documents produced by defendants and third parties and keep various charts of discovery propounded, and documents, deposition transcripts and exhibits received.
· Schedule depositions with court reporter with information provided by attorney.
· Work overtime as needed to complete essential functions.

Management retains the right to add to or change the essential Responsibilities and Duties of this position at any time.

Qualifications

Education
· College degree and paralegal certificate from an ABA approved program.

Technical Skills and Prior Experience
· Have working knowledge of computers, including Internet research.
· Experience with computer software and web-based programs, including, for example, Word, Excel, Adobe, Lexis, Westlaw, Relativity and Edgar.
· Ability to adapt to new software and updated systems.

Physical Requirements
· Frequent periods of sitting for several hours per day.
· Ordinary ambulatory ability to retrieve work materials, intermittent walking, climbing stairs, standing, stooping, and potentially carrying and lifting of lightweight materials (under 20 pounds)
· Typing on computer terminal throughout the day.
· Long periods of computer work throughout the day.

Additional Abilities and Aptitudes
· Strong oral and written communication skills and the ability to proofread documents in an accurate and timely manner.
· Strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize tasks.
· Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
· Ability to work well with others and coordinate activities of secretaries and attorneys to meet required deadlines.
· Ability to adjust work schedule and be flexible.
· Ability to work substantial overtime if necessary.

Robbins Geller is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, religious creed, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or breast-feeding, age, physical or mental disability, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, military, or veteran’s status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law. For the firm’s full EEO policy, please refer to our website: rgrdlaw.com.

California Consumer Privacy Act Disclosure: We collect personal information you provide in connection with any application for employment, including personal information contained on any resumes or any other document(s) you provide us. We may use this information to evaluate your application and/or to consider you for employment with Robbins Geller. We may, as necessary, share this information with third parties for any of the following purposes: (i) to confirm the accuracy of the information provided; (ii) to conduct a background check; (iii) to confirm or evaluate potential conflicts of interest; and/or (iv) to check references. If you accept an offer with Robbins Geller, we may also use the information you have provided in order to provide you with the benefits of your employment. 

Compensation:
Competitive and based on experience.

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can submit a cover letter and resume to HR@rgrdlaw.com.

Employer Name:
Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd

Company Description:
Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP is one of the world’s leading complex class action firms representing plaintiffs in securities fraud, antitrust, breach of fiduciary duty, consumer fraud, and privacy cases. The Firm is ranked #1 on the 2021 ISS Securities Class Action Services Top 50 Report for recovering nearly $2 billion for investors last year alone – more than triple the amount recovered by any other plaintiffs’ firm. With 200 lawyers in 9 offices, Robbins Geller’s attorneys have obtained many of the largest securities, antitrust, consumer, and privacy class action recoveries in history, including the largest securities class action recovery ever – $7.2 billion – in In re Enron Corp. Sec. Litig.

Litigation Paralegal for a San Francisco Complex Litigation Boutique Firm
Posted April 19, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Litigation Paralegal 

Job Description:
San Francisco complex litigation boutique firm is seeking a paralegal to join their team. The ideal candidate will have at least five years of experience in complex litigation, class actions are a plus. The paralegal team supports both the San Francisco and East Coast offices.

Duties include but are not limited to:
Motion drafting (state and federal court)
Cite checking
Fact checking
Legal research and investigation
Legal analysis
Document review
Trial Preparation and participation

Requirements include:
Ability to work with numbers
A background or interest in finance
Experience in legal research
Experience in court filings and ability to research and identify court rules in various jurisdictions
Self-direction
Strong attention to detail
Ability to work as part of team and take direction
An interest in plaintiffs' work and complex class action litigation
Ability to work overtime as needed

The firm provides excellent benefits and a congenial environment, and a hybrid work schedule, one to two days a week from home. Pay DOE.

Compensation:
DOE

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

Employer Name:
Rincon Search

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco 

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.

Contracts Administrator - Construction for MWH Constructors
Posted April 19, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Contracts Administrator - construction

Job Description:
MWH Constructors is a global leader in heavy civil construction of water and wastewater facilities. We are currently seeking a Contracts Administrator to support a large a 7+year/$1.5b JV wastewater infrastructure project in San Francisco, CA. This position will report to the Contracts Manager with the option for a hybrid schedule allowing for the work location to be both project-based and remote.

This project is very unique in that it involves a new, cutting edge technology in the US wastewater market called Thermal Hydrolysis. This process has the following sustainability benefits:
• About half the digestive volume is needed compared to conventional anaerobic digestion, therefore a smaller treatment plant footprint.
• The process converts biosolids from Class B into Class A which can then be used for land fertilization.
• The biogas byproduct can be used as a renewable energy source to provide power to the plant.

When completed, this will be one of only a handful of Thermal Hydrolysis wastewater treatment plants in operation in the entire U.S.

Essential Functions

Contracts:
Understand the contractual requirements of project documents for both prime contract and subcontract administration.
Help manage subcontract execution process, including internal coordination and governance, processing in project contract management system, and subcontractor communications.
QC/review project documents and procedures for alignment with prime contract and city code requirements.
Coordinate and participate in subcontract negotiations, which would include creating an organizational system to manage revisions and communications, maintaining that system, attending negotiation meetings, and coordinating legal support.
Help maintain project controls and risk management support to the project team regarding the administration, reporting and disposition of contracts.
Coordinate legal review and governance in accordance with project and JV partner business requirements.
Assist with writing/processing correspondence regarding the administration and disposition of contracts to applicable program participants.
Provide training and guidance to the wider project team on good contracts management practices.
Attend project meetings.
Any other requirements as directed by the project Contracts Manager.

Procurement:
Assist with project buyout from development of scope and proposal packages through subcontract execution.
Help review bid package scope of work documents drafted by the project management team for conflicts with the subcontract terms and conditions and prime contract.
Advise project team on appropriate form of agreement and obtain legal approval of such when necessary.
QC handover of contract documents package from Procurement/Document Control to Contracts.
Process contract through our ERP system and DocuSign and track execution deadlines.
Create and distribute status reports to project team.
Maintain Subcontract exhibits log and document approvals of exhibit revisions.
Attend post-bid interviews, produce meeting minutes, and obtain and document bidder approval of minutes.

Basic Qualifications:
Four-year degree in legal studies, business administration, engineering, construction management, or related field or equivalent combination of experience, skills, and training.
2-4 years of contract management and procurement support experience on construction projects.
Familiar with contract law and local rules and regulations and provide or coordinate subject matter expertise as required.
Familiar with contract administration including: subcontracting and supplier agreements, insurance and bond requirements, term resolution negotiations with subcontractors and suppliers, as well as supplying prime contracting support.
Experience with interpretation of construction contracts.
Familiarity with project reporting and creation of monthly construction reports.
Ability to use and interpret contract documents, drawings, schedule, and quality control plans.
Strong written and verbal communications skills.
Understanding of document management systems, cost accounting systems, construction cost estimates, and project schedules.
Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.

Benefits
Health Insurance (medical, dental and vision).
100% Company Paid Benefits: Employee Life & AD&D, Spouse and Dependent Life & AD&D, STD, LTD, Employee Assistance Program and Health Advocate.
Voluntary Benefits at a Discounted Group Rate.
15 Days of Vacation.
5 Days of Sick Leave.
Paid Parental Leave Program.
10 Paid Holidays.
401(k) Plan (company matching contributions up to 4%).
Employee Referral Program.

Compensation:
Depends on Qualifications 

Employer Contact:
Click or copy/paste link below to apply:
MWH Constructors Job Listing

Employer Name:
MWH Constructors

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, CA

Employer Website:
MWH Constructors

Company Description:
MWH Constructors is a global project delivery company with a focus on water and wastewater treatment infrastructure. With the ultimate goal of delivering maximum value to clients and their local communities, MWH Constructors provides single-source, integrated design and construction services and a full range of project delivery methods. Incorporating industry-leading preconstruction services and safety practices, the Company’s multi-disciplined team of engineering and construction professionals delivers a wide range of projects, including new facilities, infrastructure improvement and expansion, and capital construction services.

Paralegal Estate Planning (San Jose) for Berliner Cohen
Posted April 19, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal Estate Planning (San Jose)

Job Description:
PARALEGAL
Berliner Cohen LLP is celebrating 52 years of success! Our downtown San Jose location has an immediate opening for a part-time or full-time Estate Planning Paralegal.

The successful candidate will have strong organizational and time management skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to support multiple attorneys.

Must have excellent knowledge of Microsoft Word and the ideal candidate should have 2 years’ experience as a paralegal and working knowledge of estate planning, estate administration, and probate.

Candidates who recently completed a paralegal certificate or a paralegal degree will also be considered.

Some of the responsibilities include:
• Preparing estate and trust administration documentation.
• Preparing trusts, wills, powers of attorney, advance health care directives, deeds, and related documentation.
• Communicating with clients regarding estate administration process.

Berliner Cohen LLP offers a congenial and cooperative work environment, and an excellent benefit and compensation package.

If you are interested in being a member of our team, please submit a cover letter and resume tocareers@berliner.com.

Berliner Cohen, LLP is an equal opportunity employer.

Compensation:
TBD

Employer Contact:
Kristin Anderson
Director of Operations & HR
(408) 286-5800
Kristin.Anderson@berliner.com
Careers@berliner.com
Berliner Cohen

Employer Name:
Berliner Cohen LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Jose

Employer Website:
Berliner Cohen

Company Description:
Berliner Cohen, LLP, is a highly-respected Northern California full-service business law firm. Berliner Cohen’s diverse business practices help guide business of all sizes through the challenges of owning, operating and succeeding in California. We seek to provide sound business advice from incorporation, to ongoing day to day management, whether your needs involve advising on corporate structure, employment advice and counsel, or leasing and real estate development. As your business grows, our award-winning tax and estate planning attorneys will guide you in protecting your assets, your wealth and planning for future generations.

Legal Assistant / Paralegal for Birnbaum Law
Posted April 19, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Legal Assistant / Paralegal

Job Description:
Looking to get your foot in the door in law? Interested in learning about managing workers' compensation cases and helping people to get the medical treatment and disability benefits that they need?

We are looking for an enthusiastic, energetic, legal assistant to join our team to fight on behalf of injured workers. Experience always helps, but we are also eager and willing to provide training on how to manage cases from start to finish. 

Job duties include drafting letters, communicating with clients, medical records review, organizing case files, 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.

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 their resume and cover letter to Andrew Birnbaum via email: andybirnbaum.longshore@gmail.com. Phone is 415-521-5054

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:
Birnbaum Law, PC

Employer City / Location:
Richmond, CA (Hilltop mall area)

Employer Website:
Birnbaum Law, PC

Company Description:
Small, plaintiff's side workers' compensation firm specializing in helping injured workers obtain medical and compensation benefits.

Paralegal for Evans Law Firm
Posted March 29, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal 

Job Description:
Evans Law Firm, Inc. is seeking a paralegal or recent graduate for a full-time position in our fast-paced small and fast-growing SF law firm located the near the Union Street area. 

The position is in plaintiff's work, covering elder financial abuse, financial fraud/whistleblower, or insurance cases, and you must have skills to help do intakes and statute letters, legal research, cite check, draft discovery, calendar deadlines, pick up and review mail, complaints, conduct intake, write blogs, social media and perform investigations. 

Must have exceptional writing skills and have knowledge of social media tools. Ideally, we are looking for someone full time – temp to permanent position.

Compensation:
$18 - $20 hour 

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send their resume to info@evanslaw.com. Please include your rate of pay and hours of availability. 

Employer Name:
Evans Law Firm, Inc. 

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Evans Law Firm, Inc.

Company Description:
Evans Law Firm, Inc. handles elder abuse (physical and financial), financial fraud, caregiver fraud, power of attorney fraud, elder law, powers of attorney, probate matters, estate administration, trust administration, will and trust contests, and conservatorships), consumer fraud class actions involving particularly insurance and banking fraud claims, Qui Tam (whistleblower/false claims), IRS tax fraud lawsuits, securities fraud whistleblower reward lawsuits, retaliation and employment litigation. See also California Elder Abuse, Elder Bank Fraud and False Claims California.

Paralegal for Mallison & Martinez
Posted March 28, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal

Job Description:
Progressive law firm looking for bright litigation paralegal to help us litigate on behalf of employees in wage and hour, sex, race and age harassment, and other employment cases. Looking for dedication to serving working people as the primary qualification, Spanish (or mixteco) as a critical qualification, and some legal experience is helpful. Our needs span the gamut from heavy client-oriented work (interview/discovery), document management (computer skills), investigation work, calendaring and case management, formal written discovery, scanning and support work etc. 

We represent mostly minimum wage, mono-lingual Spanish clients in agriculture, restaurant, janitorial and manufacturing industries (among others). Our offices look out over Lake Merritt. Opportunities to investigate, organize and/or meet clients and witnesses in offsite areas such as Salinas, Stockton, Fresno, Stockton, Modesto, Santa Maria, and Bakersfield. Working hours are typical of a law firm, which can require late hours and weekend work when needed.

We provide a unique opportunity to get involved in progressive legal work and work with dedicated attorneys. Must be smart, efficient, educated, motivated, honest and dedicated to the worker's rights.

Compensation:
Based upon certification and experience

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a cover letter and resume to Hector Martinez, Esq by email atHectorM@TheMMLawFirm.com

Employer Name:
Mallison & Martinez

Employer City / Location:
Oakland

Employer Website:
Mallison & Martinez

Company Description:
Wage and Hour Class Action and Employment law firm.

Legal Assistant for Gale, Sutow & Associates
Posted March 22, 2022

Job Type:
Part Time

Job Title:
Legal Assistant

Job Description:
We are a growing Workers’ Compensation defense firm looking to hire a part-time (in-person) legal assistant to join our SF Bay South team located in Burlingame.

Duties include the following:
- Use of our office legal case management system (Meruscase)
- Drafting legal documents
- Word processing
- Filing and serving legal documents
- Calendaring events and appearances
- Keeping track of deadlines
- Preparing correspondence
- Preparing trial exhibits
- Compiling and organizing medical records
- Formatting letters and pleadings
- Scheduling depositions
- Phone calls

We are looking for someone with excellent typing and computer skills, strong verbal and written communication skills, the ability to pay attention to detail and proofread, the ability to multi-task, and familiarity with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, and Adobe Acrobat. Qualified candidates must be able to work independently as well as collaborate with other staff.

Experience with EAMS and basic knowledge of the California workers’ compensation system is a plus but not a requirement.

Compensation:
$18 an hour

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can apply by submitting their resume and references through the companies Indeed posting: Part-time Work Comp Legal Assistant - Willing to Train

Employer Name:
Gale, Sutow & Associates

Employer City / Location:
Burlingame

Employer Website:
Gale, Sutow & Associates

Company Description:
Gale, Sutow and Associates is a law firm specializing in workers’ compensation defense and employment-related litigation for employers, insurers, and third-party administrators throughout the State of California.

Litigation Support Analyst for the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office
Posted March 11, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Litigation Support Analyst

Job Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is looking for a qualified and motivated Litigation Support Analyst, to join its Information Support (IS) Team. 

The IS Team is made up of ten employees supporting all Technology needs for the City
Attorney’s Office. This position will report to the Litigation Support Coordinator and will assist with supporting all Litigation Support Tools including Ipro, CaseMap/TimeMap, Text Map, Law PreDiscovery, Trial Director. This position is an addition to the Team.

Litigation Support Analyst Position and Responsibilities
The Litigation Support Analyst will work collaboratively with members of the Litigation Support Team as well as Deputy City Attorneys, Paralegals and Legal Assistants in a fast-paced, high volume civil litigation practice. The responsibilities listed below represent the range of duties assigned and are not intended as an exhaustive list.

• Act as an internal litigation support consultant and provide direct support to attorneys and legal support staff to develop, implement and support efficient, cost-effective discovery processes, case automation systems, and practice support applications.
• Consult with practice teams to identify and implement best practices for the identification, preservation, collection, analysis, processing, review, and presentation of paper and electronic discovery materials.
• Advise, consult, and assist attorneys and paralegals on eDiscovery case management, as well as act as a liaison with eDiscovery vendors
• Stay current on the rapidly changing technology developments relating to litigation support.
• Coordinate and monitor our use of litigation support vendors.
• Create, update, and maintain databases in practice support applications, including but not limited to: Ipro, CaseMap/TimeMap, Text Map, Law PreDiscovery, Trial Director and be familiar with hosted solutions (for example, kCura Relativity, etc.) or other similar litigation support and eDiscovery software tools as required.
• Identify case-specific litigation support application needs with attorneys, paralegals and clients.
• Develop, maintain, and troubleshoot case-specific databases, image bases, and image load files, to facilitate the retrieval of documents and testimony during discovery and trial preparation.
• Conduct automated searches to prepare for depositions, hearings and trials.
• Proficient using Text Pad and Microsoft Excel to manage and manipulate data files.
• Manage City Attorney Opinion Database.

Minimum Qualifications
• Paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved program, or other significant work experience that satisfies statutory requirements (i.e., Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 6450 compliant).
• Minimum five years of experience as a paralegal or legal assistant, which includes a minimum of two years of experience as a litigation support analyst or project manager in a civil litigation law firm.

Desired Qualifications
• Excellent verbal and writing skills, and an ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively with attorneys, other paralegals, legal assistants, secretaries and others.
• Ability to analyze legal problems, and perform detailed analytical work with accuracy and initiative.
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines, accept and implement written and oral instructions, and communicate effectively and tactfully with attorneys, office personnel, court personnel, vendors and representatives of other governmental departments/entities and the general public.
• Working knowledge of civil legal procedures, legal terminology and court rules.
• Adept in Microsoft Office Suite.
• Experience with Adobe Professional, Cisco WebEx, Microsoft Teams, TextMap, IPRO Eclipse, CaseMap, Trial Director, or other similar software. Experience with Relativity a plus.
• Strong interpersonal skills and a positive attitude.
• Commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment.
• Desire and ability to work successfully as part of a team.
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.

Salary and Benefits 
The position has a five-step salary scale ranging from $107,718 - $130,884. The successful
candidate will be placed at a salary step based on years of experience and additional relevant degrees, certifications, credentials or skills. The City offers robust health, retirement and other benefits. For more information please visit: Benefits Overview. Paralegals are represented by the International Federation of Professional & Technical Engineers, Local 21, which has a Memorandum of Understanding with the City that can be found at MOU

COVID-19 Vaccination Required as a Condition of Employment
The City and the Office are committed to the health and safety of our employees. Under the
City’s Vaccination Policy, all City and County of San Francisco employees are required to be
vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. For details on how this condition applies to your employment, please go to: COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements (PDF)

Compensation:
The position has a five-step salary scale ranging from $107,718 - $130,884.

Employer Contact:
To apply for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter by March 25, 2022 here: Litigation Support Analyst Job Description

Employer Name:
San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Company Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is an innovative, nationally-recognized municipal law office working to protect and advance the rights and interests of the City and County of San Francisco and its residents. With just over 300 talented, dedicated, and diverse employees, the Office provides exceptional legal services to the City’s Mayor, Board of Supervisors, officials, and departments. Our work empowers City leaders with effective, responsive and creative legal solutions and representation so they can deliver critical public services and our affirmative advocacy enhances the lives and wellbeing of San Francisco’s residents and visitors.

The Office recognizes that diversity in the backgrounds, ideas and lived experiences of our employees enriches our workplace and enhances our work. We aspire to recruit, employ, retain and promote capable individuals representing the full spectrum of our community, and welcome all candidates, including candidates of any race, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age and candidates with disabilities. We have a clear vision: to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come and stay, and where employees feel welcomed, engaged and valued for their work and contributions to the Office and the City.

The Office has established Affinity Groups to foster community and inclusivity, and provide safe spaces for employees with shared identities and their allies to gather, share thoughts and experiences, and create opportunities for employees to connect; these Groups include: African American/Black American; Asian Pacific American Alliance; First Generation Professionals; La Alianza; LGBTQ+; Native American; and Women’s Initiative. The Office also has a New Parents Network for parents of young children to connect and find support and community with their Office colleagues. And the Office has a Racial Equity Task Force to recommend steps to: increase racial and ethnic diversity through improved outreach, recruiting and hiring; enhance Office culture to make the Office more supportive, aware, communicative, and empathetic to its diverse employees; and retain our diverse workforce and provide fulfilling and rewarding work and professional development. To learn more about the Office’s efforts to provide a welcoming, diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace please go to: Herrera forms Racial Equity Task Force to address racial equity and enhance diversity and inclusivity at City Attorney’s Office.

Law Librarian for the SF City Attorney's Office
Posted March 11, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Law Librarian, SF City Attorney's Office

Job Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is looking for a qualified and motivated law librarian to join our Office.

The Office has two main libraries that the librarian is responsible for updating and maintaining. The librarian also assists with managing the Office’s online subscriptions with Westlaw, Lexis Nexis, and Wolters Kluwer. The librarian assists attorneys, paralegals, and legal assistants across the Office in locating hard to find articles, gathering legislative histories, and other legal research projects.

The Librarian reports to the Office’s Manager of Legal Support and Administrative Services, and takes assignments from attorneys, paralegals, and legal assistants across the Office. The responsibilities listed below represent the range of duties that may be assigned and are not intended as an exhaustive list.

• Provide reference services, manage the law library’s collection development, use the public library interlibrary loan program, and catalogue library materials.
• Obtain and maintain passwords and access to Westlaw, Lexis, and Wolters Kluwer for users.
• Work with Deputy City Attorneys to update and renew all contracts.
• Evaluate and recommend new titles for acquisition, whether print titles or databases.
• Evaluate usage/cost statistics for all online products and print continuations.
• Forward daily legal news emails to different teams or individuals.
• Update and maintain all hard copy books.

Minimum Qualifications
• M.L.S., M.L.I.S. or equivalent degree from an ALA-accredited school and/or a J.D. from an ABA - accredited law school; OR
• Paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved program, or other significant work experience that satisfies statutory requirements (i.e., Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 6450 compliant).

Desired Qualifications
• One year of experience in a law firm setting.
• Two years of responsible computer-related experience in a law library, experience providing legal reference and/or teaching/training experience and experience in web interface designs.
• Knowledge of WESTLAW, LEXIS, Internet legal resources and/or other on-line databases and software applications.
• Excellent oral and written communication.
• Able to communicate effectively and tactfully with attorneys, office personnel, vendors, and representatives of other governmental departments/entities; and to accept and implement written and oral instructions.
• Ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively with Office employees.
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines, and prioritize and complete multiple assignments.
• Adept in Microsoft Office Suite.
• Strong interpersonal skills and a positive attitude.
• Commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment.
• Desire and ability to work successfully as part of a team.
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university

Salary and Benefits
The position has a five-step salary scale ranging from $86,121 - $104,624. The successful candidate will be placed at a salary step based on years of experience and additional relevant degrees, certifications, credentials or skills. The City offers robust health, retirement and other benefits. For more information please visit: Benefits Overview. Legal Assistants are represented by the International Federation of Professional & Technical Engineers, Local 21, which has a Memorandum of Understanding with the City that can be found at MOU.

COVID-19 Vaccination Required as a Condition of Employment
The City and the Office are committed to the health and safety of our employees. Under the
City’s Vaccination Policy, all City and County of San Francisco employees are required to be
vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. For details on how this condition applies to your employment, please go to: COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements (PDF)

Compensation:
The position has a five-step salary scale ranging from $86,121 - $104,624. 

Employer Contact:
To apply for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter by March 25, 2022 here:Law Librarian Job Description

Employer Name:
San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
San Francisco City Attorney's Office

Company Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is an innovative, nationally-recognized municipal law office working to protect and advance the rights and interests of the City and County of San Francisco and its residents. With just over 300 talented, dedicated, and diverse employees, the Office provides exceptional legal services to the City’s Mayor, Board of Supervisors, officials, and departments. Our work empowers City leaders with effective, responsive and creative legal solutions and representation so they can deliver critical public services and our affirmative advocacy enhances the lives and wellbeing of San Francisco’s residents and visitors.

The Office recognizes that diversity in the backgrounds, ideas and lived experiences of our employees enriches our workplace and enhances our work. We aspire to recruit, employ, retain and promote capable individuals representing the full spectrum of our community, and welcome all candidates, including candidates of any race, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age and candidates with disabilities. We have a clear vision: to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come and stay, and where employees feel welcomed, engaged and valued for their work and contributions to the Office and the City. To learn more about the Office’s efforts to provide a welcoming, diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace please go to: 
Herrera forms Racial Equity Task Force to address racial equity and enhance diversity and inclusivity at City Attorney’s Office.

Business Immigration Paralegal for Law Offices of Shamieh, Shamieh & Ternieden
Posted March 11, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Business Immigration Paralegal

Job Description:
We are a boutique law firm based in San Francisco looking for a paralegal who has experience in business immigration (including PERM's, H1B's, L's, J's etc.) and who can carry a case from the beginning all the way to its conclusion!

We do not work with big corporate clients, but rather smaller businesses that wish to bring a person or two over for work. We also offer the opportunity to expand beyond business and delve into the world of family immigration through family-based applications and responding to RFE's. We meet with client's regularly in our office and so this position has a lot of client interaction!

We also hope this person has the desire to learn even more because in this role, you also have the opportunity to work on various aspects of removal cases.

We offer a flexible work environment and aren't run like a corporate machine or a "sweat shop" .

Compensation:
$60,000 - $70,000

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can submit a resume and cover letter to Ghassan Shamieh via email: ghassan@shamiehlawsf.com. For questions call phone number: (415) 777-0700

Employer Name:
Law Offices of Shamieh, Shamieh & Ternieden

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Law Offices of Shamieh, Shamieh & Ternieden

Litigation Paralegal for Epstein Holtzapple Christo
Posted March 10, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Litigation Paralegal

Job Description:
LITIGATION PARALEGAL
This position is an integral part of our litigation team. The paralegal will be supporting our practice by assisting with case planning, development, and management. They will understand firm software and promptly learn new features and software when adopted. The paralegal will be thoughtful, proactive, and engaged in cases assigned. The paralegal is expected to manage documents and case filings with little supervision. 

The individual in this role must be professional, extremely organized, detail-oriented, and an analytical and critical thinker. The individual must also be a self-starter, have excellent verbal and written communication skills, a tight grasp of grammar, punctuation, and legal citation forms, and possess an understanding of the firm’s litigation software programs outlined below. 

This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Law Firm Manager of our busy litigation firm.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Prepare document for pleadings, letters, and other writings
• Prepare, finalize, and serve written discovery demands such as interrogatories, requests for
production of documents, and requests for admission
• Coordinate the issuance of deposition and trial subpoenas for personal appearances and the production of records
• Support and manage the collection of documents from clients and other custodians as well as the production of documents
• Perform document reviews to analyze and collect evidence for discovery and trial
• Prepare and organize witness information
• Review and summarize written discovery responses and deposition transcripts
• Organize supporting documents for hearings, arbitrations, and trial
• Maintain familiarity with the Code of Civil Procedure, Probate Code, California Rules of Court, and Local Rules relevant to our practice

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor’s degree
• Paralegal Certificate from an ABA-approved paralegal program
• Two or more years of substantial civil litigation or probate litigation experience
• Familiarity with the Code of Civil Procedure and Rules of Court
• Excellent research and writing skills; strong interpersonal and communication skills
• Expertise in Adobe Pro, the entire Microsoft Office 365 Suite including Word, Outlook,
PowerPoint, Excel, Westlaw, Clio, NetDocuments, and electronic filing systems in probate, state, and federal courts (and related e-filing portals such as OneLegal), transcript management software, and electronic discovery databases such as Relativity

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:
• Must be able to sit for prolonged periods.
• We are a casual office and offer flexibility and remote work as needed.

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can submit a resume and cover letter to Cathey Youngswick, Administrative Assistant, via email: cathey@EHC.law

Employer Name:
Epstein Holtzapple Christo LLP

Employer City / Location:
711 Grand Avenue Suite 230, San Rafael, CA, 94901

Employer Website:
Epstein Holtzapple Christo

Company Description:
Epstein Holtzapple Christo LLP is Northern California’s premier trust and estate litigation firm. We pride ourselves on providing top-notch legal services in this complex area of the law with empathy and efficiency. Come join our team of busy lawyers and help support our practice in an administrative role.

Paralegal or Paralegal In Training for Evans Law Firm
Posted March 7, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal or Paralegal In Training 

Job Description:
Evans Law Firm, Inc. s seeking a paralegal or recent graduate for a full-time position in our fast-paced small and fast-growing SF law firm located the near Union Street area. 

The position is in plaintiff's work, covering elder financial abuse, financial fraud/whistleblower or insurance cases, and you must have skills to help do intakes and statute letters, legal research, cite check, draft discovery, calendar deadlines, pick up and review mail, complaints, conduct intake, write blogs, social media and perform investigations. Must have exceptional writing skills and have knowledge of social media tools. Ideally, we are looking for someone full time – temp to permanent position.

Compensation:
$17-21 hour

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume to Ingrid Evans via email: Ingrid@evanslaw.com. Please include with your resume your rate of pay and hours of availability.

Employer Name:
Evans Law Firm, Inc. 

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco - Cow Hollow/Union

Employer Website:
Evans Law Firm

Company Description:
About Evans Law Firm, Inc., San Francisco, CA

Evans Law Firm, Inc. handles elder abuse (physical and financial), financial fraud, caregiver fraud, power of attorney fraud, elder law, powers of attorney, probate matters, estate administration, trust administration, will and trust contests, and conservatorships), consumer fraud class actions involving particularly insurance and banking fraud claims, Qui Tam (whistleblower/false claims), IRS tax fraud lawsuits, securities fraud whistleblower reward lawsuits, retaliation and employment litigation. See also, www.californiaelderabuse.com, www.elderbankfraud.com, and www.falseclaimscalifornia.com.

Health and Human Services Team Legal Assistant for SF City Attorney’s Office
Posted March 7, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Health and Human Services Team Legal Assistant

Job Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is looking for a qualified and motivated legal assistant to join its Health and Human Services Team.

The Health Team provides counsel to a number of City Departments: The Department of Public Health, including Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center and Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center and the Human Services Agency, and their respective commissions, advisory boards, and councils on the myriad legal issues that arise in the operation of two of the City's largest departments. Additionally, the Health Team is counsel to the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing and the Office of the Medical Examiner. 

The Health Team’s work includes general advice; drafting and approving contracts and ordinances; preparing motions, medical probate and TB petitions; administrative petitions, hearings and appearances related to subpoenas in criminal cases; and standard client advice for DPH, including policy work, support on litigation and labor issues, and regulatory matters.

Legal Assistant Position and Responsibilities
Legal Assistants work under the direction of attorneys and paralegals, and provide a variety of paraprofessional legal duties in a fast-paced, high-volume civil litigation and advice practice. The responsibilities listed below represent the range of duties that may be assigned and are not intended as an exhaustive list.

• Review and proofread contracts, legislation, responsive pleadings, various discovery documents, subpoenas, legal memoranda, and correspondence for accuracy.
• Assist with review and disclosure of documents responsive to public records requests and third-party subpoenas.
• Assist with implementing document litigation holds across various City departments.
• Draft and issue subpoenas.
• Assist with discovery, particularly electronic discovery, including the review and production of documents obtained from litigants and City departments maintained in IPRO Eclipse; prepare privilege logs.
• Conduct searches and manage documents in document databases such as IPRO Eclipse,
Concordance, CaseMap and Text Map, and review documents within these programs for relevance, responsiveness, and privilege.
• Assist in preparing various motions and ensuring that filings are accurate, properly formatted, and filed in a timely manner, including filing electronically.
• Organize and prepare documents, exhibits, and other materials for discovery, hearings,
and trials, assist in maintaining team files, including an electronic database of key written advice.
• Work on multiple projects simultaneously and prioritize work assignments from multiple attorneys.
• Maintain calendars for multiple attorneys
• Assist with other projects and duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications
• Paralegal certificate from an ABA-approved program, or other significant work experience that satisfies statutory requirements (i.e., Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 6450 compliant).

Desired Qualifications
• One year of litigation experience as a legal assistant or paralegal, or five or more years as a legal secretary providing proof of performing high-level duties as described under Responsibilities section above.
• Excellent verbal and written communication;
• Able to communicate effectively and tactfully with attorneys, office personnel, court personnel, vendors and representatives of other governmental departments/entities and the general public; and to accept and implement written and oral instructions.
• Ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively with attorneys, other paralegals, secretaries and others.
• Ability to analyze legal problems, and perform detailed analytical work with accuracy and initiative.
• Ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines, and prioritize and complete multiple assignments.
• Working knowledge of civil legal procedures, legal terminology and court rules.
• Adept in Microsoft Office Suite.
• Experience with Adobe Professional, Cisco WebEx, Microsoft Teams, TextMap, IPRO Eclipse, CaseMap, Trial Director, or other similar software. Experience with Relativity a plus.
• Strong interpersonal skills and a positive attitude.
• Commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment.
• Desire and ability to work successfully as part of a team.
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.

Salary and Benefits
The position has a five-step salary scale ranging from $86,112 - $104,624. The successful candidate will be placed at a salary step based on years of experience and additional relevant degrees, certifications, credentials or skills. The City offers robust health, retirement and other benefits. For more information please visit: https://sfdhr.org/benefits-overview. Legal Assistants are represented by the International Federation of Professional & Technical Engineers, Local 21, which has a Memorandum of Understanding with the City that can be found at MOU (https://sfdhr.org/memoranda-understanding).

COVID-19 Vaccination Required as a Condition of Employment
The City and the Office are committed to the health and safety of our employees. Under the
City’s Vaccination Policy, all City and County of San Francisco employees are required to be
vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. For details on how this condition applies to your employment, please click here (https://sfdhr.org/sites/default/files/documents/Job-Opportunities/COE-CO...).

Compensation:
The position has a five-step salary scale ranging from $86,112 - $104,624. The successful candidate will be placed at a salary step based on years of experience and additional relevant degrees, certifications, credentials or skills.

Employer Contact:
To apply for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter by March 18, 2022 here: 8173-Legal Assistant- Health and Human Services Team-8173-CAT22-HHST01

Employer Name:
City Attorney’s Office, Health and Human Services Team

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
San Francisco City Attorney’s Office

Company Description:
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is an innovative, nationally-recognized municipal law office working to protect and advance the rights and interests of the City and County of San Francisco and its residents. With just over 300 talented, dedicated, and diverse employees, the Office provides exceptional legal services to the City’s Mayor, Board of Supervisors, officials, and departments. Our work empowers City leaders with effective, responsive and creative legal solutions and representation so they can deliver critical public services and our affirmative advocacy enhances the lives and wellbeing of San Francisco’s residents and visitors.

The Office recognizes that diversity in the backgrounds, ideas and lived experiences of our employees enriches our workplace and enhances our work. We aspire to recruit, employ, retain and promote capable individuals representing the full spectrum of our community, and welcome all candidates, including candidates of any race, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age and candidates with disabilities. We have a clear vision: to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to come and stay, and where employees feel welcomed, engaged and valued for their work and contributions to the Office and the City. To learn more about the Office’s efforts to provide a welcoming, diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace please go to  Herrera forms Racial Equity Task Force to address racial equity and enhance diversity and inclusivity at City Attorney’s Office

IP Practice Clerk for Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
Posted March 7, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
IP Practice Clerk

Job Description:
We are seeking one IP Practice Clerk to support the IP Trademark Section in the San Francisco office.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Assisting attorneys with global trademark and copyright portfolio management;
  • Preparing and managing U.S. and foreign trademark prosecution filings;
  • Assisting attorneys with U.S. and foreign trademark oppositions, cancellations and other disputes, including managing deadlines and preparing and coordinating evidence and client communications;
  • Maintaining a large and complex docket of domestic and international trademarks and domain names, as well as U.S. copyrights, including management and oversight of the docketing database;
  • Maintaining client-facing extranets;
  • Preparing trademark, copyright and domain name status reports for attorneys and clients;
  • Corresponding directly with clients, the USPTO and foreign counsel on a daily basis regarding status, deadlines and outstanding issues.

This is an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on, practical legal experience working for a large, global law firm, assisting and interacting closely with well-known, multinational clients, and handling complex intellectual property issues.

Qualifications: 

  • Previous law firm experience is a plus. BA/BS degree. 
  • The position requires excellent organization, precise attention to detail, and demonstrated success in multitasking.
  • The ideal candidate can learn quickly and work independently and efficiently on multiple tasks of varying levels of complexity at any given time.
  • The candidate must be highly motivated to follow through with assignments and have strong interpersonal skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and solid computer skills.

Qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records will be considered for the position in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you require an accommodation in order to apply for a position, please contact us atPillsburyWorkday@pillsburylaw.com.

Compensation:
$52K - $55K/year

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can submit a cover letter and resume to Carolyn Archibald -carolyn.archibald@pillsburylaw.com

Employer Name:
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, CA

Employer Website:
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman

Company Description:
Pillsbury people are up for a challenge and thrive in a high-performance environment. We are motivated to deliver the best outcomes for sophisticated clients. Best of all, we genuinely like working with one another, which is why we consistently rank among the best law firms to work for and the best firms for overall diversity in Vault's annual survey results.

We collaborate. Our team approach enables us to draw from a rich set of capabilities, experiences and talents to deliver the best solutions to meet our clients’ needs.

We innovate. This is a firm for self-starters with entrepreneurial ideas, and the work we do for clients lands us among the Financial Times’ Most Innovative Law Firms.

We value transparency. Communications are straightforward, and information is openly shared.

We are connected. Information moves seamlessly across our platform as we serve clients at any time of day, from anywhere in the world.

We pursue diversity. Experience has proven that different perspectives yield the most creative solutions.

We care. Through our pro bono practice, charitable giving programs and volunteer work in our communities, we seek out opportunities to do good.

While our offices each have their own style and personality, Pillsbury is fully integrated under a single management structure. We are a true partnership, unified by common business objectives and shared values.

Part-Time Law Library Administrative Assistant for Marin County Law Library
Posted March 7, 2022

Job Type:
Part Time

Job Title:
Part-Time Law Library Administrative Assistant

Job Description:
Marin County Law Library (MCLL) is currently seeking a qualified part-time administrative assistant.

MCLL provides free public access to legal information, focusing on providing practical materials not only to attorneys and judges, but to businesses, self-represented litigants, and people who want to know more about their rights.

DUTIES
Duties include, but are not limited to:
· Providing information and assistance to library patrons in email, person, or phone.
· Assisting library users in the use of computer, print, photocopy, fax, and online services.
· Coordinating technical services and troubleshooting technical issues.
· Preparing correspondence, organizing, and maintaining files and calendar for law library services and programs.
· Filing updates for slip opinions, advance sheets, pocket parts, and loose-leaf publications.
· Ordering supplies.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Any Combination of the following:
· Associate of Arts degree from an accredited college.
· Paralegal Certificate from an accredited program.
· Public library (general or special) or government service work experience.
· Business experience.
· A minimum of one year of experience in a position involving service to the public is required.

Knowledge of:
· Basic knowledge of bookkeeping and other administrative duties.
· Theory and practice of public service and library service; uses effective problem-solving skills when necessary.
· Computer applications including Microsoft Office suite.

Other:
· Ability to work independently as well as within a group.
· Proficiency using social media platforms.
· Ability to deliver excellent customer service under pressure is required.
· Must be able to work evenings.
· Spanish language fluency highly desirable

SCHEDULE: 10-20 hours per week

Compensation:
$16.32 - $18.05 per hour

Employer Contact:
Please email your cover letter and resume to lawlibmc@sonic.net.
You may fax to: 415-472-3729. No telephone calls please -- principals only. Position will remain open until filled.

Employer Name:
Marin County Law Library

Employer City / Location:
San Rafael

Employer Website:
Marin County Law Library

Company Description:
The Marin County Law Library serves the public by providing access to legal information sources through a variety of media, research assistance, and technologies needed to give practical expression to the law, while maintaining a flexible and supportive presence that fosters the ends of community service and social justice.

Legal Assistant for Sassano & Fleischer
Posted March 2, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Legal Assistant

Job Description:
Law Offices of Sassano & Fleischer is seeking a part time or full-time Legal Assistant for its Lafayette office with flexible hours and remote working. The Legal Assistant maintains a close professional relationship with attorneys and manages their day-to-day activities.

Job Responsibilities:
- Prepares correspondence and legal documents for electronic submission to the WCAB system;
- Analyze, evaluate, and summarize medical reports and depositions;
- Coordinate submission of information for PQME and AME evaluations;
- Provides administrative support to one or more attorneys;
- Organizes and maintains files;

Skills & Experience:
- Workers compensation law firm experience a plus;

Requirements
- Completed or in progress ABA-approved paralegal certificate and/or Bachelor's Degree;
- Strong written and oral communication;
- Highly organized;
- Word Perfect and/or MS Word proficiency;
- Type 50 wpm;
- Demonstrable ability to maintain confidentiality.

Compensation commensurate with experience plus comprehensive benefits package Superior health, dental, life insurance and disability plan options. Top Tier 401(k) retirement savings plan that offers a very generous match.

Outstanding Paid Time Off: Vacation, Sick leave, and Paid holidays

Compensation:
Compensation commensurate with experience plus comprehensive benefits package

Employer Contact:
Applicants interested in applying can email a resume and cover letter directly to Brian Fleischer at bfleischer@sassanolaw.com.

Employer Name:
Sassano & Fleischer

Employer City / Location:
Lafayette

Employer Website:
Sassano & Fleischer

Company Description:
Sassano & Fleischer is a boutique law firm that has provided high-quality litigation defense of workers' compensation claims and counseling to employers for 25 years. The firm develops lasting relationships with clients by providing superior legal services at a significant value.

Paralegal/Legal Assistant for the Law Offices of Robb & Ross
Posted February 23, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal/Legal Assistant 

Job Description:
Robb & Ross is a well-established Mill Valley law firm, which handles business matters and estate planning and administration for a select group of family-owned businesses and individuals.

The candidate will provide high-level support on both business and estate planning and administration matters, as well as executive-level business tasks.

Responsibilities:
• Drafting transactional and court documents
• Researching and compiling legal and business data
• Interacting with clients, officials, and others
• Perform executive level support tasks
• Document management in hard and digital formats

Qualifications: 
• Bachelor's degree or paralegal certificate
• Excellent organizational skills
• Self-starter and an avid learner
• Excellent written communication skills
• Proficient with Microsoft Office

Compensation:
• Competitive salary
• Health benefits
• 401(k)
• Commuter benefit
• Parking benefit

Compensation:
Commensurate with experience

Employer Contact:
Please email cover letter and PDF of resume to: resumes@robbandross.com.

Employer Name:
Law Offices of Robb & Ross

Employer City / Location:
Mill Valley, California 

Employer Website:
Law Offices of Robb & Ross

Company Description:
Robb & Ross is a well-established Mill Valley law firm, which handles business matters and estate planning and administration for a select group of family-owned businesses and individuals.

Estate Planning & Probate Paralegal for Blackstock & Barsell
Posted February 16, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Estate Planning & Probate Paralegal 

Job Description:
We are three Estate Planning & Probate attorneys, each with their own practice but who share an office and a legal assistant/paralegal. Located in Walnut Creek, very close to downtown and 1.5 miles from Bart.

Firms: Blackstock & Barsell, PC; Law Office of Cynthia C. Sayegh; and Law Office of Jaime A. Roder.

Duties include, but are not limited to:
• Answering, directing calls and setting appointments;
• Processing executed legal documents;
• Drafting correspondence with clients;
• Maintaining and organizing legal files;
• Ordering and maintaining supplies;
• Preparation of estates plans and trust administration documents, deeds, asset spreadsheets; identify trust and non-trust assets; identify title and character of assets;
• Preparing documents for court and/or filing;

Job Requirements:
• Two (2) years of paralegal or legal assistant experience in estate planning within a law firm/legal environment;
• Excellent computer skills, particularly using Adobe Acrobat, WordPerfect, Microsoft Word, and Excel;
• Must have car and be able to drive to local courts for filing (gas reimbursed);
• Must be able to juggle different processes and documents specific to each of our attorneys;
• Superb proofreading and writing skills;
• Excellent attention to detail is a MUST;
• Professional, reliable, flexible and have a positive, can-do attitude;
• Ability to manage and prioritize a frequently changing workload;
• Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize assignments and multi-task to meet deadlines;
• Ability to be physically present in the office;
• Must be fully vaccinated AND boosted against Covid-19;

Compensation:
$60,000 - $90,000 dependent upon experience. Salary is hourly so roughly $30/hr +. Benefits will be discussed further with each candidate.

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates, please contact McKenna Koepke at mckenna@blackstockbarsell.com with your resume and cover letter. Please include any salary requirements.

Employer Name:
Blackstock & Barsell, PC

Employer City / Location:
Walnut Creek, CA

Employer Website:
Blackstock & Barsell

Estate Planning / Probate Paralegal for Law Offices of Kenneth H. Horowitz
Posted February 15, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Estate Planning / Probate Paralegal for Fast-Paced Boutique Firm

Job Description:
Boutique Trust and Estate Law Firm in San Mateo seeks Paralegal, preferably with Estate Planning / Probate experience. The successful candidate must be able to work independently and as a team player, manage cases, and will be relied on for follow up and accountability.

This position is full-time and on-site. It requires that the Estate Planning /Probate Paralegal be extremely detail-oriented, organized, proficient in English, critical about accuracy, and possess the ability to prioritize and follow up.

This is a very fast-paced environment, and the selected candidate must be able to multitask and manage an ample caseload.

Ken’s practice focuses on Trust and Estate planning, Probates, and Real Estate transactions. One of his Paralegals who had been with him for 14 years just retired. Ken’s other Paralegal has been with him for close to 20 years, having started as his Receptionist and Legal Assistant.

Ken’s 24-year-old practice is incredibly busy. He has no website and doesn’t partake in social media. His business is built solely on referrals from clients, large brokerage firms such as Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, and UBS, Independent Financial Advisors, Realtors, Accountants, and other Attorneys. Ken has been asked to speak to groups at large technology companies such as Cisco, Lockheed Martin, and Dropbox to name a few. On occasion, Ken is asked to appear as an Expert Witness on cases, as is appointed by the Court as Independent Council.

Position Requirements

Education and Experience:
Two years as a Paralegal. Trusts, Estates, and Estate Tax experience a plus.

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
Self-starter who is willing and open to learning new skills as well as taking initiative and being proactive;
Proficient in the MS Office Suite with an emphasis on Word, Excel and Outlook;
Solid command of English including excellent spelling, grammar, punctuation, form and style;
Organized and detail oriented; and
Ability to communicate clearly and work well with a team and individually.

Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Preparing petitions and accompanying forms;
Drafting documents associated with trust administration;
Preparing estate tax returns;
Preparing gift tax returns;
Working closely with clients.

Experience in the estate tax area preferred but willing to train the appropriate candidate.

COVID-19 considerations:
Only masked and vaccinated clients are being seen on-site.

Compensation:
$70,000 - $90,000 dependent upon experience. No overtime. Benefits offered include PTO (vacation), paid holidays, paid Medical Insurance, Health Savings Account, and 401K plan with matching.

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send resume and cover letter Kenneth Horowitz via email: ken@horowitzlaw.com. Please include any salary requirements.

Employer Name:
Law Offices of Kenneth H. Horowitz

Employer City / Location:
951 Mariners Island Blvd. Suite 240, San Mateo, CA 94404

Company Description:
Law Offices of Kenneth H. Horowitz is a small, fast-paced 24 year old boutique firm on the San Francisco Bay Area Peninsula. They specialize in Estate Planning, Probate, and Real Estate Law. Ken also holds a Masters degree in Taxation.

Paralegal for Adler & Colvin
Posted February 11, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal

Job Description:
NONPROFIT-FOCUSED BOUTIQUE SAN FRANCISCO LAW FIRM SEEKS CORPORATE PARALEGAL

Adler & Colvin is a highly regarded, eighteen-attorney San Francisco law firm representing some of the most recognized and respected nonprofits and mission-driven organizations in the U.S. We specialize in advising a diverse variety of tax-exempt organizations and their donors, including (among many others) philanthropic foundations, social enterprises, religious organizations, advocacy groups, and schools. For more than 40 years, we have focused on helping our clients promote a better world.

Adler & Colvin has an opening for an experienced paralegal with professional familiarity with corporate, transactional, trusts and estates, and/or similar work. Our ideal candidate is highly organized and detail-oriented, with strong financial skills or an interest in developing such skills and some direct experience in nonprofit administration. A demonstrated interest in the nonprofit sector, through employment, board service, or volunteerism, is desirable.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

Adler & Colvin offers competitive compensation and generous benefits: 
Paid Time Off: Competitive vacation accrual; designated holidays, paid floating holiday, and sick leave

Health Plan: Choice of six health plans (two Kaiser and four Blue Shield) along with dental and vision insurance. Adler & Colvin generously contributes toward the employee cost of group medical coverage.

Dental & Vision Plans: Adler & Colvin pays 100% of dental and vision premiums.

Basic Life/AD&D and Long-Term Disability Insurance: Adler & Colvin pays 100% of the premiums.

Retirement: 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan. Under the Safe Harbor provisions of the Plan, the firm contributes 5% total gross compensation up to the allowable maximum for the 401(k) part of the plan. The Profit-Sharing provisions are subject to end of year calculations.

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a resume and cover letter to Cynthia Walrod, Executive Director, via email: hiring@adlercolvn.com

Employer Name:
Adler & Colvin

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Employer Website:
Adler & Colvin

Company Description:
Adler & Colvin is a highly regarded, eighteen-attorney San Francisco law firm representing some of the most recognized and respected nonprofits and mission-driven organizations in the U.S. We specialize in advising a diverse variety of tax-exempt organizations and their donors, including (among many others) philanthropic foundations, social enterprises, religious organizations, advocacy groups, and schools. For more than 40 years, we have focused on helping our clients promote a better world.

Paralegal for Granahan Law
Posted February 9, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal

Job Description:
I am looking for a litigation paralegal to assist me with plaintiff side personal injury, employment, and landlord/tenant matters. The work includes drafting complaints, discovery, briefs, demand letters, and any and all litigation documents. Includes scheduling deadlines for cases and all tasks related to litigation through intake up to trial. You will do it all and learn all about how to handle a case. Plus a laid back atmosphere to learn and have some fun.

Remote work is an option, but with some office presence needed.

Compensation:
Depends on experience. Competitive. Benefits included.

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can submit a cover letter and resume to Conor Granahan via email: conor@granahanlegal.com

Employer Name:
Granahan Law, P.C.

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco and Marin County

Employer Website:
Granahan Law

Company Description:
Plaintiff side personal injury, employment, and landlord/tenant firm serving all of the Bay Area.

Legal Assistant/Paralegal for Focus Media Law
Posted February 8, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Legal Assistant/Paralegal

Job Description:
We are seeking a Legal Assistant/Paralegal to join our team. This is a great opportunity to join a boutique entertainment law firm where your work will expose you to a wide range of issues related to filmed media production and distribution. The position offers a chance to help build and refine processes as the firm grows, and to learn the legal and business aspects of film production and distribution.

You will support two to three attorneys. You should have strong client service skills and be detail oriented.

Preference will be given to candidates with a demonstrated interest in film & television, and a strong foundation in intellectual property law. Experience working with entertainment transactions (ideally film and/or television) either at a law firm or in-house with an entertainment company is preferred but not required.

The position requires a knowledge of and desire to learn advanced features of Clio, the Microsoft Office Suite (including template and forms functionality), Box (including metadata features), and Adobe Acrobat, as well as a desire to learn contractual terms and other substantive aspects of entertainment law practice. A bachelor’s degree or paralegal certification is required. This position is considered entry level.

Responsibilities will include:

• client file setup,
• drafting and revising agreements with attorney supervision, marking up documents (using Word track changes), managing document review workflows
• organizing and conducting research as well as other miscellaneous projects as assigned
• assist the firm’s attorneys by project managing multiple film projects during various stages of production legal work
• assist with entity formation
• liaising with firm’s clients
• drive the maintenance of firm records
• assist with projects as needed - flexibility and a willingness to contribute in both small and big ways is important

Compensation:
DOE. Full time position includes vacation/sick time.

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates should email Isaac Hager, at isaac@focusmedialaw.comwith your resume, cover letter, references, and include “Paralegal” in the subject line of the email.

Employer Name:
Focus Media Law Group

Employer City / Location:
Oakland (Jack London Square)

Employer Website:
Focus Media Law Group

Company Description:
Focus Media Law is a boutique entertainment law firm located in Oakland, California.

Legal Process Clerk for SF Public Defender's Immigration Team
Posted February 4, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Legal Process Clerk - Immigration Unit - Bilingual in Spanish (8106)

Job Description:
The Immigration Defense Unit at the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office provides legal representation for immigrants who are detained and facing deportation in San Francisco’s immigration courts. It is California’s largest deportation defense program for immigrants who are detained. Majority of our clients speak Spanish and have limited English proficiency, and so facility with Spanish is essential for this position.

The 8106 Legal Process Clerk in the Immigration Unit works with clients that are in removal proceedings who are detained or non-detained facing deportation, and assists attorneys in the legal case, including but not limited to:
1. Files and serves legal documents to the federal immigration courts, federal courts, and state courts
2. Files and maintains FOIA requests with USCIS/CBP/ICE/Immigration Courts
3. Maintains database of cases in immigration unit
4.Opens new cases by arranging files, inputting new cases in databases, creating labels for files
5. Answers general Immigration Unit phone line inquiries from the public, attorneys, litigants, witnesses, victims, immigration, or law enforcement agencies, directs calls to appropriate place
6. Ordering supplies for the unit
7. Checking and delivering mail/FedEx for the unit; scanning documents into the server
8. Maintains database of referrals
9. Reviews, processes, routes, files, records such as marriage licenses, fictitious name statements, and retrieves legal documents such as court orders.
10. Operates computer terminal, inputs data, and keeps track of unit statistics
11. Assists in closing cases, scanning files to server, keep track of papers.
12. Assists attorneys and support staff in all aspects of legal case, under supervision of attorneys.
13. Performs related duties as required.

Qualifications
Applicants must fully meet the minimum qualifications by the final filing deadline unless otherwise stated:
1. One (1) year (equivalent of 2,000 hours) of verifiable experience processing and/or researching documents in accordance with laws, codes and/or regulations in a legal, governmental, real estate or financial services environment.

Desirable Qualifications:
The stated desirable qualifications may be used to identify job finalists at the end of the selection process when candidates are referred for hiring.
1. Certified bilingual in English and Spanish
2. Strong oral and written communication skills
3. Team player with vision, passion, and commitment to immigration and/or criminal justice system reform
4. Possesses cultural humility and a commitment to strength-based models of treatment
5. Experience working with immigrant communities and low-income communities and those affected by the criminal justice system
6. Knowledge of public benefits available to noncitizens of various immigration statuses as well as services provided by community-based organizations

Working Conditions: Must be able to work full time within the regular office hours of 8:00am – 5:00 pm, and to travel throughout San Francisco and the surrounding cities on a daily basis at varied times of the day.

The Office of the Public Defender has been designated as essential services in the City and County of San Francisco and the San Francisco Courts remain open during the COVID pandemic. Legal Process Clerk staff are essential workers in this office.

CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT: All City and County of San Francisco employees are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment.

The City and County of San Francisco encourages women, minorities, and persons with disabilities to apply. Applicants will be considered regardless of their sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition (associated with cancer, a history of cancer, or genetic characteristics), HIV/AIDS status, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, military and veteran status, or other protected category under the law.

Application Deadline: February 15, 2022

Compensation:
$29.13 - $35.40/hr (approximately $60k-$73k/yr) depending on experience.

Employer Contact:
For a complete job description and information on how to apply, please visit: https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/CityAndCountyOfSanFrancisco1/7439998023....
Application Deadline: February 15, 2022

Employer Name:
SF Public Defender's Immigration Team

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco

Company Description:
The Immigration Defense Unit at the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office provides legal representation for immigrants who are detained and facing deportation in San Francisco’s immigration courts. It is California’s largest deportation defense program for immigrants who are detained. 

The Office of the Public Defender has been designated as essential services in the City and County of San Francisco and the San Francisco Courts remain open during the COVID pandemic. Legal Process Clerk staff are essential workers in this office.

Housing Paralegal for AIDS Legal Referral Panel
Posted February 2, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Housing Paralegal

Job Description:
AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP) seeks an enthusiastic and compassionate paralegal to join the eviction defense team providing legal services for people with HIV/AIDS.  Seeking a motivated individual interested in working in cooperative, flexible office, committed to social justice. 

Position open until filled. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor’s degree and/or paralegal certificate ideal, minimum associate degree required
• Administrative experience, including proficient skills with Microsoft Office and other common computer programs
• Excellent written, verbal and client service skills
• Well-organized, highly motivated, and creative problem-solver
• Able to work independently and in a team-oriented environment
• Able to work on several projects simultaneously, and handle high volume of activity
• Patient, flexible & empathetic
• Demonstrated commitment to social justice 

HIGHLY DESIRABLE
• Two or more years of experience working as a paralegal
• Bilingual in English and Spanish, Cantonese or Mandarin
• Knowledge of landlord/tenant law
• Knowledge of legal issues related to poverty and/or disability
• Experience working with people living with HIV
• Ability to work in a busy litigation office
• Experience working in a non-profit setting

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
General Purpose: To provide litigation and programmatic support to the ALRP Housing Team

Litigation Support
• Draft correspondence, pleadings and other documents
• Conduct legal research and factual investigations
• File documents via e-filing and at SF Superior Court where necessary
• Ensure proper service of legal documents and correspondence
• Assist in responding to and propounding discovery
• Under attorney supervision, prepare responsive pleadings in Unlawful Detainer cases, including, stays of execution, other ex parte applications, Answers and Demurrers, noticed motions, and other pleadings
• Support Attorneys in all aspects of trial preparation including Depositions
• Work with attorneys and other ALRP staff to train and supervise volunteers and interns
• Participate in regular skills-based training sessions
• Attend weekly program meetings, staff meetings, and relevant supervision meetings
• Perform other duties as assigned

Client Services
• Conducts intake interviews with new clients and obtain necessary documentation
• As needed, visit clients in their homes, in skilled nursing facilities and in hospital settings
• Record and update client demographic information and case notes in database
• Maintain accurate computerized client files and other documentation
• Enter data on time/correctly to support program evaluation and outcomes tracking

WORKING CONDITIONS
The position requires working with individuals during moments of extreme stress and instability. The position also requires the provision of culturally-sensitive and empathetic services. Some evening and weekend work may be required. Furthermore, because of the nature of the intake work, the employee is expected to be in the office during normal business hours and to communicate with staff regarding whereabouts when out of office during work hours.

Due to the COVID pandemic, our office is largely working remotely. Exceptions include mandatory court appearances, required client meetings and hearings and some administrative staff.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Prolonged sitting/standing
• Extensive typing/data entry
• Close visual acuity to prepare and analyze data, text, and figures
• Prolonged computer use

Compensation:
$55,000 per year with excellent benefits (Health, Vision and Dental)

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can e-mail a Resume and Cover Letter to Executive Director Bill Hirsh at bill@alrp.org. Include subject line: HOUSING PARALEGAL

People of color, women, and those with disabilities, including HIV, encouraged to apply.  

If you find that you meet many of the qualifications in the job description, we encourage you to apply and explain in your cover letter why your experience would make you a good fit for the position. We recognize that organizations may miss out on strong applicants who screen themselves out of the process because they do not meet every qualification and that disproportionately impacts people from historically marginalized backgrounds. We know that our greatest strengths come from the people who make up our team and a welcoming, inclusive and culturally diverse staff allows us to best serve our community. We look forward to your application.

Employer Name:
AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP)

Administrative Assistant, Legal for a San Francisco Land Use and Environmental Law Firm
Posted Jauary 31, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Administrative Assistant, Legal

Job Description:
A San Francisco land use and environmental law firm is seeking an Administrative Assistant to join the team and assist with the flow of administrative functions for a 50-person office.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a woman-owed, socially progressive firm and explore the legal field as a career path, prior law firm experience is not required.

Responsibilities include:
• Administrative assistance to the firm’s legal secretaries including photocopying, filing, preparation of mail and expense claims.
• Administrative assistance to Accounting/Records Coordinator and our Paralegals, including typing and formatting documents, data entry, document management and other special projects as required.
• Assisting secretaries with court filings as needed, including delivery of papers to San Francisco courthouse or other organization within walking distance of the office.
• Light typing, document organization/maintenance.
• Preparing documents for mailing to serve the parties.
• Preparing packages for fed-ex and dropping it off when needed.
• Creating Outlook contact cards for the law clerks.
• Creating hearing binder for the attorneys.
• Burning flash drives.
• Converting to PDF and compiling articles for weekly reading.
• Creating and updating pleading clips.
• Assisting attorneys with projects when needed. (recycling, compiling mail, printing documents);
• Other clerical duties or special assignments under the direction of the secretarial workflow coordinator or other legal secretaries.
• Adobe Sign – send documents for signature.

Qualified candidates will have 1 year of administrative experience, strong organizational and communication skills, the ability to work collaboratively, and a desire to learn as well.

Compensation:
$50,000 - $60,000

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates can send a cover letter and resume to Janice Shepherd, Executive Legal Recruiter at Access Talent Solutions, via email: janice@accesstalentsolutions.com

Phone - (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.

Legal Administrative Assistant for Van Der Hout
Posted January 31, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Legal Administrative Assistant

Job Dscription:
The Van Der Hout firm is seeking a legal administrative assistant, who is Spanish/English speaking with 1-3 years of administrative experience. The position will assist a team of attorneys and paralegals with a wide variety of administrative tasks. Specifically, this position will assist with:

Duties & Responsibilities: 
Calendaring
Intake and Phone Screen Assistance
Draft correspondence and court forms
Assist with Spanish/English translations
Assist with court filings
Other administrative assistance as needed or required 

Qualifications:
1 - 3 years of administrative experience; law firm experience highly desired
College degree not required but preferred
Spanish language proficiency, verbal and written, required
Ability to be flexible, adaptive and responsive with constant need and shifting priorities
Positive, respectful, and effective written and verbal communication skills
Strong critical thinking and analytical skills and keen attention to detail

Benefits:
Paid Time Off
Medical, Dental and Vision insurance
401k eligibility at one year anniversary
Parental Leave
Gym reimbursement
Flexible Schedule 

Compensation:
DOE

Employer Contact:
Apply on our site: Van Der Hout job description
Office Administrator - Stephanie Diaz - Sdiaz@vblaw.com

Employer Name:
Van Der Hout, LLP

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, CA

Employer Website:
Van Der Hout

Company Description:
Van Der Hout LLP is a nationally renowned, full-service immigration and nationality law firm in San Francisco. The firm was founded in 1980, and was previously known as Van Der Hout, Brigagliano & Nightingale LLP. It represents a wide range of clients.

Paralegal - Estates and Trusts for Donahue Fitzgerald
Posted January 31, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Paralegal - Estates and Trusts

Job Description:
SUMMARY

The Paralegal oversees and/or performs a wide variety estate planning job duties on behalf of the firm.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Assisting attorneys in all aspects of trust administration, court supervised administrations and related court proceedings
• Preparation of estates plans and trust administration documents, deeds, asset spreadsheets; identify trust and non-trust assets; identify title and character of assets.
• Communicate with clients by e-mail or telephone to answer questions and concerns.
• Meet with clients and client advisors, as needed.
• Assist clients with trust funding and preparing documents to facilitate same, recordation of deeds with accompanying transfer documents.
• Draft and revise correspondence and legal documents.
• Maintain client files and prepare materials for client meetings.
• Prepare and assemble federal estate tax returns.
• Calendar critical deadlines and meetings.

EDUCATION

• High school diploma or GED, required
• Associate Degree or bachelor's degree preferred.
• Paralegal certificate from an ABA approved program

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

• Three (3) years of paralegal experience in estate planning within a law firm/legal environment.
• Highly proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
• Knowledge of Document Management System such as IManage or NetDocs and Compulaw calendaring program.
• Excellent attention to detail
• Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize assignments and multi-task to meet deadlines.
• Ability to work independently and complete assignments with minimal supervision, when needed.
• Professional, reliable, flexible and have a positive, can-do attitude.
• Ability to communicate well in both written and verbal communication forms.
• Proactive attitude and volunteers willingly to take on additional responsibilities and assist with other team members’ projects.
• Ability to effectively work in a team environment and maintain positive and productive relationships with attorneys, peers, and vendors.
• Notary or willingness to become a notary
• Ability to work 40-hour workweek, with occasional overtime.
• Ability to be physically present in the office.
• Must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19

WORKING CONDITIONS

• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to sit, talk, or hear. Frequently lift or reach with hand and arms. Occasionally stand, walk, kneel, or stoop.
• Ability to occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 lbs. 

Compensation:
TBD - Non-Exempt

Employer Contact:
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, writing sample and salary/hourly requirements to hr@donahue.com, and please reference Trusts & Estates Paralegal in the subject line of your e-mail.

Employer Name:
Donahue Fitzgerald LLP

Employer City / Location:
Oakland / Walnut Creek

Employer Website:
Donahue Fitzgerald

Company Description:
DF LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Donahue Fitzgerald has a policy requiring all new hires to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. Proof of vaccination will be required as a condition of employment. Donahue will continue to comply with applicable laws regarding the reasonable accommodation of individuals with disabilities/and or strongly held religious beliefs.

Donahue Fitzgerald, LLP will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of San Francisco Police Code, Article 49, and Administrative Code, Article 12

Paralegal/Legal Assistant for Grotefeld Hoffman
Posted January 29, 2022

Job Type:
Part Time

Job Title:
Paralegal/Legal Assistant 

Job Description:
We are looking for an experienced legal assistant and/or paralegal to help a practice group within our office by providing secretarial and some paralegal support. We require a candidate who has knowledge of and experience with legal forms and procedures, as well as preparing, filing and serving legal documents, notices, and proofs of service. Our practice is primarily in State Courts, but some Federal Court litigation occurs as well. 

The position will require some interaction with clients, opposing counsel, witnesses and court administrative staff. The position will require the preparation of subpoenas, the coordination and summary of records, assisting in the preparation and coordination of discovery and document productions, scheduling depositions and other events, and maintaining the calendar of 1.5 attorneys. The position will also involve maintaining the physical and digital files associated with our practice group.

We are looking for a candidate who can serve as trusted member of the firm, ensure precision in work and respect strict confidentiality requirements. A more detailed job description is below.

Essential Functions and Key Responsibilities:

• Demonstrate ethical conduct and ensure client confidentiality
• Consistent and reliable attendance in accordance with work schedule
• Support attorneys in the production of legal documents by typing work as directed and formatted as required by local rules, client/carrier requirements and/or attorney instructions
• Prepare legal documents, notices, and proofs of service
• Schedule depositions, inspections, hearings, meetings, and appointments for 1.5 attorneys and 1 other legal staff
• Maintain calendars and schedules for attorneys, including complete, accurate and up-to-date information (e.g., street address, department number, judge’s name, court reporter information, etc.)
• Confirm all appearances (including court, depositions, mediations, etc.) 1-2 days in advance
• File and serve documents with the court ahead of deadlines and in accordance with local rules
• Maintain and update promptly case and client related documents such as proofs of service, client information, etc.
• Maintain organized digital and paper files, including copies of all documents and correspondence
• Transmit legal correspondence to clients, witnesses and court officials by electronic filing, mail, email, fax or messenger
• Process third party and vendor invoices in accordance with client/carrier requirements regarding reporting, general correspondence; and work with bookkeeper to ensure payment of invoices.
• Communicate clearly with opposing counsel and other parties, clients, judicial administrative staff and vendors
• Handle incoming and outgoing mail
• Support 1.5 attorneys in the maintenance of files by effective file management.
• Ensure that all internal methods, systems, policies and procedures are adhered to (e.g., digital file-naming and organization)
• Monitor office general voicemail & eFax, notify appropriate counsel of receipt of messages and facsimiles, and save as appropriate
• Manage own work allocation, productivity and quality of work with minimum supervision.
• Perform other administrative and secretarial duties as they arise

Qualifications, Education, Experience and Skills:

• Proven experience as legal secretary and/or paralegal in a civil litigation law firm
• Knowledge of legal terminology, legal documents and forms, applicable local and civil practice rules and requirements (both California and federal)
• Knowledge of MS Office and ability to work with legal technology (court-filing computer systems, transcription software, etc.)
• Proficiency in English
• Outstanding time-management and organizational skills
• Ability to multitask and being comfortable dealing with a diverse pool of people
• Able to effectively prioritize and meet deadlines
• Know when to seek guidance or further input from others before taking action.
• Able to organize own work with minimum supervision.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Courteous and professional demeanor
• Strong sense of discretion
• Attention to detail

Compensation:
$20-$40/hour

Employer Contact:
Interested applicants should submit an email to Kelli Herzog: kherzog@ghlaw-llp.com. Please do not attached a resume, but, instead, cut and paste your resume into the body of your email.

Employer Name:
Grotefeld Hoffman

Employer City / Location:
Larkspur, CA

Immigration Secretary (Legal Secretary) for the Office of the Alameda County Public Defender
Posted January 20, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
IMMIGRATION SECRETARY (LEGAL SECRETARY)

Job Description:
The Immigration Representation Unit of the Office of the Alameda County Public Defender is seeking to hire a full-time Immigration Secretary to provide support to Public Defender Immigration Removal Defense Attorneys.

Under general supervision, provide administrative support by performing a wide variety of secretarial and clerical duties; and perform other related duties as required, including a variety of legal secretarial duties.

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES

This classification is dedicated entirely to administrative and legal support of the Immigration Defense Attorneys or Attorneys of the Office of the Alameda County Public Defender.

The Immigration Secretary is responsible for scheduling attorneys’ calendars, composing correspondence of a general and confidential nature through oral directions, answering phone calls for the attorneys, and relaying accurate information to staff, court personnel, judges, witnesses, and clients.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES

Note: The following are duties performed by employees in this classification. However, employees may perform other related duties at an equivalent level. Each individual in the classification does not necessarily perform all duties listed.

1. Answer telephone, screen calls and receive clients; exercise judgment in providing information requested.

2. Screen, prioritize, and route mail received by immigration attorneys and upload necessary mail to office database system (JCATS).
3. Set up client files and index for quick reference; close completed cases, notify all concerned parties and prepare for storage.
4. Check legal documents for correctness and completeness; file legal documents with court clerks and serve opposing counsel (usually the Department of Homeland Security) by mail, courier, or in-person delivery.
1401 Lakeside Drive, Suite 400, Oakland, CA 94612 | 510.272.6600 | Office of the Alameda County Public Defender
5. Send necessary copies of pleadings by mail to clients and other persons involved, and keep clients informed of upcoming interviews, fingerprint appointments, attorney meetings, and court appearances.
6. Schedule attorneys’ calendars for meetings, conferences, speaking engagements, court hearings, document deadlines, and interviews with immigration officers.
7. Compose routine correspondence regarding the status of a particular case or action.
8. Communicate with clients to obtain specific information identified by attorney.
9. Prepare documents to be submitted to the Immigration Court in compliance with the Immigration Court Practice Manual, including tabbing, indexing exhibits, pagination, hole punching, and copying.
10. File documents with local immigration courts, or arrange for delivery of documents, where applicable, by special couriers, including UPS, Federal Express or other mail carrier used by the office to ensure certain and timely deliveries of significant documents.
11. Complete requests for contract services, communicate with vendors to arrange services, and assist vendors in securing compensation for services.
12. Request and obtain copies of police records, conviction records, FBI Rap Sheets, and other documents related to a client’s full criminal history.
13. Gather letters of support and other necessary documentation from clients, family members, and community members in timely manner.
14. Prepare and submit other records requests as needed, including Freedom of Information Act Requests with immigration agencies, medical records, school records, prior attorney files, etc.
15. Assemble and submit attorney reimbursement requests.
16. Fill out immigration forms.
17. Scan documents as needed for electronic record keeping and upload documents as needed to JCATs.
18. Translate documents from Spanish to English for use immigration proceedings. Assist with interpretation when necessary.
19. Communicate professionally with jails and immigration detention centers regarding various needs of detained clients, including arranging attorney calls and in-person visits with detained clients.
20. Keep updated records of client contact information and timely submit Change of Address Forms to the Immigration Court and USCIS as needed.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

EXPERIENCE:

EITHER I
The equivalent of two years of full-time experience in the class of Specialist Clerk II or an equivalent or higher classification, working with legal documents and supporting a team of managers in the Alameda County classified service.

OR II
The equivalent of three years of full-time experience in the class of Specialist I, or an equivalent or higher-level clerical classification, working with legal documents and supporting a team of managers in the Alameda County classified service.

OR III
The equivalent of two years of full-time experience performing complex or responsible legal, clerical or administrative, supporting work in a legal environment.

Substitution:
The equivalent of an associate degree from an accredited college or university may be substituted for six months of the required experience in either pattern I, II, or III.
The equivalent of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university may be substituted for one year of the required experience in either pattern I, II, or III.

Special Requirement:
• Must be fluent in speaking, reading, and writing Spanish.
• Must be able to type into a word processor at a minimum of 50 words per minute from clear copy.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Experience as a paralegal, administrative assistant, or legal secretary in a public defender office, law firm, court, or legal non-profit.
• Experience working in an immigration-law related environment KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Knowledge of:
• Modern office practice and procedures, including business correspondence, record keeping systems, and standard office equipment operations.
• Business English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary and punctuation.
• Business letter writing and proper format for typed materials
• Proper telephone etiquette and procedures
• Ability to comply with confidentiality requirements
• Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel
• Applicable practice terminology, statutes and court rules

Ability to:
• Identify and correct Basic English usage errors in documents
• Prepare legal documents from general instructions
• Organize and maintain legal files and records
• Plan and organize
• Make decisions and use good judgment
• Analyze and problem solve
• Work independently in the absence of specific instructions
• Demonstrate interpersonal sensitivity
• Communicate effectively orally and in writing
• Compose correspondence independently.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and the
general public.
• Organize and prioritize workload; complete work under time deadlines.

Compensation:
Competitive based on experience.

Employer Contact:
Send cover letter, resume, and 2-3 references to: raha.jorjani@acgov.org .
Submit applications by January 12 but applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Employer Name:
Alameda County Public Defender

Employer City / Location:
Alameda

Employer Website:
Office of the Alameda County Public Defender

Company Description:
The Alameda County Public Defender's Office provides the highest quality of indigent criminal defense by vigorously advocating for the rights of individuals facing criminal charges in adult and juvenile court. We have successfully accomplished this through the dedication and hard work of our staff.

Corporate Paralegal for Asana
Posted January 4, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Corporate Paralegal

Job Description:
Our legal team works cross-functionally to help achieve Asana’s mission of enabling the world’s teams to work together effortlessly. The Legal team is a collaborative group responsible for partnering with all teams throughout the organization to provide legal guidance enabling Asanas to achieve their goals in service to our mission. We run ideas past each other, problem-solve together, and partner with other groups to navigate through challenging issues.

Specifically, we’re looking for an experienced Corporate Paralegal to support our Corporate Legal team. Based out of San Francisco, this role will report to an experienced attorney within Corporate Legal and requires someone with experience supporting public company governance and reporting and strong project management skills. This is a great opportunity to join a mission-driven company and offers exposure to a wide variety of issues and a chance to help build and refine processes as we grow as an organization.

What You’ll Achieve
- Be a vital part of the Corporate Legal team in its management of Asana’s worldwide subsidiaries and parent company governance
- Lead state filings and maintenance for global subsidiaries, including managing and updating entity management platform, managing document drafting and review workflows, and managing the execution of documents needed to maintain Asana’s subsidiaries
- Assist the Corporate Legal team by project managing multiple workstreams as we create and scale processes and procedures needed as a fast-growing public company
- Assist with global expansion and entity formation and liaising with Asana’s local counsel in multiple jurisdictions on an ongoing basis
- Support securities law compliance and SEC reporting for Asana’s public company filings, including maintaining backup records, supporting attorneys on filings, and assisting with insider trading program compliance
- Assist with strategic corporate transactions, including due diligence, document preparation, closing mechanics, and post-closing integration, as applicable
- Drive the maintenance of Asana’s corporate and related records
- Partner with the Board Administrator on parent company board support, as needed
- Pitch in on other special projects as needed - flexibility and a willingness to contribute in both small and big ways is important

About You
- Bachelor’s degree or paralegal certification
- Three to five years of corporate paralegal experience, in-house experience at a public company preferred
- Team player with an enthusiasm to help others do great things, fast
- Experience with complex project management, ideally including using project management software
- Adept at technical tools, including G-Suite and document sharing and e-signing tools.
- Experience with Workiva/W-Desk is a plus
- Fearlessness and curiosity when learning about new tools or creating new processes
- Meticulous attention to detail and passionate about bringing order to workstreams
- Great communicator that is comfortable liaising with multiple teams to solve problems and promptly answer questions
- Track record of taking initiative, working well across an organization, having the ability to work autonomously, and handling multiple projects with competing deadlines
- Collaborative, responsive, and flexible in a fast-paced environment

Compensation:
Full time, salaried role with benefits including unlimited PTO, medical/dental/vision, and participation in the our 401k Plan and ESPP Plan

Employer Contact:
Apply directly at Asana job listing

Employer Name:
Asana

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, CA

Employer Website:
Asana

Company Description:
Asana helps teams orchestrate their work, from small projects to strategic initiatives. Millions of teams around the world rely on Asana to achieve their most important goals, faster. Asana has been named a Top 10 Best Workplace for 5 years in a row, is Fortune's #1 Best Workplace in the Bay Area, and one of Glassdoor’s and Inc.’s Best Places to Work. After spending more than a year physically distanced, Team Asana is safely and mindfully returning to in-person collaboration, incorporating flexibility that adds hybrid elements to our office-centric culture. With 11+ offices all over the world, we are always looking for individuals who care about building technology that drives positive change in the world and a culture where everyone feels that they belong.

Legal Advocate or Paralegal for Centro Legal de la Raza
Posted January 4, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Legal Advocate or Paralegal

Job Description:
Centro Legal’s immigrants’ rights practice is focused on serving the needs of our most vulnerable community members, including families living in poverty, unaccompanied minors, victims of violent crimes, survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and detained individuals in removal proceedings. We offer comprehensive, full-service direct representation to our clients before the immigration courts, USCIS, and federal courts, as well as provide legal rights education and client intake through our various immigration clinics. We specialize in detained and non-detained removal defense with a heavy emphasis on asylum and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS), family-based visa petitions, U visas for victims of violent crime, and naturalization.

The immigrants’ rights legal advocate will provide direct support to our immigrants’ rights team. Duties will include:

• Assist immigration attorneys in all aspects of immigration legal representation for qualified individuals;
• Respond to calls, emails, and letters as needed;
• Manage and coordinate databases, case files, attorneys’ correspondence files, etc;
• Provide Spanish-English interpretation in all aspects of immigration legal
representation;
• Translate letters and other documents;
• Prepare USCIS and state court forms and other legal filings for attorney review;
• File legal documents in various courts and agencies in the East Bay and San Francisco (including in-person filing provided it is safe to do so);
• Write letters to companies, institutions, and government agencies to assist the client in obtaining police reports, court records, medical records, and school records; and
• Perform other special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications
First and foremost, the applicant must profoundly share Centro Legal’s mission and vision of racial, economic, and social justice. Qualifications include:

• A Bachelor’s degree, or associate’s degree combined with relevant experience, is required; • Fluency in Spanish is required;
• Excellent word-processing and computer skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel;
• Must be well organized, efficient, highly motivated, able to handle multiple tasks at once, work well under pressure, and take initiative;
• Must have outstanding written, verbal and interpersonal skills, superb attention to detail, and excellent phone manner;
• Ability to work independently as well as within a team;
• Willingness to conduct training and outreach activities in the community.;
• Experience working with low-income, immigrant, and monolingual Spanish-speaking
communities; and
• Strong commitment to serving low-income and underserved communities, with an ability to
relate to and communicate with a broad range of clients and colleagues.

• Additional desired qualifications:

  o Experience in immigration law, and removal defense specifically
  o Experience completing USCIS and judicial council forms

Compensation:
Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience ranging from $24.13 - $29.59. We provide a generous benefits package, including life insurance, LTD, leave policies, vacation, and December holiday office closure at full pay.

Employer Contact:
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should apply without delay. To apply, send a brief cover letter, resume, and list of three professional references by email to jobs@centrolegal.org, with the subject line, “Immigrants’ Rights Advocate/Paralegal.”

Employer Name:
Centro Legal de la Raza

Employer City / Location:
Oakland, California

Employer Website:
Centro Legal de la Raza

Company Description:
Founded in 1969 and headquartered in Oakland, California, Centro Legal de la Raza (Centro Legal) is a comprehensive legal services and advocacy organization protecting and advancing the rights of immigrant, low-income, and Latino communities through bilingual representation, education, and advocacy. We combine quality legal services with know-your-rights education, affirmative litigation, and youth development, ensuring access to justice for thousands of individuals and families each year throughout Northern and Central California.

Centro Legal’s mission includes advancing social, economic and racial justice. We are committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of equity, diversity and inclusion within and ensuring a workplace where all staff can flourish and grow professionally and well beyond. Our staff are the most important part of our ability to achieve our mission. The collective sum of the individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, inventiveness, innovation, self-expression, unique capabilities and talent that
our employees invest in their work represents a significant part of not only our culture, but our reputation, sustainability and our organization’s success.

Centro Legal de la Raza is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, sex, pregnancy), gender, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, medical condition including genetic characteristics, mental or physical disability, military or veteran status, marital status, family responsibilities, caregiver status, sexual orientation, gender identity (including transgender status), gender expression, weight, height, linguistic characteristics (such as accent and limited English proficiency where not substantially job-related), citizenship status, status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, HIV/AIDs status, or any other basis prohibited by law. Centro Legal also prohibits discrimination based on a perception that an individual has any of the characteristics of the protected classes listed above, and further prohibits discrimination against an individual who is associated with a person who has, or is perceived to have, any of those characteristics.

Real Estate Paralegal for Allen Matkins
Posted Jauary 4, 2022

Job Type:
Full Time

Job Title:
Real Estate Paralegal

Job Description:
Allen Matkins is a premier California law firm, with more than 200 attorneys and legal professionals practicing in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego. We pride ourselves on our team, our focus on creating a well-run business and our exceptional relationships with clients. We are incredibly proud of what we've built and look forward to welcoming new people who are similarly passionate and excited about what they do.

The Real Estate Paralegal will provide support to the Real Estate group in the San Francisco office. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Title, Survey and Zoning
• Review title exception documents, identify issues, and discuss issues with assigned attorney.
• Request and negotiate pro forma title insurance policies – both lender and owner policies including, if applicable, UCC policies for mezzanine loans.
• Prepare estoppel certificates and SNDAs.
• Review surveys.
• Request and finalize revisions to surveys with surveyors.
• Order and review zoning reports. Request and coordinate revisions / correction with zoning consultant.
• Coordinate preparation of settlement statements with title companies and clients.

Organizational Documents
• Review organizational documents.
• Order and review certified organizational documents and good standing certificates.
• Prepare and/or review consents and resolutions.
• Obtain EIN for newly formed entities.
• Assemble and circulate organizational documents.
• File organizational documents with secretaries of state, including qualifications to do business.
• Coordinate with search companies regarding independent directors, agents for service of process, etc.
• File and register entities in various states and prepare organizational documents.

Loans and Purchase and Sale Transactions
• Prepare first drafts of loan / loan assumption documents.
• Review documents for blanks / missing information, missing Exhibits, etc.
• Obtain missing information from clients.
• Order and review judgment and lien searches.
• Complete documents and assemble Exhibits for closing.
• Finalize documents for recording.

Closing and Post-Closing
• Prepare signature page documents.
• Coordinate and supervise signing parties when clients come to our office to sign documents.
• Assemble documents.
• Coordinate with title companies.
• File UCC1 financing statements, amendments, assignments, terminations and coordination of filings.
• Follow up with title companies with respect to recorded documents and title policies.
• Prepare closing binders.

Miscellaneous Due Diligence and Other
• Update closing checklists.
• Participate in checklist calls.
• Obtain LEI in connection with rate caps / swaps.
• Download loan documents and other due diligence from client websites.

Land Use – Preferred, but not essential
• Obtain and analyze local land use regulations applicable to property.
• Confer with local agency staff when appropriate.
• Provide initial drafts of due diligence memoranda sections.
• Assist with preparing and submitting project applications and related submissions to local agency.
• Review City Staff correspondence and staff reports and communications from third parties.
• Review and analyze local agency’s draft planning, zoning, and CEQA documents.
• Review communications and documents from other agencies.

Qualifications:
Allen Matkins has a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all personnel. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required as a condition of employment consistent with the Firm’s policies.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed herein are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Must demonstrate good judgment and ability to maintain confidential information. Must be able to multi-task and prioritize while working with minimum supervision. Must be very organized and detail oriented. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to effectively communicate with all levels of firm personnel.

The candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office and Windows applications. 

Other Duties
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Education and/or Experience:
Three (3) or more years of paralegal experience required, including substantial experience working in commercial real estate and/or commercial real estate lending. Must satisfy at least one of the California statutory paralegal classification requirements. Bachelor's degree preferred.

Allen Matkins LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

EEO Statement
Allen Matkins is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, veteran status, all other characteristics prohibited by law, or gender identity and/or expression.

California Consumer Privacy Act
We will collect the personal information you provide in connection with this application as well as information included with any other document(s) you provide us. We may use this information to evaluate your application and consider you for employment with Allen Matkins. We may share this information with third parties for any of the following purposes: (i) to confirm the accuracy of the information provided; (ii) to conduct a background check; (iii) to confirm or evaluate potential conflicts of interest; and/or (iv) to check references. If you accept an offer with Allen Matkins, we may use this information to provide you with the benefits of your employment. Our employees' personal information is governed by our Privacy Policy

Compensation:
$90-130K

Employer Contact:
Olivia Schikora at oschikora@allenmatkins.com

Employer Name:
Allen Matkins

Employer City / Location:
San Francisco, CA

Employer Website:
Allen Matkins