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Trustpoint One
July 3, 2024
Richmond, Virginia
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Trustpoint One is pleased to partner with an international law firm in its search for an experienced litigation paralegal to support the firm’s Products & Mass Tort practice in its Richmond, VA office.  The successful paralegal will assist Attorneys and Practice Advisors in  preparing complex legal documents and performing mid-level legal research.

Litigation Paralegal Responsibilities:

-             Generate revenue by meeting billable hour and other timekeeping expectations set forth by the firm. Proactively secure billable work, which may require working across teams and offices.

-             Maintain current and accurate daily time log, inputting time records into firm's time and  accounting systems.

-             Follow the ethical requirements set forth by the Rules of Professional Conduct of the  State in which work is performed.

-             Identify appropriate laws, judicial decisions, legal articles, and other materials that are relevant to assigned cases, business transactions or regulatory matters.

-             Analyze and organize information, prepare written reports that lawyers use in determining how cases, business transactions, or regulatory matters should be handled.

-             Assist with preparation of legal documents in draft and final form; assist lawyers during trials, meetings with clients, closings, and regulatory hearings.

-             Compile data from reference materials such as virtual workrooms, digests, legal encyclopedias, regulations, legislative decisions, practice manuals, and materials produced in the discovery process.

-             Create and manage virtual workrooms and coordinate with client representatives regarding documentation to be maintained.

-             Conduct and respond to general inquiries and communicate with clients as appropriate.

-             Draft correspondence, memoranda to file, and basic documents related to substance of  a case or transaction for internal and external use.


-             Bachelor’s degree.  Paralegal certificate, National Association of Legal Assistants certification or specialty certificate provided by State preferred.

-             Minimum of three years of paralegal experience required.

-             Experience coordinating paralegal work or case clerks preferred.

-             Intermediate knowledge and application of Federal, State and Local Rules.

-             Knowledge of Microsoft Office and basic technological and research skills necessary to pull requested documents from online resources and familiarity with legal technology and computer databases required.

-             Ability to train other paralegals and work efficiently and accurately under pressure.

-             Ability to interact positively with colleagues, professional staff, and vendors.

-             Ability to work overtime or travel, as needed, on short notice.

All candidates must be able to work at a computer screen for a sustained amount of time.

Qualified Litigation Paralegals are encouraged to apply.




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