Trustpoint.One is seeking an experienced Litigation Paralegal for a long-term, full-time, contract engagement with a national corporation's San Francisco location. This is an exceptional opportunity to gain experience in the local legal community with the option to work mostly remotely (there may be an occasional need to report to the office).
- Assist in the evaluation, development and litigation of cases and other legal matters by preparing various draft legal documents while assisting attorneys in the preparation of court cases, administrative hearings, and court actions involving the Department;
- Review records, analyze evidence and identify the factual and legal issues;
- Write narrative statements of proceedings, while assisting in the preparation of correspondence, memoranda, legal briefs, complaints, and pleadings;
- Research, select, analyze and summarize pertinent facts from case reports, interpretative legal decisions, and analogous agency precedents used for litigation and legal advice to client agencies within the Department;
- Utilize legal principles and guidance contained in legislative history, precedents, rules, and regulations;
- Participate in discussions, meetings and conferences with representatives of the Department and other offices;
- Conduct studies and prepare statistical reports on the conduct of various aspects of litigation;
- Organize, index, and maintain litigation and program files;
- Track cases with regard to court deadlines and other timeliness; and
- Conduct limited legal research such as checking online court records and locating court decisions.
Other Job Requirements for Paralegal
- Knowledge of paralegal methods, practices, and procedures.
- Ability to analyze issues and apply laws and regulations to facts presented.
- Typing and formatting correspondence and legal forms.
- Ability to effectively work in a high energy office.
- Proficient in operating a personal computer and in using various Word Processing Software such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Adobe Pro.
- Demonstrated financial experience in reviewing expenditures, ordering supplies, and preparing training and supply requisitions.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Familiarity with HHS processes and current guidance and policy, including HHS and federal security and data privacy protocol, FISMA and NIST standards.
- Excellent time management skills.
- Ability to plan, prioritize and organize workload.
- Attention to detail and problem-solving skills.
- Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task.
- Ability to keep information confidential.
- S. citizenship or five (5) years with green card and three (3) years of residency in the U.S. required.
Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by e-mailing resumes directly to: