Legal Studies Experience On Your Resume
Some job postings listed through the Legal Studies program office encourage five or more years of experience in the legal field as a requisite for applying for the job opening. Do not let this prevent you from applying for the job. If you have any experience to share, including experience as a legal secretary or even as an intern, be sure to list your experience on your resume and apply for the job: Use your education and practical experience with the Legal Studies Office as a focus on your resume.
If you would like to have your resume reviewed prior to submitting it for a job position, please contact the Legal Studies office, 477-2205, or the Office of Career Development, 477-2163.
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*** CURRENT JOB POSTINGS October 1-31, 2020 ***
(updated: October 23, 2020)
Legal Assistant - Casarino Christman Shalk Ransom & Doss, P.A.
Keep cases organized and updated; maintain attorney calendar; meet deadlines; documents actions; input accurate and complete information into Time Matters and TABS; e-filing with JP Court, Chancery Court, and District Court; must be proficient and able to adapt quickly to new technology in all programs used by the Firm, such as Word, Outlook, Excel, Adobe and Olympus; must be able to interact with attorneys, co-worker’s and client’s in a professional and respectful manner; Must understand the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of office matters.
- Responsible for maintaining attorney calendar, advise of deadlines, urgent items and alerts.
- Review and respond to emails; save to Time Matters
- E-filings in Delaware
- Schedule depositions; confirm court reporters
- Prepares letters to the adjuster with mediation date and time as well as clocked answers, medical and billing records received; discovery responses received; obtains authorization to obtain plaintiff’s medical records
- Communicates with the adjuster, insureds, opposing counsel, deponents, and court personnel to resolve outstanding issues and facilitate correct handling of litigation
- Accurate use of suspense system
- Completes all document preparation; notices of deposition and outgoing discovery
- Uses checklist developed by the Firm.
- Prepares subpoenas; check request; outgoing payments saves to Time Matters
- Reviews all incoming motions, adds to attorneys’ calendar and suspense
- Prepares scanned mail; save into Time Matters; prepares excel spreadsheet for the attorney to review
- Opens and sorts new files; run conflict checks
- Maintains billable time sheets for attorney and attorney’s assistant
- Help with training for new employees as needed
- Phone coverage for receptionist
Contact: Jacki Emma, [email protected] or 302-594-4509.
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