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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 April 1-30, 2022 ***
(updated: April 26, 2022)

Plaintiff's Personal Injury and Worker's Compensation Firm

A growing and busy personal injury firm with offices throughout Delaware seeks a full-time paralegal in its Wilmington office.

The ideal candidate should possess strong interpersonal skills, be capable of prioritizing workload and be capable of working independently and with a team.

Paralegal Certificate Preferred.

Litigation experience desirable.

To apply, e-mail resume and cover letter addressed to:

Stephen T. Morrow, Esq.
1225 N. King Street, Suite 1200
Wilmington, DE 19801
[email protected]eslegal.com

Posted on Symplicity job board as job number 11892.

Paralegal - Wilmington, DE

Snyder & Associates, P.A. is looking to hire a part time paralegal. Our areas of law include personal injury, trusts and estates, business, real estate, and general practice.

Send resume via email to: Gabrielle Winter
[email protected]
3801 Kennett Pike
Building C, Suite 201
Wilmington, DE 19807

Paralegel - Jacobs & Crumplar, P.A.

Position Summary: Jacobs & Crumplar, P.A. is seeking a full-time Paralegal. The ideal candidates will have a bachelor degree and ideally 1 -5 years of experience in a legal support position. We will consider candidates without legal experience who are motivated and have a strong desire to learn. Qualified candidates will be experienced with document review and drafting, correspondence with clients and opposing law firms, case management and calendaring. Applicants must also possess strong organizational skills and ability to work independently or within a team. Candidate must have excellent writing, communication, and computer skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.

Essential Knowledge, Skills and Qualifications:

  • Manage file and documents.
  • Scheduling calendars, monitoring deadlines, communication with defense and court reporters.
  • Working knowledge of e-file.
  • Working independently yet collaboratively with Attorney.
  • Must be resourceful and possess excellent research skills.
  • Strong communication, organizational, and analytical skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • B.S. Degree or Paralegal Certification preferred.
  • Research and analysis of case issues, including medical research of facts, medical articles, and expert articles.
  • Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Adobe.
  • Perform additional duties as required.

Equal Opportunity Employer
Jacobs & Crumplar, P.A. offers a competitive base salary and comprehensive benefits package.
Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements for consideration.
Job Type: Full-time

*** CURRENT JOB POSTINGS March 1-31, 2022 ***
(updated: March 30, 2022)

DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE JOB OPENING

Opening Date: March 28, 2022
Closing Date: April 8, 2022

PARALEGAL (Legal Assistant) - Criminal Division, Felony Screening Unit/Homicide Unit New Castle County

Job Responsibilities and Duties:

This Legal Assistant will initially be assigned to the Felony Screening Unit, Criminal Division, in New Castle County but will eventually support the Homicide Unit in New Castle County. This Legal Assistant will provide general paralegal support to the Deputy Attorneys General and other personnel assigned to the Units. Primary responsibility is to provide legal support by reviewing and analyzing legal documents and drafting documents. Will maintain and review files, conduct intake interviews with police officers, prepare litigation documents, investigate case-related issues and facts, and coordinate research, investigative reports and case preparation for the Felony Screening Unit. This Legal Assistant will assist Deputy Attorneys General in their cases where they are investigating, prepping and trying the majority of all homicide cases in New Castle County. The Homicide Unit has a very voluminous case load. The Legal Assistant drafts subpoenas, requests records, obtains cell phone records, coordinates those items, contacts and coordinates witness interviews, obtains medical records, autopsy reports EMS reports, redacts statements, drafts discovery, inventories case items, researches and requests out of state conviction paperwork. The Legal Assistant may assist sitting in on interviews with witnesses, drafts motions and researches prior convictions for person prohibited status and for sentencing purposes, as needed. This Legal Assistant must be able to work accurately and independently with strict time frames with minimal direct guidance and supervision and must have excellent organizational skills.

Job Requirements:

This position is part of a career ladder series that incorporates Legal Assistant levels I, II and III.  Applicants must have education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the following areas:

  1. Three years of employment with the Department of Justice in a similar capacity.

OR

  1. Possession of an Associate’s degree or certificate in Paralegal Studies from an ABA or Department approved program.

OR

  1. A Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or a related field.

OR

  1. Three years’ experience in preparing and maintaining legal documents and case files.
  2. Three years’ experience in legal research such as researching statutes, regulations, case law and background information.
  3. Three years’ experience in interpreting laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies, and procedures.
  4. Two years’ experience in drafting legal documents and such as legal briefs or memoranda of law including presenting facts, setting out and analyzing legal issues and applying legal precedents.
  5. Two years’ experience in interviewing using structured or unstructured interview techniques to obtain facts, explore issues and identify courses of action.

Internal Delaware Department of Justice Applicants: Please submit an updated Resume or Summary of work experience to the Director of Human Resources.

External Applicants:  In order to be considered for this position, External applicants must submit résumé and the Delaware Department of Justice application (please see link): http://attorneygeneral.delaware.gov/executive/hr/job-application/

OR External applicants can e-mail a résumé and the Delaware Department of Justice application to [email protected] OR Fax to: 302-577-5866.  EOE.

Paralegal - Wilmington, DE

Jack Shrum, P.A. is a bankruptcy law firm currently seeking a full-time Paralegal for a position to be filled immediately in the Wilmington, DE area. 

This individual will be responsible for the following things:

  • Summarizing cases and preparing reports for attorneys
  • Conducting research, investigating facts, and developing legal arguments
  • Drafting legal documents such as contracts, depositions, and pleadings
  • Preparing and filing documents with courts
  • Organizing and archiving the documents related to completed and ongoing cases
  • Keeping track of changes in the legal framework and providing timely updates on these changes

You do not currently need to have a paralegal certificate; however, you will need to obtain one within the first three months of hire.

If you believe this job position suits you, please send in your cover letter and resume for review.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Wilmington, DE 19801: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Preferred)

Experience:

  • Microsoft Office: 1 year (Preferred)

Work Location: One location

Please send in your resumes AND a cover letter to [email protected].

The Fulfillment Associate, Document Management (FA)

Wolters Kluwer, CT Corporation serves large corporations, small businesses, and law firms specializing in incorporation and legal business compliance solutions and clearance and protection solutions for trademark and brand professionals.

The Fulfillment Associate, Document Management (FA) for Wolters Kluwer’s CT Corporation has primary responsibility for providing superior service by analyzing customers’ requests, ensuring compliance and accuracy, resolving or escalating issues, following requests through to completion, and communicating progress to customers and internal teams. The FA may support both Fulfillment and Service of Process (SOP) functions.

The FA fulfills initial filings and document requests (e.g., retrieval requests, incorporations, formations). FA activities include learning the complex and comprehensive CT product line and jurisdictional rules and regulations; fielding incoming questions timely; reviewing and fulfilling incoming requests timely; assisting process servers; contributing to customer satisfaction and organizational success; participating in process improvement initiatives; and representing Wolters Kluwer within the industry and territory. Wolters Kluwer offers competitive pay, day one benefits, generous PTO and a career opportunity. M-F, 2nd and 3rd shift schedule.

Responsibilities:

  • Process State or customer documents following established Standard Operating Procedures utilizing proprietary and Microsoft suite applications
  • Understand and follow security guidelines
  • Create process documentation
  • Assist in issue resolution with internal and external customers
  • Work with team members to assist in the training and implementation of process and policy changes
  • Assist customers, team members and/or vendors with training on products, jurisdictional requirements using a consultative approach.
  • Analyze data and recommend process improvements and reporting
  • Assist in special project work as assigned

Qualifications:

  • A minimum of two years of customer service or related work experience
  • High school diploma or equivalent certification. Some college preferred
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills along with the ability to manage and prioritize demands from multiple sources, external and internal
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite applications including Word, Excel and Outlook along with excellent data entry skills
  • Ability to multitask and demonstrate ability to problem solve
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, time management and problem-solving skills with the ability to work in a fast-paced, high-energy environment
  • Ability to work overtime as needed
  • Ability to work onsite in our Wilmington, DE office

Potential candidates can submit their applications using the link below:

Fulfillment Associate - Document Management - R0023043

Paralegal position

Heckscher, Teillon, Terrill & Sager, a boutique trusts and estates law firm with 21 attorneys and 7 paralegals located 20 minutes from Center City Philadelphia in West Conshohocken, seeks a full-time trusts and estates paralegal.

Qualified Candidate Requirements:

  • While we prefer at least 3 years trusts and estates experience we are willing to train the right individual.
  • Experienced paralegals should have knowledge of administration of complex estates and trusts, and preparation of Federal and State tax death tax and income tax returns (706, PA REV-1500, 1041, PA-41).
  • 4-year degree or paralegal certificate, or equivalent experience.
  • Excellent communication, writing and organizational skills. Able to prioritize, multi-task, and work well with clients. Exceptional attention to detail.
  • Experience with tax preparation software (knowledge of One Source and/or ProSystems Fx Tax a plus).
  • Demonstrated MS Office 2010 (Word, Excel, Outlook) experience required.

Position offers competitive salary and generous benefits. Collegial work environment. Qualified candidates may email cover letter, resume, salary requirements and references in confidence.

Anne L. Paisley
[email protected]
Heckscher, Teillon, Terrill & Sager, P.C. (West Conshohocken, PA)
Chief Operating Officer
Fax: 610-940-6042
1001 Conshohocken State Road, Suite 1-300
West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19428
United States

Insurance Defense Paralegal

Reilly, McDevitt & Henrich is seeking a Paralegal for our Wilmington, DE office to work in an active litigation practice with a collegial environment and opportunity for professional growth and advancement. We handle a variety of matters including but not limited to premises liability, professional liability, human services, and employment litigation. The candidate should be familiar with analyzing and summarizing medical records and depositions, preparing exhibits for deposition and trial, and drafting basic pleadings, discovery, and motions. The ideal candidate has excellent written and oral communication, file organization, and interpersonal skills with knowledge in litigation software programs. The full time position offers benefits including: 401(k), health insurance, dental and vision insurance, paid time off and disability insurance.

Salary: $40,000-49,000
Contact: Joe Gorman
[email protected]

Joe Gorman
Office Manager
Reilly, McDevitt & Henrich, P.C.
The Widener Building
One South Penn Square
Philadelphia, PA 19107
p: 215.972.5200 | f: 215.972-0405
c: 215-801-0873

Job location:
1013 Centre Road, Suite 210
Wilmington, DE 19805
(302) 777-1700
Fax – (302) 777-1705

Deadline to apply: 5/1/22

Delaware Department of Justice Paralegal - Criminal Division, Special Victims Unit

DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
JOB OPENING
Opening Date: March 7, 2022
Closing Date: Until Filled
PARALEGAL (Legal Assistant) Criminal Division, Special Victims Unit Sussex County

Job Responsibilities and Duties:

This Legal Assistant will provide general paralegal support to Deputy Attorneys General in the Special Victims Unit, Criminal Division, in Sussex County.  This Legal Assistant’s duties include researching, preparing, and processing legal documents for the Deputy Attorneys General and responsible for various paralegal duties in preparation of cases for trial.  This Legal Assistant prepares and coordinates the issuance of subpoenas; organizes files for prosecution, redacts video and audio taped statements for court, reviews cases to identify witnesses and potential evidentiary needs at trial.  This Legal Assistant will also assist the prosecutors in the creation of various visual aids that may be needed for court presentation. This Legal Assistant will also represent the Sex Crimes Unit at monthly CAC meetings; prepare and coordinate the monthly CAC and Intake schedule for the Deputy Attorneys General, and on occasion will perform intakes for the Deputies.  Also, on occasion, if there is overflow of work duties, this Legal Assistant may be assigned to provide paralegal support on some homicide cases.  This Legal Assistant must demonstrate good organizational and computer skills and be able to work accurately and independently within strict time frames with a minimum of direct guidance and supervision.                                                   

Job Requirements:

This position is part of a career ladder series that incorporates Legal Assistant levels I, II and III.  Applicants must have education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the following areas:

  1. Three years of employment with the Department of Justice in a similar capacity.

OR

  1. Possession of an Associate’s degree or certificate in Paralegal Studies from an ABA or Department approved program.

OR

  1. A Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or a related field.

OR

  1. Three years’ experience in preparing and maintaining legal documents and case files.
  2. Three years’ experience in legal research such as researching statutes, regulations, case law and background information.
  3. Three years’ experience in interpreting laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies, and procedures.
  4. Two years’ experience in drafting legal documents and such as legal briefs or memoranda of law including presenting facts, setting out and analyzing legal issues and applying legal precedents.
  5. Two years’ experience in interviewing using structured or unstructured interview techniques to obtain facts, explore issues and identify courses of action.

Internal Delaware Department of Justice Applicants: Please submit an updated Resume or Summary of work experience to the Director of Human Resources.

External Applicants:  In order to be considered for this position, External applicants must submit résumé and the Delaware Department of Justice application (please see link): http://attorneygeneral.delaware.gov/executive/hr/job-application/

OR External applicants can e-mail a résumé and the Delaware Department of Justice application to [email protected] OR Fax to: 302-577-5866.  EOE.

Delaware Department of Justice Paralegal - Criminal Division, Felony Screening Unit

DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE JOB OPENING
Opening Date:  March 2, 2022
Closing Date:  Open Until Filled
PARALEGAL (Legal Assistant)
Criminal Division, Felony Screening Unit, Sussex County

Job Responsibilities and Duties:

This Legal Assistant position provides legal paralegal support to Deputy Attorneys General assigned to the Criminal Division and will report directly to the Felony Screening Unit in Sussex County.  The general duties include, but are not limited, to conducting intake interviews with police officers, collecting evidence and other materials for felony cases, and preparing and processing legal documents such as informations and subpoenas.  Responsibilities may also include providing support to the Felony Screening Unit DAG and attending court events (such as preliminary hearings) to assist the DAG.  The successful candidate must be capable of working independently in a high-paced work environment.

Job Requirements:

This position is part of a career ladder series that incorporates Legal Assistant levels I, II and III.  Applicants must have education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the following areas:

  1. Three years of employment with the Department of Justice in a similar capacity.

OR

  1. Possession of an Associate’s degree or certificate in Paralegal Studies from an ABA or Department approved program.

OR

  1. A Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or a related field.

OR

  1. Three years’ experience in preparing and maintaining legal documents and case files.
  2. Three years’ experience in legal research such as researching statutes, regulations, case law and background information.
  3. Three years’ experience in interpreting laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies, and procedures.
  4. Two years’ experience in drafting legal documents and such as legal briefs or memoranda of law including presenting facts, setting out and analyzing legal issues and applying legal precedents.
  5. Two years’ experience in interviewing using structured or unstructured interview techniques to obtain facts, explore issues and identify courses of action.

Internal Delaware Department of Justice Applicants: Please submit an updated Resume or Summary of work experience to the Director of Human Resources.

External Applicants:  In order to be considered for this position, External applicants must submit résumé and the Delaware Department of Justice application (please see link): http://attorneygeneral.delaware.gov/executive/hr/job-application/

OR External applicants can e-mail a résumé and the Delaware Department of Justice application to [email protected] OR Fax to: 302-577-5866.  EOE.

Part Time Legal Assistant

Qualifications: College degree or paralegal certificate preferred; impeccable organizational skills; effective written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills; ability to handle confidential information with discretion; strong organizational skills to manage multiple tasks.

Job Description:

  • Act as client liaison and communicate with clients, experts, Court personnel, medical offices, and opposing counsel and staff.
  • Screen, triage, and handle incoming calls
  • Scan and file documents in both digital and physical form
  • Manage the closing and storage of old case files
  • Detailed management of attorney calendars, including scheduling appointments, meetings, depositions, and court appearances.
  • Maintain and organize files, including organizing data such as medical records and bills.
  • Obtain case-related documents and information through various sources .

Contact:
Send Resumes to:
Susan Lindvall
[email protected]

DALTON AND ASSOCIATES
1106 WEST lOTH STREET
WILMINGTON, DE 19806

Corporate Affairs Analyst

Location: Remote within commutable distance to Middletown, DE

General Description

This position provides support to the Corporate Governance Team on matters relating to compliance, corporate governance, corporate affairs and other corporate and business activities.

For more information, visit the job listing.

*** CURRENT JOB POSTINGS February 1-27, 2022 ***
(updated: February 25, 2022)

Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania

Job Announcement
Helpline Paralegal/Administrative Support Staff –
Norristown (Montgomery County), PA (ZRAW12222021)

Summary

Legal Aid of Southeastern PA (“LASP”) seeks a full-time Paralegal/Administrative Support person for the Centralized Telephone Intake Helpline. LASP serves low-income individuals from Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties facing issues regarding housing, including landlord/tenant law and foreclosure, family law, protection from domestic violence, consumer, employment and public benefits. The Helpline is located in Norristown, but handles new client intake, advice and referrals from the four counties in LASP’s service area and beyond. The Paralegal/Administrative Support person must be a team player, willing to handle a multitude of duties as needed, and must possess the ability to analyze facts and legal issues quickly, provide sound legal advice under supervision of a licensed attorney, determine which cases should be referred for extended services, and communicate effectively with clients and prospective clients. The position also carries administrative responsibilities requiring strong Microsoft Word and Excel skills and experience with case management systems or an ability to quickly learn these and other computer skills. The Paralegal/Administrative support person may be asked to report in person to LASP’s Norristown office or to work both remotely and in-person in Norristown, depending on the status of the pandemic. The salary will be commensurate with experience and LASP’s personnel policy. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required, and COVID protocols are in place.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  1. Perform clerical duties to assist other Helpline advocates such as providing information to callers, taking dictation, composing and typing routine correspondence, copying and scanning, picking up, sorting and routing incoming mail and preparing outgoing mail;
  2. Maintain files of correspondence and legal documents in office filing system;
  3. Retrieve files for audits and other purposes;
  4. Under supervision of an attorney, triage calls, evaluate the merit of cases, explain legal concepts to clients, and prepare correspondence and documents to assist in the representation of clients; 
  5. Interview applicants and clients by phone to determine eligibility, issue spot, ascertain and investigate relevant facts, and conduct research;
  6. Create and maintain case files in LASP’s computer case management system, complete administrative tasks including, but not limited to, entering notes and time into the system;
  7. Manage a caseload by taking prompt action on assigned cases;
  8. Organize information and use technical resources so that information necessary to assist applicants and clients is easy to access and can be transferred to other staff for extended representation;
  9. Participate in LASP team efforts to achieve office and program goals, including program-wide affinity groups and task forces;
  10. Develop knowledge of relevant law and community referral resources through training, CLE, and other educational opportunities;
  11. Ensure that requirements of grants and contracts which provide funding for LASP are met and assist with grant reports as needed;
  12. Abide by all professional and ethical standards of excellence; and
  13. Perform other duties as assigned or necessary for the effective operation of the office.

SUPERVISOR: Helpline Supervising Attorney or other supervisor as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: Associates or bachelor’s degree.  At least 2 years’ experience as a paralegal or related experience and/or training. Demonstrated proficiency in computer technology, including Microsoft products (particularly Word, Outlook and Excel), record and timekeeping software, and routine database activity.  Excellent communication, time management and organization skills needed.  Spanish language fluency is desirable.

LASP is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate in the recruitment, selection, or advancement of employees on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability, genetic information or on any other basis prohibited by law.

TO APPLY:  Send resume and cover letter including the job title (Helpline Paralegal/Administrative Support Staff (ZRAW12222021)) to Kesha James, Deputy Director for Advocacy at Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania by email to [email protected].  Position will remain open until filled.

DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE JOB OPENING

Opening Date: February 11, 2022
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
***Initial Application Review Date: February 25, 2022***

PARALEGAL (Legal Assistant)
Fraud and Consumer Protection Division
Office of Impact Litigation, Tobacco Litigation & Enforcement
New Castle County

The Delaware Department of Justice seeks a Paralegal (Legal Assistant) for the tobacco litigation and enforcement section in the Fraud Division’s Office of Impact Litigation in New Castle County. This paralegal will report to the Director of Impact Litigation and be primarily assigned to assist DOJ’s Tobacco Counsel in enforcing and litigating all aspects related to the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (“MSA”), as well as state and federal statutes and policies regulating tobacco products.  This paralegal may also be expected to provide civil litigation paralegal support for the Office of Impact Litigation, including electronic filing of pleadings, briefs and other documents, in both state and federal courts, preparing and maintaining electronic litigation case files, and drafting certain litigation documents and pleadings, and to perform other duties as assigned.

The core function of the MSA is to reduce the incidence of youth consumption of tobacco products.  The successful paralegal candidate will have a strong interest in and commitment to combatting the health hazards associated with the use of traditional tobacco and electronic cigarette products.

Responsibilities will include assisting Tobacco Counsel in enforcing the provisions of 29 Del. C. § chs. 60(C)-(D) as applied to Tobacco Product Manufacturers; maintaining the DOJ’s directory of approved manufacturers and brands; tracking retail sales and escrow deposits; ensuring compliance with past settlements; supporting prosecutions under Delaware’s Contraband Cigarette Possession Statute; preparing discovery responses and document productions; responding to written and telephonic inquiries; supporting regulatory enforcement of e-cigarette matters; and establishing and maintaining a positive rapport with counterparts in the tobacco units of other state attorney general offices, partner agencies within Delaware, and other stakeholder agencies.

The ideal candidate will have experience in civil litigation support, including e-discovery, strong written and communication skills, attention to detail, and general proficiency with Microsoft Office 365.  Strong candidates will also have a working knowledge of File & ServeXpress, PACER, CM/ECF, Westlaw, Adobe Acrobat Professional, and Relativity (or another document review platform).

Job Requirements:

This position is part of a career ladder series that incorporates Legal Assistant levels I, II and III. Applicants must have education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the following areas:

  1. Three years of employment with the Department of Justice in a similar capacity.

OR

  1. Possession of an Associate’s degree or certificate in Paralegal Studies from an ABA or Department approved program.

OR

  1. A Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or a related field.

OR

  1. Three years’ experience in preparing and maintaining legal documents and case files.
  2. Three years’ experience in legal research such as researching statutes, regulations, case law and background information.
  3. Three years’ experience in interpreting laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies, and procedures.
  4. Two years’ experience in drafting legal documents and such as legal briefs or memoranda of law including presenting facts, setting out and analyzing legal issues and applying legal precedents.
  5. Two years’ experience in interviewing using structured or unstructured interview techniques to obtain facts, explore issues and identify courses of action.

Please Note:  As a condition of employment, all employees must certify that they are fully COVID-19 vaccinated by September 30, 2021; or be required to test for COVID-19 on a weekly basis starting on September 30, 2021.  If hired after September 23, 2021, these certifications or requests must be completed during their initial week of employment.  This will be in effect until further notice.

Internal Delaware Department of Justice Applicants: Please submit an updated Resume or Summary of work experience to the Director of Human Resources.

External Applicants:  In order to be considered for this position, External applicants must submit résumé and the Delaware Department of Justice application (please see link): http://attorneygeneral.delaware.gov/executive/hr/job-application/

OR External applicants can e-mail a résumé and the Delaware Department of Justice application to [email protected] OR Fax to: 302-577-5866.  EOE.

Interviews may be conducted via Zoom or similar video platform.

Litigation Paralegal - Delaware

The law offices of Reger Rizzo & Darnall, LLP, Delaware location, has an immediate job opening for a Litigation Paralegal.

The job is mainly in personal injury defense involving the collection and review and summary of incoming discovery, issuing discovery, issuing Subpoenas, following up on issued discovery, client contact to answer discovery, preparation of trial notebooks, review and summary of deposition transcripts, and e-filing related discovery pleadings.  

Please contact Lauren Schropp ( [email protected]) to submit your resume.

DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

JOB OPENING

This is a Casual/Seasonal position (in order to be in compliance with the Delaware code and provisions of The Affordable Care Act; work hours are to be less than 30 hours per week, or less than 130 hours per month, on average over the course of a fiscal year; July 1 to June 30). This is a position without healthcare benefits.  Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Opening Date: October 22, 2022

Closing Date: Until Filled

CASUAL/SEASONAL PARALEGAL

Special Victims Unit (Sex Crimes), Criminal Division, Sussex County

Job Responsibilities and Duties:

This Paralegal will provide general paralegal support to Deputy Attorneys General in the Special Victims Unit (Sex Crimes), Criminal Division, in Sussex County.  This Paralegal’s duties include researching, preparing and processing legal documents for the Deputy Attorneys General and responsible for various paralegal duties in preparation of cases for trial.  This Paralegal will serve at the DNA liaison and track the status of DNA requests pending with the Division of Forensic Science.  This Paralegal prepares and coordinates the issuance of subpoenas; organizes files for sexual assault prosecution, redacts video and audio taped statements for court, reviews cases to identify witnesses and potential evidentiary needs at trial. This Paralegal must demonstrate good organizational and computer skills and be able to work accurately and independently within strict time frames with a minimum of direct guidance and supervision.

Minimum Qualifications:

Five (5) years of employment with the Department of Justice in a similar capacity OR

An Associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies in an ABA or Department-approved program, OR

A paralegal certificate in an ABA-approved or Department-approved program, OR

A Bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies, OR

A Bachelor’s degree AND one year of law school.

Please Note: As a condition of employment, all employees must certify that they are fully COVID-19 vaccinated by September 30, 2021; or be required to test for COVID-19 on a weekly basis starting on September 30, 2021.  If hired after September 23, 2021, these certifications or requests must be completed during their initial week of employment.  This will be in effect until further notice.

Internal Delaware Department of Justice Applicants: Please submit an updated Resume or summary of work experience to the Director of Human Resources.

External Applicants:  In order to be considered for this position, External applicants must submit Resume and the Delaware Department of Justice Application (please see link): http://attorneygeneral.delaware.gov/executive/hr/job-application/

OR External applicants can mail Resume and the Delaware Department of Justice Application to: Delaware Department of Justice, Human Resources, 820 N. French Street, 6th Floor, Wilmington, DE  19801, OR E-mail to:  [email protected] OR Fax to:  302-577-5866.  EOE.

*** CURRENT JOB POSTINGS January 1-31, 2022 ***
(updated: January 31, 2022)

Just Legal Inc. (Hockessin, DE)
Personal Injury/ Workers' Comp Paralegal

Assist attorneys with all aspects of personal injury & workers’ compensation matters from the initial client contact to the settlement of the case.

  • Meet with clients and manage all client files with discretion and confidentiality;
  • Respond to client phone calls and emails;
  • Prepare and draft appropriate legal documents with attorney oversight;
  • Coordinate available benefits/payments of medical bills and related expenses;
  • Prepare client distributions, verifying parties receive appropriate compensation;
  • Adhere to all-time critical case milestones and due dates;
  • Assist with preparation of correspondence to clients, opposing counsel, insurance companies, expert witnesses, and the Court;
  • Establish and maintain strong rapport with various doctors’ offices;
  • Organize documentation for court hearings, arbitrations, and trials.

Laure Donatello
[email protected]
Laura J. Donatello
Just Legal Inc. (Hockessin, DE)
Recruiting Coordinator
710 Yorklyn Road, Suite 200
Hockessin, Delaware 19707
United States
(302) 239-5990

GOOD LUCK!

Paralegals (Multiple Locations in NYS)

Binghamton, Cooperstown, Oneonta, Oswego, Syracuse, Utica, Watertown

The Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York, Inc. (LASMNY) is committed to a diverse, well balanced and inclusive workforce. We strongly encourage applicants from all backgrounds and walks of life to apply for employment opportunities.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer

LASMNY is a non-profit public interest law firm. We provide free legal information, advice and representation to people who are unable to afford a lawyer. The program area includes (13) counties: Broome, Chenango, Cayuga, Cortland, Delaware, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego and Otsego. In addition, our Farmworker Law Project services the entire New York State out of our New Paltz Office.

Visit us at www.lasmny.org.

LASMNY is actively seeking three (3) dynamic full-time paralegals for our housing preservation program. The employment opportunities are available immediately in the office of your choice, as available. Travel will be required. The position reports to the managing attorney.

Essential Job Functions

Supporting the work of attorneys, primarily in landlord-tenant matters, who are providing legal assistance and advocacy to individuals and families at-risk of homelessness. Scheduling and calendaring court appearances. Screening applicants, including obtaining documentation and determining eligibility for services, at off-site clinics and courts. Interviewing clients and witnesses and investigating claims. Assisting attorneys in the preparation of cases, including conducting legal research and preparing drafts of legal documents and memorandum, as permitted by law and ethical considerations. Participating in outreach activities with tenant groups, prospective clients, courts, and community groups. Collecting data, entering information into case management system, and maintaining files. Will comply with all Legal Services Corporation (LSC) regulations, LASMNY policies and procedures and grant-based reporting requirements.

Job Qualifications

The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree, Associate’s degree, paralegal certificate or an equivalent combination of prior work experience.  Prior work experience preferably in a legal environment. Other qualifying factors include the nature and extent of prior relevant experience, knowledge and understanding of legal problems and needs of low-income persons, prior experience in the client community or in other programs to aid low income persons.  Bilingual or multilingual a plus.  Must possess a valid NYS driver’s license.

LASMNY offers a generous benefit package, effective as of date of hire. Medical, vision, dental, life, FSA, HSA, 403(b), SEP/IRA, mileage reimbursement, training, registration fees, NYS/County Bar dues, PTO, Parental Leave, Bereavement Leave, Jury Duty, EAP, Loan Repayment and (14) Holidays.

Salary depends on experience.

Application Process - We encourage interested qualified applicants to apply for this position by providing a cover letter, resume, writing sample and contact information, with email addresses, for three (3) professional references at [email protected].


Bilingual Legal Assistant

Martin Law, a prominent Center City law firm, seeks a Legal Assistant in their workers’ compensation department.

Key parts of the role include scheduling depositions, requesting medical records, and assembling the medical index for the case file. Prior law firm experience is a plus for the role but Martin Law staff will provide on-the-job training.

If you are interested in being considered for the position, please submit your resume via Symplicity.

Qualified candidates must be fluent in reading, speaking, and writing business correspondence in both Portuguese and English.

This is a full-time position, Monday through Friday, working in the office.

The preferred work shift schedule is 9 AM – 5 PM. This position comes with full benefits and paid time off package etc.

Qualified candidates that can work on a part-time basis in-house will be fully considered as well due to our high Portuguese-speaking case volume. This position comes with a flexible schedule seeking a minimum of 20 hours per week in the office.

Resumes should be sent to [email protected]

Tanya Rapone
Office Administrator and Human Resources Manager
Martin Law (Philadelphia, NJ)
Office Administrator and Human Resources Manager
1818 Market Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
United States

$40,000 - 49,999

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