McGuireWoods LLP

Case Assistant

Job Location US-TX-Dallas
Category
Legal Support
Pos. Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

McGuireWoods LLP has an opening to join our Complex Commercial Litigation team as an Entry-Level Case Assistant in our Dallas, Texas office. Qualities possessed by an ideal candidate include up to two years of general/clerical legal experience, an eye for detail and accuracy, and strong organizational skills.

 

McGuireWoods is a full-service firm providing legal and business solutions to corporate, individual and nonprofit clients worldwide for more than 184 years. Our law firm has earned the loyalty of many longstanding clients with deep understanding of their businesses and broad skills in corporate transactions, high-stakes disputes, and complex regulatory and compliance matters. People come here to do great, challenging work and we provide the resources and training for them to succeed and develop professionally. Working together from offices in the U.S., Europe and Asia, McGuireWoods is dedicated to diverse perspectives, impeccable service, and innovative delivery of practical, business-minded solutions. For more information, visit www.mcguirewoods.com.

 

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Responsibilities

  • Organizes, labels and files case materials as directed
  • Prepares materials for shipment, including preparation of shipping labels
  • Organizes document productions and prepares indices of document productions
  • Maintains and organizes supplies to support client matters, including distribution of supplies and case files for special projects/events such as trial and on-site document reviews, collections and productions
  • Maintains and retrieves case files as requested and prepares closed matters for off-site storage
  • Processes production letters and other case correspondence and pleadings

Qualifications

  • Requires some college education, Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree preferred, prior administrative or legal experience preferred but is not required
  • Strong work ethic and pays close attention to detail
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.)
  • Good planning and organizational skills
  • Excellent spelling and grammar
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team as well as being able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Ability to utilize all firm provided software packages as required. Willing to learn practice or department specific databases or software as necessary

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