This free benefit offered by SCCoLPA provides the legal community with a place to post job openings for all categories of job positions. SCCoLPA assists in every possible manner to procure employment for members of this association and cooperates with attorneys in filling positions in law offices, but in no event does this committee act as an employment agency. Employers desiring/needing to place an advertisement for employment on SCCoLPA’s website may view the “Employment Opportunities” page on this website and format the advertisement like those already posted. Employers will also need to give the following information to the Employment Chair: name, firm name, address, phone number(s), areas of law practice, software used, position available, and years of experience required. The attorney/employer is requested to e-mail the Employment Chair with the advertisement formatted like those currently posted on the “Employment Opportunities” page. Advertisements for employment are usually posted as soon as possible. It is the responsibility of the applicants to contact the employers, schedule interviews, exchange resumes, and to discuss benefits and salary, etc. All information is listed until notification to drop the name/position is given to the Employment Chair.
Please contact the Employment Chair, Elena Schneider, CCLS, email@example.com for additional information.
The Employment Chair retains editing privileges on all ads requested and placed on this website.
Well respected Silicon Valley litigation firm seeking a litigation assistant, minimum three years’ experience preferred. Must have excellent skill set, high degree of accuracy, and temperament to handle at least three busy, pleasant attorneys. Knowledge of Amicus preferred. Staff retention for capable employees is extremely long. Congenial atmosphere. Competitive benefits and salary. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is looking for a paralegal with a deep knowledge in all aspects of eDiscovery to join its Complex and Affirmative Litigation Team. The Complex and Affirmative Litigation Team handles affirmative and defensive matters in both state and federal court, at all stages of litigation, from the initial pleadings to appeals.
The Grunsky Law Firm in Watsonville has an opening for a Probate Paralegal. Duties include:
Estate administration: preparation of documents: petitions, notices, inventories, accountings, distribution, transfer of assets, etc.; summary administration such as 13100 declarations, spousal property petitions, joint tenancy termination, small estates, etc.; drafting documents; client interview; calendaring due dates for annual accountings; research re procedures and documents.
Conservatorship and guardianship proceedings: preparation of petitions, notices, and related documents to commence proceedings; accountings; termination, etc.; monitoring of files to keep them moving along and calendaring due dates for annual accountings; research re procedures and documents.
Trust administration: preparation of inventories, petitions, notices, etc. to administer living trust after death of trustor/trustee; preparation of documents to funds various trusts, including affidavits of death, deeds and other transfer documents required by the various agencies; client interview to obtain necessary information; preparation of petitions.
Estate and trust litigation: Experience with court rules, and filing procedures with Federal and State courts, preparation of pleadings, discovery, notices, etc.; interview witnesses; trial preparation; research re procedures and documents.
Other duties include screening new clients, checking for conflicts of interest, typing of letters, pleadings, agreements, statements, appellate briefs, etc.; scheduling appointments and calendaring due dates; opening files, answering correspondence; and related duties.
Paralegal Certificate with Bachelor’s Degree strongly preferred; 3-5 years of experience as a Litigation Paralegal with Probate and Estate experience; Ability to effectively set priorities, meet deadlines, and manage multiple projects for several attorneys; Strong verbal and written communication skills; Exceptionally well organized and detail oriented; Adaptable to changing priorities; flexible; Excellent interpersonal skills; Ability to work as part of a team with all levels of experiences as well as independently while being productive and proactive; Ability to troubleshoot issues and create solutions; Proficient in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint); Notary public preferred
Position is full time and offers competitive compensation. Benefits include paid time off, health insurance, 401k, optional vision and dental insurance and Flexible Spending Account. Email resumes to email@example.com
The San Francisco City Attorney’s Office is looking for a Paralegal to join its Code Enforcement Team, also known as the Neighborhood & Resident Safety Team. This Team investigates and civilly prosecutes property owners and businesses that have violated building, housing, planning, health or other city and state codes, or who are otherwise misusing their property to endanger public health and safety. This includes plaintiff-side lawsuits primarily in San Francisco Superior Court – Civil to combat unpermitted construction, substandard housing, blight, human trafficking, illegal short-term rentals, affordable housing violations and other public nuisances that threaten the character and integrity of city neighborhoods.