Hunton & Williams LLP Paralegal II in Dallas, Texas
Description The Dallas office of Hunton & Williams LLP is actively recruiting an experienced Paralegal to assist lawyers on the Litigation team with the logistics of complex litigation case management, preparation of moderately complex legal documents, substantive legal research activities, and extensive experience handling all phases of discovery, including document collections and electronic discovery. Candidates should possess a minimum of 7 years’ experience in general litigation.
Requirements Qualified candidates will possess a college degree or equivalent paralegal experience. Candidates should also have a minimum of 7 years’ litigation paralegal experience.
Other Minimum Qualifications Include: Knowledge of Microsoft Office and basic technological and research skills necessary to pull requested documents from online resources and familiarity with legal technology and computer databases required. Ability to work efficiently and accurately under pressure, and present a positive, professional image with colleagues, professional staff, and vendors. Ability to work overtime, as needed, on short notice essential.
To perform this job successfully, the incumbent must possess strong organizational skills and the abilities or aptitudes to proficiently perform each of the responsibilities and accountabilities described above, with or without reasonable accommodation. Examples include: ability to work well under pressure, patience, diplomacy, high stress tolerance, excellent interpersonal communication skills, ability to prioritize workload and adapt to changing conditions. Ability to receive and convey detailed information through oral communication.
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Requisition Number: 16-0172
Post Date: 10/4/2016
Title: Paralegal II