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Trial Legal Assistant/Paralegal (Englewood, CO)
Burg Simpson seeks an experienced Legal Assistant/Paralegal for an exciting opportunity to be part of our Commercial trial team. The position handles all aspects of the litigation process through trial attendance and participation.
The position involves extensive contact with clients, lay and expert witnesses, and requires proficiency in applying the court rules and procedures in both state and federal courts; experience in reviewing, analyzing, and summarizing a large volume of documents; well-developed writing and research skills; multi-attorney calendaring; the ability to anticipate attorney needs, identifying problems and finding solutions. Experience with Eclipse, Summation, or other electronic litigation systems is a plus.
Burg Simpson offers excellent benefits and compensation commensurate with experience. Qualified candidates must submit a resume detailing applicable skills, abilities, and experience to Careers@BurgSimpson.com
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