Olivier Schreiber & Chao LLP is a three-attorney plaintiffs-side litigation law firm in San Francisco. The firm handles civil rights, employment, and consumer cases and is active in the legal, non-profit, public interest, and political community. To learn more about us, visit www.osclegal.com.
Our firm is growing & we are seeking a full-time legal assistant to join our team. The job requires flexibility, initiative, common sense, and good humor.
If youre looking for good managers, an ebb-and-flow pace, opportunity to work independently, and a positive environment with a conscience, this boutique firm is a good fit. Our office is near the Embarcadero, across from beautiful Levi's Plaza.
The legal assistants job duties include:
File and serve pleadings in state and federal courts
Prepare case-related documents - letters, briefs, proofs of service, discovery documents
Maintain case files in our cloud-based system
Set appointments, answer phones, make travel arrangements
Phone intakes of potential clients who contact the firm regarding legal representation
Be in the office Monday through Friday during normal business hours
Receive packages, handle mail, greet guests
Prepare expense reimbursement reports
Maintain office and kitchen supplies
Other duties as assigned
High proficiency in Microsoft Word (including tables of contents and tables of authorities), Outlook, Excel, Adobe Acrobat Pro
Strong internet research and proof-reading skills
Comfortable working independently with minimal supervision
Experience with electronic court filing, service, and research platforms, including ECF, Pacer, and Westlaw
Solid understanding of legal calendar deadlines, court rules and procedures, filing processes, and legal documents.
Prior experience working in a law firm
Availability to work overtime when needed
This job comes with:
Pay commensurate with experience
This is a non-exempt position and eligible for overtime
Medical and 401(k) plan benefits
Paid vacation and holidays
To apply, email cover letter and resume via Craigslist reply