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Legal Secretary  

Goranson Bain Ausley, PLLC - Dallas, TX 75206, USA

formats such as pleadings, motions, and court orders for review, approval, and use by attorneys. Scan, distribute, and manage legal documents and client files stored in the firm's document management Remote Document Review Attorney Work careers... $40000 - $50000 per year

from: applicantpro.com - 2 days ago

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Law Clerk III - Remote- NYC, San Francisco, Chicago, DC  

CACI - Washington, DC

: Up to 10% Type of Travel: Local What You'll Get to Do: Work with a team providing support to DOJ Antitrust attorneys under tight deadlines for submissions. Assist with document review using Relativity Remote Document Review Attorney careers... Unspecified

from: clearancejobs.com - 19 days ago

Law Clerk I - Remote- NYC, San Francisco, Chicago, DC  

CACI - Washington, DC

of Travel Required: Up to 10% Type of Travel: Local What You'll Get to Do: Work with a team providing support to DOJ Antitrust attorneys under tight deadlines for submissions. Assist with document review contract attorney document review... Unspecified

from: clearancejobs.com - 19 days ago

In House Counsel Jobs | JDHuntr 44885 Attorney Litigation (Remote), Topeka, KS  

JDHuntr.com In House Counsel Jobs - Topeka, Kansas 66603

In House Counsel Jobs | JDHuntr 44885 Attorney Litigation (Remote), Topeka, KS To apply go to JDHuntr.com Prepare, review, and sign legal filings and court documents. Attend and represent the client document review paralegal...

from: get.it - More than 30 days ago

In House Counsel Jobs California | JDHuntr 48859 Trial Counsel (Remote), Orlando, FL  

JDHuntr.com In House Counsel Jobs - Orlando, Florida 32829

In House Counsel Jobs California | JDHuntr 48859 Trial Counsel (Remote), Orlando, FL To apply go to JDHuntr.com Perform due diligence; gather all relevant facts and documents; play a lead role telecommute document review attorney...

from: get.it - More than 30 days ago

Associate Attorney - Insurance Defense Litigation (Hybrid)  

Jobot - Torrance, CA

/RESPONSIBILITIES • Draft pleadings and motions, responses to motions • Draft and review discovery documents • Attend hearings, depositions, mediations, inspections • Negotiate settlements • Perform legal research remote attorney document review... $110,000 - $150,000/Year

from: careerbuilder.com - 6 days ago

Insurance Defense/Document Review Attorney  

LHH Recruitment Solutions - Fort Myers, FL

Are you an Insurance Defense/Document Review Attorney looking for a new opportunity in Florida? Do you want to showcase your multi-tasking skills and talented abilities at a fantastic corporation online attorney document review...

from: careerbuilder.com - 6 days ago

Patent Paralegal  

Jobot - Waltham, MA

! Schedule is 1-9pm ET. Top compensation and medical and retirement benefits. Job Details Prepare, review, and electronically file patent document Prepare information disclosure statements and monitor status attorney document review... $80,000 - $95,000/Year

from: careerbuilder.com - 17 days ago


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  • should I apply? Am I good enough for the job? The Insecure Attorney

    Hi I just graduated from law school, and I’m looking for a job that allows me to learn a bit more and ideally to work from home. I’ve been told that in my case it’d be nice to apply for a document reviewer attorney, again ideally from home. Do you have any tips or specifications I should keep in mind when sending them my cv? Is there something I should change or adapt to make them like me a bit more? (always true of course). I’d like to know your thoughts on this especially if you have worked as a document reviewer in this field and feel free to feel me in what were your job responsibilities/tasks. Everyone says it’s something I’d have no problem on doing but I’d like to make sure of that myself! Thanks for your help!
    -The insecure attorney.

    • Joseph:

      Just do it. Apply. If you think that can help your future and you'll be comfortable working at home give it a try, if you are not good enough they won't hire you or they will fire you , but at least you tried and you will be able to say yes I can do this or no I can't do this, I'm not good at it. From the bottom of my heart , if you have an opportunity , take it. No matter if you think you aren't good enough. Let THEM decide if you are not sure. Let us know how it goes! I'm sure you'll do great!

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