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  • 04/12/2021 9:25 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Moss Adams brings more West to business. More than a location, it’s a way of doing business in which innovation thrives and optimism abounds. At Moss Adams, we’re excited by the greatness of possibility and the extraordinary potential for companies and individuals to prosper. We provide the world’s most innovative companies with specialized accounting, consulting, and wealth management services to help them embrace emerging opportunity.

    Introduction to the team

    The role of the Paralegal is to assist the assigned business unit in working on legal- related processes as applicable to that group. This may include subpoenas, licensing, administration of contracts, drafting formal written responses to Federal and state taxing authorities, gathering, reviewing and analyzing documentation for IRS examinations, and generally ensuring compliance with the legal, regulatory, professional and internal standards applicable to Moss Adams. The Paralegal will be called upon to assist with special projects as needed and provide general support to the business unit.

    Individuals who thrive at Moss Adams exhibit the following success skills – Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Emotional Intelligence, Executive Presence, Growth Mindset, Intellectual Curiosity, and Results Focus.


    • Manage legal processes as applicable to business unit (i.e. contract administration, records retention, subpoena, insurance program, maintain professional licenses, defense strategies in IRS and state taxing audits, etc.)

    • Produce documents and correspondence for legal and regulatory proceedings

    • Gather, review, and analyze pertinent information/documentation to assist in presentation of legal issues

    • Conduct relevant research, data analysis, and create reports for departmental use

    • Ensure compliance with the legal, regulatory, professional and internal standards applicable to Moss Adams

    •  Identify legal and business risks and escalate appropriately

    •  Support the attorneys and others as needed on projects concerning technical projects, firm policies, procedures, and risk management

    • Work independently with a focus on completing projects quickly and effectively

    • Other duties as assigned


    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required

    • Minimum of 1 year of related experience required; experience in a professional services environment preferred

    • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis upon hire. Moss Adams will not consider candidates for this position who require sponsorship for employment visa status now or in the future (e.g., H-1B Paralegal Certification preferred

    • Strong project management experience

    • Ability to conduct research using multiple resources and analyze findings

    • Ability to develop relationships, build rapport, and effectively interface with all levels within the firm

    • Strong organizational skills; able to effectively prioritize assignments and competing deadlines in a fast-paced environment

    • Strong written and verbal communication skills

    • Highly proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and SharePoint) as well as web-based research software and internet applications

    • Ability to travel as needed, approximately 5%

    • May require some overtime hours

    Moss Adams is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.


  • 04/10/2021 7:30 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Position Description

    The Seattle City Attorney’s Office is looking for a paralegal to join its team in the Contracts and Utilities Section. This position supports multiple attorneys who handle litigation, transactional, regulatory, and advisory matters.  The Contracts and Utilities Section takes a collaborative, team-oriented approach to advice and litigation work, seeking to build effective and lasting relationships with City departments and their leadership. The Section’s paralegals are critical to this philosophy and are valued members of our enthusiastic and experienced team.

    Attorneys in the Contracts and Utilities Section advise and work with City clients on business transactions such as intergovernmental agreements, bond issuances, grant acceptances, real estate transactions, and capital construction projects, as well as on related construction claims and litigation.  The Section provides advice on contracts for all City departments, including agreements that are maintained by other City departments in a standardized form, as well as non-standardized contracts for complex transactions such as capital projects for multi-million dollar construction, wholesale water and energy agreements, and information technology contracts. The Section further provides general counsel services to the City’s electric, water, wastewater and solid waste utilities and is an active part of the City’s municipal finance team.  The successful applicant will have direct contact with City department clients and will act as an important resource to the City’s legal team.

    In addition to this opportunity to join a team that is dedicated to public service, the City Attorney’s Office offers a generous benefit program which includes paid leave benefits, paid parental and family leave, low cost health benefits, and the opportunity to participate in a defined benefit retirement program.

    Job Responsibilities

    Paralegals in the Civil Division serve a crucial role in providing support to attorneys.
    They apply their knowledge of legal terminology, legal and regulatory procedures, editing and proper formatting of documents, electronic filing systems, and general office practices. As the City Attorney’s Office is increasingly relying on electronic storage and filing, our paralegals use a variety of technological resources.

    Duties include, but are not limited to:
    •    Word processing, including proofreading and editing
    •    Researching case law and statutes and drafting memoranda to assist attorneys
    •    Providing litigation support, including support in drafting and responding to discovery requests, managing document production, and preparing, filing, and serving court documents
    •    Using a variety of applications for litigation support, including discovery and litigation holds
    •    Developing organizational system improvements
    •    Learning and using new databases and software applications
    •    Preparing real estate documents for recording, searching for documents in online databases such as Seattle City Clerk’s files and King County Recorder’s Office


    The successful candidate will have the demonstrated abilities to perform the above described job responsibilities. This includes but is not limited to all or a combination of the following:

    •    Effective research and writing skills
    •    Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and able to work collaboratively with other team members
    •    Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously under tight deadlines with great attention to detail
    •    Represent the City Attorney’s Office with City employees and outside contacts
    •    Experience with a variety of software packages for litigation support, calendaring, and email-archiving
    •    Experience with litigation holds, discovery, including scheduling and coordinating multiple party depositions, meetings, and hearings; and court calendaring practices, court e-filing programs, and court rules
    •    Organize and place structure around large amounts of documents utilizing electronic litigation data management systems such as Nuix Discover (formerly Ringtail)
    •    Familiarity with real estate documents and recordings

    Additionally, the City Attorney’s Office is committed to integrating the City of Seattle’s Race and Social Justice Initiative (Download PDF reader) into both the work provided to clients as well as within the organization. The person hired will be an active participant in these efforts.

    This position requires two years of post-secondary course work in paralegal or business skills and one year of litigation support work demonstrating familiarity with legal form, terminology, and documents (or a combination of equivalent education, training and/or experience).

    Additional Information

    This position is part of a stepped salary system with an initial Step 1 placement. Advanced initial step placement may be considered under limited circumstances, but step salaries are not subject to negotiation.

    Our office is abiding by public health guidelines and maximizing telework arrangements for our employees except for necessary essential in-person work. The selected candidate will work with their direct supervisor on alternatives to meet workload requirements while considering public health guidelines during this time frame.

    For your application to be accepted you must:
    •    Complete the online City Application.
    •    Attach a resume detailing your relevant experience.
    •    Attach a cover letter describing your interest in the position and why you would successfully be able to perform the responsibilities.

    For questions regarding the Seattle City Attorney’s Office, this position, or the application process, please contact Bridget Lamp, HR Specialist, at 206-684-8228 or bridget.lamp@seattle.gov. If you have trouble uploading required attachments, please reach out prior to the closing date and time.


  • 03/31/2021 11:11 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    The Seattle office of Cozen O’Connor is currently seeking an experienced Patent Prosecution and Trademark Paralegal.  Strong writing and communication skills required, as well as strong attention to detail and ability to take ownership of large docket.  Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (especially Word and Excel) required.  Experience with IManage/Worksite, FoundationIP, and/or Corsearch a plus.  Ideal candidate will have 3+ years of relevant experience.    

    • Primary Responsibilities:


    • Domestic and international patent filing and prosecution.
    • File U.S. and PCT patent applications using USPTO EFS.
    • Assist the supervising attorneys to ensure that all docket dates and all related patent deadlines are timely met.
    • Legalization of documents.
    • Prepare reporting correspondence, status reports, response templates, etc.
    • Prepare patent filing documents and assignments.
    • Keep electronic document management system (Worksite) current.
    • Correspond with clients and foreign counsel.
    • Timely flagging events that may lead to preparation of IDSs and preparation of IDSs.
    • Proofreading issued patents and performing PTA calculation reviews.

    • Domestic and international trademark filing, prosecution, and maintenance.
    • Assist in preparation and filing of UDRP and TTAB actions.
    • Prepare reporting correspondence, status reports, response templates, etc.
    • Prepare and record assignments.
    • Proofing docketed information, check statuses, and deadlines for accuracy.
    • Monitoring the status of third party domestic and foreign applications.
    • Legalization of documents, coordinating with vendor and foreign associates regarding same.


    • Timely filing of all correspondence in the document management system.
    • Interact with clients and foreign counsel.
    • Prepare and assist in the preparation of all relevant written communications and IP documents.
    • Assist the supervising attorneys to ensure that all docket dates and all related deadlines are met.
    • Organize and maintain electronic files in a timely manner.
    • Administrative support: docketing and file management.
    • Additional projects and tasks as assigned.

    • A four year bachelor’s degree and/or paralegal certificate required.

    Cozen O’Connor is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation or sex, or any unlawful factor.


  • 03/29/2021 2:52 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Perkins Coie LLP has an immediate opening for a Business Paralegal position supporting the Mergers & Acquisitions practice group. Under minimal supervision, assist lawyers and clients with a variety of high- level paralegal duties. Maintain positive contact with clients, attorneys and maintain confidentiality.

    Essential Functions:

    • Ability to work under pressure and time restrictions.
    • Gather and analyze pertinent data from company and transaction records. Review and respond to due diligence requests with legal documents.
    • Review due diligence received for transactions, including review and audit of corporate history and capitalization records.
    • Prepare, maintain and manage transaction closing checklists based on review of main transaction documents. Prepare and maintain closing checklists throughout transaction, from due diligence process to post- closing deliverables.
    • Research federal securities exemption and state "Blue Sky" laws. Prepare appropriate federal and state securities filings.
    • Conduct lien and litigation searches, prepare summary of findings. Prepare and maintain research and diligence analysis.
    • Draft merger subsidiary documents, as needed. Set up and maintain virtual data rooms.
    • Prepare and distribute closing sets.
    • Ability to confer with governmental agencies on a variety of matters
    • including licensing, permits, securities laws, etc. and summarize results of same.
    • Ability to work with and guide new associates and those with less transaction experience.
    • Maintain departmental form files and systems.

    Required Skills:
    Mergers & Acquisitions experience or a demonstrated interest M&A transaction with relevant academic background, with superb organizational, analytical and communications skills a must. Ability to establish effective working relationships with Firm lawyers and staff, client personnel, and other professionals.

    Preferred Skills:
    Ability to take initiative and to exercise discretion and independent judgment. Experience using due diligence data rooms, Dropbox, Box, etc., Microsoft Excel, DocuSign, and Carta software preferred. Familiarity with research tools including Cheetah, and online state code resources. Strong knowledge of California and Delaware corporate law, federal and state securities laws, option plan administration, venture capital finance and private company M&A required

    Education & Experience:
    Requires a 4-year degree and 5 years of experience as an M&A paralegal. BA/BS degree in related field or equivalent required. Paralegal degree preferred.

  • 03/24/2021 10:55 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)
    Gillaspy & Rhode, PLLC, an established insurance defense, construction, real estate, and small business law firm, has immediate openings in our Kirkland office for an experienced Paralegal and Legal Assistant to join our firm.    

    Gillaspy & Rhode is a mid-sized firm with offices in Kirkland and Portland.  We have built a reputation for high quality service and professionalism and seek candidates who are responsible, responsive, knowledgeable, creative, professional, and able to work independently and as part of a team. 

    Qualified candidates for Paralegal and Legal Assistant positions must also have:

    •  2+ years litigation experience;
    • Familiarity with state and local rules and filing legal documents in Washington and Oregon;
    • Ability to balance multiple tasks and cases;
    • Excellent decision-making skills and judgment;
    • Superior organizational skills and attention to detail; and
    • A strong work ethic and positive can-do attitude.

    Paralegal Specific Tasks

    • Perform records review and preparation of medical chronologies and other summaries 

    • Notate key documents for attorney review 
    • Prepare timeline of key events when requested 
    • Prepare discovery request and responses, including but not limited to subpoena duces tecum, interrogatories, requests for production, deposition notices, requests for admissions, and the like 
    • Redact privileged information from policies and job files when requested 
    • Participate in client and other meetings when requested 
    • Ensure documents produced by clients are responsive to discovery requests 
    • Perform routine follow up with other parties and clients to insured provision of responsive documents in timely fashion 
    • Prepare tenders and follow up on the same requested 
    • All tasks must be performed in an organized and detailed fashion, work cooperatively with internal and external contacts, maintain confidentiality of all case file information

    Legal Assistant Specific Tasks

    • Support administrative duties such as answering phones and direct calls appropriately, manage incoming and outgoing mail for attorneys and other office duties 
    • Perform conflict checks 
    • Open new files 
    • Maintain familiarity with all insurance carrier guidelines 
    • Edit and final case related correspondence and pleadings and manage emails. Manage electronic file folders and their contents and keep updated 
    • File all documents, electronic and written 
    • Calendar all deadlines and deliverables as directed by attorney and as obvious from incoming emails, firm procedures, and carrier guidelines 
    • Contacts with client and opposing party representatives, mediators, experts as directed by attorneys 
    • Stay apprised of procedural rules applicable to all work product 
    • Assist with vendor bills and other billing tasks as requested 
    • Assist with preparation for key events such as mediation, arbitration, hearings and trials 
    • Redact privileged information from policies and job files when requested 
    • Participate as requested in editing and preparation of marketing materials
    • Participate as requested in routine office chores, such as ordering supplies, kitchen clean up and the like
    • All tasks must be performed in an organized and detailed fashion, work cooperatively with internal and external contacts, maintain confidentiality of all case file information

    Legal Assistant and Paralegal roles may overlap and tasks interchange on a case-by-case basis, or as workload dictates.

    Gillaspy & Rhode offers experience driven salary and benefits, competitive with the local market, as well as a collaborative, supportive and team-driven environment.

    To apply for this position, please submit a cover letting describing your interest in the opportunity along with your resume to:  mollydorr@outlook.com
  • 03/22/2021 11:55 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Job Description

    Respected downtown injury firm seeking an experienced personal injury paralegal. Competitive salary, great benefits, fast-paced, team-centered environment.

    Davis Law Group is seeking a reliable, professional and experienced paralegal to help manage serious injury cases from start to finish.

    Duties include active case management of files, communication with clients, insurance adjustors, opposing counsel, and doctors. Experience drafting pleadings such as summons & complaint, drafting discovery, motions, responding to discovery requests, Pre-hearing statements, etc.

    Job Qualifications

    Qualifications include strong team player, ability to multi-task and prioritize, attention to detail, strong work ethic, highly organized, maintain confidentiality and professional.

    Must have experience using Microsoft computer applications such as MS Word, MS Excel, Outlook. Experience using Needles Case Management is a plus.


    Competitive salary based on experience; Paid Holidays; Paid Time Off; Annual Bonus; 401k; ORCA Card (train/bus pass), Company-Paid Medical, Dental, Vision.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $50,000.00 - $125,000.00 per year DOE

    COVID-19 considerations:
    We are currently operating in a hybrid in-office/work-from-home environment. The person selected for this position will require in-person training over the first ~2 weeks of employment before being eligible for hybrid work.

    To apply send email and cover letter to jobs@injurytriallawyer.com

  • 03/16/2021 2:58 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Focal PLLC, a Seattle law firm, seeks a full-time paralegal to primarily support our corporate and transactional practices. Corporate governance and transactional experience is required. Duties will include:

    ● Working with lawyers to prepare and file documents required to form, maintain, and/or dissolve companies, such as corporations and limited liability companies.

    ● Collecting and organizing client and corporate information, tracking filing and renewal deadlines, and corresponding and coordinating document execution with third parties.

    ● Assisting lawyers to prepare documentation for a variety of corporate transactions, from mergers and acquisitions to debt and equity financings. This may include preparing or drafting due diligence request lists, document data rooms, form agreements, and closing binders.

    ● Assisting lawyers to prepare corporate governance documents, such as board minutes, board and/or shareholder resolutions, and equity grants.

    ● Creating and maintaining corporate records, such as minute books, cap tables, stock certificates, and stock option ledgers.

    ● Conducting legal research and analysis from time-to-time as needed, under the supervision and direction of lawyers.

    ● Proofreading various types of commercial agreements and revising/updating commercial agreements as directed by lawyers.

    ● Developing systems and processes to streamline contract or transaction origination and completion.

    We are looking for an organized and proactive candidate with the ability to work efficiently and independently. Attention to detail is key. The position requires excellent writing skills and proficiency with office software, including Microsoft Word and Excel, Adobe and DocuSign. Familiarity with Carta is preferred. The ability to work with and help evaluate new software tools is important. 

    The preferred candidate will have at least 2-3 years of experience, a paralegal certificate and/or bachelor’s degree, or a combination of experience and education that allows the candidate to meet the needs of the firm.

    Focal maintains an office in SoDo, but all attorneys and staff are currently working remotely. The ability to work primarily remotely will continue post-COVID restrictions. However, working at the office may be required from time to time. 

    Focal maintains a family friendly atmosphere. We value diversity and make an effort to look for diverse candidates. Please submit a resume and cover letter to careers@focallaw.com. A writing sample may be required upon request.


  • 03/16/2021 8:53 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Member Service Manager Announcement

    Looking for a dynamic role with an organization making an impact on the real estate industry in Washington? Washington REALTORS® is seeking a Member Service Manager to join their team in Olympia. Washington REALTORS® advocates for REALTORS® and their clients and provides services to help members prosper. Members receive benefits including education programs, technical support, access to the Washington REALTORS® advocacy team, and legal benefits through the Legal Hotline.

    This is an opportunity to join an organization with a collaborative, collegiate group of professionals who value relationship building and offers room for professional growth.

    The Member Service Manager oversees the Professional Standards program (similar to dispute resolution), chapter association management, serve as staff liaison to assigned Committees, and assist with development of membership outreach programs within the Membership Department.


    • Experience in developing, providing, organizing, and offering training for varying audiences.

    • Strong research & organizational skills.

    • High level of customer service, problem solving, and attention to detail.

    • Experience working collaboratively with other departments, members, and member


    • Ability to organize and implement multiple projects under strict deadlines.

    • Experience in database management preferred.

    • Experience in Association work or working with committees and volunteers is helpful.

    • Ability to travel (post pandemic)

    • Ability to use Microsoft office products (word, excel, ppt, etc.).

    • Comfortable with public speaking.

    • Relevant post-high school education or job experience preferred.

    • General understanding of advocacy and grassroots activities.


    The successful candidate must able be able to show/or complete, within 12 months of hire, the Mandatory Professional Standards Administrator certification training and re-certify every four years.

    Please visit our website to learn more about our organization http://www.warealtor.org/

    Interested candidates please submit a resume, cover letter, and 3 references to Stacie Weedon.

    Washington REALTORS® is a professional trade organization established in 1942 with over 20,000 members. We are proud to provide our members with highly valued services and benefits while working to support our communities. Our office is located in Olympia, WA.

    Washington REALTORS® offers a generous benefits package for full-time employees. Salary Range: 50k-65k DOE

  • 03/09/2021 11:19 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)


    Wenatchee, WA

    Full time, non-exempt

    NWIRP Careers


    Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) seeks a full time Temporary Spanish-speaking legal advocate to join NWIRP’s Wenatchee office for a period of nine (9) months, with a potential of a three (3) months extension. The applicant must be fluent in English and Spanish. Due to COVID, the majority of this role is remote, however occasionally you will be needed to go into the office.

    NWIRP’s Wenatchee offices provide humanitarian based immigration legal services to immigrant communities in North Central and Eastern Washington, in a fast-paced environment while working with clients on both affirmative and defensive immigration matters.


    In 2020, the beginning annual salary for candidates with no experience is $47,447 and is higher depending on years of directly relevant experience. For example, for someone with 10 years of directly relevant experience the annual salary would be $60,882; 20 years = $73,787.
    Because this full-time position is temporary, it is not covered by 
    NWIRP’s Collective Bargaining Agreement. However, NWIRP offers a generous benefits package, including:

    • 100% of premiums for excellent health, vision and dental plans;

    • 3% employer retirement contributions;

    • Disability/life/AD&D coverage;

    • Annual leave of 16 paid vacation days, 13 paid holidays, 12 paid health-related days


    Northwest Immigrant Rights Project is an equal opportunity employer committed to having a diverse staff, board, and volunteer base reflective of the communities we serve and that enhances our ability to create a vibrant environment where all members of the NWIRP community thrive. We strongly encourage applications from individuals who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), immigrants (including people who were formerly detained, undocumented, or who have navigated the immigration legal system), women, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and individuals with diverse cultural backgrounds and language abilities.

    It is the policy of NWIRP to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws prohibiting employment discrimination. NWIRP is committed to providing a work environment free from discrimination and harassment. NWIRP does not discriminate on the basis of class, race, color, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, political ideology, age, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability. Excepting any undue hardship, NWIRP will provide reasonable accommodations upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.


    • Under the supervision of attorneys, prepare immigration forms, applications, and supporting documents;

    • Conduct intakes and prescreening, by phone, and interview potential clients to gather or clarify information;

    • Answer and return calls to the office main line and refer to appropriate staff or external agencies as needed;

    • Provide administrative support including processing mail, cash receipts, and office supply orders, as needed;

    • Provide support to the respective Unit staff attorneys, accredited representatives, and other staff members, as needed;

    • Maintain a working knowledge of significant policies, laws, practices, and trends in immigration law;

    • Establish, organize, and maintain files;

    • Translate documents;

    • Perform administrative tasks related to grant reporting and other requirements;

    • Participate in NWIRP’s outreach, community education, and development efforts;

    • Other tasks as assigned by supervisory staff.
    • Physical demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand and walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear; utilize a phone, computer, keyboard, pen and paper.
    • Emotional demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to discuss topics including, but not limited, to discrimination; child abuse, neglect, abandonment; domestic abuse; and other violence.


    • Demonstrated commitment to advancing and defending the rights of immigrants and willingness to support NWIRP’s mission, vision, and values;

    • Excellent written and oral communication skills, and ability to organize information in a clear and concise manner;

    • Commitment to working in a diverse working environment;

    • Fluent in English and Spanish;

    • Previous exposure to immigration law experience preferred;

    • Previous work experience with children and youth preferred;

    • Previous work with survivors of violence preferred;

    • Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently; and

    • Proficiency in use of web-based software, MS Word and MS Excel


    Supervising Attorney


    Please visit our careers page to apply. Click Here to submit your Resume and Cover Letter. Please note that you must submit your Resume and Cover Letter as a single file. For your cover letter please indicate how your lived/ work experiences make you a good fit for this role. Full consideration will be given to those who apply by March 9th 2021, but applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until position is filled.


    Founded in 1984, NWIRP is a nationally-recognized legal services organization on the front lines of defending and advancing the rights of immigrants. Each year, NWIRP provides direct legal representation and assistance in immigration matters to thousands of people with low incomes who come from over 160 countries and speak over 60 different languages. NWIRP challenges unjust policies through high-impact lawsuits and advocates for laws and policies that respect the rights of immigrants. NWIRP is also a trusted provider of immigration-related community education for immigrant communities and social service providers. NWIRP has a staff of over 120 and an annual budget of over $13 million. NWIRP serves the community through four offices in Washington State (Granger, Seattle, Tacoma and Wenatchee), but the impact of our work is felt nationwide.

  • 03/09/2021 11:14 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)


    PI PARALEGAL – South Sound Law Firm

    Seeking full-time personal injury paralegal with a minimum of two years’ experience for high volume South Sound law firm.  Candidate will handle cases from the initial meeting to trial.  

    Salary DOE.

    Apply by email to tfirkins@vansiclen.com
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