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  • 07/19/2019 3:36 PM | WSPA (Administrator)

    POSITION DESCRIPTION:

    $24.28 - $28.26 Hourly
    Seattle Justice Center, 600 5thAve., Seattle, Washington

    Classified Civil Service, Regular, Full-Time Day
    Seattle Municipal Court
    Teamsters, Local 763 - Municipal Court
    08/06/19 04:00 PM Pacific Time

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    The City of Seattle's Municipal Court (SMC) is one of the highest volume Courts of Limited Jurisdiction in the state with 7 elected Judges, 6 appointed Magistrates, and over 200 staff. The Court adjudicates misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor crimes, infractions, and civil violations. SMC is a highly innovative and progressive court with a community-based approach to judicial administration. For more information, visit us online:http://www.seattle.gov/courts/

    Court Clerks work within Judicial Operations, which includes all courtroom clerks, jury operations and court records. They play a critical role in the courtroom and prepare the official record of all courtroom sessions through SMC's electronic case filing system and audio recordings. They work closely as a team with our judges, magistrates, bailiffs, defense attorneys, prosecuting attorneys, interpreters and other criminal justice partners. This is an exciting time to join the court as we work to develop a new case management system to help the court become even more innovative and efficient.

    We are currently accepting applications from qualified candidates who are interested in working as a Court Clerk. The ideal candidate:

    Thrives in a fast-paced collaborative work environment;
    Is an active listener with good communication skills;
    Is committed to providing excellent service to internal and external customers
    Is comfortable working with flexibility to accommodate changes in law, policy, and work assignments. Has an aptitude for learning new systems; and
    Pays attention to the details while multi-tasking.

    The person in this role must be able to work any shift Monday through Saturday and holidays, and maintain regular, reliable and punctual attendance. The Court may consider applicants from this recruitment process for other part-time, temporary and full-time Court Clerk openings that may come available within the next six months.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Accurately records and reviews details of court proceedings and a variety of case related information into a court database (ECF, FTR & MCIS).

    • Monitors court proceedings to schedule court dates, answer questions and ensure processes happen according to policy.

    • Handles multiple tasks including scheduling court dates; answering questions; responding to emails; and monitoring the court proceedings.

    • Listens and communicates information between judges, attorneys, defendants, court personnel, outside agencies and the public.

    • Maintains confidentiality with highly sensitive information.

    • Remains calm and professional throughout stressful court proceedings.

    • Engages in peer training. Shares knowledge and courtroom processes/procedures with team members.

    • Keeps current on changing court technology, policies and procedures in a constantly changing environment.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    Equivalent of one year as a court clerk or other similarly related experience.

    OR a combination of education, training, and/or experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the work of the position.

    Desired Qualifications:

    2+ years working inside or in support of a criminal courtroom.
    Associates Degree and/or a bachelor's degree, or certification from an accredited college in a Paralegal program.
    Experience and proficiency in criminal justice systems such as JIS, DISCIS, WASIC, SCOMIS or MCIS. Demonstrated ability to:

    Use Word, Excel and database computer programs with intermediate to advanced proficiency. Exercise discretion, maintain confidentiality, and interact tactfully with a diverse group of people (judges, attorneys, defendants, court personnel, outside agencies and the public).
    Multi-task accurately, independently and calmly under stress and pressure.

    Provide amazing customer service to internal and external customers.
    Remain calm, positive, and have a sense of humor while working in a tense environment. Maintain flexibility and professionalism when fulfilling responsibilities for all assigned courtrooms and calendars.

    Hiring Process

    Direct Link to Apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2512817/court-clerkApplications are reviewed after the posting closes. Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered.

    1. Completed NEOGOV online application.
    2. Supplemental questionnaire responses.
    3. Cover letter describing how your skills and experience align with the stated job responsibilities and 
    qualifications.

    4. Current resume indicating relevant experience and education.

    Your application will not be reviewed if these items are missing or incomplete. By completing the supplemental questions, you are attesting that the information you have provided is true and accurate. The Court will review any information provided in your application package and misstatements or falsification of information will eliminate you from consideration and/or employment if discovered after selection for the position.

    Attaching or pasting a cover letter and resume alone is not a substitute for completing the application itself. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

    A job offer is contingent upon successfully passing the court's background check. The background check includes a criminal history background review, fingerprinting and reference checks. This position is represented by an agreement between the Teamsters Local 763 union and the Seattle Municipal Court. The candidate hired, must complete a one-year probationary period.

    The Court may consider applicants from this recruitment process for other part-time, temporary and full-time Court Clerk openings that may come available within the next six months.

    Who May Apply: This position is open to all candidates that meet the minimum qualifications. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences. Applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Department encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, veterans and those with diverse life experiences.

    Accommodations for people with disabilities are provided on request. The City is a Drug Free Workplace.


  • 07/18/2019 10:08 AM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Clover Park School District

    Start Date – 9/1/2019 (Specific start date to be determined) 

    *Salary Range - $75,607 - $80,991/year, plus benefits

    To apply visit: https://cloverpark.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

    A. Job Title: Coordinator for Public Records, WC Claims & ADA

    B. Classification Level: Non-Represented - C

    C. Reports to: Executive Director for Human Resources

    SUMMARY OF ASSIGNMENT

    Under the general direction of the Executive Director for Human Resources, perform such duties as required to ensure proper coordination of the district’s public records requests, records retention, legal/ subpoena requests, and workers’ compensation program. Responsibilities include providing support to the district with effective coordination of requests/cases/claims.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    • Coordinate the district’s efforts to comply with complex state and federal regulation and mandates related to the Public Records Act and the retention of Public Records.
    • Manage requests for public records, including establishing and meeting mandated deadlines, working directly with requesters, coordinating with district staff in schools and departments to ensure responsive information is identified and provided, and reviewing potentially responsive records to determine what records are responsive and what information needs to be redacted.
    • Develop and implement a comprehensive plan for organization of office systems including filing of documents and system integration in support of records retention.
    • Tracks a variety of deadlines to ensure timely completion and filing of a variety of reports and responses for Workers’ Compensation and Public Records Ac
    • Attend a variety of meetings, training sessions, and conferences to stay current on the aspects of the rules, regulations, laws, technology and procedures surrounding the Public Records Act and the of retention records.
    • Under the direction of the Executive Director for Human Resources, process legal/subpoenas served on the district, including reviewing and analyzing legal/subpoenas to ensure accuracy and compliance with required elements; obtain and review records and redact information.
    • Under the direction of the Executive Director for Human Resources, communicate with attorneys regarding legal cases. Research complex questions and provide related information.
    • Perform related duties as assigned handling research, document drafting and case management tasks, legal writing, coordinating the request for production/discovery process and public records law.
    • Manage workers’ compensation claims in a timely and cost effective manner while ensuring injured workers are receiving appropriate information and timely benefits as to work-related injuries.
    • Act as a liaison to the Puget Sound Workers’ Compensation Trust (PSWCT) and working with district departments / personnel as necessary to successfully process claims.
    • Administer the processing of the workers’ compensation claims and the return-to- work program; including conformance to applicable laws and regulations, preparing required reports and monitoring and evaluation the program activities to ensure the delivery of quality services.

    Perform other duties as required.

    The essential functions listed above are not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary. The position may perform a variety of non-essential functions consistent with the scope and intent of the position.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
    Education and Experience

    • A BA in human resources or appropriate related field, AND or
    • One (1) year of progressively responsible experience in Hunan resources or workers’ compensation or records management. 

    Or 

    Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in human resources

    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Knowledge of human resource theories and practices.
    • Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and regulations applicable to public schools.
    • Ability to develop and maintain compensation systems.
    • Ability to use computer applications to conduct research, analyze data, prepare comprehensive reports, and recommend sound solutions.
    • Knowledge of report writing and query software.
    • Knowledge of database programs and processes.
    • Ability to apply policies and procedures and communicate effectively and courteously with staff, co-workers, and the public.
    • Demonstrated proficiency in oral and written communication.
    • Ability to be flexible and open to new ideas, to coordinate multiple activities simultaneously, to work effectively under pressure, maintain a high level of productivity, and exercise independent judgment.
    • Ability to maintain regular and punctual attendance.  Ability to continue professional study.
    • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.


    WORKING CONDITIONS

    Work is performed in an office environment. Required to travel to various school and community sites, and recruiting locations. Must be able to use fingers, hands, and arms; listen carefully while filtering out normal office noise; see clearly; sit, stand, walk, twist, bend, reach, push, and pull with normal effort; lift 50 pounds. Prolonged exposure to computers, as well as exposure to normal office equipment and their chemicals, such as copier, fax machine, telephone, etc. Teamwork and high productivity requirements frequently create extra hours, attendance at meetings before and after work, and additional weekend hours.

    FLSA: Exempt  

    JOB CLASS: Professional (960)

    AFFILIATION: Non-Represented

    WORK YEAR: 260 Days

    *Salary placement is dependent on experience and qualifications. 

  • 07/16/2019 8:54 AM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Paralegal: Civil Commercial Litigation & Asbestos Support

    Company: Williams Kastner

    Location: Seattle, WA

    GENERAL SUMMARY: Prepare complex legal documents, correspondence and chronologies under the direction of attorney(s). Coordinate case activities. Develop and implement appropriate systems for collecting and organizing case materials. Observe confidentiality of client and firm matters. This position supports attorneys who practice in civil commercial litigation and asbestos.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

    "Essential functions" are primarily job duties that incumbents must be able to perform unassisted or with some reasonable accommodation made by the employer.

    · Prepare answers and initial discovery requests.

    · Submit plaintiffs’ releases and collect medical and employment records through T-scan (usually)

    · Review medical records and prepare medical chronologies.

    · FOIA/Public Record Requests and subpoenas.

    · Oversee incoming discovery and documents from other parties.

    · Prepare witness disclosures.

    · Compile expert review materials and communicate with experts.

    · Prepare ER 904, witness and exhibits lists, and other trial preparation.

    · General case and case schedule/calendar oversight.

    · Eclipse SE or other database experience (end user).

    Position involves recurring work situations with occasional variation from the normal to a high degree of complexity. Employee must perform all duties with minimal supervision. Overtime may be required during periods of heavy workload.

    QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

    · Proficiency with MS Office applications and database capabilities. Experience with Eclipse, Chrome River, LiquidFiles, WestLaw OnePass, CourtTrax, ExpertTime, DM, eCopy PDF Pro Office and Innova, or similar technology, is strongly preferred.

    · Substantial knowledge of legal terminology and court procedures.

    · Knowledge of case economics and case management techniques.

    · Excellent oral and written communication skills.

    · Ability to instruct and coordinate activities of other paralegals and litigation assistants.

    EDUCATION/TRAINING: Associate or undergraduate degree and/or Paralegal Certificate or experience demonstrating required skills.

    EXPERIENCE: 5+ years' paralegal experience.

    WORKING CONDITIONS: Normal office environment with little exposure to excessive noise, dust, temperature and the like. Travel outside the office may be necessary occasionally.

    The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of essential responsibilities or requirements.

    Job Type: Full-time

    To apply send resume : careers@williamskastner.com

  • 07/08/2019 8:47 AM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Real Estate and/or Corporate In‐House Paralegal Position (Full‐Time)

    Hadley Properties is a closely held real estate development company with operations in Seattle, Honolulu, and Colorado Springs. We have an exciting opportunity for a strong corporate paralegal who can contribute immediately across multiple areas of the company and become an integral member of our team.

    This position is full‐time in nature, and reports to the general counsel. This paralegal will be energetic and hands‐on; able to balance multiple priorities; and enthusiastic about participating in and supporting all aspects of the company, at whatever level is required, including corporate recordkeeping, management of community associations (HOA and Condo Associations), and file system organization and oversight.

    In all our team members, we value common sense, high‐level problem‐solving skills, attention to detail, a strong work ethic, and a willingness to work as part of a dynamic team. Our goal is how to best meet the needs of the organization and its clients quickly, efficiently, and creatively. We find the best ideas come from discussion and collaboration.

    Qualifications include:

    • Ability to work independently and as a part of a team.

    • Ability to prioritize workload, in a fast‐paced setting.

    • Exceptional organizational skills and high attention to detail.

    • Experience with file/database management.

    • Strong research skills.

    • High emotional intelligence.

    • Experience with corporate minutes and minute books.

    • Experience with closing binders.

    • Tech Savvy

    • Adept at time tracking of renewals and deliverables (i.e. corporate filings, other government agency

      filings, insurance, contract dates, etc.).

    • Experience with initial drafting, review and proofing for a variety of contracts.

    • Must have exceptional written and oral communication skills.

    • Minimum of 3 years’ applicable experience required.

      Competitive compensation package includes:

    • Medical, dental, and vision coverage, for employee and family, with modest employee contribution

    • Generous PTO

    • 401k

    • Group life, short‐term, and long‐term disability insurance

    • Parental leave
      To apply, please send resumes to 
      MeghanB@HadleyProperties.com. Qualified applicants will be contacted to

      set up an interview.

      Hadley Properties and affiliates are equal opportunity employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.

  • 06/26/2019 1:33 PM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Paralegal - Licensing & Regulatory Compliance Director

    • Abode Healthcare is a growing home health and hospice company that specializes in making a difference.  We are seeking a collaborative and high integrity paralegal to serve as our Licensing & Regulatory Compliance Director. Job duties of this rewarding position include the following:

    • Assists the Corporate Compliance & Privacy Officer with administration of the company’s Compliance Plan and prevention, detection, and follow-through activities to assure compliance with all legal and regulatory statutes. 
    • Obtains and maintains the company’s state licenses.
    • Anticipates and responds to state business reporting requirements related to licensure and permits.
    • Ensures maintenance of existing registrations in compliance with applicable laws and requirements.
    • Ensures maintain of state business qualifications and requirements.
    • Researches state and federal laws, statutes, and regulations in support of company initiatives.
    • Responds to all requests for Additional Documentation Request (ADR) and appeals for federal, state, and commercial payors in a timely manner.
    • Provides education to enterprise staff as needed related to finding of payors’ review of clinical records.
    • Our comprehensive benefit package (after 30 days of full-time employment) includes medical, dental, and vision coverage, life insurance, optional supplemental coverage at discounted rates, generous paid-time off, and 401k.

      The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in business, healthcare, pre-law, or related field.
    • At least three years of experience in healthcare, working with Medicare and Medicaid programs and enrollment preferred.
    • Knowledge of state and federal healthcare regulations and licensing requirements as applicable to home health and hospice preferred.
    • Highly organized and detail oriented.
    • Good verbal and written communication and public relations skills.

    Interested candidates should email their resume to whitney.fowler@abodehealthcare.com

  • 06/26/2019 9:15 AM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Todd Bowers & Associates is offering an opportunity to join a high performing insurance staff counsel for State Farm Insurance Companies. Join a community of employees that are challenged, guided, and empowered.

    Todd Bowers & Associates, insurance staff counsel for State Farm insurance companies, is seeking a paralegal for the Seattle, WA office. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to supporting two attorneys with discovery, medical record collection, witness disclosure, expert witness preparation, and pre-trial motions in first- and third-party insurance defense cases. Working knowledge of Washington Civil Rules of Procedure and Rules of Evidence is preferred. The most qualified candidates will have at least 2 years of civil litigation experience in personal injury cases, the ability to work independently, prioritize workload, multi-task in a fast-paced environment, and communicate effectively. Paralegal certificate or paralegal education is a plus.

    Competencies: Accountability, Communication, Critical Thinking, Work Ethic, Teamwork

    What You Can Expect:

    • Next Steps: Competitive candidates may be invited to participate in the interview process. This is where the excitement begins!


    What's in It for You

    • Competitive Benefits, Pay and Bonus Potential
    • Volunteer opportunities: Get involved and give back to the community!
    • A Learning Culture: Mentoring, Professional Designations, Employee Development, and more!
    • 401k Plan and FULLY FUNDED PENSION: Yes, both. This is kind of a BIG deal!
    • We embrace Diversity and Inclusion: We are one team and it is simply the right thing to do!
    • Learn more about our benefits at State Farm Careers!


    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Assists attorneys in discovery and pre-trial matters under attorney supervision
    • Assists attorneys in handling assigned case files and delivering other legal services under attorney supervision
    • Performs other duties as assigned


    Additional Details:

    • Litigation or paralegal experience, paralegal degree or certificate and/or medical training is required
    • Maintains paralegal competency by participation in continuing education programs
    • Must successfully complete orientation and training program as designated by the Managing Attorney or the Law Department
    • Travels via commercial transportation or driving to job related activities
    • May work irregular hours because of workload and nature of the work

    COMPLIANCE:

    • Each State Farm associate has a responsibility to deal fairly and honestly with others, and to comply with all applicable law, regulations, and codes of conduct. This includes the obligation to raise issues if an associate is concerned that legal or ethical standards are not being met by the company or any associates. No one will be retaliated against for communicating concerns to the company in good faith. We all have a responsibility to exercise good judgment, honesty, and integrity when performing our jobs. Throughout this document there are many references to State Farm's goals and how an individual will better serve the needs of our customers. In all cases, it remains, and will continue to be State Farm's intention to market and sell all of its products and services to a diverse customer base, and to do so in full compliance with all laws and regulations of the jurisdictions in which we do business

    PROFESSIONALISM and ETHICAL BEHAVIOR:

    • CLC-wide competencies are at the core of CLC's entire performance management and compensation system. For that reason, these competencies are the same for every CLC employee. As we constantly strive to provide high quality service and to facilitate the fair and efficient administration of justice, we must be ever mindful that both are premised upon strict adherence to professionalism and ethical behavior in accordance with the applicable Rules of Professional Conduct



    Requisition ID:
    req8545

    Job Title:
    Paralegal

    Number of Openings:
    2

    Job Category:
    Professional/Technical

    Employment Type:
    Regular Full-Time

    Shift:
    First

    Weekends:
    Not Required

    Location:
    Seattle, WA

    Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/rw34hzj7h4zr38mj


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  • 06/20/2019 1:06 PM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Legal Hold Manager

    Professional Standards

    Job #S20190422 – Seattle, Washington

    The Legal Hold Manager will serve as a member of the Professional Standards Department providing experienced legal hold support to the Firm’s Legal Hold Counsel. This position will support compliance activities associated with the legal hold process and other programs and procedures, including the drafting of communications and participation in internal discovery efforts. This position will include corporate research, document and information management, database management and other duties requiring technical expertise, judgment, discretion and attention to detail.

    Primary Job Responsibilities:

    Ability to independently plan and manage assignments delegated by the Legal Hold Counsel.

    Support for the Legal Hold Counsel on preservation and internal discovery efforts as well as support for other firm compliance and information governance activities, as directed by the Legal Hold Counsel.

    Assist with internal reporting on compliance issues and programs. Assist in Firm discovery process, including document review and production of privilege logs.

    Perform research and investigative tasks as needed. Draft and revise legal documents and correspondence. Provide appropriate information and prepare reports, as requested.

    Manage Legal Hold database, review status of legal holds, and participate in database updates and testing.  

    Specific Skills Required:

    • Ability to work at a high level in a fast-paced legal environment while sustaining a superior attention to detail.
    • Demonstrated flexibility and adaptability to meet the requirements of new and developing assignments, making progress despite ambiguity.
    • Outstanding written and oral communications skills, including the ability to communicate with lawyers and staff, with a demonstrated ability to effectively achieve assignment goals.
    • Strong analytical, problem-solving skills.
    • Strong knowledge of litigation discovery practices and databases.
    • Strong knowledge of document management databases, information storage applications and systems utilities.
    • Possess strong organizational skills.
    • Ability to establish effective working relationships with Firm lawyers and staff.
    • Strong independent judgment skills and demonstrated ability to take initiative and exercise discretion.
    • Excellent time management skills, with the ability to coordinate a heavy ongoing workload and complex and/or multiple projects efficiently and simultaneously, with a strong sensitivity to deadlines and Firm priorities, and without stringent supervision and direction.
    • Comprehensive working knowledge of standard MS Office applications including Word, Excel, and SharePoint. 
    • A proven history of trustworthiness with highly confidential and sensitive data, and the ability to keep privileged Firm and client information strictly confidential. 

    Specific Skills Preferred: 

    • Demonstrated fluency in internet and database research.
    • Working knowledge of records and information management principles in a law firm environment.
    • Working knowledge of ethical guidelines.
    • Ability to detect procedural problems and determine appropriate resolutions.

    Education & Experience:

    The position requires a Bachelor’s degree and five years of legal hold or complex litigation support experience. Experience with information governance, compliance programs, information management and security programs is helpful.

    Please Apply Online:

    https://www.perkinscoie.com/en/about-us/careers/professional-staff/job-listings/legal-hold-manager-jobs20190422-seattle-wa.html

  • 06/20/2019 1:01 PM | WSPA (Administrator)

    CLASS ACTION OUTREACH - BILINGUAL (SPANISH)

    NEW JD OR PARALEGAL NEEDED ASAP

    Our client, a well-respected and established downtown Seattle legal services provider is currently seeking temporary assistance for a bilingual projects. New JD graduates, or paralegals are preferred. Qualified candidates must have fluent written and oral English and Spanish skills. This is an excellent opportunity to get your foot in the door and receive excellent experience working with class action lawsuits. The is a full-time, 40-hour per week, position that is expected to last 6 to 12 months.

    The successful candidates will have:

    • Ability to review data to assess commonality and differences between claim records;

    • Ability to conduct research through public websites;

    • High attention to detail;

    • Proofreading skills;

    • Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel;

    • Experience talking with unrepresented clients by phone a plus;

    • Experience and ability to handle highly confidential documents.

      FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION – APPLY NOW!

      For immediate and serious consideration, please email your resume to Legal Team
      at 
      SearchTeam@QPQLegal.com if you have the above experience. Please indicate the job title, CLASS ACTION OUTREACH BILINGUAL, in all caps in the subject line of your email. Your inquiries are always held in the strictest confidence. If this position is not for you, feel free to forward it on to a friend. Visit www.QPQLegal.com to learn about the additional opportunities we have to offer.

      ABOUT LAW DAWGS / QUID PRO QUO

      LAW DAWGS and QUID PRO QUO are leading specialized full-service legal and corporate recruitment and placement companies providing a complete range of attorney, paralegal and support staff recruitment solutions to the legal, corporate and government communities. Our placement and recruitment specialists have been providing professional, personalized service to our clients and our candidates for almost two decades. Positions secured include: Contract Attorneys, Associate/Lateral Attorneys, Partners/Of-Counsel, In-House Corporate Attorneys, Litigation/Trial Preparation Teams, Record Digesters and Contract Administrators, Legal Assistants, Paralegals, Legal Secretaries, Executive Assistants, Administrative Assistants, File Clerks, Word Processors, Receptionists and all support staff.

      Our Recruitment Specialists are attorneys, executives, legal and corporate professionals, and we have earned one of the most respected reputations in the industry for attracting top local and national clients and the best in professional talent.

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    LAW DAWGS and QUID PRO QUO seek candidates and fill positions at all levels of the law firm or corporation. Specific positions may be on an Interim, Project, Temporary-to-Hire, or Direct Hire basis.

  • 06/18/2019 5:09 PM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Paralegal

    Trademark, Copyright, Internet & Advertising 

    Job #S20190619A – Washington, D.C. 

    Perkins Coie LLP's nationally-recognized Trademark, Copyright, Internet & Advertising practice is seeking an experienced trademark paralegal (5+ years) in the Washington D.C. office. This position will assist lawyers and national clients with domestic and international trademark clearance, registration, renewal, and enforcement. The candidate will work closely with attorneys, other paralegals and various clients in a team environment to assist in rendering exceptional client service. The ideal candidate selected for this position must be able to prioritize and handle multiple tasks effectively, work well under pressure, work independently, and effectively communicate with clients and all levels of firm personnel. Requires a BA degree and at least five years of relevant trademark experience or equivalent. This position may be based in Washington DC or Seattle.

    Please Apply Online:

    https://www.perkinscoie.com/en/about-us/careers/professional-staff/job-listings/paralegal-job-s20190619a-washington-dc.html

  • 06/18/2019 5:07 PM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Paralegal

    Trademark, Copyright, Internet & Advertising 

    Job #S20190619B – Seattle, Washington 

    Perkins Coie LLP's nationally-recognized Trademark, Copyright, Internet & Advertising practice is seeking an experienced trademark paralegal (5+ years) in the Seattle, WA office. This position will assist lawyers and national clients with domestic and international trademark clearance, registration, renewal, and enforcement. The candidate will work closely with attorneys, other paralegals and various clients in a team environment to assist in rendering exceptional client service. The ideal candidate selected for this position must be able to prioritize and handle multiple tasks effectively, work well under pressure, work independently, and effectively communicate with clients and all levels of firm personnel. Requires a BA degree and at least five years of relevant trademark experience or equivalent. This position may be based in Washington DC or Seattle.

    Please Apply Online: 

    https://www.perkinscoie.com/en/about-us/careers/professional-staff/job-listings/paralegal-job-s20190619b-seattle-wa.html

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