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  • 06/18/2021 2:50 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    NABP Solutions is seeking remote contractors for licensing compliance work in the pharmacy and drug supply chain industry. This work is well-suited for a paralegal or a JD with excellent attention to detail. JD and bar admission is not required.

    The hours will vary week to week, but a good estimate is somewhere around 15-25 hours per week with flexibility to complete the work at times convenient to you. Hourly rate is based on experience and credentials and ranges between $30-$50/hour. Licensing experience preferred, but not required. Tech savviness is a must!

    Please email hr@nabp.solutions with questions or interest. Provide a resume, relevant experience, and your general availability.

  • 06/16/2021 8:38 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Law Office Support Services (“LawSprt”)


    Probate Paralegal - Contract paralegal to prepare probate pleadings and help oversee several probate cases from open to close in the State of Washington for a virtual position.

    The right candidate should have strong written and verbal communication skills, outstanding organizational abilities, and above average analytical skills along with a strong work ethic.Candidates that will be considered for these positions should have a minimum of 5 to 10 yearsof probate experience, should be proficient in Excel and Microsoft Word, and possess exceptional computer skills which are essential for this position. Paralegal certification, advance certification, or college degree is preferred.  Knowledge of state specific filing/e-filing systems is required.

    Qualified applicants should send their resume directly to Margo T. Valenti, CEO by e-mail to: mvalenti@lawsprt.com.




  • 06/16/2021 8:34 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)


    Well-established suburban law office seeking respectful, responsive professional who loves to provide excellent client service.

    Initially a part time position (24-32 hrs/wk). May become full time, with competitive pay and benefits package.

    Option for hybrid work model with both in office and remote work days.


    Two or more years’ experience at a paralegal level in probate and guardianship matters.

    Demonstrated ability to: discern and docket critical events, interact with clients, assemble estate inventories and accountings, juggle and balance multiple open matters, and respond accurately and gracefully to emergent (attorney and client) needs. 

    Ability to hit the ground running; multiple active files will need your immediate and ongoing attention.

    Working knowledge of current King and Snohomish County rules and applicable laws. Familiarity with Westlaw, Accurint, and other legal research tools. 

    Microsoft Office applications, primarily Word, Excel, Outlook, CLIO, Acrobat and TimeSlips a plus.

    Willingness to share in covering for others and answering phones on an as needed basis.

    Email your resume and writing sample to: info@rgsw.com.

  • 06/16/2021 2:21 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)



    Paralegal, Housing Justice Project
    Salary DOE (grant funded), medical/dental available

    Overview: The Snohomish County Legal Services’ (SCLS) provides civil legal services to low- income individuals and families in Snohomish County. Legal assistance is provided using a hybrid model of staff and pro bono attorneys, and includes outreach, education, counsel, and advice, negotiated settlements, representation, and partnership development. The Paralegal will assist the Staff Attorneys to meet the goals of the Housing Justice Project.

    The Housing Justice Project (HJP) is a homelessness prevention program seeking a paralegal committed to social justice and interested in helping people in their community by providing legal assistance to low-income tenants facing eviction. Nationally recognized, HJP is the only court-based, housing-related legal services program in Snohomish County that provides direct, immediate, and real-time client representation to low-income residential tenants facing eviction in Snohomish County.

    Reports to: HJP Managing Attorney

    Essential HJP Paralegal Functions

    • Prepare and manage a high-volume caseload.

    • Participate in the training and support of HJP staff/volunteer attorneys.

    • Develop and maintain relationships with opposing counsel, the court, and the community.

    • Participate in specialized legal clinics, know your rights presentations, and other formal and informal opportunities for low-income tenants to access legal advice and representation; make referrals to other TPB clinics and programs and other organizations to ensure low- income tenants have holistic access to legal representation and client services for all legal needs.

    • Use, participate in, and cooperate with other programs operated by SCLS to improve existing legal services;

    • Participate in specific and general program volunteer recruitment and CLE trainings.

    • Provide attorney support to managing attorney.

    • View docket daily and check for conflicts.

    • Prepare and edit pleadings, correspondence, and other documents independently and consistent with attorney instructions;

    • Check/maintain potential client contact.

    • Schedule volunteer attorneys based on daily need.

    • Calendar and confirm court hearings and other dates.

    • Manage attorney calendar and schedule.

    • File pleadings and other legal documents with various courts.

    • Proofread and edit documents as needed.

    • Add attorney time and HJP outcomes to client files.

    • Maintain and search databases (Odyssey, LINX, JIS, etc.);

    • Set-up, organize and maintain client files in legal server.

    • Work with clients to gather and convey information, and ensure all relevant documents are brought to hearings.

    • Prepare material for oral arguments (Case law, etc.).

    • When necessary- prepare for trials; organize exhibits, witness materials, the trial notebook, and all other supporting documents; coordinate trial logistics.

    • Perform administrative functions for office, and at court, by scanning and filing documents into the client’s legal server file; perform word processing functions, perform filing, e-filing, service, working copies and calendar deadlines.

    • Maintain relevant resources and update quarterly.

    • Continue to expand legal knowledge in all areas, specifically related to tenant rights.

    • Provide support for community outreach events.

    • Work on special projects as assigned.

    • Perform other job duties as assigned.


    • Open/close clinic.

    • Intercept potential clients and conduct client interviews.

    • Collect court pleadings and relevant documents.

    • Provide administrative support for staff/volunteer attorneys.

    • Interact with court staff, opposing counsel, and sheriff’s department.

    • Draft relevant pleadings (NOA, Limited Dissemination, Order, etc.).

    • Make copies for opposing counsel, client and sheriff’s department, as necessary.

    • File documents with the clerk’s office.

    • Provide tenants with housing resources/exit packets.


    • Perform certain clerical duties: answer telephones, make appointments, take messages, and answer inquiries;

    • Screen and conduct interviews with drop-in clients, clients referred by CLEAR/VOA DRC, other community partners, determining eligibility for program services, and referral to community resources;

    • Meet with clients to prepare answers or notice of appearances- pre-eviction.

    • Correspond with opposing counsel/party, as necessary.

    • Interview client and draft necessary documents (limited dissemination, stay/vacate).

    • Draft letters for clients with pre-litigation notices.

    • Provide clients with relevant resources and packets (small claims, limited dissemination, stay/vacate)

    • Provide court support for clients in Ex Parte (signing in, setting hearings).

    • Assisting clients in serving documents on opposing counsel/party.

      Tenant Rights Clinics

    • Manage clinic and ensure correct legal issues are scheduled in legal server.

    • Assist managing attorney in answering questions and printing relevant documents.

    • Checking clients out after attorney advice and scheduling for follow-up, as necessary.

    • Ensuring all drafted letters are mailed to opposing counsel/party.

    • Follow-up with clients periodically after receiving correspondence from opposing counsel/party.


    • Attend CLEs, as necessary.

    • Work with community partners such as Tacoma Housing Authority, Pierce County Housing Authority, and MDC.

    • Attend staff and department meetings;

    • Attend various community homeless prevention events;

    • Attend training, as necessary;

    • Arranging and coordinating optional HJP-related volunteer attorney out-of-court functions.

      Experience and Qualifications

    • Knowledge of Washington housing law, or a commitment to learn this specialized field.

    • Litigation and direct client management experience preferred.

    • Demonstrated experience working directly with low-income clients, individuals from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds, survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault, or individuals from historically marginalized and oppressed communities.

    • Established commitment to providing legal assistance to low-income clients.

    • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively with others.

    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and LegalServer or other case management software.

    • Strong organizational skills with ability to prioritize, coordinate and simultaneously maintain multiple projects with high level of quality and productivity

    • Demonstrate attention to detail and ability to track and consistently meet deadlines

    • High initiative and self-starter & ability to work independently

    • Ability to analyze information quickly and work well in a fast-paced environment

    • Possess creative and critical thinking and problem-solving skills

    • Strong communication skills

      Physical Requirements

      The physical demands described above are representative of those required by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions. Ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time; interact with computer screens and manipulate essential computer components (i.e., mouse and keyboard). Mobility around the office, and abilities to bend/stoop, push/pull, and perform unassisted lifting consistent with the job duties are required.

      To Apply:

      For consideration, submit a letter of interest, resume, and 3 professional references to Jane Pak, Executive Director. janep@snocolegal.org

      2722 Colby Avenue, Suite 308 | Everett, WA  98201 

      For additional information please send an email to the same address.

  • 06/13/2021 9:09 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Dore Law Group is seeking an experienced litigation paralegal to join their office in Kent, Washington.  Dore Law group is a personal injury firm that has been practicing law for over thirty years.  They represent clients in all types of personal injury claims, including car accidents, commercial truck accidents, construction accidents to name a few. Dore Law Group takes pride in its work and its work environment, providing employees with a professional and friendly office.   Dore Law Group emphasizes a team approach to the delivery of excellent legal services.  The ideal candidate would be like-minded and would be able to hit the ground running.  

    • Qualified candidates for this position should have a background in personal injury and litigation, with a minimum of four to five years of paralegal experience   A minimum of three years of experience as a civil litigation paralegal is required. Candidates should also have experience in the following: 

      • Working knowledge of State and Federal court rules and local rules 
      • Serving documents, drafting and answering discovery requests
      • Legal research and motions practice
      • Ordering and summarizing records
      • Preparing correspondence and demands
      • Managing deadlines with a heavy case load
      • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and be familiar with electronic filing systems (ECF, PACER, etc.).

    Dore Law Group is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all staff.  Dore Law Group offers a competitive benefits package and a competitive salary based on the candidate’s experience.  

    To apply for this position, please send your resume, cover letter, and references in PDF format to admin@dorelawpllc.com.  Qualified candidates will be contacted for interviews.  

  • 06/10/2021 6:24 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Who We Are At Gonzaga we don’t just state our mission. We live it every day as a Catholic, Jesuit, and humanistic University. It is the reason we exist and the foundation for our purpose: educating students for lives of leadership and service. From students to faculty and staff members, everyone here knows what we stand for – and they know how valuable our mission is to the success of our institution. Our competitive benefit packages are part of Gonzaga’s commitment to care for the whole person. Packages include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability insurance, flexible spending accounts, retirement, tuition benefits, and other University-provided benefits. We also provide numerous resources which help bring balance to the complexities of work and personal life through our work/life and wellness programs. 

    Position Title: Fixed Term Paralegal and Administrative Assistant

    Posting Number: S1488P

    Department: School of Law  

    Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, may include a few evenings to coordinate the Center events Fixed-Term 

    Employment Status: Fixed Term

    Temporary or Fixed-Term Assignment End Date: 05/31/2022

    Hours per Week: 40

    Months per Year: 12

    Job Purpose: Performs paralegal duties for clinics within the Center for Civil and Human Rights. Assists the clinical faculty members in performing a broad range of administrative duties, including grant application and reporting. The position also performs a wide range of complex administrative, student support, event planning, and budgetary duties for the Center for Civil and Human Rights. The candidate develops and maintains strong professional relationships and works collaboratively with a variety of internal and external stakeholders and is expected to function professionally with and without direct supervision, using discretion and maintaining confidentiality. 

    Essential Functions

    Essential Function Category Title: Paralegal Duties 

    % Of time for section :40%

    Function Details

    • Performs paralegal duties, including but not limited to drafting and finalizing pleadings, correspondence, and other legal documents, maintains a client caseload. Performs complex administrative support work for the supervising attorneys. Assists the clinic supervisors, law clerks, and legal interns. Instructs students and faculty on court procedures and legal office procedures (i.e. network, family law software, legal forms and timekeeping).

    • Review’s client applications for service, including screening and responding to incoming calls and applications, interviewing clients, and makes referrals to outside agencies as needed.

    • Interacts with law clinic students on a daily basis, providing procedural and basic legal information and guidance.

    • Interacts with a broad range of clients and members of area agencies and the legal community.

    • Performs all work with attention to detail, accuracy, and compliance with legal procedural requirements.

    • Ensures that legal documents are prepared according to established formats. Checks legal citations and references, ensures that legal documents are prepared in accordance with established formats, type legal documents from note taking records, tapes, CDs, handwritten or rough-typed drafts.

    • Acts as a liaison with grant administrators; prepares monthly and periodic statistical reports and annual grant renewal applications. 

    Essential Function Category Title: Administrative Support 

    % Of time for section: 40%

    Function Details 

    •Performs duties associated with scheduling, organizing, and operating conferences, seminars, events, and meetings, including coordinating logistics.

    • Uses multiple technical applications including word processing, database management, spreadsheets, graphics and presentation software, electronic calendar, email, internet, and Gonzaga-specific database programs.

    • Use spreadsheet and database software to create and monitor budget and track expenses.

    • Assists with correspondence and proofreading, as assigned.

    • Maintains professional and accurate records including confidential records, grades, reports, and information, both in electronic and written format. Also facilitates the transmission of accurate records, grades, reports and information to other departments.

    • Schedules and coordinates appointments, calendars, meetings, travel and other events, including the procurement of logistical needs.

    • Monitors assigned website(s) and calendar(s) to keep both up to date with changes and events.

    • Submits and monitors work orders for office and department members.

    • Maintains and orders supplies for the office. 

    Essential Function Category Title: Customer Service 

    % Of time for section: 10%

     Function Details 

    •Arrive on time to open and close office for daily operations. • Welcome and greet all visitors with pleasant and professional demeanor.

    • Assists students by determining who can best provide information needed by the student and providing basic and initial assistance to students.

    • Maintain the reception area environment, to include aesthetics, tidiness, and appropriate decorum (behavior).

    • Maintains and manages use of room reservations, when applicable.

    • Respond and proactively assist with inquiries on a multi-phoneline system and email communication in a timely and professional manner.

    • Proactively work to facilitate communication between students, stakeholders, other departments, and faculty.

    • Resolve complex and escalated issues. 

    Other Functions 

    University Work Values

    Promoting Excellence in Academic Endeavors and Professional Practice

    • Fostering intellectual depth, competence, reflection, and creativity in pursuing exemplary, rather than satisfactory, outcomes Sharing Responsibility for Mission Identity and Leadership

    • Making a personal commitment to learn about Gonzaga’s mission, discovering ways to contribute individually and collaboratively to our distinctive learning and research community Affirming a Commitment to Human Dignity

    • Engaging one another with profound respect, professionalism, and cura personalis while supporting one another’s continued learning, development, and maximizing of potential Advancing a Culture of Inclusiveness

    • Developing cultural fluencies and global awareness’s, and practicing habits that enable us to value, recruit, and support community members from historically underrepresented backgrounds Caring for Our Common Home and Integral Ecology

    • Growing ecological awareness of and respect for the interconnectedness of human and non-human life, and the need to develop and practice habits that are mutually beneficial to all life Cultivating Individual and Community Accountability

    • Demonstrating mutual commitment to our shared project by holding ourselves and others responsible for actions, expecting appropriate behavior, and aligning activities with ethical and professional standards

    Degree Required: HS diploma or GED

    Certifications and/or Licensures required: N/A 

    Knowledge Required: Early career, knowledge may be from education and/or some experience

    Years’ Experience Required:    5-7.99 years 

    Minimum Qualifications

    • High School diploma or GED.

    • Five or more years of legal experience as a legal assistant and/or paralegal.

    •Ability to relate and work well with diverse groups of people while representing the Law School in a professional manner.

    • Strong verbal and written communication skills necessary to communicate job-related processes to internal and external customers.

    • Microsoft Word skills to include the ability to create reports, containing graphs and other intermediate functions (e.g., perform mail merge, insert table of contents). • Microsoft Excel skills to include the ability to create spreadsheets (e.g., formulas, filters, graphs).

    • Maintain composure in fast paced work environment.

    • Demonstrated ability to manage competing priorities with frequent interruptions.

    • Demonstrated ability to operate with a high level of confidently and discretion. 

    • Demonstrated ability to accurately input data into various systems. 

    Desired Qualifications 

    • Bachelor’s degree or college course work in related filed

    • Two or more years of support experience in the higher education field

    • Proficient in creating table of contents and table of authorities

    • Status as registered paralegal.

    • Current Notary Public.

    Physical / Environmental Qualifications: This position performs work in an office environment and is essentially a sedentary position. Most functions are performed sitting, but may involve some time standing, stooping, kneeling, bending, crouching, lifting, walking, carrying, and other movements. Infrequently involved in lifting, carrying, and moving medium-weight (under 25 pounds) objects. There may be extensive hand and wrist movement related to computer keyboard work. This position must be able to be mobile campus wide for appropriate business needs. Organization of office paper supplies does require lifting up to 20 lb. boxes.

    Open Date:  05/25/2021

    Close Date 

    Open Until Filled: Yes

    Application Review Begins on: 06/08/2021

    Special Instructions to Applicants 

    EEO Statement Gonzaga University is a Jesuit, Catholic, humanistic institution, and is therefore interested in candidates who will contribute to its distinctive mission. Gonzaga University is a committed EEO/AA employer and diversity candidates are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their disability status and/or protected veteran status.

    Clery Statement Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics. The safety of all members of the campus community is of vital concern to Gonzaga University. Information regarding crime prevention advice, the law enforcement authority of Campus Security, policies concerning the reporting of any crimes which occurred on the campus (and other specified locations), other security and safety-related policies, as well as the crime statistics for the most recent 3-year period may be found in the Campus Safety and Security Guide and Annual Fire Safety Report. The Gonzaga-In-Florence Safety & Security Guide is also available. A copy of the report can be found online at www.Gonzaga.edu/Clery. A paper copy of the Campus Safety & Security Guide and Annual Fire Safety Report or the Gonzaga-In-Florence Safety & Security Guide may be obtained by contacting the Student Development Office on main campus, College Hall 120. The Florence Guide may also be obtained on the Florence campus in room 105. 

    Posting Supplemental Questions 

    Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). 

    1. Do you have a High School diploma or GED? 



    2. Do you have five or more years of legal experience as a legal assistant and/or paralegal? 



    Applicant Documents Required Documents 

    1. Resume

    2. Cover Letter 

  • 06/01/2021 9:48 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Title:  Corporate Paralegal –  Generalist 

    • Reports to:  VP of Real Estate Legal Services

      The Corporate Paralegal – Generalist, will be a part of the Real Estate Finance team and will provide support with finance transactions, entity management, and insurance issues. This position will provide support on organizational projects and project assistance to the other Corporate Paralegals.  Adherence to customer service philosophy by providing excellent customer service to Team Members and residents is paramount.

    Entity Management
    • This position will work closely with the team to understand each entity structure, its purpose, and transfers which occur.
    • Assist with administration of corporate entities by monitoring annual renewals, preparing signature blocks, and issuing W-9s.
    • Assist with renewing annual reports, business licenses, and permits.
    • Collaborate with the Facilities Department on vehicle purchase and leases.  Process all vehicle titles and initial registration to ensure vehicle are registered in the correct name and titles are on file. 
    • Process all ownership transfers or changes on business licenses, permits and vehicle titles.
    • Obtain certificates of insurance and other insurance information for lenders, vendors, staff, and communities.
    • Maintain current certificates of insurance for vendors under master contracts.
    • Maintain the insurance matrix to allow for current policy information to be visible across departments.
    • Maintain and renew required bonds.
    • Prepare quarterly claims reports by collaborating with the Company departments handling the claims.
    • Assist with renewal applications, maintaining files, processing invoices and other insurance matters.
    Finance Transactions
    • Provide support to CFO and VP of Real Estate Legal Services with transactions and participate in transactions as necessary.
    • Prepare a summary of the transaction at the outset and schedule kick-off meeting.
    • Assist with due diligence collection and resolve related issues.
    • Review vendor contracts for provisions affected by the transaction, create related exhibits, and handle any assignments.
    • Provide document preparation and execution support by completing templates, editing, formatting, printing, compiling exhibits, notarizing signatures, and coordinating document delivery for closing.
    • Manage and complete items on the post-closing list, including but not limited to transferring permits and vehicle titles.
    • General

    • Coordinate onsite inspections by lenders, insurance companies, etc.
    • Proofread agreements, letters and applications.
    • Update, maintain and further develop electronic and hard copy filing systems and trackers
    • Provide project management and/or related support to projects as they arise.
    • Assist with record retention and document storage. 
    • Support and collaborate with Corporate Paralegal to provide back-up support to each other.
    • Demonstrate a positive, professional and customer-oriented attitude about the company with co-workers, lenders, attorneys and others, whether the contact is by e-mail, telephone or in person.  Constantly strive for improvements in work process and results to better meet company expectations.
    • Other duties as assigned.
    • Job Qualifications

    • Exceptional time management and organization skills
    • Highly detail oriented
    • Affinity to update project trackers and files in the moment and not allow updates to pile up
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills 
    • Ability to work as member of a team and work effectively with all departments in the company as well as lenders, attorneys and other partners
    • Proficient in Smartsheet, Teams and Microsoft Office products, especially editing ability in Word and Adobe
    • Open to learning and utilizing new technological systems
    • Adaptable with ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment
    • 4 year degree in relevant field (in addition, completion of paralegal or legal assistant program), or equivalent education/work experience 
    • 2 years’ experience in a similar position 
    • Notary, or willing to become a notary and meets State qualifications to become a notary
    • Experience in real estate, insurance or legal fields preferred.


  • 05/27/2021 7:03 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    The world's leading aerospace company is seeking a Litigation Paralegal to join the Law Department within the Litigation practice group in our Washington office.

    • The ideal candidate will have outstanding people skills and the ability to work with a wide range of personalities and practice groups via telephone, e-mail, and in-person contact, be a team player, and have a combination of persistence and an ability to navigate through multiple layers of a complex organization like Boeing.  The ideal candidate will also have the ability to exercise sound judgment, experience with a high-volume caseload, and a desire to keep learning in an ever-changing environment.

      This role can be located at any of the following: Renton, WA; Tukwila, WA; Seattle, WA; Auburn, WA or Everett, WA. The main office will be in Seattle, WA with travel between sites as needed.

      Position Responsibilities:

      • Provide in-house paralegal support for general litigation matters
      • Respond to third-party subpoenas
      • Support the work of the attorneys in connection with internal and external investigations
      • Locate information and data custodians
      • Schedule and participate in investigative interviews
      • Collect, review or process data/documents for discovery or investigations
      • Prepare interview memoranda
      • Communicate with internal clients and outside counsel
      • General matter management, including issuing and maintaining document preservation notices
      • May be required to drive own personal vehicle to different Boeing locations to collect/drop off documents, conduct witness interviews, etc. (Reimbursement for mileage will be provided per Boeing policy)
      • Some domestic travel may be required

      The position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a “US Person” as defined by 22 C.F.R. § 120.15 is required. “US Person” includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.

      Basic Qualifications (Required Skills/Experience):

    • A minimum of five (5) years of litigation experience in either a law firm or corporate law department
    •  A minimum of five (5) years of experience working with Microsoft Office Applications
    • Preferred Qualifications (Desired Skills/Experience):

    • Paralegal Certificate or Bachelor’s Degree
    • Experience collecting documents and managing productions, including e-discovery

    Typical Education & Experience: 
    Education/experience typically acquired through basic education (e.g. High School diploma/GED) and typically 7 or more years' related work experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience (e.g. vocational school/Associate+5 years' related work, Bachelor+2 years' related work, etc.).


    Relocation assistance is not a negotiable benefit for this position. Candidates must live in the immediate area or relocate at their own expense.

    Drug Free Workplace:

    Boeing is a Drug Free Workplace where post offer applicants and employees are subject to testing for marijuana, cocaine, opioids, amphetamines, PCP, and alcohol when criteria is met as outlined in our policies. 

    Shift Work:

    This position is for 1st shift


  • 05/26/2021 4:37 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Job Description:

    Perkins Coie LLP's nationally-recognized Trademark, Copyright, Internet & Advertising group is seeking a highly-motivated Paralegal to join the Seattle office. This position will assist attorneys in the clearance and prosecution of U.S. and foreign trademark and copyright matters, including searches, enforcement, and due diligence.

    Essential Functions:

    • Ability to draft and file electronic trademark and service mark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office
    • Ability to prepare and file copyright applications with the U.S. Copyright Office
    • Independently draft domestic and international Office Action responses, related prosecution documents, and correspondence to clients
    • Communicate with foreign associates regarding international trademark matters
    • Register and manage Internet Domain Names, both generic and country extensions
    • Experience with adverse matters, demand letters and domain name arbitrations
    • Excellent accuracy in reviewing, monitoring, and maintaining docket deadlines
    • Must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communications and interpersonal skills to effectively interface with team members, staff, and employees at all management levels within the firm and within our clients’ organizations.
    • Exercise excellent judgment and initiative, and possess strong leadership, project management, and problem-solving skills to successfully drive projects to completion.
    • Keep accurate time and billing records and comply with clients’ billing requirements.

    Education & Experience:
    A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years of IP/Trademark paralegal experience is required.  Paralegal experience working with all levels of management and staff of Fortune 100 companies is preferred. Paralegal certificate is preferred.


  • 05/17/2021 9:17 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Elise Buie Family Law Group, PLLC is hiring a Paralegal for our virtual team. 

    Are you an experienced Washington Family Law paralegal with a demonstrated ability to multi-task and prioritize work assignments?

    Are you looking to join a dynamic team of professionals, where you can build collaborative relationships with other functional areas within the Firm, think independently, draft and create legal documents, and inter-face with clients on a daily basis?  Do you have excellent organizational skills?

    Do you enjoy learning new tasks and undertaking new challenges, while thriving in your zone of genius?

    If so, then this may be the perfect opportunity for you!

    We are seeking a professional who will be responsible for client communications, scheduling and case management; producing, organizing and maintaining litigation documents; preparation of and answering discovery; drafting of simple motions, in consultation with attorneys; conducting research; and assisting in drafting documents and binders and preparing for mediation and trials.

    In furtherance of our culture of embracing diversity, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status or any other characteristics protected by law.

    ** Experience with maintaining a billable hour goal or requirement, a must.

    ** Experience with Clio, a plus.

    ** At least 8-years-experience and knowledge of the Washington state court rules and procedures related to motions practice in King, Snohomish and Pierce County

    ** Reliable internet and phone service reception.

    We offer a competitive compensation package, comprehensive benefits package (including medical, dental, vision and disability insurance), Vacation Time, Wellness Benefit, 401K + and collegial yet virtual work environment. Compensation commensurate with experience.

    CONFIDENTIAL INQUIRIES should be emailed, including a Resume AND Cover Letter to hiring@elisebuiefamilylaw.com

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