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  • 10/06/2020 12:19 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Public Defender Association

    • LEAD – Racial Disparity Project Paralegal Position


      The  (PDA) is looking for a paralegal to assist the legal team. The legal team at PDA engages in direct representation, impact litigation, and policy advocacy. The legal team represents individuals in a broad spectrum of substantive areas and supports the work of other projects housed at PDA. 

      Organization Description

      PDA advocates for justice system reform and develops alternatives that shift from a punishment paradigm to a system that supports individual and community health. Grounding reform in a public health and safety framework, PDA develops new strategies and implements models that improve on conventional responses to crime and public order issues. In collaboration with community and government partners, PDA uses policy advocacy, organizing, litigation, and public education to achieve its goals. The paralegal would principally work with the Policy & Legal Department, one of PDA’s four primary project areas:

    • Civil Survival: Civil Survival organizes people who have been directly impacted by the criminal justice system to build connections, gain knowledge, increase political participation, and provide legal advice and services to individuals post-conviction.     
    • Collective Justice: Collective Justice aims to reduce harm caused by violence and mass incarceration by building effective, trauma-informed healing responses that reflect healing justice principles. 
    • Let Everyone Advance with Dignity/Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD): PDA houses the project management team for the LEAD program. LEAD is a community-based diversion approach with the goals of improving public safety and public order and reducing unnecessary criminal legal system involvement of people who participate in the program. 
    • Policy & Legal Department: PDA’s policy and legal department promotes responses to public health and safety challenges that address the needs and goals of communities most disproportionately impacted by the criminal legal system. Current focus areas include police accountability, drug user health, and ending criminal-legal monetary sanctions.  

    • Job Description

      The paralegal hired will work under the direction of the attorney assigned to the case, but will generally be supervised by the Legal Director.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to

      Supporting all aspects of litigation by:

    • Providing paralegal support for a wide range of federal, state, and administrative litigation, including impact litigation, appeals, and amicus briefs;
    • Assisting in case management, including maintenance of electronic files, physical files, court records, and litigation calendars; anticipating and identifying potential litigation tasks and preparing accordingly;
    • Formatting, preparing and proofreading correspondence, legal pleadings, briefs, memoranda, declarations, routine filings, and other documents independently and consistent with attorney instructions;
    • Assisting in proper formatting of citations in legal filings;
    • Filing documents with courts and ensuring proper service to all parties is conducted. This will involve research into the jurisdictional rules and processes with respect to filing and service;
    • Assisting with the discovery process, including scheduling depositions, assisting with discovery requests and responses, organizing discovery, and preparing /filing pleadings and privilege logs;
    • Assisting with management of the legal services intake process, including support with intake review, conflicts check searches, and data entry in legal services case management system;  
    • Communicating with clients and other parties, as necessary, whether in-person, through email, or via phone/zoom, to assess legal needs, conduct intakes, and otherwise gather information to assist in representation;
    • Coordinating with clients and their other community supports to collect case documents, such as medical records, that will be utilized in legal representation;     
    • Independently researching and analyzing legal sources such as statutes, recorded judicial decisions, legal articles, treaties, constitutions, and legal codes to prepare legal documents, such as briefs, pleadings, appeals for review, approval, and use by attorneys;
    • Preparing for and attending trial (organizing evidence and preparing exhibits);
    • Obtaining court records information through online court portals, including the Judicial Access Browser System;  
    • Filing public disclosure requests for documents related to legal representation;      
    • Managing client case files (creating, organizing, tracking and maintaining files, and determining and calendaring deadlines);         
    • Conducting factual research; and      
    • Assisting with special projects and other clerical duties related to litigation and policy advocacy work within the organization.
    • Qualifications

      Five to seven years prior experience as a litigation paralegal or legal assistant preferred. Certificate in Paralegal Studies preferred but those with relevant work experience are encouraged to apply.

    • Knowledge and commitment to learn court filing protocols; legal terminology; legal forms, documents, and citation; and federal, state, and appellate court rules.
    • Excellent writing and proofreading skills.
    • Familiarity with criminal defense, family law, and housing law preferred.
    • Demonstrated intermediate to advanced computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, G-Suite email system, and Adobe Acrobat Pro, ability to conduct internet research, and ability to learn and master new software applications.  
    • Experience working in a paperless office environment.  Prior experience in the organization of case files and documents in a cloud setting and ensuring compliance with an office’s organizational methodology to ensure accuracy in the maintenance of records.
    • Experience working with clients with mental illness, substance use disorder, and other disabilities is highly preferred. The applicant should demonstrate an understanding and empathy with the stresses experienced by clients who are impacted by poverty, mental illness, unstable housing, substance use disorder, domestic strife, and other barriers. The ideal candidate will be skilled in helping these clients engage in their own representation through the principles of harm-reduction—meeting clients where they are, in a way that is responsive to their specific needs.
    • Demonstrated cultural competence and sensitivity in working with diverse clients, communities, and colleagues.
    • Desire to work collaboratively with the ability to work independently.
    • Strong drive and initiative with the ability to manage time well in an environment of many concurrent assignments and deadlines.
    • A willingness and desire to jump in and help on any project, to learn new skills, and to take ownership of assignments.
    • Accurate and detail-oriented, with the ability to give and receive feedback effectively.
    • Location

      Seattle, WA; Work from home 

      PDA employees are primarily working remotely to reduce COVID-19 exposure, and work from home may continue after the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees working from home must have access to the internet but office equipment and supplies will be provided. Occasional in-person work may be required if necessary to provide legal services. If in-person work is required, PDA will provide all appropriate personal protective equipment. 


      Salary range is $56,973 to $74,337, depending on experience. Within the position salary range, salary increases 3% annually, subject to Board of Directors approval. An additional annual cost of living increase is provided at the discretion of the Board of Directors. Benefits include:

    • 401k match of up to 4% of salary, beginning after six months of employment;
    • Annual, 2% of salary, profit sharing contribution to 401k, provided in most years;
    • Generous medical and dental benefits for employees and family members;15 days vacation, accrued annually, increasing to 24 days vacation, accrued annually;
    • 2 personal/sick days, accrued annually;
    • Unlimited ORCA card; and
    • Monthly $50 employer cell phone contribution.

    This is a Fair Labor Standards Act exempt, at-will position; continuation in the position depends on both performance and funding.

    Equal Opportunity Employer

    PDA is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and fosters an environment free of barriers and discriminatory practices. PDA actively promotes mutual respect, acceptance, teamwork and productivity. PDA is committed to maintaining an organization whose staff, Board and clients are diverse in background, experience, race, color, national origin, gender, age, religious affiliation, marital status, sexual identity, sensory, mental or physical abilities, veteran status, and other qualities that strengthen the program while reinforcing its commitment to basic fairness. People of color, those directly impacted by the criminal justice system, people who identify as queer, trans, lesbian, gay, or bisexual, and those with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Individuals needing a reasonable accommodation for the application or interview process should contact Prachi Dave at Prachi.dave@defender.org.

    How to Apply

    Email your cover letter and resume to the following to Jamila Taylor at jamila.taylor@defender.org by Friday, October 23, 2020 at 11:59 pm. Cover letter and email subject line should clearly reference “LEAD Paralegal”.  Cover letter should include description of any past experience, personal or professional, with low income or other marginalized communities. 

  • 09/29/2020 5:06 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Growing Eastside mid-size law firm seeking an experienced, full-time probate / estate planning paralegal. We are looking forward to finding the right legal professional to add to our growing team of staff and attorneys, who practice in the areas of estate planning, probate, business, and real estate.

    The successful candidate will have solid legal experience and the ability to:

    • Provide excellent customer service to our clients and our internal lawyers and staff;

    • Communicate with accuracy and poise, both in writing and orally;

    • Work independently and exercise good judgment;

    • Have knowledge of, and experience working with, the various probate and estate planning forms/procedures, including the drafting of preliminary estate planning documents;

    • Proofread and edit legal pleadings and other documents; excellent attention to detail;

    • Client intake, and calendaring/docketing;

    • Superb organizational skills and time management skills;

    • Flexible team player and skilled collaborator;

    • Business/corporate experience a plus, but not required;

    • Familiarity with the preparation of estate tax returns;

    • Bachelor’s degree and/or paralegal certificate preferred, but not required.

    • Position will be onsite initially, but will be evaluated for remote work due to Covid-19 once successful candidate is fully trained and acclimated.

      We offer competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a collegial work environment in downtown Bellevue. Qualified and interested applicants should send cover letter and resume to bhigley@prklaw.com.

  • 09/15/2020 8:23 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Please apply below 


    The U.S. Small Business Administration has an urgent need for Paralegals/Attorneys to review and close SBA Disaster Loans.  Real Estate experience is a plus. Individuals waiting on bar results may apply. Attorneys must present a current bar card but may be licensed in any state.  

    Paralegal Specialist
    GS-0950-09/11; Full time (Temp)
    Office of Disaster Assistance (ODA); Processing Disbursement Center (PDC); Fort Worth, TX;
    Open to United States Citizens

    Attorney Advisor (Gen)
    (Supersedes previous announcement, EXC-20-057-PDC-10755112, to amend duty location)
    GS-0301-09/11; Full time (Temp)
    Office of Disaster Assistance (ODA); Processing and Disbursement Center (PDC); Duty Station Negotiable.
    Open to United States Citizens

    Carl Dombek, Public Affairs Specialist

    Office of Disaster Assistance - Field Operations Center East
    U.S. Small Business Administration

  • 09/08/2020 1:29 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Washington State Supreme Court Olympia, Washington


    Chamber of the Chief Justice


    Chief Justice Debra Stephens is seeking a full-time Judicial Administrative Assistant (JAA). This position works on a team with a judicial assistant, assigned chamber law clerks, and externs to assist Chief Justice Stephens in her work on cases, court committees, and the community.

    The JAA is the point person for communications and information flow between Chief Justice Stephens and the public, other Justices and their staff, staff in other court departments, and the Administrative Office of the Courts. The JAA develops communications and reporting techniques, procedures, and methods that enable the Chief Justice to be fully informed of activities and progress of the Court and its Departments. The JAA assembles materials needed for casework, meetings, and presentations; monitors deadlines; proofreads, cite checks, and prepares all the assigned opinions for circulation and publication.

    The JAA orients the Chief Justice’s law clerks to policies and procedures; maintains close working relationship with the Supreme Court Clerk, Reporter of Decisions, Law Librarian, Commissioner, and State Court Administrator.

    This position’s duties and responsibilities include managing Chief Justice Stephens’ busy schedule; closely monitoring and promptly responding to communications including emails, organizing and maintaining files; coordinating events such as tours; and supervising the judicial assistant, law clerks, and judicial externs. The JAA also assists with administrative duties such as expense reports and tracking the chamber’s budget.

    In addition to administrative work, a significant part of the JAA’s time may be spent helping with the court’s substantive casework. In collaboration with the law clerks, the JAA may take on research and writing projects relating to cases. The ideal candidate will actively participate in committees and groups of where the Chief Justice is a chair or a member.

    Requirements, Qualifications, and Credentials

    Education: A Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration, public administration, or closely related field; or an Associate of Arts with a Paralegal degree.

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    Experience: Two years of experience as a legal secretary in a court environment; or five years of progressively responsible administrative experience, four years of which must be in a legal or court-related environment.

    The Preferred Candidate Will Have

    • Paralegal training and experience, plus significant administrative experience in a legal or court-related environment.

    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office software, cloud storage, and common office equipment

    • Knowledge of court systems, legal source materials, Shepardizing, Uniform System of Citations, Washington Reports Style Manual, Chicago Manual of Style, and Government Printing Office Manual

    • Experience working with people of diverse backgrounds and working on a team

    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise good judgment

    • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, manage time, and meet



      • $59,688-$80,292 annually (Range 59) DOQ

      • Medical/Dental, Life Insurance, and Long Term Disability Insurance


      • Paid Vacation and Sick Leave

      • State Retirement Plan


        This position is open until filled; review of applications for this opportunity will beginSeptember 18, 2020. This recruitment will close when enough qualified applications are received. If you are interested in this opportunity, your prompt application submission is encouraged.

        Submit a cover letter specifying how you meet the qualifications of the position (no more than two pages), current résumé, unofficial transcript, and completed judicial branch application (found at the end of this page or go to www.courts.wa.gov/employunder Current Openings, click on Washington Courts, the Application is located at the bottom of the page) by postal service, email, or fax to:

        Administrative Office of the Courts Attention: Human Resources
        P.O. Box 41170
        Olympia, WA 98504-1170

        Fax: 360-586-4409
        Or via email to 
        Employment@courts.wa.gov (preferred)

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    The Supreme Court will not accept applications. Please submit all applications as indicated above.

    The Supreme Court is committed to the practice of equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, pregnancy, race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, creed, physical, mental or sensory disability (actual or perceived), use of a service animal, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran or military status, age, HIV or Hepatitis C status, or any other basis protected by federal or state law. Persons of disability needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this announcement in an alternative format, please contact Melody Long, AOC Human Resource Office, at (360) 704-4143 or fax (360) 586-4409, or via email to employment@courts.wa.gov.

  • 08/19/2020 10:02 AM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    The Pro Bono Specialist will report directly to the Pro Bono Program Manager and will provide support to the firm-wide Pro Bono and Social Impact Management Team on a number of the firm’s pro bono and social impact programs and initiatives. 

    We value entrepreneurial self-starters who bring innovative solutions to the table.   

    At Davis Wright Tremaine, you will find challenging assignments, opportunities for professional growth and community involvement, and a culture of inclusion. DWT fosters inclusiveness and authenticity. Regardless of position, everyone here has a voice and the support is unparalleled.

    On a typical day you will:

         * Provide assistance to the Pro Bono Program Manager on tasks related to the project management of pro bono initiatives

         * Assist both the Pro Bono Program Manager and the Social Impact Senior Manager with a wide range of Pro Bono and Social Impact-related activities and initiatives

         * Research the pro bono needs of local communities where the firm has offices and identify opportunities that meet or address the needs and interests of individual attorneys and practice groups

         * Establish and develop relationships with legal service organizations (LSOs) and community partners

         * Assist the Program Manager with pro bono “Lunch and Learns” and other continuing legal education programming across all eight offices, including coordination of logistics for the lunch and learns

         * Keep track of pro bono progress; prepare reports in an innovative, easily understood format using images and charts so that dense information can quickly be understood by the Pro Bono Committee, Partners-In-Charge, Practice Group Managers, and others; collect and compile data for office and practice group presentations

         * Respond to attorney and staff inquiries and facilitate dissemination of referrals, legal information materials, forms, and community resources

         * Respond to any and all questions regarding pro bono matters: matter opening process, engagement letters, scope questions, etc.

    * Help find attorneys to work on cases referred by LSOs, try to place cases, and see accepted cases through to completion

         * Work with Social Impact Senior Manager to identify and implement social impact opportunities in all firm-wide markets

         * Along with the Pro Bono Program Manager, assist the Social Impact Senior Manager and office managers to consult on and recommend gifting decisions; assist with charitable giving processes

         * Assist in maintaining pro bono intranet (portal), including internal pro bono opportunities database

         * Assist in maintaining Racial Equity and Justice email alias and post opportunities on a regular basis

         * Work with Pro Bono Committee Members and send office-specific opportunities for them to circulate on a regular basis, as requested by the Pro Bono Program Manager

         * Maintain the Pro Bono Committee’s key documents

         * Assist with collecting biographies for the Heart of Justice Award and other internal awards; create a survey to establish the winner

         * Prepare language for marketing to announce Pro Bono updates and wins on social media; work on branding and social media presence

         * Research pro bono awards nationwide and assist in applying individual attorneys and the firm for them

    * Respond to national/regional/local pro bono/CSR-related surveys (e.g., ABA Pro Bono Challenge Report, NALP, marketplace surveys, etc.)

         * Provide logistical support for pro bono educational conferences, and other events, including working directly with the Professional Development Department to secure CLE credits

         * Schedule appointments, meetings, Zoom conference calls, arrange food/beverage service (as necessary), produce nametags, and other meeting-related duties as requested

         * Attend team and other key meetings and take detailed minutes to build institutional database

         * Become knowledgeable about internal pro bono and social impact policies and procedures, in order to assist in responding to attorney and staff inquiries

      Join us if you have:

         * Demonstrated proficiency with or ability to learn portal-related web design programs is required; previous experience with ViDesktop or ability to learn and use database application is preferred

         * Demonstrated ability to employ independent judgment in developing strategies and approaches to strengthen the firm’s pro bono commitments

         * Self-motivated and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously; ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines

         * Ability to maintain professional discretion when dealing with highly sensitive, confidential information

         * Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and professionally with lawyers and staff, both in written and verbal communications

         * Attention to detail, accuracy, and analytical and organizational skills

         * Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work in a fast-paced environment in both team and independent settings

         * Strong client service skills are required, including understanding and responding to a variety of inquiries and requests

         * Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Access is required; knowledge of all MS Office products, including SharePoint, is strongly preferred

    A BS/BA degree and 2+ years of prior experience in a law firm and other professional services organization is helpful, but we are open to candidates from non-traditional backgrounds who have transferrable skills to succeed.   

     Who We Are

    Davis Wright Tremaine LLP is an AmLaw 100 law firm with eight offices nationwide. We are relentlessly committed to client service and look for candidates who share that commitment. At DWT, client service means having empathy for each client’s and each lawyer’s work and personal pressures, business objectives, and legal needs; anticipating their needs; and having the capabilities and commitment to deliver what matters most to them.

    What’s in it For You?

    DWT offers competitive compensation in addition to ample benefits including but not limited to:

         * Choice of health and vision insurance plans

         * 2 paid volunteer days for qualifying community service work

         * Dental plan

         * Fertility and adoption benefit

         * Paid sabbatical after 13 years of service

         * Tuition reimbursement

         * Commuter benefits

         * Retirement contribution

    Physical Requirements

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to feel and reach with hands and arms and frequently required to sit, stand, walk and occasionally stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.

    This job description intends to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position.  It is not intended to include all duties and responsibilities.

    Davis Wright Tremaine LLP believes that embracing diversity and inclusion brings out the best of what each individual has to offer and inspires us to build strong and lasting connections with each other, our clients, and our communities.  We are committed to promoting a diverse workforce and inclusive environment where every employee has the right to work in surroundings that are free from all forms of unlawful discrimination.  It is our policy to hire, promote, transfer, terminate, and make all employment-related decisions without regard to an employee’s sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical condition), race, color, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, religious creed, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, medical condition, military condition, military or veteran status or any other basis prohibited by applicable local, state, or federal laws.


    To apply for this position, please use the following URL:


  • 08/03/2020 8:44 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Rights & Permissions Coordinator

    • Department: Medical Education

      Supervisor: Charles Morris

      Status: Non-exempt, Part Time

      Travel Requirements: 0%

      Location: Remote

      What We Do

      Functional Medicine determines how and why illness occurs and restores health by addressing the root causes of disease for each individual.  The Functional Medicine model is an individualized, patient-centered, evidence-based approach that empowers patients and practitioners to work together to address the underlying causes of disease and promote optimal wellness.

      The Institute for Functional Medicine works to advance the highest expression of individual health through the widespread adoption of Functional Medicine.  To achieve this goal, our work is primarily focused in these five areas:

    • 1.     Education. We train Functional Medicine clinicians to act as change agents in reversing the epidemic of chronic disease. 
    • 2.     Access. We facilitate the broadest possible integration of Functional Medicine into the global healthcare system. 
    • 3.     Economics. We ensure that the practice of Functional Medicine is economically viable for providers, patients, and payers. 
    • 4.     Collaboration & Development. We create and support key alliances that advance IFM’s mission to make Functional Medicine the standard of care. 
    • 5.     Research. We catalyze and facilitate clinical research that supports the Functional Medicine model. 

    Why Join Us?

    Do Work That Matters. We are changing the way medicine is practiced and transforming the health (and lives) of millions of people around the world. Every single day, you get to impact the quality of high patient care by helping our team stay informed about emerging research trends as well as supporting literacy efforts throughout the organization.

    Career Opportunities Abound. We are a rapidly growing organization. As our team grows, so does your opportunity for more responsibilities.

    We Set the Standard. And we continually push those standards to new heights, winning us the respect of the industry, as well as the loyalty and engagement of a rapidly growing customer base.

    Support and Contribute to a Passionate, Motivated Team. Our team is hungry and inspired and we want you to be too. Strive to grow with us.

    Benefit Highlights

    • Paid medical, dental and vision insurance (dependent coverage offered at a competitive monthly premium)
    • Paid life insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance
    • Competitive vacation and sick leave
    • 401(k) with generous contribution
    • Position Summary

    • The Rights & Permissions Coordinator serves as a support resource within and outside the Medical Education department for the administration and coordination of the copyright compliance initiative. This Coordinator will play a supporting role in managing third-party asset use across the organization. 
    • In this role, the Rights & Permissions Coordinator will collaborate with the Referencing Services Specialist and IP Specialist to support the team in a variety of ways, including: 
    • Request and monitor permissions for third-party content and licensing agreements
    • Mitigate copyright infringement risk for visual and audio media, citations, tools, and presentations
    • Coordinate the purchasing of third-party assets
    • Review and recommend modifications to processes as part of a continuous improvement focus
    • Requirements

      Education and/or Experience

    • 3-4 years’ experience in rights and permissions, copyright, or licensing-focused position
    •  Associate’s Degree or Paralegal Certificate, preferred

      Skills Required:

    • Proven knowledge of copyright and related issues;
    • Familiarity with contracts and contractual requirements, and/or licensing processes;
    • Exceptional organizational, analytical, and critical thinking skills; able to manage competing priorities;
    • Ability to make decisions guided by policies, procedures, and business plans, and to inquire for clarification as appropriate;
    • Adaptability: Includes teamwork and flexibility needed to fulfill job responsibilities; must be capable of adapting to changes in work environment and accepting supervisory feedback;
    • Interpersonal skills: Includes attitude, behavior, and problem solving mindset that enable positive responses to diverse internal and external stakeholders’ needs and expectations; 
    • Ability to be self-directed with work activities, assess current status, anticipate obstacles and challenges, and recommend changes and improvements; 
    • Excellent written, verbal, listening, and inquiry skills; ability to communicate large amounts of information into concise, actionable language over the phone, in person, and via electronic media;
    • Collaborate on communication processes, goals, schedules, and outcomes;
    • Collaborate to develop procedures and plans to make relevant work decisions.
    Digital Fluency/Adaptation
    • Demonstrated expertise with MS Office Suite (Excel, Outlook, Word); 
    • Experience with EndNote, Zotero, Airtable and/or other library cataloging services, including support and implementation of such capabilities preferred;
    • Willingness and ability to adapt to new technologies and software, including internal digital asset management systems.

    Link to Apply


    IFM is an equal opportunity employer. We will not discriminate and will take measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment, advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions, and other conditions of employment against any employee or job applicant on the bases of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.

    Applicants Rights under Federal Employment Laws

    FMLA: https://www.dol.gov/sites/dolgov/files/WHD/legacy/files/fmlaen.pdf

    EEO: https://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf


  • 07/09/2020 3:54 PM | WSPA Bevins (Administrator)

    Job Title: Paralegal – Employment, Litigation, & Procurement Support


    Provide comprehensive legal support in the areas of employment, litigation, and procurement across all Slalom, LLC divisions. Based in Seattle.


    • Work directly with legal team members and other internal leaders to research and analyze laws and investigate issues
    • Assist in the preparation of legal documents to support internal and external clients
    • Provide legal support for all divisions across all geographies
    • Maintain a file system for legal documents and provide administrative support
    • Manage the administrative process of incoming legal requests
    • Provide transactional and litigation support to internal personnel and outside counsel
    • Provide support for complex projects and communications across various cross-departmental company functions
    • Draft and negotiate agreements, amendments, addenda, and other documents to new and existing vendor contracts
    • Provide front-line legal support to Human Resource business partners and recruiters
    • Train business groups on relevant legal issues, policies, and processes
    • Other duties as needed.


    • 4+ years of Paralegal experience
    • Transactional experience in sophisticated legal environments, with an emphasis in employment law, litigation support, and/or supporting an in-house procurement team
    • Strong analytical skills and problems solving ability
    • Quality work product
    • High degree of professionalism with demonstrated ability to follow through on commitments
    • Initiative and ability to be proactive and take calculated risks within defined boundaries
    • Excellent oral and written communications skills
    • Keen business sense, with the ability to find creative business-oriented solutions to legal issues, balancing legal risks against business interests
    • Dependability and accountability
    • Strong results orientation with a dedicated client focus and excellent interpersonal skills
    • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality
    • Demonstrated ability to work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines in a fast-paced environment, prioritize workflow and adjust to frequent workload fluctuations
    • Ability to work independently while also being a strong collaborator
    • Process-oriented with the ability and desire to find efficiencies, suggest and implement improvements.
    • Interest in working on non-traditional legal projects and initiatives on an ad hoc basis.
    • BA/BS
    • Paralegal Certificate

    Slalom Is An Equal Opportunity Employer And All Qualified Applicants Will Receive Consideration For Employment Without Regard To Race, Color, Religion, Sex, National Origin, Disability Status, Protected Veteran Status, Or Any Other Characteristic Protected By Law.


    Aaron L. Beck 


    Talent Acquisition Manager, Global Services

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