Legal Admin (Document Management Technician)
- Schedule appointments, meetings, engagements, and conferences
- Receive and review incoming correspondence and forwards each item to the appropriate
- AUSA or to other staff based on a knowledge of the duties and functions of the United States Attorney's Office.
- Receive telephone calls and visitors, screening those which can be handled without help.
- Maintain legal and general office files.
- Review, screen, and control incoming mail.
- Review outgoing correspondence for procedural and grammatical accuracy, format, and presentation.
- Brings errors to the attention of the writer.
- Searches file for material used in recurring reports. Assembles file data or secures data from staff members into the proper format based on the purpose and nature of the report.
- Produce written documents utilizing a range of office automation software.
- Retrieves required information from various files and records and prepares legal documents with complicated formatting. Ensures proper spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar.
- Consults with document author to resolve questionable material.
- Use office software, provide automated litigation assistance to attorneys by preparing charts and other specialized materials relating to trial preparation and presentations.
- Use a variety of applications to search and retrieve information necessary to complete assigned tasks: e.g., an internal case management database, files located on shared file network, and external sources such as court records.
- Use established procedures and policies to aid in the preparation of litigation case files and other records to shipped to an off-site location; locate and retrieve materials identified as subject to shipment; record shipment data into an internal case management system; assemble physical files in boxes for long term storage
- Must be able to obtain and maintain MRPT facility credentials/authorization. Note: US Citizenship is required for MRPT facility credentials/authorization at this work location.
- Must have one year of experience with litigation support projects or undergraduate degree; coursework in legal related studies helpful.
- Must be able to work independently and as a part of a team.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills required.
- Requires hands-on familiarity with Windows Operating systems, Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel, as well as government networks environments, internet and server-based database.
- Applicant must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines.
- Excellent written and oral communications skills are required.
- Must be able to work in an office setting where some walking, siting, standing, bending and carrying of small office items is required.
- Must be comfortable working in an office setting.
- Prior experience with working in a legal office setting is highly preferred.
- Experience with data entry, calendar management and docketing helpful.
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