Randstad Legal Clerk in Norfolk, Virginia
US$ 10 - US$ 12 per hour
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Randstad USA Administration
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following.
Responsibilities include maintaining and organizing litigation materials; litigation management; processing correspondence, and various clerical duties, including filing/copying/court package assembly.
Provide customers service via mail/telephone when needed. Reviews accounts for entire legal process.
Pleading preparation for accounts placed for civil legal action (warrants in debt, interrogatories and garnishments).
Processes correspondence to attorneys, debtors and courts. Maintains close contact with attorneys and courts.
Maintains litigation, billing and small claims financial spreadsheets. Reviews dispute accounts for appropriate handling. Responsible for reviewing accounts placed with outside counsel.
Tracks document requests.
Processes check requests.
Working hours: M-F
QUALIFICATIONS: Excellent writing and communication skills. Good organizational skills.
Familiarity with Microsoft Windows and Office software, internet.
Must have effective organizational, communication, time management and interpersonal skills and high attention to detail. Must be able to handle multiple projects and tasks simultaneously while meeting deadlines.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 1-2 years related litigation experience in a law firm or municipal or state court or equivalent education or training.
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