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Billing Coordinator


Our client, a global law firm with Fortune 500 clients and offices throughout the world, is seeking an experienced Billing Coordinator for the night shift in its downtown Los Angeles offices. In this exciting Billing Coordinator role, you will:

Print bills and verify descriptions and dollar amounts; ensure compliance with client’s billing protocols
Review all BSRs against the BSR Tracking Report
Produce complex schedules

Verify assigned attorneys against delinquent BSR Report

Collect and mail bills
Maintain billing manuals for assigned billing attorneys
Work overtime as required at month end and year end

Qualifications of Billing Coordinator:

Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or Finance (preferred);At least 3 years of general accounting for finance experience;
Must have at least 3 years of legal billing experience - required;
Advanced, proficiency in Word and Excel and Accounting software (Elite preferred); Advanced knowledge of accounting principles and concepts;
Stable work history.

The firm offers excellent benefits. Night shift will be Sunday through Wednesday, 10:00 p.m. to 8:30 a.m., with a 30-minute break.

$55,000.00 – $65,000.00 per year

 

 
Billing Coordinator

Work with our client, a prestigious national law firm, in this Billing Coordinator position. The Billing Coordinator will handle billing for the Century City Office.

The Billing Coordinator responsibilities include:
- Coordinating the billing process for assigned billing attorneys

- Reviewing bill requests, identifying matters with escrow and/or unapplied cash balances
- Identifying inconsistencies or errors on bill requests and working through to resolution
- Working with billing attorneys to identify special billing requirements for clients

- Performing regular and consistent follow up with assigned billing attorneys to ensure bills are received in Accounting and processed in accordance with monthly billing deadlines
- Communicating directly with clients as needed to assist in answering questions, providing data, and or maximizing billing efficiency
- Providing ad-hoc reporting and account analysis
- Processing monthly e-billing for assigned matters

The successful Billing Coordinator candidate will demonstrate...

- A minimum of 3-5 years previous accounting experience, including e billing experience
- Thorough understanding of electronic billing processes, including the creation of LEDES files and using third party e-billing submission systems.
- Legal billing experience with Aderant or Elite preferred

The successful Billing Coordinator candidate will have:
- Law Firm background
- Stable work history

To $80,000 per year

 

 
Billing Specialist


Our client, a global law firm, is seeking an experienced Billing Specialist for its Century City offices. In this exciting Billing Specialist role, you will report to the Revenue Management Manager.

Duties & Responsibilities of Billing Specialist:

Process client bills using Pre-bill Viewer and paper prebills via Aderant software
Research and answer accounting and billing questions
Review and edit pre-bills in response to attorney and secretary requests
Execute, handle and process a high volume of complex bills
Review and verify accuracy of billing and supporting documentation

Undertake special projects and ad hoc reports for manager as needed/requested
Participate in appropriate mandatory training as necessary

Skills & Competencies of Billing Specialist:

Understand standard accounts payable concepts, practices, and procedures, the processes involved and related applications (i.e., Chrome River)
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work well under pressure
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Self-starter with ability to successfully adapt to changing priorities and work demands
Ability to multi-task, organize work flow and use time efficiently
Exceptional analytical skills

Qualifications & Prior Experience of the Billing Specialist:

6+years of progressive experience as a Billing Specialist in a law firm environment
Aderant software experience preferred
Proficiency with Windows-based software and Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook required
Flexibility for overtime is required.
Stable work history
Degree preferred

$65,000.00 – $80,000.00 per year

 

 
Billing Specialist


We are recruiting for one of our top clients, a global law firm in Century City seeking an experienced Billing Specialist. The firm handles Fortune 500 corporations, large litigation, real estate, entertainment, immigration and other practice specialties. With its offices across the globe, it is able to offer excellent resources, software, benefits and salary. It's a great career opportunity for the right Billing Specialist candidate.

Job Duties for Billing Specialist:

The Billing Specialist is responsible for the accurate and efficient preparation of bills and invoices for the Firm’s International Immigration Practice Group. This position reports to the Revenue Management Manager.

Duties & Responsibilities for Billing Specialist:

Process client bills using Pre-bill Viewer and paper prebills via Aderant software
Research and answer accounting and billing questions
Review and edit pre-bills in response to attorney and secretary requests
Execute, handle and process a high volume of complex bills
Review and verify accuracy of billing and supporting documentation as required
Undertake special projects and ad hoc reports for manager as needed/requested
Participate in appropriate mandatory training as necessary

Skills & Competencies of Billing Specialist:

Understanding of standard accounts payable concepts, practices, and procedures, the processes involved and related applications (i.e., Chrome River)
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work well under pressure
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Self-starter with ability to successfully adapt to changing priorities and work demands
Ability to multi-task, organize work flow and use time efficiently

Qualifications & Prior Experience for Billing Specialist:

5+years of progressive experience as a Biller in a law firm environment
MUST have law firm experience. (Firm will not consider your application without law firm background.)
Aderant software experience preferred
Proficiency with Windows-based software and Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook required
Flexibility for overtime is required
Stable work history

To $75,000 per year

 


Calendar and Docket Specialist


Work for a prestigious national law firm! Our client, a well-known firm in Century City, is seeking an experienced Litigation Calendar & Docket Specialist. In this exciting Calendar & Docket Specialist role, you will be responsible for:

Calendaring all deadlines & related events for litigation & bankruptcy matters
Creating, reviewing, & distributing calendar & case reports
Conducting research on agency, court & judge’s rules
Responding to requests from regarding calendared events & deadlines, court procedures & rules
The Calendar & Docket Specialist will assist Litigation Docketing Administrator in conducting ongoing effective firm training programs on docketing systems, policies, & protocols to Legal & Support Staff

The successful Calendar & Docket Specialist candidate will demonstrate...

A Bachelor’s degree, paralegal certificate or experience/education equivalent
A minimum of 5+ years of docketing and calendaring experience in a law firm environment
Proficient knowledge of MS Word, Excel, and Outlook as well as Adobe PDF Creator (or equivalent).
Experience with MS Access (or similar DB software)
Extensive experience computing deadlines for state, federal, and appellate courts
Significant knowledge of litigation processes, court rules and procedures
Ability to research, analyze and summarize issues in writing, excellent attention to detail
Ability to work in a high priority, fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple projects/initiatives simultaneously while meeting deadlines and business objectives
Ability to work overtime, when required
Stable work history

$76,000.00 – $82,000.00 per year



 
Calendar Clerk


This highly prestigious Beverly Hills law firm needs your Calendar Clerk skills. Our client, an entertainment boutique, is seeking an experienced Calendar Clerk for its litigation practice. You will advise attorneys, paralegals and secretaries of upcoming deadlines, file with the court, scheduling, and other Calendar Clerk duties.

The firm offers a relaxed atmosphere. This Calendar Clerk position will be primarily responsible for all aspects of the litigation calendar and will handle litigation assistant overflow. A successful Calendar Clerk candidate will demonstrate excellent flexibility, professionalism, organizational skills, and ability to multi-task.

A successful Calendar Clerk candidate must demonstrate attention to detail, manage priorities and have a thorough working knowledge of state, federal and local rules of procedure.

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES of CALENDAR CLERK

Must have experience with litigation calendaring and litigation calendaring programs.
Must have a thorough working knowledge of state, federal and local rules of procedure.
Must possess full-scope knowledge of litigation terminology, process and application.

Review all litigation documents delivered via FedEx, pouches, court returns, faxes, electronic deliveries via Firm email account and ECF filing hand deliveries;
Calculate deadline dates and input information into calendar database.
Research calendar-related matters.
Prepare weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports for all matters, as needed.
Prepare for and participate in litigation review meetings.

 

 
Corporate Paralegal


Move your career to a prestigious global law firm! Our client, a major AmLaw 200 firm, is seeking an experienced Corporate Paralegal for either its Downtown Los Angeles or Century City offices. In this dynamic Corporate Paralegal role, you will:

Meet expectations of billable hours target of 1,725 (unless otherwise specified);
Perform factual research in internal and external databases and libraries;
Work overtime as required; Travel as required; and

The Corporate Paralegal is responsible for:

Limited liability company and partnership formation;
Preparing and filing UCC financing statements and intellectual property security interest filings;
Lien searches;
Analyzing results from UCC and intellectual property searches;
Copyright and trademark research reports and filings;
Corporate formation and filings;
Preparing stock certificates;
Mergers & Acquisitions
Preparing board and stockholder resolutions;
Participating in deal-closing activities;
Preparing closing binders;
Supporting legal business transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, securities, financing or tax activities;

Qualifications for Corporate Paralegal:

Proficiency in MS Outlook and web-based conference call/web-sharing applications;
Proficiency in MS Word and document editing/comparison applications; MS Excel and spreadsheet/database applications; MS PowerPoint and presentation applications;
Proficiency in online research and internet search resources (Lexis Nexis/Westlaw);
Knowledge of timekeeping and expense reporting applications;

Requirements for Corporate Paralegal

At least 5 years of Paralegal experience (preferred);
At least 3 years of relevant Corporate experience (preferred); and
ABA-approved Paralegal Certificate;
Bachelor’s Degree
Law firm background
Stable work history

To $100,000 per year


 

Corporate Paralegal


Our client, a prestigious national law firm, needs an experienced Corporate Paralegal for its Century City offices. In this exciting Corporate Paralegal role, you will work with several attorneys handling a volume of corporate maintenance responsibilities. In this Corporate Paralegal role, you will:

Assist with closings, draft and review signature pages and closing checklists and prepare closing binders both in electronic and paper format
Draft form documents/correspondence for deal participants
Load/organize closing sets and deal documents in relevant databases
Obtain legal materials/documents as needed or directed by attorneys
Prepare Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filings, order lien searches and stay abreast of regulations relating to Article 9 of the UCC
Assist with creation of corporations and limited liability companies, including preparation of formation documents, ordering searches and overseeing all filing requirements and maintenance obligations
Validate and process vendor invoices for payment in a timely manner
Serve as primary contact for all good standing certificate and similar requests
Compile data/library research, maintain/update working group lists and organize due diligence documents
Notarize documents, assist with notary authentication and apostilling/consularization of documents
Review and proofread legal documents
Prepare responses to audit letter requests
Serve as primary contact for all vendors

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE OF CORPORATE PARALEGAL:

Bachelor’s degree required
Paralegal Certificate or Declaration equivalent required under Business and Professions Code Section 6450
3 years of corporate/transactional paralegal experience at a law firm
The Corporate Paralegal is Notary commissioned or willing to become a Notary
Stable work history

QUALIFICATIONS OF CORPORATE PARALEGAL

Strong client service and communication (written and verbal) skills
Strong organizational skills and an ability to prioritize
Flexibility/availability to work overtime as needed (includes evening and weekend)
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Adobe Acrobat

To $78,000 per year

 

 
Document Reviewers


Our clients, national and local law firms, seek US licensed contract attorneys for diverse document review projects. Review documents for privilege, issues, keywords, first and second level review, etc. for placement on long and short-term assignments. Document review experience, Relativity and other computer experience is preferred. Qualified candidates should:

Be eligible to work in the United States
Relativity experience preferred
Be admitted to practice in the US
Be available for traditional daytime shift (between 8 and 12 hours per day, per client specifications)
Have excellent references
Bar status must be active and in good standing

These upcoming positions are based in Los Angeles. Remote work is not available at this time, however, resumes are being accepted for upcoming projects.

 
 

 
Employment Litigation Secretary
Our client, a prestigious global law firm, is seeking an experienced Employment Litigation Secretary for its Downtown Los Angeles offices. In this Employment Litigation Secretary role, you will:

Coordinate with resources as needed, including DPS, Williams Lea, Client Service Center, practice support or similar departments in International offices handling tasks and projects;
Prepare complex legal documents and correspondence; file with appropriate court or agency; apply subject matter expertise in coordination of legal practice tasks and projects;
Prepare billing including time entries; edit and review process of client bills; coordination of expense reporting and promotion of time entry best practices;
eFilings, preparation of pleadings
Schedule depositions
Handle correspondence and heavy phones
The Employment Litigation Secretary may be; required to work overtime

Qualifications for Employment Litigation Secretary

Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s degree (preferred);
Minimum 5 years of Litigation experience;
Stable work history
Major or mid-size law firm background preferred

The hours for the Employment Litigation Secretary are 9:00 - 5:00 or 9:30 6:30pm.

$70,000 - $85,000 per year

 
 

Financial Analyst

Our client, a prestigious national law firm, is seeking an experienced Financial Analyst for its Downtown offices. In this exciting Financial Analyst role, you will support the Accounting Department’s processes including:

Financial Analyst Responsibilities:

(a) the preparation of the annual operating and capital budgets,

(b) the production of monthly financial management reports,

(c) the gathering and compiling of data for review cycles, and

(d) the completion of quarterly, semi-annual and annual benchmarking surveys.

JOB FUNCTIONS of the Financial Analyst:

Assist in preparing the annual revenue budget and departmental expense budgets.
Assist in preparing financial management reports.
Analyze key performance measures; discuss findings and observations.
Assist in updating existing financial management reports and developing new reports as needed.
Gather statistics and prepare reports in connection with review cycles.
Prepare responses to benchmarking surveys.
Prepare ad hoc reports and analyze client/firm statistics/metrics.
The Financial Analyst will make recommendations based on analysis.
Prepare presentations to facilitate decision making.
Provide financial summaries and analysis.

Requirements for Financial Analyst:

Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or equivalent.
Minimum of five (5) years Financial Analyst and accounting/analytical experience
Law firm background highly preferred
Proficient with Elite
Expert knowledge of MS Excel.
Stable work history as a Financial Analyst.

$80,000.00 – $88,000.00 per year

 

 
IT Support Analyst


We are recruiting an experienced Support Analyst for a prestigious national major law firm in Century City. The Support Analyst role will:

Escalate hardware, software, and network issues to third-party personnel
Provide technical support for a variety of client/server applications including, MS Windows 10, MS Office 2016, Citrix/Xen, VMWare VDI, Exchange 2016, SCCM Remote Tool, iManage, InterAction, legal departmental applications, Cisco IPT, anti-virus software, mobile smart-phones, tablets, and other mobile devices.
Provide technical support to the Litigation department on applications such as Concordance, TextMap, Sanction, Discovery Accelerator and CaseMap including processing, loading and managing databases and incoming data files.
Recognize, troubleshoot, and diagnose computer, Cisco IP phone, printer, software, and network connectivity problems.
Install and maintain desktops, laptops, smart phones, tablets, printers, and all other peripherals.
Maintain existing desktop images utilizing internal deployment procedures.

Provides technical assistance for remote end-users on XEN/Citrix, VMWare VDI, Web applications and Cisco VPN.

Answer Help Desk calls and contribute to Help Desk Knowledge Base.
Track and document support activities and assets using the help desk call tracking system.
Perform workstation setups for new end-users and complete workstation relocations for existing end-users as needed.
Setup and support audio/video conferencing and equipment in conference rooms.

The Support Analyst will be asked for after-hours support and occasional travel. On-call rotation is required.
Work frequently requires more than 37.5 hours per week to perform duties of the position. Occasionally work extended hours to cover staff shortage or increased work volume.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES FOR SUPPORT ANALYST:

Proficiency working with MS Office 2016, ServiceNow, XEN/Citrix, VMWare VDI, Cisco VPN, RSA SecurID Administrative tools, iManage/Interwoven, SCCM and Bomgar Remote Control, efax, administrative/support tools, Active Directory, audio/video equipment, smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices.
Hands-on experience with system support, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of desktop/laptop software/hardware.
Basic knowledge of LAN/WAN/WLAN, TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS preferred.
Excellent analytical and technical skills requiring an aptitude for detail, precision, and logic with comprehensive knowledge of desktop support in a Windows 10 - Office 2016 networked environment.

Requirements for Support Analyst:

High school diploma or equivalent and three or more years related experience in the technology field; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Prior experience in a large legal or professional services environment highly desirable.
Stable work history.

 

 
Litigation Legal Assistant


Our client, a high-profile mid-size law firm, is seeking an exceptional Litigation Legal Assistant to work for one partner and two associates. The firm handles sports, entertainment, real estate, finance, manufacturing, healthcare, civil litigation and other specialties. In this Litigation Legal Assistant role, you will:

Prepare pleadings
Handle high-profile entertainment clients
Prepare TOC/TOA
Handle discovery documents
Answer heavy phones
Handle eMail
Book travel
Prepare expense reports
Schedule depositions
eFiling
Prepare state and federal filings

Requirements for Litigation Legal Assistant:

At least 6 years’ experience in a law firm
Excellent Word skills
Excellent communication skills
The Litigation Legal Assistant should demonstrate a stable work history. A degree is preferred.

$75,000.00 – $85,000.00 per year

 


Litigation Associates

Are you seeking a career out of the major firm rat race but want to maintain the high-profile, exciting cases you are used to? This firm may be for you. Our client, a prestigious Los Angeles boutique firm is seeking two litigation associates, 2-6 years. The firm advises a roster of diverse, selective clients — from start-ups and large global corporations to high-profile entertainers and other well-known individuals.

Its partners are well-known in the legal community and headed by a power-house team. The firm attracts intelligent, forward-thinking, well-rounded attorneys with the ability to become leaders both within and beyond the legal profession. Most of their attorneys earned their credentials from top law schools, universities and colleges around the globe. They have exceptional research and writing skills and many held judicial internship/clerkship positions prior to beginning their law firm career.

Litigation
The large number of trials and arbitrations the Firm handles enables litigation associates to prepare for trial, present evidence and interact with witnesses, judges and juries.

As an associate, you may be litigating high-stakes cases in state and federal court at the trial level, focusing on intellectual property, class action, consumer protection, and complex commercial matters. Or, you may advise clients in a wide range of high-stakes disputes involving breach of contract, business torts, consumer fraud and products liability. You might work on a variety of complex business litigation matters in areas ranging from private equity to entertainment.

Business Development
The Firm fully encourages associates to bring in new clients, including small businesses and individuals with the potential for growth and development. Associates who are successful in bringing clients to the Firm receive additional compensation derived from the legal fees received from each new client. As a result, associates can increase their annual compensation while building valuable business development skills.

Case Work
The Firm is often up against much larger law firms, which offers associates varied experience and challenging work.

Training Opportunities for the Litigation Associate
Associates are given hands-on training with an opportunity to conduct depositions, court hearings, court appearances and client meetings. New associates are given a genuine opportunity to thrive within a true merit system. Formal training is frequently conducted for attorneys, especially in the techniques of litigation practice.

Qualifications of Litigation Associate

Excellent academic qualifications are of primary importance, and most of the Firm's attorneys hail from major national law schools. Law review and and writing experience is considered a major plus. You are an associate with major firm background, excellent top ranked schools and a stable work history. Just a few of the schools the firm seeks include UCLA, USC, Harvard, Loyola, Princeton, Yale, University of Michigan, University of Chicago Law School, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Columbia, Hofstra, and other highly thought of institutions.

The ideal Litigation Associate candidate has 2-6 years of experience in a major or high-profile mid-size or boutique law firm; stable work history and excellent track record.

 
 

Litigation Associate


Our client, a prestigious mid-size Beverly Hills law firm, is seeking a Litigation Associate Attorney with 4-5 years’ experience in California to do Business Litigation. In this Litigation Attorney role, you will:

Handle matters in state and federal court, including propounding and responding to discovery, taking and defending depositions, preparing witnesses for depositions, drafting and arguing motions and interacting with clients.

Requirements for Litigation Attorney:

Superior academic credentials are an absolute requirement
Stable work history
4-5 years’ experience in California
California licensed
Major or mid-size firm background required
Must have experience in business litigation required

Firm will not consider your resume without the above.

 

 
Commercial Litigation Paralegal


Our client, a prestigious national law firm, is seeking an experienced Litigation Paralegal for its Century City office. Work with Fortune 1000 clients, high-profile cases doing sophisticated assignments. No routine and repetition here!

The Litigation Paralegal assists during the entire litigation process. The Litigation Paralegal will handle correspondence and discovery, retrieval, review, production of documents, hearings and trials, administrative proceedings, briefs, and settlements.

The qualified Litigation Paralegal candidate will have:

10 years’ experience, preferably in a law firm
BA degree
Trial experience
Exceptional communication and organizational skills
Paralegal certificate preferred.

The Litigation Paralegal candidate will also demonstrate a stable work history and excellent writing skills. Must be available for overtime and travel as needed.

Our client, a prestigious mid-size firm with offices throughout California, is seeking an experienced Litigation Secretary for its Irvine offices. The Litigation Secretary will also act as a Workflow Coordinator. In this Litigation Secretary role, you will:

Prepare state and federal pleadings
Calendar
Handle correspondence
Prepare motions
eFilings
Handle phones
Book travel
Book depositions
Prepare time entries
Prepare expense reports

The ideal Litigation Secretary candidate will have

Heavy litigation experience.
Public law or employment law background is preferred.
The Litigation Secretary will have a stable work history
3-5 years’ experience.
Excellent computer skills
As a Workflow Coordinator, your Litigation Secretary duties will include assigning overflow work.

$70,000.00 – $80,000.00 per year

 

 
Litigation Secretary


Our client, a prestigious major law firm, has an opening in their Century City offices for an experienced Litigation Secretary. The Litigation Secretary will provide support to attorneys and paralegals. The firm has international clients, high profile cases. It offers a nice atmosphere, beautiful offices, excellent salary and great benefits. If you are seeking a change and a fresh environment, this Litigation Secretary job is for you.

The Litigation Secretary's duties include document processing and editing; managing travel arrangements; processing new business intake; preparing and submitting attorney expenses; inputting attorney time entries; handling client billing; responding to client inquiries via phone and email; arranging meetings and conferences; coordinating calendars; monitoring incoming mail, faxes and e-mails; maintaining and updating client files and other tasks.

Requirements for the Litigation Secretary:

Minimum of three years of legal secretarial experience in a law firm working with multiple attorneys with State and Federal Court filing experience.
Stable work history

$68,000.00 – $80,000.00 per year

 

 
Office Services Specialist


Our client, a very prestigious Beverly Hills law firm, is seeking an experienced Office Services Specialist. In this exciting Office Services role, you will:

Facilities Role for Office Services:

1. Setup/break down conference rooms in a timely manner for meetings.

2. Setup/break down Firm lunches in a timely manner for meetings.
3. Maintain kitchens, copy rooms and Office Support areas. Ensure areas are clean and supplies are arranged in an orderly manner. Ensure sufficient levels of supplies are maintained, and prepare/submit inventory lists for replenishing supplies to Supervisor.
4. Execute and/or assist with interoffice moves of supplies, files, equipment and furniture.
5. Setup offices/workstations with supplies for new hires as required.
6. Empty shred containers and box up contents for shredding service. Ensure confidentiality and secure storage of all materials to be shredded.

Mailroom, Messenger Services, and Photocopy Operation for Office Services:
1. Travel to U.S. Post Office for supplies and processing/dropping off mail.
2. Travel to FedEx office for supplies and dropping off outgoing shipments.
2. Receive, sort and deliver all mail according.
3. Process, post and bundle outgoing mail according to established firm guidelines; deposit in specified pick up areas for appropriate transmission.
4. Deliver to and/or pick up materials from clients and outside businesses.
5. Distribute newspapers and periodicals.
6. Monitor postage meter balances; coordinate ordering additional postage with Supervisor.
7. Monitor postage equipment and supplies; coordinate placing service calls and ordering supplies with Supervisor.
8. Complete scanning and reprographic assignments.

Receptionist Duties for Office Services:
1. Provide back-up support to Receptionist

The hours of work are M-F 8:00am to 5:00pm. This position may require some overtime and weekend work.

$48,000-$52,000 per year

 

 
Payroll Manager


We are recruiting an experienced Payroll Manager with law firm experience for a prestigious Century City law firm. This mid-size firm specializes in litigation, real estate, estate planning and entertainment. Work in beautiful offices surrounded by a nice environment and great people. In this Payroll Manager role, the Payroll Manager will:

Handle all payroll
General ledger functions
Print reports for controller
Handle some A/R and A/P
Bookkeeping duties

Qualifications for Payroll Manager:

Must have law firm payroll background
Stable work history
Familiar with Paycom, Aderantor or ADP

Education Requirements for Payroll Manager

AA or BA degree preferred

$72,000.00 – $80,000.00 per year

 

 
Pricing Strategist & Analyst


Our client, a national law firm, is seeking an experienced Pricing Strategist & Analyst for its Los Angeles offices. In this Pricing Strategist & Analyst role, you will:

Consult with attorneys to respond to complex budget and pricing requests
Define scope and develop task-based budgets and forecasts
Structure and evaluate alternate pricing proposals, and prepare risk and reward analyses
Manage all matter budget and case updates for large clients and interact directly with clients and vendors
Negotiate and define workflow processes with clients and vendors
Provide attorneys and other department heads with relevant data to help them manage client expectations on legal spend and with business development efforts.
Create, optimize, and publish budget to actual reports and dashboards
Provide customized modeling, performance and benchmarking analyses and ad-hoc reports
Define a pricing framework for multiple litigation tasks or phases (analytics)
Define approach, analyze and interpret comparable matter data, and correct for anomalies
Test hypotheses, refine metrics, and increase the number of exemplars for future use Determine causes of data quality problems and recommend improvements
Lead technology initiatives to automate our budgeting and analytics processes and expand our competitive intelligence capabilities
Lead administrator for technology solutions with responsibility to optimize utilization and processes
Implement software solutions and liaise with IT and vendors
Directly manage staff, including performance management, workforce planning and day-to-day operations

Requirements for Pricing Strategist & Analyst:

Bachelor's degree required. MBA or advanced degree preferred.
6+ years of financial planning and analysis (FP&A) experience or related experience involving data analysis and substantial quantitative modeling and forecasting.
Prior managerial experience a must with a demonstrated ability to roll-up sleeves
Experience implementing a financial or budgeting system a must.
Excellent customer service skills
Advanced skills in MS Excel, MS Access, SQL, Word and PowerPoint.
Prior law firm experience is helpful, but not required.
Law firm or accounting firm or professional services background strongly preferred

$90,000-$120,000 per year

 

 
Probate & Estate Planning Paralegal


Here's an exciting opportunity for a Probate & Estate Planning Paralegal in a boutique firm in Pasadena. Our client, a very prestigious law firm, provides estate planning for high-wealth clients and is seeking an experienced Probate & Estate Planning Paralegal to work with a partner and associate in a congenial team environment. The ideal Probate & Estate Planning Paralegal candidate will have experience in:

Accountings
Post-mortem documents
Filings with the Court
Some 706 experience but they will train
Preparing spreadsheets
Trust administration
Ability to help out the Estate Planning Department when necessary

The ideal candidate Probate & Estate Planning Paralegal requirements:

BA degree preferred
Paralegal certificate preferred
3-5 years Probate & Estate Planning Paralegal experience in a law firm
Stable work history

To $110,000 per year

 

 
Records and File Clerk
 
Our client, a small, prestigious Century City law firm is seeking an experienced Records and File Clerk temp-to-full-time.  In this exciting role, you need filing experience in:

-Estate Planning
-Probate
-Trust Administration
-Trust Litigation
-Estate/Tax law
-Corporate and Mergers & Acquisitions

The Records and File Clerk will also help cover reception and assist in Office Services (i.e., photocopying, preparing file labels, customer service to attorneys and secretaries.)

The Records and File Clerk should demonstrate at least 2 years’ experience; law firm background and a stable work history. This is a temp-to-full time position for experienced Records and File Clerk.



 

Trusts and Estate Planning Paralegal

Our client, a prestigious Boston law firm, is seeking an experienced Trusts & Estate Planning Paralegal. You will be responsible to provide support to all aspects of sophisticated estate, trust and guardianship practice. Excellent salary and benefits.

Responsibilities for Trusts & Estate Planning Paralegal:

Familiarity with all aspects of estate and trust administration including:

Practices of the Massachusetts probate courts, collection and valuation of assets, preparation of estate tax returns for large and complex estates;
Preparation and allowance of probate accounts, termination of estates and funding of trusts; and knowledge of fiduciary income taxation.

Skills Required for Trusts & Estate Planning Paralegal:

A minimum of five years’ experience in a law firm required.
Strong organizational and communication skills as well as initiative and ability to handle multiple assignments concurrently.
A Bachelor’s degree and/or formal paralegal certificate is required.
The Trusts & Estate Planning Paralegal demonstrates a stable work history.




Trust Administration Paralegal


We are recruiting a Trust Administration Paralegal for a prestigious Century City boutique law firm. This highly skilled Trust Administration Paralegal will support the team. The Trust Administration Paralegal should have 5 to 10 years’ experience in estate planning, post-death administration, probate, and on-going trust administration for high net worth clients.

The Trust Administration Paralegal should be well-versed in managing post-death administration files and California Probate proceedings. The candidate will be expected to have close contact with trustees, and will need to marshal and inventory assets, prepare notices, allocation and distribution.

Responsibilities for Trust Administration Paralegal
· Familiarity with estate tax returns.

Requirements for Trust Administration Paralegal
· 5 to 10 years’ experience in estate planning, post-death administration, probate, and on-going trust administration

- Stable work history

-BA degree and paralegal certificate preferred.



 
Trusts and Estate Planning Paralegal


Our client, a global law firm with offices in Century City, is seeking an experienced Trusts & Estate Planning Paralegal. In this Trusts & Estate Planning Paralegal position, you will:

Duties & Responsibilities of Trusts & Estate Planning Paralegal

Some of the required duties of the Trusts & Estate Planning Paralegal will be to complete the preparation of Wills, Trusts and other estate planning forms; organize assets; coordinate trust funding; prepare real property deeds and related documents; marshal assets; organize and index documents; assist in the preparation of federal estate and gift tax returns; prepare fiduciary accountings; and prepare and file probate forms and manage dockets. The Estate Planning paralegal will prepare petitions for probate, trust-related documents, pleadings and declarations with applicable courts.

Nice environment. Sophisticated assignments.

Qualifications & Prior Experience for Trusts & Estate Planning Paralegal

Paralegal Certificate compliant with the State Bar of California Business and Professions Code § 6450 preferred
Bachelor's Degree
At least five years of Trusts &Estate Planning paralegal experience in a law firm is required
Able to handle all aspects of estate planning and trust administration
Proficiency with Windows-based software and Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook are required.
Stable work history as Trusts & Estate Planning Paralegal

To $100,000 per year


 

Trusts and Estate Planning Paralegal

Our client, a very prestigious Century City law firm, is seeking a experienced Trusts & Estates Planning Paralegal. The firm is a high-profile mid-size firm with Fortune 1000 clients specializing in entertainment, real estate and civil litigation. In this exciting Trusts & Estates Planning Paralegal role, you will:

Draft trust and estate documents
Post-death trust administration
Prepare statutory notices
County assessor notices
Allocation of assets to sub-trusts
Implementation of allocation

Requirements for Trusts & Estates Planning Paralegal

3-5 years’ experience in a law firm
Ability to communicate clearly
Law firm background
Stable work history

Education requirements for Trusts & Estates Planning Paralegal

Four-year college degree or equivalent
Paralegal certificate from ABA approved school

$65,000.00 – $75,000.00 per year

 

 
Word Processor


Our client, a very prestigious Beverly Hills law firm, is seeking an experienced Word Processor. This high-profile firm works on complex litigation, entertainment contracts, corporate and other specialties. The ideal Word Processor candidate will:

Know native word, which means know without macros,
Prepare table of contents, table of authorities,
Know Excel, document conversion and
Clean up, trouble shoot documents
The Word Processor will also train attorneys, paralegals and secretaries

The Word Processor candidate knows Word 10 and preferably Word 13 and is certified.

Requirements for Word Processor:

Law firm background is required
Certified office suite preferred
Stable work history

$70,000.00 – $75,000.00 per year