JOHNLEONARD is seeking an experienced and collaborative Litigation Administrative Assistant to join our client’s team in Boston. This full-time hybrid role offers an attractive salary up to $90K and benefits package.
As a Legal Assistant, you will coordinate case preparation and assist attorneys in managing case deadlines. You will also prepare court filings, pleadings, and other legal documents.
To give you an idea of how this Litigation Administrative Assistant role would look and feel, here are some areas you can expect to work in:
- Maintain calendars and plan and schedule conferences
- Prepare court filings, pleadings, and other legal documents
- Review, proof, and enter attorney time
We are looking for Litigation Administrative Assistant candidates with at least 5 years of relevant litigation experience and working knowledge of Rule 9A packages and MA filing procedures. Additional qualifications include:
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, and Adobe Acrobat Pro
- Be proactive, positive, and a team player
- Superior organizational skills and attention to detail
If you’re looking to impact and create change positively, you’ll be rewarded with an excellent salary and benefits package for your inclusive and committed approach.
Please reach out to our friendly and welcoming team today to apply and register your interest in this full-time hybrid Litigation Administrative Assistant position in Boston. We look forward to hearing from you.
Founded in 1969, JOHNLEONARD, a woman-owned business, is the premier staffing choice in Boston and beyond. We provide Temporary/Contract, Direct Hire, Temp-to-Hire, and Payroll services as part of our comprehensive service offerings. JOHNLEONARD is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. All applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.