Job Posting: San Francisco – Two Paralegal Positions

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A mid-size law firm in San Francisco’s financial district has an immediate need for two experienced paralegals.

A) Three to four years’ experience in general and/or insurance practice litigation.  The ideal candidate also has strong organizational and communication skills; prepared for an active discovery schedule; ability to work independently, as well as closely with associates and a partner; deposition witness preparation; case planning, legal research, fact-gathering, litigation support, and a certificate of completion of a paralegal program approved by the ABA.
B)  Three to four years’ experience in general and/or products litigation.  The ideal candidate has strong organizational, communication and writing/typing skills; ability to work independently with attorneys and other team members; case planning, research and investigation, technology, fact-gathering, litigation support; trial experience; and a certification of completion of a paralegal program approved by the ABA.
Great team environment!  Excellent benefits, salary and bonus program.  Please provide a cover letter and your resume.
Email cover letter and resume to (Carroll, Burdick & McDonough LLP)

2 Responses to “Job Posting: San Francisco – Two Paralegal Positions”

  1. 1 Anonny 27 October 2008 at 8:49 pm

    The 17th was my last day, but I haven’t recieved a paycheck yet.

    October 3rd was my last paycheck.

    I had auto-deposit for my checks, but the funds haven’t made it into my account and I had nothing in the mail today.

    When should I start getting more worried than I’m already entitled to be?

    Has anyone let go on the 17th gotten their money yet?

  2. 2 Former Associate 007 27 October 2008 at 9:03 pm

    Nope, no paycheck yet. (Oct. 3 was my last one too and I was terminated on the 17th.) I called Heller and tried to ask the accounting department about the status of checks for those terminated on the 17th. No one answered their phones…

    I am also hearing that COBRA may not be available for those folks who had CIGNA, but may be an option for those who had Kaiser (at least through December).

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