Bilingual Spanish Litigation Paralegal

Location
Washington, DC
Salary
Base pay to 75k plus overtime, transporation subsidy and bonus. 35 hour work week.
Posted
Sep 16, 2022
Closes
Oct 06, 2022
Ref
TVD-22-47415
Industry
Law
Hours
Full Time
Bilingual Spanish litigation paralegal sought for an international law firm in NW DC.

In this position, you will be engaged in litigation, international arbitration, and white-collar practice groups.

Duties: Organizing documents and coordinating document productions; translating, reviewing, and summarizing various documents, letters, and other legal documents; obtaining documents and certificates from local or federal courts and state agencies; preparing and filing all court documents; conducting various document searches and research; preparing for and attending depositions; coordinating trial set-up and logistics; preparing for and attending client meetings, meetings with U.S. regulators and trials; assisting attorneys during meetings with clients and regulators and during court proceedings, including by taking notes and handling exhibits; acting as a liaison among various internal departments as well as with outside vendors, such as translation services, document production vendors and trial graphics providers; assisting in the preparation of marketing materials, and other duties as assigned

Requirements: Fluent in Spanish; two or more years of law firm experience; one or more years of Arbitration experience; outstanding organizational, administrative, and communication (oral and written in Spanish) skills; possess high attention to detail, a strong work ethic and is self-motivated; demonstrated ability to prioritize, meet deadlines, efficiently multi-task and produce a high-end work product in a fast-paced environment; team-oriented mindset; ability and willingness to work overtime; BA/BS with minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA and proficiency in Microsoft Office suite.
NRI is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.