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Associate Attorney Needed

Full-time salaried position for an associate attorney with an established westside law firm with a diverse civil and criminal practice. 
At least three (3) years of active practice required. 
Opportunity for succession to an established practice. 

E-mail resume, writing sample and salary requirements to sue.deluca@kolick-kondzer.com

Legal Assistant

Roose & Ressler, a multi-site Social Security disability law practice with over 30 years’ history seeks a full-time entry-level Legal Assistant to join our practice at our main office in Lorain, Ohio. 

Qualifications/Requirements:

    •    Reliable
    •    Excellent computer skills
    •    Bachelor’s degree or equivalent

Duties/Tasks:

   •    Gather, analyze, and summarize records from many sources
   •    First point of contact in client communications
   •    Prepare correspondence
   •    Complete documents
   •    Maintain electronic records, calendaring and keep contemporaneous record of activities

Please visit us  at www.rooselaw.com

If interested, send your resume to dkandra@rooselaw.com (state “resume” in the subject line)


Legal Secretary

Perform Following Tasks:

   •    Answer Telephones
   •    Type from dictation – office uses Olympus transcription equipment
   •    Scheduling and docketing
   •    Track and monitor cases and documents for ongoing probate matters
   •    Organize and maintain files on a daily basis
   •    Keep up on current procedure used by local Probate Courts

Requirements/Qualifications:

   •    5 to 10 years of experience in probate and trust administration,
      preparation or estate planning documents,
      including, but not limited to, wills, trust,
     financial and health care power of attorneys, and deeds
   •    Strong organizational skills, attention to detail a must
   •    Excellent communication and writing skills
   •    Able to multi-task and problem solving
   •    Able to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner
   •    Flexible hours
   •    Meet deadlines in an environment with frequent interruptions
   •    Proficient with Word Perfect, Quickbooks, Microsoft Outlook,
      Microsoft Word, and Perfect Form (probate software)
   •    Knowledge of Probate Court procedures and Court rules
   •    Competitive compensation, depending on experience,
      including profit sharing participation

If interested, please contact Attorney Michael Tully 440-233-8526




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