Mary E. Conn & Associates
We’re seeking a skilled and experienced paralegal to support our growing legal team. The ideal candidate for this position will use their work experience and organizational skills to prepare and maintain legal documents, file motions, interview clients, and conduct legal research. If you’re looking to fill an invaluable position at a firm and love helping others, apply today.
- Gather information about legal issues from the client in interviews
- Draft legal documents, pleadings, and correspondence such as interrogatories, subpoenas, deposition notices, complaints, pretrial orders, legal briefs, and affidavits under the guidance of a lawyer
- Organize our case filing systems to ensure all documents are properly sorted and easy to locate, and other administrative duties as needed
- Work with lawyers to prepare for trial by conducting research on legal articles, preparing and organizing exhibits, organizing and coordinating witnesses, filing motions, and assisting with client meetings
- Draft subpoenas and coordinate with process servers
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Must have great time-management skills, and organizational skills
- 3 years of experience in legal services under an attorney or lawyer in a law firm setting
- Completion of a nationally-accredited paralegal program strongly preferred
$17 - $25 hourly
About Mary E. Conn & Associates
Mary E. Conn & Associates has over 35+ years of experience representing clients faced with all levels of criminal offenses, from misdemeanors to felonies, from marijuana to murder, from assault to capital murder, in state courts and in federal courts, from Drug Trafficking to Sex Cases, from Internet Crimes to Bank Fraud. Our office serves clients all around Texas, including Harris County, Waller County, Galveston County, Montgomery County, Fort Bend County, Brazoria County, Liberty County, Grimes County, Chambers County, and Jefferson County. Mary E. Conn also practices in the state courts of California, as well as in all federal courts, in all 50 states.