A paralegal manager oversees a team of paralegals that support attorneys at a law firm. They are responsible for the case management and workload of the paralegal team, assigning projects that include the preparation of various legal documents, court proceedings, and billing procedures, tracking continuing education hours, and ensuring the accuracy of the work produced. They may also advise on human resources responsibilities such as the hiring, promotions, terminations, average salaries, and billing rates of the part-time and full-time paralegals they oversee. In addition to their supervisory duties, a paralegal manager handles their own caseload, which includes, legal research, maintaining files, and preparing correspondence and other legal documents for trial. A paralegal manager has at least 5 years of paralegal experience and typically works full-time at law firms, in-house legal departments, or government agencies.