Law clerks are trained professional doing independent legal work, which may include managerial duties, under the direction and guidance of a lawyer and whose function is to relieve a lawyer of routine legal and administrative matters and assist him in the more complex ones.Law clerks should have computer and technical knowledge as well as strong analytical, communication and organizational skills. Assisting lawyers in preparing for transactional closings, depositions, hearings, trials and conferences; completing many administrative tasks, including, working on individual cases or transactionsInvestigating the factual evidence of a transaction or case and preparing exhibits, charts and diagrams to display informationConducting routine discoveryObtaining due diligence materials, such as corporate certificates of good standing, real estate and title information, and securities filingsOrganizing and tracking files for important transactions or case documents, including pleadings and voluminous discovery documents; creating and maintaining a case-management databaseSubmit your resume or request talent now and our expert recruiters will be with you shortly.Robert Half is one of the premier legal staffing agencies.
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