Todd & Weld LLP provides an excellent opportunity for talented professionals to work on challenging cases in a collegial atmosphere. Todd & Weld LLP offers competitive salaries and a generous benefits package. The firm is an equal opportunity employer.
Commercial Litigation Associate
Todd & Weld LLP is seeking an associate with approximately 4-5 years of experience in complex commercial litigation. Candidates must have excellent writing, research, and interpersonal skills; outstanding academic credentials; and experience practicing in Massachusetts state and federal courts. Candidates should desire to develop an active trial practice and be eager to take responsibility for a varied caseload with significant client contact. Large-firm background is preferred. Must be admitted to practice in Massachusetts. Todd & Weld values collegiality and diversity within our firm and is an equal-opportunity employer.
Please submit cover letter, resume, and writing sample via email to Shira Diner, Director of Associate Development & Recruitment, Todd & Weld LLP, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Todd & Weld LLP is seeking a highly talented Litigation Paralegal. The ideal candidate will manage complex and document-intensive commercial litigation cases, and possess the ability to work both independently and with attorneys on trial preparations, electronic and paper discovery, document review, document production, and organization of exhibits and documents.
Collect and organize documents electronically, perform extensive document review and analysis with the ability to summarize and extract key points relevant to the case.
Independently review documents for responsiveness, privilege and production; create production logs and privilege logs.
Responsible for database organization, coding and designing tags and issues relevant to the case. Ability to perform redactions and exports of document productions.
Prepare attorneys for depositions, including performing key word searches within document productions and prior deposition and exhibits, organizing and putting documents in chronological order.
Summarize and digest depositions, key documents, medical records, and business records.
Prepare for and attend trial: prepare trial exhibits for judge and jurors, prepare witness binders, create demonstratives, coordinate logistics, serve as liaison between trial attorneys, clients, witnesses and in-house staff, take cohesive notes, and formulate opinions from testimony and jury observations.
Conduct various document searches and factual research: Create and maintain internal case databases, run searches on internal and external document databases and systems, cull relevant information form a variety of resources such as newspapers, magazines, libraries, case documents and trade associations.
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