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Commercial Litigation Paralegal - St. Petersburg

Trenam Law, an AV rated law firm with offices in Tampa and St. Petersburg, is seeking commercial litigation paralegal candidates with 7+ years of legal experience in complex, commercial litigation cases. This position is in the Commercial Litigation practice in downtown St. Petersburg.

Pimary responsibilites will include:

  • Handle complex case management for state and federal court litigations including discovery, research, hearings and trial preparation and attendance
  • Manage paper and electronic discovery process for all phases of discovery and trial preparation, including depositions, transcripts and trial support for large-scale document productions and reviews
  • Create, organize and maintain databases, privilege logs and files containing discovery documents, physical evidence, summaries, deposition transcripts etc.
  • Research all case documents, materials, rules and court procedure and prior testimony and publications of opposing experts; analyze, summarize and compile timelines and reports regarding findings
  • Gather information and materials from vendors, clients; conduct legal research, utilizing internet sources, Westlaw, etc.
  • Coordinate the preparation and filing of briefs and legal documents; draft routine filings
  • Manage all trial preparation and support activity

Candidates should exhibit a high degree of professionalism, be able to demonstrate successful working relationships, have a strong work ethic and dedication to client service, and attention to detail. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in complex litigation, financial services experience, a two-year degree or higher, possesses a current Florida Registered Paralegal designation and certification.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to email their resumes to for consideration. Trenam Law is an EEO/AA employer.

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