docketing specialist in chicago

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job type
permanent
salary
US$ 55,000 per year
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job details

posted
location
chicago, illinois
job category
Legal
job type
permanent
salary
US$ 55,000 per year
reference number
S_659845
phone
312-201-9690
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job description

We are working with a global law office whose largest site is here in Chicago. They are looking for an experienced docket specialist to join their team here in the Loop. This is a direct hire career opportunity, and if an offer is made it would be between $55,000-$75,000.

Responsibilities:
- Enter data into the firm's docketing and calendar system
- Calculate rule-based litigation deadlines
- Generate docket reports and queries as requested by attorneys, paralegals and secretaries
- Monitor cases with the use of various online resources
- Handle all inquiries from attorneys, paralegals and secretaries in a timely and efficient manner
- Assist with service and filing of all court documents
- Travel to local courts and agencies utilizing public transportation
- Perform Electronic Court Filings in Federal, State and Appellate Courts
- Other duties as assigned to fully meet the requirements of the position

Working hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Skills:
- Bachelor's Degree in Business or related field preferred
- Minimum 5 years docketing experience required
- Knowledge of basic litigation docketing, calendaring and Civil Procedure
- Experience utilizing docketing software
- Knowledge of various court websites, docket searching and document retrieval databases (PACER, Lexis/Nexis, West CourtExpress and DC Court websites)
- Strong knowledge of federal and state e-filing procedures
- Proficient with Microsoft Office suite applications including Outlook, Excel and Word
- Strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize tasks in a high-pressure environment
- Excellent communication, time management and organizational skills
- Available to work overtime

Qualifications:
If you are interested and meet the qualifications apply now! Only qualified applicants will be contacted.

Recruiter: Michaela at michaela.salyer@randstadusa.com

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skills

- Bachelor's Degree in Business or related field preferred - Minimum 5 years docketing experience required - Knowledge of basic litigation docketing, calendaring and Civil Procedure - Experience utilizing docketing software - Knowledge of various court websites, docket searching and document retrieval databases (PACER, Lexis/Nexis, West CourtExpress and DC Court websites) - Strong knowledge of federal and state e-filing procedures - Proficient with Microsoft Office suite applications including Outlook, Excel and Word - Strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize tasks in a high-pressure environment - Excellent communication, time management and organizational skills - Available to work overtime

qualification

If you are interested and meet the qualifications apply now! Only qualified applicants will be contacted. Recruiter: Michaela at michaela.salyer@randstadusa.com

responsibilities

- Enter data into the firm's docketing and calendar system - Calculate rule-based litigation deadlines - Generate docket reports and queries as requested by attorneys, paralegals and secretaries - Monitor cases with the use of various online resources - Handle all inquiries from attorneys, paralegals and secretaries in a timely and efficient manner - Assist with service and filing of all court documents - Travel to local courts and agencies utilizing public transportation - Perform Electronic Court Filings in Federal, State and Appellate Courts - Other duties as assigned to fully meet the requirements of the position

educational requirements

Bachelors