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Jeffrey Pollitt, Jennika McKusick and Lindsay Cohen of The Law Office of Jeffrey G. Pollitt, P.C. are looking for a full-time paralegal comfortable working in a complex financial divorce litigation practice.  Because we deal primarily in complex, high-level financial and valuation issues, experience in family law is a plus, but it is not required; we would consider complex commercial and civil litigation experience as well. While we focus on protecting and preserving our clients’ legal rights, we insist on doing so ethically, honestly and professionally, in an environment that furthers our clients’ long-term interests during the life transitions they are experiencing.


We are looking for a candidate who is detail-oriented and thrives working in a collaborative environment, which can sometimes be rather vibrant, particularly during trial. The candidate must feel comfortable communicating professionally with the Court, Court staff, opposing counsel and clients, both verbally and in writing. They must be able to navigate the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure (familiarity with the Civil Rules and an ability to command the Family Law Rules would be acceptable) and they must be capable of conducting Lexis legal research, state and county public database research and carefully docket discovery and trial deadlines. We generate high-volume discovery and disclosure so superior organization, document management and analytical skills are required.


If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume and cover letter to We look forward to hearing from you.



R.O.I. Properties is seeking an experienced Family Law or Probate Paralegal to join our team, on a part-time or full-time basis, in the Camelback Corridor.


  • 3+ years of experience as a paralegal in a Family or Probate Legal practice;
  • Commitment to obtain a Real Estate Salesperson’s license within 6 months of employment (R.O.I. will pay for coursework and exams); and
  • The successful candidate will be an organized team player and an outstanding problem-solver, able to work independently and collaboratively, while being efficient, creative, and conscientious. He or she must be an excellent communicator (written and verbal), and a “deal-maker” who is resourceful, and can multitask with ease, while having fun.


Come work with us because:

  • Our salary is competitive (DOE);
  • We provide great benefits! Medical benefits—employer paid for employee—75%; IRA Matching; Paid Vacation, Licensing, Board and Continuing Education Fees;
  • We have centrally located beautiful offices on 20th Street & Campbell (Just South of Camelback);
  • We take pride in our great culture and team environment and do fun team building activities;
  • Work with the best people in the industry;
  • We provide a great opportunity to learn and grow in the industry;
  • We celebrate often! new employees, team successes, birthdays and strong sales….;
  • We frequently bring in lunch or have celebratory “days off”; and
  • We volunteer/give back to the community, as a team, during the holidays, and with each closing

About R.O.I. Properties

R.O.I. Properties is an award-winning (Business Journal and Arizona Republic “Top 10”, and Republic Media’s “Who’s Who”), Phoenix-based, full-service, Residential and Commercial Real Estate Brokerage firm. Since its inception in 2003, R.O.I. has been involved in the acquisition and sale of over 4,500 real estate transactions.  Many of our assignments involve Special Master/Special Real Estate Commissioner, Receivership, Chapter 11 Trustee and other court appointments to sell property in family law, probate and partition matters. 

Job Duties:

  • Draft pleadings and participate in court hearings related to the sale or occupancy of real property;
  • Researching real estate records and assisting in the valuation of properties;
  • Showing properties to potential buyers, upon licensure; 
  • Opening escrows and proactively tracking transactions through to closing, through agent, title, lender, and client interface;
  • Responding to prospective buyer/agent inquiries, upon licensure;
  • Presenting offers and negotiating (upon licensure) contract terms;
  • Completing Marketing Reports;
  • Performing property intake and property checks;
  • Managing internal and external listing communications and schedules, including status reports, and audit functions to ensure information is complete, timely, and accurate; and
  • Creating /editing easy template flyers, e-blasts, and other marketing materials to promote listings;


How to Apply:

Please apply by sending your resume to


Litigation Paralegal

Want to work at a Best Places to Work and have the ability to shape and reinforce a great culture? This is an outstanding opportunity for a paralegal in our Phoenix, Arizona office. We are looking for an experienced construction litigation paralegal to join our team. This position works closely with the construction law department attorneys and assists in all phases of litigation, which may include document management, legal and case related research, drafting legal documents, utilizing litigation support software and client interactions.


Duties include:


  • Assist attorney with case and/or project management
  • Use litigation support software, trial preparation software, or on-line document repositories as required
  • Monitor case or project and follow up with attorney on any outstanding matters
  • Able to read, comprehend and synthesize large volumes of data
  • Responsible for finding and keeping track of facts relevant to case(s)
  • Prepare statements of facts and case-related timeline
  • Conduct research, including legal research, research/investigation of facts and any general client-related research/investigation using databases, on-line resources, and Westlaw
  • Document management, to include organizing and indexing documents chronologically, numerically and/or by subject matter, via electronic database and/or hard file
  • Respond to discovery requests
  • Prepare and coordinate document productions
  • Help attorney prepare for depositions by gathering and preparing documents relevant to deponent, as well as providing attorney with any helpful information
  • Assist attorney with motions, to include, draft initial motion, pull relevant documents, organize exhibits and create document indexes in preparation of motion filing
  • Search for and obtain needed expert witnesses
  • High level of reading comprehension and ability to understand facts of the case
  • Ability to draft documents and client correspondence
  • Proficiency in MS Suite, Perfect Law, I-manage, Eclipse SE and/or Relativity and Trial Director.
  • Experienced in task-based billing
  • Exercise excellent critical thinking skills and good judgment
  • Produce accurate work with keen attention to detail
  • Prioritize and use time efficiently
  • Be comfortable and capable of learning new technology
  • Work independently
  • Support multiple attorneys with various working styles
  • Any and all other duties as assigned



  • High school diploma and/ paralegal certificate from an accredited institution and/or Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience with e-discovery programs including Eclipse and/or Relativity
  • High level of skills with Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel
  • Excellent grammar skills, to include, punctuation and spelling
  • Must have a minimum of three years recent Arizona litigation paralegal experience in construction law
  • Must possess good judgment
  • Meticulous attention to detail


Job Type: Full Time

Salary: 60-70k


            How many years of paralegal experience? 3-5 minimum

            E-Discovery? What programs? Eclipse, Relativity


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FULL TIME FAMILY LAW PARALEGAL for long-time Family Law solo practitioner in
Central Phoenix. Applicants must have at least five (5) years prior family law paralegal
experience, with experience in database management, document management, Bates Labeling,
naming protocols, calendaring, docketing, discovery and disclosure procedures. Pay
commensurate with experience. Send resume to:
Innabi Law Firm PLLC is a boutique transactional law firm looking for Legal Assistant (with light paralegal assignments) for its Phoenix office. The Legal Assistant will be responsible for managing day-to-day operations of the law firm, including carrying out administrative services and providing support to the legal team. The ideal candidate for this position has a strong work ethic, exceptional problem-solving skills, and is comfortable working in a fast-paced and dynamic workplace. The ideal candidate has great attention to detail even while multi-tasking. Click Here for more information and to apply  

Seeking Paralegal / Legal Assistant with work experience in family law.  The candidate must be adept at handling incoming law firm phone calls, familiar with legal research tools, proofreading documents for correct grammar and punctuation.  Additional job duties include preparing various pleadings, drafting or transcribing client correspondence, organizing case files and preparing memos for attorneys. 


The candidate must have strong oral and written communication skills as well as computer proficiency.  Paralegal certificate is preferred. 


Salary: DOE




Estate Planning Paralegal

Snell & Wilmer, one of the largest and most prestigious law firms in the western United States, is currently seeking a full time Paralegal to join our Private Client Services (EstatePlanning) practice group in our Phoenix office. Qualified candidates should have
minimum of 5 years relevant experience.
Position primarily includes assisting attorneys with matters involving:

  • Customized estate planning;
  • Probate and trust administration;
  • Entity formation, governance and administration;
  • Basic real estate transactions and deeds;
  • Gift and estate tax returns;
  • Taxation and exempt organizations;
  • Charitable and business succession planning; and
  • Inter-generational wealth transfers.

Additional Qualifications include:

  • Strong work ethic and ability to self-start;
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize assignments while delivering consistent, quality work-product to both attorneys and clients;
  • Strong attention to detail;
  • Ability to work independently with appropriate supervision and to seek help whenneeded; and
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.

The successful candidate will have a professional appearance. Strict adherence to confidentiality is required. Baccalaureate degree required. Certificate from ABA accredited paralegal training program preferred. Significant estate planning experience may substitute for the paralegal certificate. Snell & Wilmer offers a competitive
performance compensation and benefits package, including health and life insurance, 401K, profit sharing, tuition reimbursement, and an employee assistance program.
Send resume in confidence to Director of Legal Professionals, Snell & Wilmer L.L.P. by email
to No phone calls please. Snell & Wilmer is an Equal OpportunityEmployer.















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