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Employment Law Paralegal

Weir Greenblatt Pierce LLP is looking for an experienced, full-time Employment Law Paralegal to support the Practice Group in our Philadelphia office. The ideal candidate will have an understanding of PA/NJ administrative process and legal proceedings, will be a team player, have 3+ years of experience in Employment Law and must be a self-starter who can work independently. Must be able to maintain excellent relations/communications with clients and time management skills.

DUTIES will include, but are not limited to:

Conducting client intakes; Preparing state and federal pleadings; Filing court documents electronically. Preparing and monitoring the service of complaints; Drafting and filing EEOC Charges and responses; Drafting various correspondence and legal documents; Drafting interrogatories, document requests and notices of deposition; Work with clients and assist in responding to discovery requests; Compile, organize and bates stamp discovery responses; Drafting and responding to subpoenas; Conducting legal research on various employment issues; Calendaring and calculating deadlines and due dates, follow up with clients/attorneys as necessary; Perform administrative tasks as requested


Associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies or degree in another field with a certificate in Paralegal Studies, required.

Minimum of 3+ years Employment Law experience, required.

Must have excellent organizational and analytical skills, strong attention to detail, and excellent writing and editing skills.

Job Type: Full-time

COVID-19 considerations:
All applicants must be fully vaccinated in accordance with the CDC guidelines.

Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and any salary requirements to Kathleen Remetta at

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