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Legal Assistant II
Ref No.: 18-05965
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Start Date: 10/01/2018
Order # RFQ1322918
Job Title Legal Assistant II
Number of resumes 5 resumes each
Resume Due 08/28/2018 EOD









Job Description
Job Title FLU Paralegal II
Client Department of Justice
Financial Litigation Unit (FLU)
Place of Performance The United States Attorney's Office,
210 PARK AVE, SUITE 400
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Resume Due 8/28/2018 EOD
Number of Positions 1
No of Resumes 5
Period of performance A base period and four (4) option periods (1920 hours each.)
Start Approx. Oct 1, 2018
US Citizen Mandatory
Security Clearance Public Trust, level 6, high risk
Experience Preferred defense or Department of Justice experience
References 3 professional references:
Name ,title, Company Name, Contact information, Job description

Job Duties
At least three years of litigation paralegal experience required; civil practice, including discovery support or financial collection experience is very helpful. At least one year of experience in automated litigation support. The contractor shall provide litigation services to include, but not limited to the following:
  1. Provides a variety of direct legal support assistance services to AUSA staff working in the Financial Litigation Unit. Typical assignments include:

- Examines, prepares and processes a variety of technical legal and financial documents which are characteristically voluminous and complex in format. Reviews incoming material and independently determines the need for assembly and preparation of a variety of legal documents, e.g., motions, orders, pleadings, and subpoenas. Obtains needed information from files, law enforcement agencies, or other sources, and submits completed legal documents to the appropriate AUSA or, in limited cases, directly to the court. In preparation of documents, considers the nature and the status of the case involved. With limited instructions from the AUSA, prepares such legal actions as garnishments, writs of execution, subpoenas, notices, affidavits, proofs of claim, and satisfaction of judgment. Completes variable aspects of recurring legal documents in conformance with the rules governing their style and format.

- Provides assistance to attorneys in trial preparation by performing duties such as independently compiling trial notebooks, assembling jury instructions, and compiling witness and exhibit lists. Coordinates with the victim/witness specialist to ensure adherence to current Departmental guidelines relating to victims' rights and services responsibilities. Notifies appropriate individuals of victim/witness issues.

- Using original and online legal resources, verifies citations and statutory references contained in legal documents. Ensures citations are complete and consistent with source material.

- Composes original letters that do not require legal interpretations, but do require a good working knowledge of legal procedures and specialized terminology, e.g., transmittal of pleadings, requests for extensions of time in certain cases, advising of actions taken or developments in cases referred by other federal departments and agencies, and notices to attorneys representing defendants.

2. Provides a variety of direct clerical and administrative support assistance services to serviced AUSA staff. Typical assignments include:

- Receives visitors and telephone callers. Furnishes requested information concerning pending and closed matters and cases, functions and general procedures of the office. Determines which matters should be referred to the AUSA and the urgency of the matter.

- Establishes and maintains a variety of files. Searches legal reference files for information needed by AUSAs in conducting interviews and preparing correspondence. Assembles exhibits, affidavits, and other legal documents from file material. Separates, screens, selects, assembles, and organizes files and records material for disposition or transfer to records depository in accordance with established procedures.

- Performs docketing duties such as opening, updating and closing cases through use of the automated case tracking system. As necessary, searches database for required information.

- Enters information into various databases and monitors for continued necessity. Reviews bills and invoices and submits to budget office for payment.

- Maintains calendar of assigned active cases. Tracks filing, hearing, and trial dates, and scheduling conferences and interviews. Develops and maintains suspense system for ongoing cases and informs the AUSA of pending dates and deadlines. Maintains calendar(s) of the AUSA(s), scheduling appointments, interviews, and conferences, and provides reminders of commitments and court appearances.

3. Produces a variety of written documents and materials utilizing a wide range of office software applications. For example, assignments may include integrating output from different software types, e.g., tables produced by database applications and charts and graphs produced by electronic spreadsheet applications, into word processing or desktop publishing text. Products include complicated tables, graphs and charts which may be incorporated into legal documents or courtroom presentations. Ensures proper format, spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar.

4. Provides automated litigation assistance to attorneys in trial preparation and courtroom presentations. Utilizes various software applications and graphics hardware such as scanners and plotters. Prepares documents, charts, and visual materials for use in trials. Provides technical support e.g., enlarging charts and photographs, duplicating tapes and videos, and marking exhibits.

5. Performs other related duties as assigned.