Court Procedures & Docketing Clerk - San Francisco, CA

Location: San Francisco, CA
Date Posted: 03-12-2018
Court Procedures & Docketing Clerk - San Francisco, CA
The Court Procedures Docketing Clerk (the “Docket Clerk”) is a hybrid position performing all responsibilities attendant to the Court Procedures Group’s court filings and docketing and calendaring functions. The Docketing Clerk performs these duties working at the direction of, and with guidance from the Court Procedures Managing Clerks. The Docketing Clerk is specifically responsible for conducting rules compliance review and filing and service of all documents submitted to the Group for filing with courts in all federal and state jurisdictions throughout the U.S.; docket research and document retrieval; assistance in the preparation, issuance and service of process and subpoenas; assistance in the initiation of actions both electronically and manually in federal and state courts; participation in the Court Procedures Group’s CM/ECF electronic filing rotation by assisting in the maintenance and oversight of the CM/ECF registration process and execution of the electronic court filing workload; and performance of daily court runs to federal and local state courts. The Docketing Clerk is also responsible for providing assistance and support to the Group’s docketing and calendaring system for firm Litigation matters. In that role, the Docketing Clerk is an information resource and point of contact for litigation-related calendar inquiries and is called upon to be a fully-trained participant in the day to day execution of the Group’s  LED workflow queue including: document review and analysis for calendar events; litigation event deadline entry into the CompuLaw Vision database, research of local rules, orders, and judicial preferences to ensure accurate deadline generation; and routine CompuLaw/Vision database administration.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred with a minimum of one to three years of relevant experience in a law firm setting. Quality experience obtained during internships may account for the required experience. Candidates should have a working knowledge of federal and state court rules, courts’ structures, procedural legal research, litigation support and MS Office experience. Candidates must possess a professional demeanor, superior oral and written communication skills, strong client service skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced professional environment.
To Apply: Please email your resume for immediate consideration to:
Craig Fleck
Vice President
Chelsea Search Group
3050 Rue D'Orleans #317
San Diego, CA 92110
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