7 Feb 2023
Full-Time Leveraged Finance Law Clerk – Raiganj
The Law Clerk does a lot of administrative work for an attorney or a group of lawyers, like writing and revising legal papers, managing legal tasks, and keeping in touch with clients and regulatory bodies.
Job Title : Leveraged Finance Law Clerk
Location : Raiganj, West Bengal, India
Salary : $ 26.07 per hour.
Company : Hamel Law Firm, PC
Job Type : Full-Time
- Letter-writing responsibilities include assistance with document preparation and the implementation of legal papers into the company’s operations.
- by meeting with judges and discussing cases, ensure that all required information is presented and understood An additional responsibility is to write judgements in both civil and criminal matters, including opinions and orders.
- Make a deliberate effort to find and capitalize on commercial opportunities that are relevant to the legal sector, and then develop and execute website features and functionality that are acceptable for the industry.
- Consider using the skills and abilities indicated above in any additional work assignments that need them.
- To be utilized in court proceedings, gathers, sorts, and indexes a wide range of information.
- Researches precedential and related cases, laws, and opinions; summarizes findings, including likely outcome based on information available; submits findings to assigned judge; prepares multiple summaries for all judges involved in en banc panel (or argument court) cases.
- An in-depth look at the legal arguments and authority provided by both sides, as well as research into whether or not those arguments and authority are legitimate or correct.
- Be willing to travel as the principle requires, including helping with client engagements, presentations, and similar events.
- They use their independent judgment to do research and then produce a proposed opinion for a judge to explain a court’s decision and reasons, based on that study, for those who are arguing in court proceedings.
- Inquiries into reports and referrals made by federal, tribal and state investigators for probable cause; assesses the need for more information and evidence and develops thorough techniques to acquire essential information and evidence.
- The ability to communicate with members of the public, other departments, offices, and co-workers in a friendly, efficient, and responsible way is essential whether in person or over the telephone.
- familiarity with the statutes and regulations governing civil and criminal matters as they apply to the jurisdiction of the Court of Common Pleas
- Be able to work well with others, to respect authorities, and to treat the public with decency and courtesy
- Writing opinions, memos, and other legal papers addressing pertinent topics, law, and precedent, as well as judicial positions is required.
- must have a Juris Doctor or Bachelor of Laws degree from an accredited law institution at the time of enrollment or completion