Slater Vecchio LLP

  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

2 job(s) at Slater Vecchio LLP

Slater Vecchio LLP Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Sep 27, 2020
Full time
Are you the right person to help our clients? Slater Vecchio LLP is dedicated to both clients and employees – that’s what has made our firm so successful! Right now, we’re looking to hire talented professionals in a Paralegal role. Slater Vecchio is a highly-respected plaintiff personal injury law firm located in downtown Vancouver. We help people who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents or harmed by hazardous or defective products and unsafe environments pull through complex and difficult life and legal challenges. Our goal is to help them with their recovery and secure their futures. And our people make that happen. For this Paralegal role, we need someone who is a client service oriented, extremely organized, and a whiz at multi-tasking. That means being consistently accurate and reliable in your work, with the compassion and empathy to deal with clients during some stressful situations. The work is challenging, but our office environment isn’t. Slater Vecchio prides itself on a collaborative, energetic, client-focused culture where employees are valued, celebrated, and provided ample room to grow. Teamwork is at the core of what we do, so you’ll be working closely with a great group of like-minded professionals, performing a wide array of paralegal functions. So, are you up for the task? The challenges are big, but so are the rewards. Here’s what the ideal candidate brings: · Previous experience as a Paralegal working in a personal injury firm · Knowledge and understanding of Part VII benefits · Detail oriented with excellent ability to multi-task, prioritize, and organize · Strong analytical skills · Superior verbal and written communication skills · The ability to work independently and within a team, and · A strong work ethic and initiative. Qualifications: · Graduation from an accredited Paralegal program or law degree from an accredited university · 2 + years of experience in a plaintiff personal injury firm · Good knowledge of Amicus Attorney, PC Law, Primafact Imaging Software, MS Word, Excel, and Outlook Slater Vecchio is committed to career growth and training opportunities for all employees. Qualified candidates are invited to submit a resume and covering letter to: Donna Embree, B.A., B.Ed., CPHR Director of Human Resources & Operations
Slater Vecchio LLP Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
May 14, 2020
Contract
Slater Vecchio LLP is one of the largest and best known personal injury law firms in British Columbia. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with unparalleled service and superior results. At Slater Vecchio our associate lawyers are a key part of our client-focused approach to personal injury law. Our associate lawyers have extensive communication with clients, insurance representatives, opposing counsel, experts and staff. They communicate effectively across all spectrums with the goal of providing the best possible service and results for our clients. Requirements: Our firm values a client-first-service model and successful candidates for our associate lawyer position will have exceptional legal skills combined with outstanding customer service skills. In addition to unimpeachable ethics, strong analytic skills and unwavering legal advocacy, the position demands outstanding communication abilities and an entrepreneurial spirit. Successful candidates will have demonstrated the capacity to multi-task, prioritize and manage their time efficiently, as well as strong advocacy, research and analytical skills. The associate lawyer is dedicated to the pursuit of justice and demonstrates true compassion for our clients. A minimum 1 year of experience working in the personal injury field is a prerequisite. Specific Duties and Responsibilities Investigate claims; Gather evidence and formulate legal theories; Legal Research; Draft pleadings, motions and discovery; Interview and depose witnesses; and Prepare for trial and advocate at trial Knowledge and Skills Excellent drafting and writing skills with close attention to detail; Ability to write about complex legal issues clearly and concisely, in lay terms; Entrepreneurial spirit; Enthusiasm, with a desire to improve the efficiency of legal services; Strong analytical, problem-solving skills and issue resolution skills; Outstanding time management, planning and organizational skills; Ability to work as an open and inclusive team player; Relates easily to a broad range of people; Willing to look at issues from other points of view; and Tactful, sensitive and aware of organizational dynamics and competing interests Qualified candidates are invited to submit a resume and covering letter to: Donna Embree, B.A., B.Ed., CPHR Director of Human Resources & Operations *Only short listed candidates will be contacted, no phone calls please.*