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Attorney & Paralegal Positions Available

Law Office of Greg Quimby, a family law firm, expanding and looking for a full time Colorado Licensed Attorney, no experience required.  We are looking for a full time experienced family law paralegal and a part time or full time legal assistant.  Please send resume & references to contact@gregquimby.com.

Experienced Legal Assistant/Paralegal Available

Experienced contract Legal Assistant/Paralegal available full-time or part-time. Areas of practice Litigation (Civil, Construction, Land, Breach of Contract, Employment); Administrative Law; Probate; Estate Planning; Personal Injury; Med Mal; Family Law. Experienced in Microsoft Office 365 and WordPerfect; Colorado Courts E-filing and USDC ECF experience. Current Notary Public. Call Peggy Barber - 719-233-8623 or email pjbarber310@gmail.com. References available upon request.

Paralegal Internship

Johnson Kush, P.C. is a family law firm located in downtown Colorado Springs. This firm is looking for a detailed-oriented, professional and ambitious paralegal student for the fall 2018 semester. If selected, this paralegal student will work closely with attorney Joi Kush (partner) and will be exposed to great networking opportunities. Flexible hours, parking provided and a potential stipend may be offered to the right candidate.

To apply, contact Joi G. Kush at joi@johnsonkush.com or (719) 640-5914.

Full-Time Associate Attorney Position

We are looking for a full-time Associate Attorney to join our rapidly expanding firm in downtown Colorado Springs, CO.  Our focus is primarily on Probate and Civil Litigation, though we also take cases in Criminal Defense, Family Law (limited), and Juvenile Law.  Associates should be ready to practice in any of these fields as needed and expect to spend a significant amount of time in court.

Requirements: Colorado Bar License

Benefits: Salary with bonus structure + Health Benefits

To apply, send brief Cover Letter, Resume, Short Writing Sample, and law school Transcript copy to mlschneiderlaw@gmail.com.

Magistrate Opening

Job Title:
Magistrate
Job Code:
450500
Monthly Salary Range:
$11,644.00 - $11,644.00
Signature of the State Court Administrator approval available on file in the Human Resources Division.
General Statement Of Duties:
Performs a variety of judicial duties in the Colorado Judicial System including deciding the merits of cases, hearing and evaluating evidence and witness credibility, analyzing laws and rules, making findings of fact and conclusions of law and issuing oral or written decisions and orders to resolve cases. Provides administrative direction for the operation of a judicial division including supervisory accountability for division staff, volunteers or interns.
Distinguishing Factors:
Work assignments are designated by the Chief Judge of the judicial district and can require performing judicial duties in any or all of the following areas: criminal, civil, juvenile, domestic relations, probate, traffic and other judicial proceedings. The Magistrate position reports to the Chief Judge of the Judicial District and is not an elected position.  A Magistrate serves in a classified, non-certified position that is considered at-will and may be terminated at any time with or without cause.
Essential Functions Of the Position:
Conducts the following judicial activities:
Initial appearance proceedings, including advisement of rights, setting bail, and imposition of conditions of release pending further proceedings; Bond review hearings; Preliminary and disposition hearings; Arraignments on indictments and information; etc.
Supervisor Responsibilities:
This position requires administrative responsibility for the operation of a judicial division including supervisory accountability for division staff, volunteers, or interns. Etc.
Minimum Education:
Graduation from an accredited law school; possession of a certificate of admission to the Bar of the State of Colorado and eligibility to practice law before the courts of the State of Colorado. Applicants must have at least five (5) years of experience as a practicing attorney. etc.
 For full details on this position and how to apply, see the position listing on the Fourth Judicial's Website.

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