As a Legal Process Assistant (LPA II or LPA III) you will process legal petitions, subpoenas, warrants, summons, judgments and dispositions, review documents for accuracy, completeness and signatures; and distribute documents to legal professionals. You will create and maintain records, and update court databases with pleas, dispositions, sentences, motions and notices.
The LPA III position is the lead for the LPA II team, and requires supervisory experience in addition to the skills and experiences listed below.
SKILLS YOU WILL NEED
To thrive in this role, you must have excellent attention to detail and exemplary customer service skills.
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE/TRAINING THAT SUPPORTS YOUR SUCCESS
Having some court legal processing experience in a District Court, Juvenile Court or Superior Court is helpful. Experiences in managing legal processes and other complicated, rules-based work will support your success in this position.