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High volume solo Family Law and Criminal practice is seeking a full-time (32-40 hours per week) administrative/legal assistant to directly support the attorney and other staff. Tasks include filing, scanning, calendaring, answering a multi-line phone, working with online E-filing systems (i.e. LINX and King County E-filing System) and interacting with clients. Prior experience as a legal assistant required. Prior family law experience a plus.


  • Prior experience as a legal assistant or paralegal,
  • Timely,
  • Strong work ethic,
  • Takes direction well,
  • Works well independently and on a team,
  • Professional demeanor,
  • Attention to detail and deadlines,
  • Ability to multi-task,
  • Excellent organization skills, and
  • Strong computer skills on multiple software programs including Microsoft Office and Outlook.

Potential candidates MUST meet the following requirements:

  • Read, write and speak fluent English;
  • Demonstrate an understanding of Family Law;
  • Be available to work full-time (4 or 5 days week) during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm); and
  • Provide good references for prior legal assistant experience.

If qualified and interested, please email cover letter, resume and references to kim@eaglelawoffices.com.

Health benefits are NOT offered for this position at this time.

Location: Downtown Seattle
Hours: 8-5, full-time


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