Location: Atlanta, GA
40 hours work week - 8 hours - Monday - Friday
Clearance: the ability to pass a Minimum Background Investigation prior to starting work.
Note: US Citizenship is required
C&C International is looking for eight (8) law clerks (specifically “Law Clerk II”) that have law degrees from American Bar Association (ABA)-accredited law schools.
Each law clerk shall have at least 1-3 years of experience performing litigation support functions in Federal district court cases. Due to the nature of the litigation, the preference is law clerks with a familiarity with IHS, the ISDEAA, and the Contract Disputes Act, and/or assessment of financial statements and costs.
The Law Clerk will provide the following services:
Perform legal research: The contractor will research laws, regulations, case law, court rules, and other authorities on various topics as assigned. The contractor will synthesize and interpret the research and will summarize legal rules in memoranda.
- Draft memorandums: The contractor will draft original memoranda summarizing legal research and analysis.
- Draft claims- and litigation-related documents: The contractor will draft statements of legal rules for incorporation into various claims- and litigation-related documents.
- Conduct claims review: The contractor will provide an initial review of contract claims for legal sufficiency. The contractor will extract key data points from the claims for entry into a database.
- Assist with discovery requests: The contractor will provide assistance with responding to discovery requests, which may include, but is not limited to, performing document review.
Graphics design, often providing several options based on conceptual ideas presented. Works with the trial team, including expert witnesses, to develop plans for trial or hearings using a courtroom presentation system. Prepares exhibit images for particular uses (e.g. zooming in on or highlighting a particular paragraph, or setting up two exhibits side by side on the screen). Develops simple graphic images/exhibits using standard off-the-shelf software packages, such as PowerPoint. Advises attorneys on the effectiveness of certain exhibits or sequences of exhibits. Is responsible for the set-up and smooth operation of the presentation system in the courtroom. Digitizes audio and video clips. Synchronizes clips with written transcripts.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a trial team through the entire pretrial and trial cycle, conceptualizing and creating graphics, identifying and scanning exhibits, scripting with the attorneys, setting up the courtroom, operating and troubleshooting the system in the courtroom. Must be thoroughly familiar with standard courtroom presentation packages such as Trial Director and Sanction, as well as PowerPoint. Must have excellent oral communication skills. Must be able to work effectively as a team member in an extremely pressured environment.