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For Those Who Love a Challenge

The attorneys and professional staff at Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney (MPBF) are defined by their commitment to quality legal work and a competitive spirit. We seek men and women who enjoy intellectual athleticism, a strong sense of teamwork and a supportive professional environment that recognizes skilled individuals for their superior work.

Litigation Secretary – San Francisco

MPBF currently has an opening for a Litigation Secretary in our San Francisco office. Ideal candidates should have a Bachelor's degree and at least five years of experience as a litigation secretary, preferably supporting multiple attorneys at a time. This position requires experience in all phases of complex litigation from beginning phases of discovery through trial and appeals, including the ability to calculate and calendar legal deadlines in accordance with statutory local, state, federal and administrative rules. Candidates should be proficient using legal technologies including Word, Outlook and Excel and be comfortable creating Table of Contents, Table of Authorities, and Jury Instructions. Experience with ProLaw or another document management system preferred. Strong candidates will have excellent communication, organization, grammar and proofing skills. Candidates should be dependable, have a positive attitude, a team player approach and the ability to interact professionally with clients. 

Litigation Attorney – Sacramento

MPBF is currently seeking a Litigation Attorney to join our Sacramento office. Candidates should have hands-on experience in all phases of litigation including law and motion, depositions, trial and appeals and should be proficient in oral and written advocacy. Candidates should have excellent communication and organizational skills, demonstrate clear and concise writing skills and perform thorough legal analysis. Attorneys at MPBF need to be comfortable working in a fast paced environment while working both independently and as part of a team. Candidates should be comfortable speaking in public and working directly with clients and opposing counsel.

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