Litigation paralegals are invaluable to attorneys before, during, after the litigation process. Litigation paralegals make up the backbone from the trial team. They manage the a large number of details involved with trial preparation, trial execution, and publish trial work.
The main responsibilities and required the litigation paralegal (starting with the analysis phase and ending using the appeals phase) range from the following:
Litigation paralegals frequently move forward within the pre-claim analysis. The paralegal’s role may involve locating and interviewing witnesses, taking witness statements, gathering documents and evidence, creating situation analysis notebooks, organizing documents, and developing a chronology of details. Litigation paralegals around the complaintant side may conduct initial client interviews and perform initial situation assessments.