Legal Excellence across Cultures & Continents
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Legal Excellence across Cultures and Continents
La Excelencia Legal en Todas las Culturas y Estados
Servicio 24/7
Legal Excellence across Cultures and Continents
Работаем 24/7
  • Must have a JD or LLM Degree
  • Must be licensed to practice law in at least one of the fifty states of the U.S.
  • Represent clients in removal proceedings, USCIS interviews, and NY criminal, civil, and family court proceedings;
  • Present evidence, witnesses, and summarize cases;
  • Prepare motions, briefs, and applications;
  • Research and analyze the applicable laws and regulations;
  • Consult with clients, advise on legal rights, and obligations; Supervise legal assistants.
About 50 hours a week

Please Mail CV to: Demidchik Law Firm, PLLC, 13618 39th Ave, 8th floor, Flushing, NY 11354
  • Strong work ethics; reliability and dependability
  • Must be able to work overtime and on weekends
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills
  • Excellent listening skills and the ability to ask probing questions, understand concerns, and overcome objections
  • Has strong work ethics. Reliable and dependable
  • Self-starter and problem-solver. Has the ability to effectively manage multiple priorities and adapt to change within fast-paced environment
  • Highly organized and detail oriented with the ability to multi-task, learn fast, and work in a team environment
  • Critical/analytical thinker
  • Be able to speak, read, write, and type in both english and Chinese
  • Candidate who has the flexibility of working over time and on weekends is a plus
  • Candidate MUST have a Bachelor's degree in accounting
  • Candidate MUST have 3 + years of accounting experience
  • Processing payroll semi-monthly
  • Responsible for daily/monthly bank reconciliations and financial statements
  • Regularly maintain detailed reconciliations of all balance sheet accounts and general ledger entries
  • Calculating billable hours for retainer clients, and manage the Trust Accounts
  • Ensuring all accounting practices are in compliance with legal guidelines and established accounting principles
Attorney (Santa Clara, CA)
Job Description

Client Interview, Consultation, and Legal Research

  1. Interview potential clients about detailed case information after intake clerks' conflict of interest screening.
  2. Provide preliminary analysis of potential cases, evaluate the merits of the case.
  3. Converse with current clients, provide legal analysis of the cases, case strategies, legal options, and probable consequences based on laws and precedents.
  4. Conduct legal research on black-letter laws and case laws, draft legal memoranda analyzing the issues and make legal recommendations.
Immigration Documents Preparations and Attending Immigration Court Hearings

  1. Fill out immigration forms, such as family-based immigration applications and employment-based immigration applications, review immigration documents prepared by law clerks.
  2. Prepare immigration application packets, draft petition letters and responses to USCIS and immigrations courts, select and present relative evidence to USCIS and immigration courts.
  3. Draft motions to substitute counsel, motion to change venue, motion to adjourn to the immigration courts.
  4. Prepare clients for interviews and immigration court hearings, attend immigration court master hearings and individual hearings.
  5. Converse with ICE officers about the case status of detained clients, draft immigration bail letter.
Attending Criminal Hearings, Preparation of Criminal Law Documents, Negotiation with DAs, and Jail Visitation

  1. Prepare legal and factual arguments, attend criminal arraignments, preliminary hearings, and pre-trial conferences.
  2. Negotiate with DA to reach an agreement on a mutually acceptable plea.
  3. Draft memoranda of points and authorities, collect evidence and present them to the court, analyze the credibility of the evidence presented by DA.
  4. Visit clients detained in jails and advise them of their Miranda rights, right to counsel, and other due process rights.
Case Management

  1. Hold case management conference with other attorneys and legal assistants, set deadlines of the tasks.
  2. Review the case progress and task assignment, report to the management about the caseload and case progress.
  3. Communicate with the clients about the major steps in the case and listen to clients' feedbacks.

Minimum Requirements:

  1. J.D. degree from U.S. accredited law school.
  2. California bar admission with current bar license.
  3. Strong oral and written communication skills, and research ability.

Please send your inquiry and CV to