May 30, 2010

Per diem attorney jobs in Middle Atlantic region

We are looking for attys to handle hearing appearances. Majority of them are credit card collection cases in Civil Court, however, we do expungements in Criminal Court as well. They are mostly at the lower court level, but some at the higher level. We pay per appearance with no additional for travel or expenses. There is no prep work involved except for printing the emailed docs and taking them to court with you. You will be expected to review the docs prior to the hearing so you are aware of what the case involves. The only thing expected after the hearing is an email advising of the results within 24 hours of the hearing. We require monthly invoicing at the end of the month / first week of following month. You will be paid within 30 – 60 days from the invoice. The invoices are required to have the county and court, name of the case, results and who the client was. We do not pay much, but it is a great way to litigate each day and make a little extra money. We do not require a lot of litigation experience, and the cases certainly do not require an LLM, however, you have to have a "backbone." Some of our clients have assignment cases. Accordingly, there might not be a lot of supporting docs, as the debts may have originated with a company that no longer exists. You have to be able to handle yourself when that happens, and, as well as be willing to learn how to introduce documents without a witness, etc. You need to know the local rules. You have to be able to think on your feet and to "roll with the punches". There are no roadmaps given with the assignments. We need you to be a lawyer. We cannot guarantee a case load. We are looking for handling attorneys in each and every county throughout the state. We are continuing to grow at a rapid pace. We will eventually be handling other states as well. If you handle cases in a bordering State, this may be beneficial to you in the long run as well. Currently we serve NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD & DC.  Compensation: MINIMAL.

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