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Housing Paralegal (I, II, III, IV)



FLSA Classification:


Reports To:

Practice Group Director



Overview of Position:

Under the direct supervision of an attorney, the Housing Paralegal assists in providing comprehensive legal services by performing specific legal functions on behalf of clients, including some advocacy as can be performed by a non-lawyer. The Housing Paralegal focuses on the preservation of fair and affordable housing and represents clients who are at risk of displacement in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Interview and counsel client under the supervision of an attorney
  • Assist with Housing Hotline, conducting intake applications
  • Provide limited service to clients, interfacing with outside counsel, internal clients, and other parties in a case
  • Work in conjunction with staff attorneys in cases that involve landlord-tenant law and other legal issues
  • Work effectively as part of a team that includes attorneys, support staff, volunteers, and students
  • Participate in clinics and other community outreach projects, and supporting the response to discovery demands, legal research
  • Assisting in the processing of new complaints and creating opening new matters in the case management
  • Performs other related duties as required

Desired Education and Experience:

  • Four (4) year college degree or Paralegal Certificate from an ABA accredited school
  • 1-year relevant legal experience
  • Knowledge of legal terminology and legal document management
  • Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal service
  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Accurate typing skills with the ability to type 60 WPM
  • Previous calendaring experience
  • Ability to be flexible to adapt and act quickly when urgent matters require it
  • Self-motivated, takes initiative, ability to learn quickly
  • Access to highspeed home internet for remote work
  • Language: Ability to read, write and communicate in English with Spanish being a plus

Benefits & Compensation:

$24.00 – $42.00 (Depending on experience)

How to Apply:

Please use this link to apply via Microsoft Forms:


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