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We are always looking for new team members who are passionate about pursuing our mission: to advocate for people in a fight for their worth as human beings, and to lead them through conflict. Our office has achieved steady growth over many years, and a big part of our success is our focus on putting good people on effective teams to make a meaningful impact in our clients’ lives.

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We’re proud to hire many people into their first office or professional job, and help them grow into career professionals with a deep, powerful skill set. Whether you have legal experience or not, if you care about being the best you can be, doing impactful work, providing great customer service, and being part of a successful team, we want to hear from you!

You will be responsible for the sale of our services as personal injury attorneys to potential clients by fielding their incoming calls with concern and a compassionate voice. You need to efficiently evaluate the complex facts of their case through active listening and determine whether this is a case in which we have the potential to make an impact for that client. If so, you will close the sale and lead them through the rest of our onboarding process. You will also work closely with our marketing team to collaborate on outbound sales tactics and other partnerships to bring in new cases.

  • Assisting an attorney and paralegal with daily job functions, including speaking with current and potential clients, drafting correspondence, filing lawsuits, and preparing legal documents.
  • Gaining paralegal skills. Most of our paralegals started here as their first legal job. New hires typically spend the first few days learning to handle the phones, specialized software, and basic office procedures. In the first few weeks, they are learning the basics of a case, and how to assist the attorney with basic office and legal tasks. As their understanding of the legal system and our processes grow, the trainee becomes a crucial player on an attorney’s team, where he or she is not just in a supporting role but an equal part of the team’s success in helping our client.

Prior legal experience is not required—we care more about who you are and what you are capable of learning to do. However, there are some preliminary requirements:

  • Typing ability (40 wpm minimum) and basic computer competency
  • Ability to communicate clearing and work as part of a team
  • Responsible and reliable. Able to commit to a set daily schedule.
  • Professional in demeanor, communication, and appearance.
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Dunnion Law, headquartered in Monterey, has both on-site and remote career opportunities.

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