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Posted: Monday, July 24, 2017 12:08 AM


Company Name: Gaines Gault Hendrix PC

Required Travel: None
Min Education: H.S. Diploma/Equivalent
Min Experience: 0-1 Year
Job Function: Clerk
Job Type: Full-Time
Salary: $28,000.00 - $30,000.00 (Yearly Salary)

On a daily basis, a subpoena clerk in our office is responsible for typing/drafting, e?filing, and mailing out the necessary legal documents (Notices of Discovery, Notices of Intent, Rule 45 Subpoenas) to obtain medical, employment, and various other types of records. Once those records arrive in the office, the subpoena clerk is responsible for processing them? keeping track of dates received in a Records Log in the file, ensuring the records are scanned in, distributing the hard copies to the appropriate attorney in the office, and paying any associated invoices. Other common duties include handling incoming phone calls from providers who have been subpoenaed, keeping notes regarding those calls, and entering time and expenses in our billing software, Juris. Less frequently, the subpoena clerk will be responsible for things such as filing trial or deposition subpoenas, forwarding those to the process server, and keeping track of the status of service; online retrieval of accident reports and driving histories; contacting providers to determine the status of a records request; and contacting court clerks in other states to determine the necessary steps to issue a subpoena in an out?of?state court.

This position needs someone who is very detail?oriented and a quick learner. A subpoena clerk also needs to be able to work independently and manage a large workload without immediate supervision.

**The position DOES NOT involve actually serving legal documents? that is outsourced to a process server.

Job Requirements
Must have some legal experience

Contact Person: Teresa Yates
Email Address:
Phone: 205-402-4804

• Location: Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama

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