The FPA Job Bank is a service provided to the legal community.   Prospective employers are encouraged to utilize this service by contacting the Job Bank Chair Person with details about the position they seek to have filled. 

All inquiries by paralegals about job openings are confidential.

Current job openings are listed below:
(as of 3/3/18)

Fresno law office has an immediate opening for a skilled and experienced paralegal in civil litigation and construction defect.  Candidate must have excellent writing and communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to be a team player.  Candidate must also have a good understanding of the litigation and discovery process, familiar with construction and insurance terminology and methods, and experience in reviewing, organizing, and evaluating large volumes of construction documents and medical records.  The position also requires experience in preparing and tracking subpoenas for records and preparing detailed analytical document summaries, chronologies, and timelines.  Trial preparation experience is also a significant plus.  Position requires a Paralegal Certificate from an ABA-approved or equivalent program, and a minimum of 3 years of experience.  Compensation contingent upon level of experience.  Please email resume and cover letter to

Jessica Giannetta, Esq., is looking for a part-time Paralegal. Hours will be Monday thru Friday, 10:00 a.m., to 2:00 p.m.  The schedule is flexible.

Please email your resume to

Paralegal/Legal Assistant II Supporting the USAO

Location: Fresno, CA
Worksite: EOUSA
Requisition Number: 17-899
Posted Compensation: 22.66 per hour


FSA, a rapidly growing professional services company delivering highly qualified personnel in support of federal law enforcement, has an immediate vacancy for a Paralegal/Legal Assistant II to support the Affirmative Civil Enforcement (ACE) unit at the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

ACE refers to filing civil lawsuits on behalf of the United States. The purpose of these civil actions is to recover government money lost to fraud or other misconduct or to impose penalties for violations of federal health, safety or environmental laws. Enforcement actions include health care fraud, defense procurement fraud, grant fraud; fair housing, disability rights, and other civil rights enforcement; and tort actions to recover the cost of suppressing fires on national park or national forest land.

A Paralegal/Legal Assistant II executes the following duties:

Draft and proof motions, briefs, bills of cost, declarations, internal memoranda, production and witness subpoenas, and correspondence. Prepare summaries of testimony and depositions for attorneys.

Responsible for the management and organization of discovery for complex and high-profile cases and civil investigations, sometimes comprised of millions of documents.

Maintain detailed logs of the incoming and outgoing discovery, correspondence, productions, reports, exhibits, and parties to ensure the status on cases is easily discerned to anyone who should need to review the file.

Prepare discovery packets for distribution, and assemble and organize exhibits for use at trial, depositions, and interviews; arrange shipment of exhibits to multiple locations across the United States.

Maintain discovery in-house, processing productions through e-Scan IT to ensure the documents and files are load-ready.

Import the images, text, and data into an in-house discovery database, such as Summation or Concordance. Responsible for the optimization and upkeep of each case database. Once documents are loaded in a discovery database, analyze them and code relevant information into the case database.

With larger, document-intensive cases, manage the delivery of large-scale productions to a third party vendor for import into a discovery database. Relativity and Palantir are database programs used for larger cases. Utilize the various tools in Relativity to discover, analyze, and notate key documents for depositions, interviews, briefs, and trial.

Verify exhibit, case, and statute citations on letters, motions, and briefs to ensure all references are accurate and that the case law is still authoritative.

Create exhibits and visual aids for use at witness interviews, meetings, and for trial. Use trial presentation software to extract video clips from depositions and sync deposition transcripts with video.

Utilize Palantir to search, analyze, and filter relevant and key documents, create visual links and relationships between documents, people, or items, and to build charts and graphs.

Utilize multiple, complex software programs needed for the organization and assimilation of documents and information. This includes: e-Scan IT, i-Convert, Summation, Concordance, CaseMap, TimeMap, and TextMap.

Use the CaseMap Suite programs (CaseMap, TimeMap, and TextMap) independently of each other as well as concurrently to highlight key facts, events, and documents, create timelines, and manage, search, and create clips of deposition transcripts.


A Paralegal/Legal Assistant II must meet the following qualifications:

Possess a paralegal certificate

At least one year of litigation paralegal required; trial experience very helpful

Automated litigation support experience very helpful

Proficiency with Word, Relativity, Palantir, i-Convert, Summation, Concordance, CaseMap, TimeMap, and TextMap highly desired

Basic knowledge, including knowledge of standard legal citation system sufficient to perform basic legal research

Excellent written and oral communication skills, thorough knowledge of legal research tools

Hands-on familiarity with a variety of computer applications, including word processing, database, spreadsheet, and telecommunications

Ability to consistently deliver highest quality work under extreme pressure

This position requires U.S. Citizenship and a 7 (or 10) year minimum background investigation.

Area of Interest: Legal/Litigation Support

Position Schedule: Full-time

FSA is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote qualified persons in all job titles without regard to age, ancestry, color, gender, HIV status, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation (including gender expression and identity), veteran status, family leave status or any protected group status as defined by applicable law.

FSA supports the Department of Justice (DOJ) Asset Forfeiture Program and the multiple federal law enforcement agencies involved. As a government contractor, FSA employees more than 1,800 employees in over 450 government worksites. FSA recruits, hires and manages a broad range of professionals in numerous skill sets to include: accounting, administration, data analysis, complex financial investigation, legal support and operations management.

Senior Paralegal Opening


Job Title: NTD Sr Paralegal
Job ID: 50571
Location: California – Fresno
City: Fresno
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular

The Senior Paralegal opening is available in Nationwide’s Fresno, CA Trial Division office.  Experience working with civil litigation cases specifically insurance defense is preferred.

JOB SUMMARY:  Performs a variety of complex legal related tasks with minimal supervision of a trial attorney or managing attorney.  Assists in the preparation and trial of lawsuits by coordinating pre-trial proceedings, participating in discovery activities, drafting motions, pleadings, and subpoenas, obtaining witnesses and performing related duties.  Ability to handle small matters with little to no oversight and/or direction and handle medium size matters with some oversight and direction.  Skilled to mentor and train new paralegals within the office.  Activities may be directed by Trial Attorney, Managing Attorney or Regional Attorney.

Excellent benefits including 401K, Pension, PTO, Company paid life insurance and short term disability, and more.

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Established Immigration law firm seeks a full-time bilingual (English/Spanish) Legal Assistant/Paralegal to assist and work under the supervision of attorneys

The position demands a high degree of organizational skill and requires working closely with the firm’s immigrant clientele.  Responsibilities include gathering and organizing information and records; preparing applications and supporting documents for family-based, employment-based, removal defense, and other immigration cases; performing legal research using various electronic and written media; organizing research/data and drafting memoranda for attorneys and correspondence for clients and government.

The ideal candidate will possess a post-secondary degree or certification and experience working in immigration law. Must demonstrate English and Spanish communication skills, both spoken and written, be able to work independently and complete projects efficiently and within deadlines.

Candidates who meet the above criteria and have a solid work ethic and strong desire to help others and make a difference will be given heightened consideration. To apply, please send your resumé, salary expectations, and a brief statement of interest to: