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Paralegal / Legal Assistant
Boykin & Davis LLCColumbia, SC
Experience: office related, 1 year (Preferred)litigation, 3 years (Preferred)Office, 3 years (Required)paralegal, 4 years (Preferred)filing management, 1 year (Preferred)
$17 - $20 an hour Full-time
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Boykin & Davis LLCColumbia, SC
220 Stoneridge Drive, Suite, 100
jobsearcher.com/articlesPalmetto School Of Career Development Columbia Sc
USC Aiken was also recognized in the Chronicle of Higher Education's annual list of Great Colleges to Work For in 2013, 2014 and 2016.
We're open to different backgrounds and degrees, we just need to know that you've succeeded in sales and that you have experience in education.
Paralegal Assistant
Boykin & Davis LLCColumbia, SC
0707 JOB DESCRIPTION FOR PARALEGAL Assist lawyers by researching legal precedent, investigating facts, and preparing legal documents.
$17 - $20 an hour Full-time

Company: boykin davis in Columbia, SC

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