Litigation Paralegal - St. Louis

Sandberg Phoenix Recruiting for a Litigation Paralegal

Sandberg Phoenix is recruiting an experienced litigation paralegal with 3+ years of experience in litigation supporting a team of attorneys in the health law and products liability practice areas.

We believe that each member of our firm is a valuable member of the team where excellence, mutual respect, personal responsibility and community service are the values we support each day.  Shareholders, associates, paralegals and staff work in an open, collegial environment that makes it easy to collaborate on projects, problem-solve, and work as a team in servicing our clients. 

As a paralegal in litigation, you will receive challenging projects and handle responsibilities to include:

  • Organize documents and coordinate document productions to include bates-stamping, redaction, and indexing of documents.  Work under the guidance of an attorney on electronic productions.
  • Prepare a chronology of facts, medical records and create production logs.
  • Obtain, review, organize preliminary documentation and information received from clients and opposing counsel.
  • Create and maintain internal case management databases, run searches on internal and external resources.
  • Assist in locating fact witnesses and expert witnesses; gather and prepare documents relevant to testimony; conduct interviews of witnesses within scope of paralegal’s job function.
  • Assist attorney(s) in developing the defense of case and trial strategy.
  • Draft correspondence and responsive pleadings, routine motions, discovery and affidavits for review and signature by attorney.
  • Assist in trial preparations to include organization of file and exhibits; coordinate trial set-up and logistics; assist attorneys in courtroom when needed; serve as liaison with witnesses.

To help you succeed, Sandberg Phoenix will invest in you, with continued skill development opportunities, attending practice group meetings, mentoring, dues support to join a professional organization and opportunities to serve on firm committees such as Charitable Efforts, Diversity and Wellness Committees.

Only those candidates who are highly motivated, hard-working, and committed to exceptional client service will be considered.  Minimum requirements include a four year degree in paralegal studies or a Bachelor’s degree in another field and one year certification in Paralegal Studies with strong oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, file management experience and experience acquiring and summarizing medical records.  Successful candidate will have a proven success of working in a fast-paced, continually changing environment with the ability to prioritize and excellent time management skills.

If the above describes you, come join our team.  Apply online at  If you have any questions, please contact Erica Howell, Talent Acquisition Coordinator at 314-231-3332.