Non-Attorney Employment Opportunities


Listed by City then by Date Posted  


(Updated 3/8/2021)







Anchorage: Associate Attorney I (Legal Advocate) – Alaska Public Defender Agency


This position works in the Civil section of the Agency’s Anchorage office and under the guidance of Agency attorneys, provides advocacy and support to clients by helping them locate and access services that aid them in successful completion of case plans or in preparing for litigation to reunify their families.  This position also supervises the support staff of the Anchorage Civil section, providing guidance and oversight of their legal administrative work.  The position’s duties include interviewing treatment providers and witnesses, coordinating expert testimonies for trial, and attending Office of Children’s Services administrative meetings with clients.


Public Defender Agency staff have the opportunity to work as a team to provide meaningful contributions to Alaska, as the work we do impacts people’s lives and protects the constitutional rights of all Alaskans.  This important work helps improve case outcomes for individuals charged with crimes, helps re-unify families, and provides the foundation for successful re-entry into communities.


The office is located in downtown Anchorage near the Nesbett and Boney courthouses. The hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM with an hour lunch at noon.  The position supports a team of ten attorneys under the direction of the Civil Division’s Deputy Public Defender and supervises the section’s paralegal and legal assistant.


To view the general description and example duties for an Associate Attorney I, please visit the following link:


To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Jin Chong at Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


(Posted 3/8/2021)

Anchorage: Facilities Manager – Alaska Court System


Salary: $3,507.84 Minimum Biweekly

Closing Date: Monday, April 5, 2021


The Alaska Court System invites applications for Facilities Manager, based in Anchorage. This position oversees facilities issues for all 40 state court buildings throughout Alaska.  The Facilities Manager develops, coordinates, and expedites the design, construction, renovation, leasing, security, budget, maintenance activities, and coordination with relevant court departments such as fiscal operations, information services, and security and emergency preparedness. Minimum starting salary for this position is $3,507.84 biweekly.  Actual starting salary will be dependent upon the education, certification, and experience of the finalist.


Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college with a major in facility management, public or business administration, planning, design, architecture, engineering, or a closely related field; AND five years of professional experience in facility management, building design, planning, project or cost management, or construction management AND at least three years of experience as a supervisor where staff development and team building was a focus of the position. Substitution: Graduate study in architecture, administration, planning or engineering may be substituted for up to one year of the required experience.


Benefits: We provide health insurance for the employee and eligible dependents, a retirement plan, 11 paid holidays, personal leave, Supplemental Benefits System, and Deferred Compensation Plan (optional).


To Apply: Submit a comprehensive resume, a cover letter explaining relevant education and experience, and the manner in which the applicant meets the minimum qualifications, and three professional references with current contact information to Alaska Court System, Human Resources Department, 820 W. Fourth Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501 or by email to


For detailed information on this opportunity, please visit  For general inquiries, please email or call 907-264-8242.


The Alaska Court System is an equal employment opportunity employer and supports workplace diversity.


(Posted 3/5/2021)

Anchorage: Part-time admin/receptionist – Law Office of Ian Wheeles


The Law Office of Ian Wheeles is presently seeking a part-time receptionist/admin assistant for our busy firm.  The schedule is Mon-Fri, 4-5 hours per day (with flexibility on the shift timeframe).  Applicant must have highest integrity, prior admin experience preferred, be cheerful, excellent with computers (Outlook, Word, Excel), and have very high attention to detail.  Our office primarily focuses on all areas of family law, as well as a general practice with clients in areas of small business, estate planning, probate, other civil litigation and transactional work.  Starting compensation is negotiable based on experience, paid leave and retirement plan available.  To apply, please submit a cover letter describing your interest, relevant experience, as well as résumé to: or via fax: (907) 375-5562.


(Posted 3/5/2021)

Anchorage: Paralegal – Delaney Wiles, Inc.


Delaney Wiles, Inc. is seeking a highly motivated full-time paralegal to join its busy civil litigation practice. Responsibilities include assisting lawyers with document/information management (hard copy and electronic), factual analysis, discovery, and trial support.  The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of all phases of litigation, discovery, and trial procedures as well as e-discovery, case management and trial presentation software.  Occasional overtime to meet court deadlines may be required.  Attention to detail and ability to work under pressure are essential.  The candidate should have 3-5 years of litigation paralegal experience, preferably in medical malpractice defense.


A bachelor’s or associate degree in paralegal studies is strongly preferred. 


We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.  Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume with references to Jennifer Barsalou at


(Posted 3/3/2021)

Anchorage: Full-Time Office Assistant – Barlow Anderson, LLC


Looking for the right individual for a medium-sized, friendly law office in downtown Anchorage. Position is full time between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (Monday – Friday). Prior law firm experience required.  The position requires the candidate to be:


  • Proficient in Microsoft Office 365 and Adobe Acrobat;
  • Strong organizational and filing skills; candidate will be responsible for organizing and filing records, documents, correspondence in client files, etc.;
  • Answering the phone, scheduling and calendaring appointments for attorneys;
  • Opening and processing the mail;
  • Opening new probate and guardianship files;
  • Scanning old files for destruction;
  • Detail oriented, punctual, self-motivated, and reliable;
  • Proficient in Spelling and grammar; and
  • Must be able to work in a team environment with attorneys and other staff.

Benefits will be offered after a three-month probationary period.


Please send letter of interest and resume in PDF or Word format to Julie at  No phone calls please.  Salary DOE.


(Posted 2/26/2021)

Anchorage: Executive Assistant – Gulling Consulting


Work schedule/location: M-F 9am-2:30pm, flexible. Work from home and office.

Class: Non-Exempt


Gulling Consulting is a consulting business founded in 2016 specializing in statewide initiatives involving community engagement, social systems analysis, public and private grassroots strategic campaigns and coalition building to facilitate policy development, project planning and implementation. We have a positive, solution-oriented, fast-paced environment that values and depends on the contribution of each employee. 


Your employment as a staff employee of Gulling Consulting is considered to be at will and may be terminated by you or Gulling Consulting at any time.


Duties & responsibilities:

  • Ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written) with a variety of stakeholders
  • Ability to address multiple demands and competing priorities in a changing environment
  • Ability to interact with public and private individuals and organizations in-person, phone, email and text
  • Ability to set priorities and complete tasks to meet deadlines
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Zoom, Google Office
  • Ability to plan and attend meetings (take notes, develop agenda and meeting summary)
  • Ability to maintain financial files (timesheets, invoices, tax documentation)
  • Ability to take initiative and work independently
  • Assist with activity reports, project proposals, document formatting
  • Professional appearance, positive attitude, problem solver
  • Others duties as assigned

Job requirements:

  • Must be able to work occasional nights and weekends
  • Must have current Alaska driver’s license and insured vehicle
  • Must have access to cell phone, internet (if planning to work from home)
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, writing sample and three references to Call the number listed below for questions. 


(Posted 2/23/2021)

Anchorage: Investigations Coordinator (Fair Housing) – Alaska Legal Services Corporation


Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC) has an opening for a full-time Investigations Coordinator in the Anchorage office, starting as soon as possible, to join the team that manages ALSC’s Fair Housing Project.


ALSC’s Fair Housing Project works to eliminate illegal housing discrimination and promotes equal access to housing by providing education, outreach, technical assistance, and enforcement opportunities specifically related to federal, state, and local fair housing laws. More information on the program and fair housing testing is available at


This position’s duties and responsibilities include: implement and manage fair housing investigations, maintain accurate records of investigations, prepare clear and detailed investigative reports, recruit fair housing testers, lead fair housing tester training sessions, assist with community outreach efforts, and assist with grant reporting.


Bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience required. Knowledge of fair housing and other civil rights laws, as well as landlord-tenant law, is desirable. Familiarity with cross-cultural situations is preferred. Computer proficiency required (Windows operating system, Microsoft Office, Internet and e-mail, and data entry). Interested candidates should also have excellent organization skills and superior attention to detail.


Hourly wage $22.73 to $33.04 DOE. Generous leave and benefits package


Applications: ALSC is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a culturally diverse workplace and strongly encourage women, persons of color, LGBTQ individuals, veterans, persons with disabilities, and persons from other underrepresented groups to apply. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Please send cover letter, resume, and three references to: Dan Coons, Fair Housing Project Director, Please reference Investigations Coordinator in your application.


(Posted 2/18/2021)

Anchorage: Senior Representative – Defenders of Wildlife


Salary: $68-$73k annual


This professional-level position works collaboratively with the Alaska program staff and is responsible for developing, overseeing, and implementing assigned Defenders’ Alaska strategic work plan conservation policy objectives that help implement Defenders’ National Strategic Plan.  Working closely with the Alaska Program Director and Alaska Policy Advisor, the position focus is to conserve threatened and endangered species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA), ensure the protection of important wildlife habitat and conservation of Alaska federal public lands and waters, and, where possible, advance climate solutions.  Conservation priorities include working to: 1) Protect, conserve and restore imperiled species, and work to improve management and expand their habitats, in particular within priority public lands and waters, such as Bureau of Land Management lands, national wildlife refuges, national forests, the Arctic Ocean and Cook Inlet, and for at-risk species; 2) Ensure that Alaska’s federal lands and waters remain intact and well-managed by federal land management agencies; and 3) integrate best available science, including climate science and wildlife adaptation considerations, into landscape-scale planning and project-level decision-making in Defenders’ priority areas. 


The Alaska Senior Representative serves the Alaska region and collaborates closely with the Alaska Director and Alaska Policy Advisor to develop strategy and set priorities, and along with other Alaska staff, implement and communicate outcomes. The Senior Representative will also collaborate with other Defenders departments (e.g. Center for Conservation Innovation, Landscape Conservation, Conservation Law, Communications, Government Relations) and lead inter-department and external working groups and campaigns when needed.



  • Education: Bachelor’s (B.A./B.S.) degree or equivalent; advanced degree preferred
  • Experience: 6 years of relevant experience
  • At least 2 years’ experience in Alaska wildlife, policy and laws, preferred

(Posted 2/9/2021)

Anchorage: Paralegal – Law Offices of Christy Lee, P.C.


Seeking an Experienced Paralegal with Tax Ninja Skills


Law Offices of Christy Lee, P.C., has an opening for a paralegal with tax ninja skills in our headquarters in Anchorage.


The successful candidate will:

  • Show off smooth recordkeeping and bookkeeping moves;
  • Slay tax-related forms;
  • Knock out legal documents and other correspondence;
  • Maintain ordered client files;
  • Assist with exhibits, pleadings, trial preparation, and tax audits and other tax-related matters;
  • Perform other administrative tasks to help ensure quality services to our clients;
  • Model a professional, friendly attitude, and neat appearance;
  • Be reliable, prompt, flexible, adaptable, and cooperative; and
  • Like puppies.


  • Minimum 2 years of experience as a paralegal
  • Knowledge of Quickbooks;
  • Knowledge of accounting principles;
  • Basic knowledge of federal tax processes and vocabulary;
  • Knowledge of business formation;
  • Knowledge of estate planning;
  • Knowledge of all basic Windows programs, with minimum keyboarding ability of 55 wpm;
  • Experience with file management and tax preparation software; and
  • Flexibility when learning to use software.

Email resume, references, writing sample, and salary requirements to


(Posted 2/4/2021)

Anchorage: Litigation Assistant – Richmond & Quinn


Richmond & Quinn, a dynamic and successful civil litigation defense firm for over 40 years, is recruiting for a litigation assistant in our Anchorage office. This position will provide litigation and administrative support to as many as three lawyers in a highly collaborative, fast-paced working environment.


We are looking for a candidate with the following experience working as a litigation assistant; typing, proofreading, formatting, and editing correspondence, pleadings, and other legal documents; scheduling appointments, depositions, meetings; maintaining calendars, setting up conference calls; familiarity with state and federal rules; Proficiency in MS Office Products.


The successful candidate will have; high level of energy, and able to work at a fast pace and prioritize tasks; the ability to work in a team-oriented, service-focused environment, and the ability to understand and follow work instructions with minimal supervision.


We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Interested applicants should e-mail a cover letter, resume to Elke Joos, Business Manager, at


(Posted 2/2/2021)

Anchorage: Estate and Probate Specialist – Bristol Bay Native Corporation


Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) is recruiting for an Estate and Probate Specialist for the corporate offices in Anchorage, Alaska. The position will organize and maintain BBNC’s stock estate process and policies, operate as the lead person in administering stock estates, requests for shareholder and family information, stock transfer preparation of estate files and other duties as assigned.


Essential Job Responsibilities include, but not limited to:

  • Data gathering for pending deceased shareholder stock transfer cases.
  • Review stock transfer files and preparation of stock transfer paperwork for approval and signatures by the appropriate departments, including communication with Legal department.
  • Create and maintain accurate shareholder estate files and confirm proper changes in records after new stock transfers, including information sent to shareholders and village corporations.
  • Work with VP, Shareholder & Corporate Relations.
  • Assist with other BBNC projects or shareholder-related events.
  • Some travel may be required.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Excellent organizational skills; ability to multi-task, make decisions, solve problems and exercise good judgment, including sensitivity regarding confidential information.
  • Well-developed oral, written communication and interpersonal skills, including ability to analyze and prioritize current workload; maintain poise when dealing with high-pressure or high-emotion situations.
  • Knowledge of ANCSA as it relates to the subject areas typically raised by shareholders.
  • Word processing skills; accurate data entry skills; basic 10-key and working knowledge of personal computers.

Minimum Qualifications:

Minimum two years college education, with emphasis on paralegal studies, or business administration and three years of experience; or any combination of training and experience that proves the required writing and research skills; knowledge and abilities.


Hiring preference will be given to BBNC shareholders/descendants and Alaska Natives in accordance with Public Law 93-638.


(Posted 2/1/2021)

Anchorage: Education and Outreach Coordinator – Alaska Legal Services Corporation


Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC) has an opening in its Anchorage office for a full-time Education and Outreach Coordinator position to join the team that manages ALSC’s Fair Housing Project.


ALSC is a private non-profit law firm providing free civil legal assistance to low-income Alaskans through 12 statewide offices. The Fair Housing Project works to eliminate illegal housing discrimination and promotes equal access to housing by providing education, outreach, technical assistance, and enforcement opportunities specifically related to federal, state, and local fair housing laws. More information on the program is available at


This position’s duties and responsibilities include: lead presentations and workshops on fair housing rights and responsibilities around the state; develop and distribute fair housing outreach materials; develop and maintain partnerships with community groups representing traditionally marginalized populations; compose monthly fair housing newsletter; assist with other community outreach efforts as needed; and assist with grant reporting.


Depending on experience, the position may also include responsibilities related to fair housing testing, which include: implement and manage fair housing investigations, maintain accurate records of investigations, prepare clear and detailed investigative reports, recruit fair housing testers, and lead fair housing tester training sessions.


Bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience required. Knowledge of fair housing laws and other housing and civil rights laws preferred. Familiarity with cross-cultural situations required.  Computer proficiency required (Windows operating system, Microsoft Office, Internet and e-mail, and data entry). 


ALSC is strongly committed to employing a diverse staff. Alaska Natives, Native Americans, other minorities, women and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


Hourly wage $17.22 to $33.04 DOE. Generous leave and benefits package.  Position open until filled; applicants are urged to apply soon.  To apply, submit cover letter, resume, and list of three professional references to:


Daniel Coons

Fair Housing Project Director



(Posted 1/22/2021)

Anchorage: Legal Assistant – Winner & Associates, P.C.


Small downtown law office with active mixed civil practice.


Responsibilities include:

  • Office filings and electronic court filings
  • Drafting correspondence and simple pleadings
  • Working with clients, witnesses, staff at other law offices

Minimum qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Good keyboarding and computer skills, and familiarity with MS Word
  • Good people skills
  • Work experience in legal field is preferred but not required


  • Competitive salary DOE
  • Vacation and retirement benefits

Please send application and resume to:


(Posted 1/20/2021)

Anchorage: Paralegal (Probate) – Cook Inlet Region, Inc.


Responsibilities include:

  • Research various areas of the law to identify potential issues and determine heirs.
  • Assist with preparation and review draft memoranda summarizing legal analysis, any potential and unresolved issues and recommended settlement for Manager, Probate’s approval.
  • Oversee that documentation required in settling estates is requested and obtained.
  • Assure 30-day advance notice of proposed stock distribution to inheritors and interested parties is accurate and mailed in a timely manner.
  • Draft correspondence in response to formal objections to a proposed distribution and track any postponed transfers.
  • Assist with research and draft appropriate responses to requests for prior estate settlement information and other non-standard inquires, ensure correspondence conveys correct corporate position and is consistent with ANCSA and other applicable laws/regulations.
  • Oversee will campaigns and assist with establishing target groups.
  • Review written communications drafted by other probate staff to ensure accuracy. 
  • Assist Manager, Probate with administrative duties.
  • Serve as back-up for department functions.
  • Assist with and review all probate-related articles and publications for accuracy.
  • Prepare lists of missing heirs for publication.
  • Assist with reviewing tax forms and associated letters for deceased shareholders for accuracy and to identify appropriate person for estate tax-reporting purposes.
  • Assist with preparations for CIRI shareholder-related events, participate in and represent department at such events.
  • Maintain notary certification and notarize departmental forms as necessary.

Minimum Experience

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Paralegal Certificate from an ABA approved paralegal education program
  • Two or more years’ experience as a Paralegal
  • Work experience that illustrates a high degree of technical and online research skills
  • Work experience relating to probate law strongly preferred
  • Ability to obtain notary certification

EOE/CIRI reserves the right to apply CIRI shareholder preference to qualified shareholders.


To view full job posting or to apply (cover letter required), please visit:


(Posted 1/19/2021)

Anchorage: Paralegal – Shaftel Delman, LLC


Shaftel Delman, LLC is looking for a paralegal to join our team. We are a well-established, thriving firm emphasizing sophisticated planning and administration of estates and trusts, tax planning, and business planning for medium and high net worth clients. This challenging and fascinating practice requires exacting attention to detail at all stages. We do not require experience in the legal industry, but your resume should demonstrate strong skills in writing, organization, and interpersonal communication. If you think you would fit well in, and would benefit from, our growing practice, please apply. Remote work possible. Competitive compensation and benefits. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Jamie Delman at We look forward to hearing from you.


(Posted 1/15/2021)

Anchorage: Law Firm Bookkeeper – Shaftel Delman, LLC


Dynamic, professional law office is looking for a full charge bookkeeper.  Flexible hours (20-30 per week) with opportunities for full time work.  Remote work will be possible for most aspects of the position.  Position handles accounts payable, financial reporting, reconciling bank and credit card accounts, billings and collections, payroll, and IRS quarterly and annual filings.  Additional duties include tracking employee vacation and benefits, assisting with annual insurance renewals, and preparation of Excel spreadsheet analyses as needed.  Additional duties could be added, depending on the needs of the firm. The applicant Must be able to work independently and be very organized.  A working knowledge of QuickBooks and TimeSlips software a plus.  The candidate will need excellent computer skills and have the ability to work with legal staff and clients in a professional environment.  Competitive compensation and benefits. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, and resume to Jamie Delman at We look forward to hearing from you.


(Posted 1/15/2021)

Anchorage: Summer 2021 Clerkship – The American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska


The Alaska affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union invites law students to apply for a Summer 2021 clerkship in Anchorage or remote. As integral members of the ACLU of Alaska’s legal team, our clerks gain practical experience through defending and expanding Alaskans’ civil rights and civil liberties. Law clerks will work on cutting-edge litigation and may also work on legislative advocacy, policy research, and public education.


To apply, please email a resume, cover letter, two references (including from someone who can attest to your writing ability), and a brief writing sample to with the subject “Summer 2021 Clerkship.” The ACLU of Alaska will review applications as they come in and will accept them until it fills the position. The ideal candidate would work for 10 weeks between May and September 2021. This is an unpaid internship. Applicants are highly encouraged to seek public interest funding for law students. The ACLU of Alaska can assist in coordinating with the student’s law school for work/study stipends or course credit.


The ACLU of Alaska is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals including women, people of color, persons with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.


(Updated 1/15/2021)

Anchorage: Paralegal – Cook Inlet Region, Inc.


Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) is seeking a Paralegal, Employment. This is a cross-functional position that supports Legal and Human Resources employment related functions. While this position reports to Sr. Director of Human Resources & Operations, it will work closely with Sr. Associate General Counsel.


Primary functions include:

  • Track legal and regulatory developments and research related to employment and compliance laws/programs and provide updates to the Sr. Director of Human Resources & Operations and Sr. Associate General Counsel.
  • Draft legal correspondence, documents and memoranda for attorney review; once reviewed, revise, distribute and transmit legal correspondence, documents and memoranda.
  • Independently research legal topics, summarize findings in writing.
  • Interact with outside entities (e.g., outside legal counsel, government agencies and corporations) to gather information, documentation and/or data.
  • File insurance and workers’ compensation claims; monitor and manage claims.
  • Support employment functions.
  • Support corporate compliance functions.

Minimum Experience:

  • High school diploma/GED
  • Paralegal Certificate from an ABA approved program
  • 2 + years’ Paralegal experience
  • Work experience that illustrates a high degree of technical and online research skills
  • Work experience relating to human resources and employment law strongly preferred

CIRI does not discriminate, and the company provides equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship status, age, marital status, pregnancy or parenthood, handicap or disability, genetics, veteran status or any other legally protected characteristic. CIRI reserves the right to apply CIRI shareholder preference to qualified shareholders in employment and advancement opportunities.


To view the full job posting or to apply (cover letter required), please visit:


(Posted 1/13/2021)

Fairbanks: Title IX Specialist – Fairbanks North Star Borough School District 


The Fairbanks North Star Borough School District is currently hiring for a Title IX Specialist. The Title IX Specialist serves as the Decision-Maker for all Title IX complaints. The role of Decision-Maker is an integral part of the Title IX grievance process as laid out in Federal Regulations. In this role, the Title IX Specialist will determine findings as to whether sexual harassment occurred, propose remedies necessary to address the sexual harassment, eliminate any hostile environment and prevent its reoccurrence, and determine disciplinary actions where sexual harassment has been found to have occurred.


This position may include interviewing complainants, respondents, witnesses, reviewing documents and other relevant materials, and researching legal standards and requirements pertinent to the complaint.


The Title IX Specialist works with the Title IX Coordinator to ensure prompt, fair, and impartial resolution of complaints.


The Title IX Specialist also provides ongoing support, information, and training to administrators, students, parents, and employees.


See further details about the position, including minimum qualifications, here


A JD is not required, but is preferred.


(Posted 2/10/2021)

Fairbanks: Receptionist/Legal Assistant – Downes, Tallerico & Schwalm Law Firm, LLC


Seeking full time Receptionist/Legal Assistant to step into growing law firm.


Must possess excellent communication skills, be detail-oriented, have excellent spelling and grammar, and work well under pressure.  The applicant must be highly organized, and must be experienced in assisting with office procedures, filing, data organization. Experience with legal software is a plus.  The applicant must be able to communicate and work well with clients, vendors, and others.  Office Management experience is desired.


Salary – DOE.


Send resume, cover letter, and three professional references to:


Benefits package includes Medical/Dental insurance and SIMPLE IRA plan.


(Posted 1/26/2021)

Fairbanks: Full-time Legal Assistant – Satterberg Law Office


Compensation: Competitive pay DOE. Benefits include health insurance and Simple IRA options.

Employment type: Full-time


Established, fast-paced, two-attorney civil and criminal trial practice hiring a full-time qualified Legal Assistant. Multi-tasking skills, office experience, proficiency and accuracy in MS Word and keyboarding skills are vital. Legal experience is preferred. Must have strong written and oral communication skills. A professionally demanding, but exciting place to work. Competitive pay and benefits.


Application Requirements:

1. Cover letter specifying interest and applicable experience; and

2. Curriculum vitae.


Send required documents to Satterberg Law Office at 709 4th Avenue or reply by email to


(Posted 1/12/2021)

Juneau: Legal Assistant – Faulkner Banfield, P.C.


Duties include probate administration; preparing estate accountings, court pleadings, exhibits and correspondence; communicates directly with clients; managing online email and files; and other office duties as assigned.  Candidates must have prior legal experience, understanding of basic financial principles, and knowledge of Microsoft Office and Acrobat Adobe.  Full time benefits include flexible hours, paid holidays, paid leave, medical benefits, and 401K retirement.  This assistant works under the direction of multiple attorneys in a fast-paced environment.   Salary is based on experience.  Contact Debbie at, phone 907-523-6141, or fax 907-586-8090.


(Posted 2/25/2021)

Palmer: Paralegal – Dalrymple Law P.C.


Palmer firm seeking experienced paralegal to support 2-3 full-time attorneys in their general civil, real estate, and estate planning practice. Must be proficient in Microsoft 365, be able to multi-task and work independently, neat and organized, prompt and reliable, and have a professional appearance and demeanor. Law related associate degree or certificated paralegal program plus one-year experience, or two years of experience in civil practice required. Proficiency in Clio Manage/Grow preferred.


General duties include:

  • Manage Trial Dockets and Court Correspondence
  • Manage client updates and communication
  • Calendar and monitor deadlines
  • Draft Correspondence, Documents and Pleadings
  • Attend Execution of Wills, Court or Administrative Hearings and Trials
  • Administrative duties such as phones, scanning and maintaining files
  • Perform Legal Research
  • Participate in Court Appearances

Compensation DOE: $21-25/hr. Benefits include paid holidays, vacation days, SIMPLE IRA match, and others. No health insurance benefits. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30, some flexibility available. Summer hours differ. Position open until filled.


We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration regardless of race, color, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, religion, age, or veteran status.


To apply submit resume and cover letter to Cover letter will be considered and reviewed as a writing sample. Initial interviews will be held by Zoom.


(Posted 1/12/2021)