Law Firm

Litigation Attorney

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Law Firm

Litigation Attorney

Job Description:
Represents clients in legal disputes and provides legal advice and guidance on litigation matters. Collaborates with clients, prepares legal documents, conducts legal research, and advocates on their behalf in court.
Performance Areas:
Legal Representation and Advocacy
  1. How well does the employee represent clients in court proceedings and legal disputes?
  2. Does the employee provide effective legal advice and guidance to clients?
  3. Does the employee advocate zealously for clients' interests within ethical and legal boundaries?
Legal Research and Case Analysis
  1. How effectively does the employee conduct legal research and analyze case law and precedents?
  2. Does the employee identify relevant legal arguments and strategies?
  3. Does the employee provide insightful legal analysis to support clients' cases?
Document Preparation and Case Strategy
  1. How does the employee prepare legal documents, pleadings, and motions?
  2. Does the employee develop comprehensive case strategies aligned with clients' objectives?
  3. Does the employee draft accurate and persuasive legal documents?
Client Communication and Relationship Management
  1. How well does the employee communicate with clients and manage client expectations?
  2. Does the employee provide regular updates and transparent communication on case progress?
  3. Does the employee build strong and trusting relationships with clients?
Negotiation and Settlement
  1. How effectively does the employee negotiate settlements and alternative dispute resolutions?
  2. Does the employee achieve favorable outcomes for clients through negotiation?
  3. Does the employee evaluate settlement offers and make informed recommendations to clients?
Courtroom Presentation and Litigation Skills
  1. How does the employee present cases effectively in court?
  2. Does the employee demonstrate strong courtroom skills, including cross-examination and argumentation?
  3. Does the employee handle unexpected challenges and objections during proceedings?
Overall Performance:
  • Summarize the employee's performance during the review period.
  • Highlight key strengths and areas for improvement.
Goals and Development:
  • Discuss performance goals for the next review period, structured as SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-Bound).
  • Identify areas for professional development and training opportunities.
Additional Comments:
  • Provide any additional comments or feedback about the employee's performance.

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