Small team. Big verdicts. Trial-oriented firm seeks new litigation paralegals.

Our values are: 

  1. Do what is right.
  2. Strive to reduce suffering in the world for humans and the planet.
  3. We do NOT accept cases that have questionable merit.
  4. We are brutally honest with our clients.

We are looking to hire…

A positive, enthusiastic self-starter who does not work by the clock and can prepare discovery demands, responses in a personal injury lawsuit with almost no guidance. 

The candidate should be willing to stay at work until the job is done, including weekends and working nights when necessary. They don’t need to be told what to do and are not afraid of making mistakes. They don’t wait for the next job assignment-they know what to do. 

The candidate should be willing to travel to locations around the state to attend two-week trials and assist with witnesses and technology during trials. The candidate should absolutely love technology and marketing. 

The candidate should exude a positive attitude and be grateful for the opportunity to transform the lives of the severely injured. They accept responsibility for their mistakes and love what they do. They are committed to our purpose of reducing suffering and achieving full justice for the seriously injured. 

If this describes you, you are a perfect fit for our law firm.

Candidates should apply if you have:

Expertise in legal writing and legal research with specific attention paid to the CT Practice Book…

Expertise in drafting with little to no supervision complaints, submitting and responding to discovery, proposed jury charges and verdict sheets in personal injury suits lawsuit …

Expertise in drafting with little to no supervision subpoenas and deposition notices…

Expertise in preparing with little to no supervision mediation and arbitration binders…

Expertise in ERISA, Medicare, Medicaid DAS, DOC, WC, Union, VA and other third party liens…

Expertise in building with little to no supervision trial notebooks, organizing and marking exhibits for trial, scheduling with expert and lay witnesses for trial….

Excellent customer service skills for monthly check ins with clients…

Expertise in the short calendar and scheduling order process in CT with specific attention paid to Hartford and New Britain Judicial Districts…and…

Candidate must live within 40 minutes of New Britain as this is an in-person, full-time position.

Do You Like Having Fun at Work? 

You will get challenges, responsibility, and the best money and benefits in the market. We have an exciting and fun workplace, and you will get to play an important role improving the lives of severely disabled people. At Ferry Law, we believe in raising the collective consciousness by treating not only our clients but our employees with love and respect. We offer plenty of opportunities for your professional and personal development. 

You will receive the following:

$70,000.00 – $80,000.00 annual salary depending on educational qualifications

Medical insurance (100 percent covered)

Twenty-one paid days off in your first year

401 (k) with employee match

Complimentary Gym Membership 

$2,500 annual allowance for life skills, mental health and spiritual advancement

Inclusion in our intrinsic health program with a nutritionist and life coach at your disposal

Mileage reimbursement for employment related travel

Monthly, complimentary in office massage therapy session from a licensed massage therapist

Complementary Access to in office wellness studio for meditation or gentle movement

Complementary membership to the New Britain Museum of American Art

Your own raised bed garden in our yard to grow organic vegetables and herbs

Free electric charging station for electric vehicle owners

Opportunities to attend conferences and workshops for educational and professional growth. Travel included.

We require that candidates follow a very specific procedure to apply… 

Candidates who cannot follow instructions will be eliminated from consideration. Ferry Law has five distinct requirements for applying. 

The applicant must…

  1. send their resume through UPS;
  2. address it Kevin C. Ferry;
  3. include a cover letter that contains the subject line, “I believe in the power of humanity and I am the perfect candidate for your litigation paralegal”;
  4. include a list of three references from direct supervisors at past employers where the candidate has worked in the past ten years; and
  5. adhere to our policy of no emails or phone calls related to the hiring process until the above requirements have been met and you have been contacted by our office.