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One of Utah’s most pioneering and prestigious law firms, Jones Waldo offers the complete package to prospective employees: competitive pay rates, excellent benefits in the form of life, long term disability and health insurance, 401(k) and retirement and generous vacation and sick leave (with the ability to accrue hours for paid time off for FMLA). We have a diverse and dedicated work force which supports the Firm’s practice. The work environment is comfortable and professional and the human resources team works hard to assure all employees are challenged and successful.

Jones Waldo is a premier law firm that offers competitive pay rates, training opportunities, and a generous benefits package for eligible employees.  In addition, Jones Waldo has a diverse workforce committed to supporting the Firm’s practice through a team-oriented approach in a professional work environment.  Equal Opportunity Employer.

Estate Planning Attorney

FLSA: Exempt

Summary:  Jones Waldo is seeking to employ an estate planning attorney to work at our downtown Salt Lake City Utah office.  The candidate should have at least 3-5 years of estate planning, trust administration, probate, elder law or business succession planning.  Experience with a law firm or in a compatible setting.  Must be a member of the Utah State Bar Association.

    Please fill out the form below to apply and we will contact you shortly.

    Legal Assistant

    FLSA: Non-Exempt

    Reports To: Human Resource Manager

    Summary:  Jones Waldo is looking for an experienced legal assistant to support attorneys in our Litigation department. This position will be responsible for managing a caseload of 75-100 cases spanning a variety of legal fields, including (without limitation) general civil litigation, family law, and commercial litigation.  The legal assistant supports multiple attorneys with calendaring/docketing, e filings, and maintaining and organizing pleadings and transactional files.


    • Track all active and potential new client matter including: track deadlines, assigned tasks, attorney/staff member assigned to each case and maintain client list.
    • Open new case files, including: coordinate conflict of interest checks, tracking potential new clients and preparing case initiation documentation.
    • Maintain a structured tickling system and case management procedure.
    • Schedule all appointments including all hearing dates, mediations, telephone conferences, and client meetings.
    • Serves as a point of contact for the attorneys, clients and other personnel concerning the cases.
    • Read, sort, date and appropriately route incoming mail as well as properly route outgoing mail and coordinate items to be delivered.
    • Document and input attorney billable time as well as review, edit, and finalize all client invoices.
    • Document preparation including bates stamping, redacting, hyper links and creating pleading files.
    • Other duties as assigned.


    • Graduation from high school or its equivalent and a minimum of five years of experience as a legal assistant.
    • Three to five years’ experience with case management in family law and/or commercial litigation. Federal court experience preferred.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of court procedures, legal documents, and court rules.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of the organization, functions, responsibility and procedures of a law practice.
    • Demonstrated ability to organize, direct, and perform a high level of case management.
    • Ability to express ideas concisely and clearly, orally and in writing.
    • Strong Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel skills. Knowledge of formatting memos, letters, and using templates.

      Please fill out the form below to apply and we will contact you shortly.