Renne Public Law Group (RPLG), named a “Top Boutique” in California by the Daily Journal, is in search of a litigation secretary with 5 or more years of experience to join our team. We are committed to public law in the public interest. At RPLG you will work among well-known and respected lawyers as they advise and defend public agencies in California.


We are looking for a full-time experienced litigation secretary who can assist our attorneys with the following:

  • Prepare for trials, hearings, and other litigation matters
  • Proficiently prepare and format court documents for California state and federal courts
  • E-file in all California state and federal courts
  • Conduct research on court requirements for filings
  • Create TOAs and TOCs
  • Prepare and serve subpoenas
  • Prioritize and track projects and deadlines


Here are RPLG, candidates must have strong communication, organizational and record-keeping skills as well as a keen eye for details. Willingness to learn and flexibility are crucial as you are responsible for managing deadlines and tracking projects.

Candidates must be skilled in the following areas:

  • Knowledge of federal and state of California rules
  • Preparing and filing/e-filing of court documents
  • Knowledge of Local Rules
  • Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Moderate knowledge and experience with Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • Working knowledge of document management systems such as iManage and ediscovery platforms
  • Understanding of legal calendaring systems such as and Compulaw, a plus


In addition to a competitive salary, we offer medical, dental and vision to full-time employees as well as 401(k) matching and profit sharing. Additional benefits will be discussed at time of hire.

Job Type: Full-time. WFH opportunity and/or hybrid-flex schedule to be discussed during initial interview.

Applicants should submit a cover letter describing their relevant experience and career goals, along with their resume to

Applicants should submit a cover letter describing their education, career goals, and relevant experience, along with their resume, college transcripts, and a short, unedited writing sample (preferably no more than ten pages) to