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Legal Secretary The candidate must have meticulous document preparation and review skills, the ability to multi-task, and the ability to conduct initial client intake. Preferred sk....
Litigation Paralegal The candidate must be able to multi-task, enjoy working as part of a team, and demonstrate a first-class commitment to client service. Under minimal supervisio....
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Location : Alabama - Mobile
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Litigation Legal Secretary The candidate will assist attorneys through the performance of complex secretarial/administrative duties requiring knowledge of legal terminology and the legal process, excellent secretarial skills, and knowledge of grammar, spelling, basic math, and punctuation. Must be proficient in scheduling meetings and managing calendars, including sending invitations and reminders when needed; making and/or changing travel arrangements; opening, organizing, managing, and closing files; drafting correspondence; and typing and formatting legal documents. Must be highly organized, detail-orientated, proactive, and a team player who will take ownership and become familiar with clients, cases, and files. Additional secretarial experience in the area of corporate/tax is a plus. 2 years of experience as a litigation legal secretary in a law firm or corporate legal department environment, proficiency in MS Word 2010 and use of dictation equipment, and minimum 50 wpm typing required. Competitive pay and benefits.
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