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Location : California - Los Angeles
Refer to Job # LMXC712534
Legal Secretary Responsibilities: Revise, format and finalize legal documents, including correspondence, discovery, and motions. Scheduling, coordinating and confirming court dates, appointments, and meetings. Calendaring and management of court deadlines. Organizing and maintaining files (paper and electronic) and client document databases. Preparing and serving/filing pleadings, discovery, subpoenas, deposition notices, and other legal documents. Correspondence and communication with clients, courts, and attorneys.
Qualifications: 2-5 years' recent litigation experience. Proficient use of Windows, Word, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat, and Abacus or similar calendaring programs. Knowledge of Legal Solutions. Experience with California Rules of Court and Civil Procedure. Must have a thorough knowledge of California filing requirements. Exceptional attention to detail, grammar, and proofreading skills. Must be punctual and dependable. A professional appearance and demeanor. Work independently and manage deadlines.
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