Legal Secretary Resume Examples

legal secretary

  • Attended clients inquries over the phone and email.
  • Reviewed case files and reported case progress to clients and attorneys.
  • Scheduled appointments, court appearances and depositions for attorneys. 
  • Scheduled and confirmed appointments for both, lawyers and clients. 
  • Kept files on active and inactive cases. 
  • Carry out administrative procedures. 

legal secretary

  • Strategic file management of personal injury and property damage cases by identifying, obtaining and tracking pending documents/reports.
  • Corresponding with clients to convey relevant information and updates from medical clinics/hospitals, insurance and motor workshops on behalf of Lawyer.
  • Drafting legal documents to quantify damages.
  • Negotiating with insurance and producing counterproposals for final settlement.
  • Greeting visitors and performing initial screening of clients.

legal secretary

  • Dictaphone typing of legal letters.
  • Typing of legal documents i.e. Wills, Powers of Attorney, Contracts
  • Assist with conveyancing.
  • Daily banking duties.

legal secretary / administrative

  • Prepared and processed legal documents and papers, such as summonses, subpoenas, complaints, appeals, motions, and pretrial agreements.
  • Mailed, faxed, or arranged for delivery of legal correspondence to clients, witnesses, and court officials.
  • Received and placed telephone calls; scheduled and made appointments; scheduled calendar events; scheduled and confirmed appointments for clients, customers or supervisors.
  • Greeted visitors or callers and handled their inquiries.
  • Opened, read, and distributed incoming mail or other materials and answered routine letters, such as auditors’ letters.
  • Stored completed documents in appropriate locations.
  • Managed and maintained executives’ schedules.

legal secretary

  • Made travel arrangements for executives.
  • Open, sort, and distribute incoming correspondence, including faxes and emails.
  • Prepared responses to correspondence containing routine inquiries.
  • Provide clerical support to other attorneys.

legal secretary/receptionist

  • Arranged conference, meeting, or travel reservations for office attorneys.
  • Opened, read, routed, and distributed incoming mail or other materials and answered routine letters.
  • Established work procedures or schedules and keep track of the daily work.
  • Operated office machines, such as photocopiers and scanners, facsimile machines, voice mail systems, and personal computers.

legal secretary

  • Complete various forms, such as accident reports, trial and courtroom requests, and applications for clients.
  • From 1998-2000 worked part-time in the office including but not limited to working in the office two days a week and telecommuting from home
  • Troubleshooted problems involving office equipment, such as computer hardware and software.
  • Resolved customer complaints or answered customers’ questions.

legal secretary

  • Attend legal meetings, such as client interviews, hearings, or depositions, an
  • Schedule and make appointments.d take notes.
  • Prepare and process legal documents and papers, such as summonses, subpoenas, complaints, motions, and pretrial agreements.
  • Mail, fax, or arrange for delivery of legal correspondence to clients,

legal secretary

  • Prepare and process legal documents and papers such as summonses, subpoenas, complaints, appeals, motions, and pretrial agreements.
  • Mail, fax, or arrange for delivery of legal correspondence to court officials.
  • Organize and maintain law documents, and case files.
  • Submit information from files and searches to attorneys for review and approval for use.
  • Attend legal meetings with managers and coworkers.
  • Draft and type documents for attorneys to clients, for managers and the court.
  • Punctual

legal secretary

  • Submit articles and information from searches to attorneys for review and approval for use;
  • Answer telephones and give information to callers, take messages, or transfer calls to appropriate individuals;
  • Create, maintain, and enter information into databases;
  • Set up and manage paper or electronic filing systems, recording information, updating paperwork, or maintaining documents, such as correspondence, or other material;
  • Operate office equipment, such as fax machines, copiers, or phone systems and arrange for repairs when equipment malfunctions;
  • Maintain scheduling and event calendars;
  • Make copies of correspondence or other printed material;