A Legal Secretary’s role involves performing secretarial duties for other people working in the legal industry. Your work might include supporting colleagues with administrative tasks and preparing paperwork and documents used for legal proceedings. Your daily activities will be varied, but they might involve transcribing documents and preparing briefings, attending meetings with clients or keeping records for legal use. You may also have to answer phone calls and emails, coordinate meetings or organise travel arrangements.
A Legal Secretary needs to be organised. Your employer will be working with numerous clients and you’ll have to stay on top of any administrative tasks. You’ll need to be comfortable working with a wide range of people and be able to get your work done in a timely manner. Legal Secretaries need to be good at following instructions and have a strong understanding of the legal system.
There are 6 courses available for people who want to become a Legal Secretary.