Litigation Secretary Jobs in Virginia
Legal Secretary/Intellectual Property Litigation At Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, working together - to serve clients and to serve each other - is what we're all about. Our Firm has multiple offices in Florida, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, as well as offices in California, Delaware, North Carolina, Virginia and Washington, D.C.; we are always looking for talented professionals to join...
Large, successful patent and trademark law firm seeks a Litigation Legal Secretary. Previous patent experience is not necessary. This is a great opportunity to get into patent law! Qualifications include: Need detailed knowledge of the litigation process from filing of the complaint through trial or settlement, and post-trial procedures such as appeal. Ability to use firm-specific software and har...
Position: Litigation Specialist Report to: Litigation Supervisor Large Patent and Trademark Law Firm in Alexandria, Virginia is seeking an experienced Litigation Specialist/Secretary to provide support to attorneys, clients, experts and outside counsel. Position Description: -Accurately prepare and handle court filings, discovery and correspondence, including typing, editing, formatting, proofread...
Great firms in the D.C. area are in search of both Legal Secretaries and Paralegals in the following areas: Real Estate & HUD experience, Litigation, Energy, Corporate. Must have excellent tenure, have expert knowledge using Microsoft Office and legal programs such as Lexis, Nexis, excellent organizational skills, strong proofreading/editing skills, minimum 2 years legal experience, litigation pre...
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Burnt OUT legal secretary !!!?
Okay. 45 years old. I'm completely burnt out on my career. Worked in Civil Litigation as secretary since 1993. d**n good at what I do but looking for a less stressful way to earn the kibble for my d...
Any Legal Secretary's Here?
I have just enrolled in a course Legal Secretary NVQ Level 2 and will go on to Level 3 (Diploma). I have been accepted to the college, and awaiting a start date. I have just under a years experienc...
Where can I obtain litigation experience?
I've been trying to get a legal secretary job since last year but all of them prefer litigation experience, how to I get that or any experience with law? I'm very interested in law and I'm trying to g...
Can someone give me a synopsis of what a Litigation Legal Secretary does?
I've been a Real Estate Legal Secretary for 11 years, and am not happy with the firm I am at now, and about 85-90% of the jobs around the metro Atlanta area are for Litigation, and I might add, they m...
Do i need a particular course to be a legal secretary?
DON'T answer if you have no knowledge of legal careers. Is there anything in particular a legal secretary needs like a certain course or is it just typing skills/word processing skills and a general ...
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$24,960.00 - $72,000.00
Typical Salary for Legal Secretary in Virginia
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Enhances attorney's effectiveness by providing information-management support; representing the attorney to clients and others.
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Administrative Writing Skills
Attention to Detail
Maintains attorney calendar by planning and scheduling conferences, teleconferences, dispositions, and travel; recording and monitoring court appearance dates, pleadings, and filing requirements; monitoring evidence-gathering; anticipating changes in litigation or transaction preparation requirements.
Generates revenues by documenting and inputting attorney billable time and reimbursable expenses; preparing invoices; tracking payments.