Executive Legal Secretary
Posted on Nov 13, 2018 by Squire Patton Boggs
-Draft, revise, and format legal documents, correspondence (including
e-mail), reports, spreadsheets, expense reports, memoranda, and
complex documents that may require advanced word processing skills.
-Transcribe legal documents, correspondence, and reports from rough
draft, dictation, or transcription.
-Perform administrative tasks such as preparing expense reports, check
requests and time entry, as requested.
-Maintain attorneys' calendar, schedule appointments, meetings,
business trips, sensitive client matters, and prepares mailings.
-Coordinate domestic and international travel arrangements, and prepare
travel expense reports.
-Opens new files, initiates conflict of interest checks and business
intake with appropriate department, and maintains all client and
-Keeps files current and filing up-to-date for each client/matter.
-Coordinates review, correction, and transmittal of attorneys' bills.
-Conducts periodic review of files to prepare files to be closed.