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Posted: Monday, January 28, 2013 12:08 AM

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Our law office is currently seeking a bilingual secretary to join our Dallas office. We are seeking someone with a minimum of 2 years administrative or legal experience. The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years litigation experience.

General Purpose
Provide secretarial and administrative support to legal professionals.

Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities
• prepare and manage correspondence
• coordinate legal meetings including client interviews, hearings and depositions
• maintain schedules and attorney calendar
• obtain and prepare forms including medical records, client intake and court requests
• proofread and edit legal documents
• set up and maintain databases and files
• document and maintain case details
• handle incoming mail and calls
• communicate verbally and in writing to answer inquiries and provide information
• organize delivery of legal correspondence to clients, witnesses and court officials
• assist with the collection of relevant records and documents
• conduct research and collate information relevant to cases
• arrange hearing dates
• file motions and pleadings
• follow up on pending court cases
• assist with billing
• maintain filing systems
• order supplies

Requirements
• proficient in spelling, punctuation, grammar and other English and Spanish language skills
• knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures
• proficient in software applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel & Prodoc
• MUST SPEAK SPANISH fluently. This is a bilingual position; no exceptions.

Key Competencies
• verbal and written communication skills
• attention to detail
• confidentiality
• customer-service orientation
• initiative
• reliability
• stress tolerance

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• Location: Dallas

• Post ID: 19739485 dallas
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