Italian speaking Corporate Legal Assistant

  • Job Type :


  • Salary : £45,000

Award-winning US Law Firm client is looking for an Italian speaking Corporate Legal Assistant with solid experience and understanding of working in a corporate department. This will be a permanent role based in the firms stunning London office.


  • Salary to £45,000
  • Hybrid Working – 3 days in the office, 2 days remote
  • Involved role with plenty of responsibility and autonomy


The Italian speaking Corporate Legal Assistant role will require the successful candidate to assist Partners and Associates of the Firm in a range of transactional and regulatory practice support, document preparation, coordination, production, distribution and legal research, with limited supervision. Will have direct client contact and ownership of specified companies, making this a varied and much valued role.


Duties of the Italian speaking Corporate Legal Assistant:

  • Preparing and revising drats of legal documents to be reviewed by Lawyers, and ensuring all documents are filed correctly.
  • Collate information and KYC documentation for review and use.
  • Document management pre and post completion.
  • Coordinate transactional tasks with clients, advisors, and attorneys.
  • Coordinate with government authorities and other free zones to gather information, all whilst developing and maintaining business relationships.
  • Arrange files and documents to be signed and approved via DocuSign.
  • Stay up to date with relevant legal news topics.
  • Stay up to date on laws and regulations and communicate these to attorneys and wider teams.
  • Work with Companies House to run searches and organise filings.
  • Provide Company Secretarial support.


Requirements of the Italian speaking Corporate Legal Assistant:

  • The client is looking for a candidate who has at least 1-3 years experience in a Corporate Legal Department.
  • Have an understanding of online resources such as Westlaw, LexisNexis as well as other outlets to perform research and present findings.
  • Excellent analytical, troubleshooting, organisation, and planning abilities.
  • Excellent client service standards.
  • Flexibility to travel and adjust hours around the needs of the firm.
  • Legal Practice Course with Corporate electives and Law Degree or similar.