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Legal PA – Corporate

  • Job Type :

    Permanent

    Full-Time

  • Salary : Up to £48,000 + Benefits

Our client is a prestigious US law firm – they are now looking to recruit an experienced Legal PA to join their Corporate team in London to provide a polished support service to their Senior partners and fee earners.

You will ideally have previous Legal PA experience gained from a Corporate / Banking department of a recognised law firm.
The standard hours are 9.30am to 5.30pm. The salary on offer is up to £48,000 + Benefits. This role is a permanent position, and the client are currently using a hybrid working approach (3 days in the office, 2 from home).

This is a fantastic Legal PA opportunity to join one of the most prestigious law firms in the world!

Your responsibilities as a Legal PA within Corporate:
• Coordinating and arranging meetings and conference calls
• Maintaining and tracking schedules and calendars for attorneys
• Coordinating travel and managing out of office support for attorneys and / or clients
• Answering the phone / taking messages / using voice mail, instant messenger, responding to e-mails
• Processing postal mail, setting up videoconferences, etc
• Preparing materials such as correspondence, manuscripts, minutes, legal documents
• Printing, scanning, organising, transcribing, and distributing documents upon request
• Liaising with the Revenue Team to produce drafts, revisions and submissions of client billings
• Reading and proofreading documents prior to distribution
• Processing and monitoring attorney expense reimbursements, reconciling phone charges etc
• Organising and consistently maintaining attorney files in a timely manner

Requirements as a Legal PA within Corporate:
• Previous experience within a Corporate / Banking department of a reputable law firm
• Proven experience within a similar Legal PA role
• Fast, accurate typing skills
• Relevant secretarial qualifications
• Highly skilled on all MS Office applications
• Ability to be flexible to meet the demands of the work