Legal Secretary Diploma
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Working in a law firm doesn't mean you are a lawyer. However, you can make a
difference by being a member of a legal support team. Legal secretaries organize
and provide the needed support for lawyers to help them in managing their
caseload and achieving success. This career can be a very rewarding and if you are
looking for a position that is exciting, fast-paced and challenging, then diploma
course is for you.
Times Business School Legal Secretary Diploma offers the basic knowledge
required to obtain a clerical, administrative or secretarial positions in a law firm.
This diploma course will help helping participants cope with the demanding role of
a Legal Secretary, and it will develop their ability in building professional working
relationships, professional customer care skills, prioritizing workloads,
communication skills, questioning and answering skills, managing stress, and
being an effective member of a legal team.
This Office Secretary Professional Diploma Course will introduce participants who
want to develop their career as a secretary, to varieties of core secretarial,
administration and IT skills, working either as a management personnel or part of a team.
The Diploma in Legal Secretary will provide the necessary knowledge and skills to
be an effective legal secretary, who will help in building the best image for a legal
firm, become a valuable asset for a legal team and adapt to work in any office
settings with the improved knowledge and techniques of the secretarial role.
Participants will gain required knowledge of the office procedures such as the
basic legal proofreading, court systems and structures, and management of time, work and resources.
At the end of this diploma course, you will be awarded with an Legal Secretary
Professional Diploma, and will also be able to:
Provide administrative support to one or more lawyers
Effectively communicate with witnesses, clients, colleagues, and partners
Write case briefs and synopses of depositions, contracts, and testimony
Conduct thorough statistical/ documentary research
Source and verify important case intelligence
Produce and file various legal documents such as appeals, motions or
Maintain and update inventories of contact details
Facilitate the meeting of deadlines by keeping multiple agendas and provide
Answer phone calls, take notes/messages and redirect calls when appropriate.
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