Legal Secretary - Financial Litigation
Legal Secretary, Litigation, Belfast
Your new company
A large UK law firm are now recruiting a legal secretary to join their Financial Services and Disputes department in Belfast. This is an excellent opportunity to join a team who act for a range of UK banks, mortgage lenders, insurers and more. The team provide expertise in all types of litigation. This is a full time, permanent role.
Your new role
As a Legal Secretary your day to day remit includes:
- Support the team by carrying out all secretarial tasks and help, when necessary, with all administrative tasks.
- Assisting the fee earners with financial management e.g. disbursements, client balances, dealing with a range of client specific billing requirements.
- Create the monthly invoices to be issued to the clients.
- Diary management for all fee earners; arranging internal and external appointments and, making arrangements for meetings; booking meetings rooms or external venues as required.
- Proof reading, amending and house styling legal reports.
What you'll need to succeed
You will be able to demonstrate a similar supportive, flexible and driven ethos and will have accumulated the following experience and skills:
- Previous Legal Secretary experienced within litigation is preferable
- Extensive experience in Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel are required.
- Experience in case management systems
What you'll get in return
You will receive a competitive basic salary with an annual pay review. You will also have access to an extensive range of benefits via a flexible benefits scheme including 25 days holiday (which will increase to 30 days based upon length of service) and private medical insurance.
What you need to do now
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