Jobs in Legal Secretary / PA / EA jobs

Found 2 jobs
    • Leeds
    • £20,000 - £25,000 a year
    • AJ Fox Compliance
    • Posted 9 days ago

    Are you a paralegal with 1-2+ years of experience working within a law firm? Are you interested in finding a longer term career path within law which can be both intellectually and financially rewarding? Looking to utilise the skills you have picked up during your LLB and LPC but work in a more commercial role within a firm? If you are keen to w...

    • London
    • Competitive
    • Law Staff Legal Recruitment
    • Posted 12 days ago

    Sincere and compassionate Regional law firm seeks a bright paralegal to join their family Private team based in the Leamington Office. Excellent opportunity for a skilled paralegal to assist fee earners within a thriving Legal 500 private family department. The successful paralegal will work closely with multiple fee earners and the Head of Depa...


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Although the roles of a Legal secretary and Legal personal assistant / executive assistant are different, there is enough overlap in their duties for us to include the vacancies in the same section on LSN Jobs. The day to day duties of a Legal secretary can include producing legal documents such as contracts, letters of agreement, court forms and statements. Dealing with clients and confidential information, making appointments and managing diaries for the fee earners in the law firm / legal practice.


Alongside keeping records and general administration work, Legal personal / executive assistants tend to work very closely with the lawyers they are supporting. With regular responsibilities such as accompanying them to clients or court proceedings. As such, the job description of a Legal secretary / PA can be varied and rewarding, with no two days the same. The position of a Legal executive assistant can also be have completely different remits and duties between law firms.