A large California law firm is seeking a skilled and experienced Transactional/Corporate Legal Secretary to join its legal team. The ideal candidate will provide comprehensive administrative and secretarial support to transactional and corporate attorneys in its Tax Group, ensuring the smooth functioning of legal operations and the efficient handling of legal matters. The Transactional/Corporate Legal Secretary will play a crucial role in maintaining accurate legal documentation, managing deadlines, and coordinating communications with clients and internal stakeholders.
- Must be fluent in Spanish
- High school diploma or equivalent; additional legal secretary certification or diploma is a plus.
- Proven experience as a legal secretary in a transactional or corporate law firm or legal department.
- Strong knowledge of legal terminology, document formatting, and legal procedures related to transactional and corporate matters.
- Proficiency in using legal software and databases, such as document management systems and electronic billing platforms.
- Excellent organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize effectively in a fast-paced environment.
- Exceptional attention to detail and strong proofreading and editing skills.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to draft and edit legal documents and correspondence.
- Strong research skills and the ability to gather and summarize information from various sources.
- Discretion and ability to maintain strict confidentiality of legal information.
- Proficient in using office productivity tools, such as Microsoft Office Suite.
- Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team-oriented environment.
If you meet the qualifications outlined above and are interested, please submit your resume or contact:
Matura Farrington is an EEOC employer and will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance and all other local, state, and federal laws.