What does a Legal Assistant IV do?
Legal assistants support lawyers with various tasks, including conducting legal research, drafting and reviewing documents, communicating with clients, preparing hearings, trials, and meetings, and organizing and maintaining files.
A high school degree is required to become a legal assistant and most legal assistants have an associate's degree or a certificate in paralegal studies. Legal assistants are typically highly organized and detail-oriented, and have strong communication skills.
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“Certain practice groups are great to work in and I made lifelong friends while I was working here.”
“The manager was kinda iffy felt like everything someone did bothered her and I quit the manager not the job”
“The job was somewhat repetitive after awhile but it was nice to have a set schedule.”
“Real Estate Legal Solutions created a great working environment and was a place I looked forward to going everyday.”
“Pay is TERRIBLE good luck asking for a raise and I constantly was getting “written up” for tiny mistakes.”
“profit means the pay is not amazing but I would say competitive for this type of work.”
“Only people who rated this higher than a 2 is family or close friends to Lisa.”
“As a legal assistant I got lots of opportunities to learn from top level attorneys.”
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