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Our legal recruitment specialists understand the importance of legal administrator jobs and recognise the value they bring to firms needing assistance with various administrative duties. From assisting paralegals and lawyers with admin tasks like taking calls, communicating with solicitors, and reviewing legal contracts and documents to managing people's schedules within the law department, your role is crucial to a business's legal operations. 

You are keenly interested in the legal sector and pay great attention to detail in everything you do. As a legal administrator, you can carry out legal research and stay updated with the latest rules and regulations relevant to your employer. A career in this niche area of the legal environment comes with great potential and excellent opportunities across various industries, including financial services.

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At JCW, our legal recruitment experts have their fingers on the pulse of the market and know how to help you take the next step in your career. With access to an established network of clients, we can provide you with the latest legal administrator jobs on the global market.  

We will work closely with you to learn more about you and your career ambitions. Then, once we know the type of role you’re looking for, whether a contract or permanent position to remote and in-office roles, we will tap into our connections and match you with the vacancies best suited to your needs. 

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Legal administrator duties and responsibilities

Legal administrator jobs come with various responsibilities for candidates of all levels. From conducting legal analysis and research to organising the day-to-day operations of a law firm or business's legal department, let’s explore some of a legal administrator's essential duties and responsibilities.

  • Schedule meetings, hearing and cases for members of the legal team, including solicitors and lawyers
  • Communicate with clients remotely and face-to-face
  • Conduct analysis and research into the latest legal cases, rules and regulations
  • Transcribe evidence from court hearings
  • Interpret and simply laws and regulations into documents and guides
  • Record, file and organise legal documents
  • Support the processing of various financial invoices
  • Review and proof drafts of legal documents 

Legal administrator skills and qualifications

Successful candidates looking for a role as legal administrator will be expected to have a range of skills and qualifications. We’ve listed some of these skills and qualifications to show you what you’ll need to progress in your career.

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Great organisational and time management skills
  • A good understanding of the legal sector 
  • Excellent research skills with an analytical mindset
  • Ability to work with confidential information with integrity 
  • Solid attention to detail
  • Technical skills with an ability to use a CMS and databases 
  • Preferred paralegal certificate or degree in law or a related field

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