Job Details

Litigation Legal Assistant

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Legal Staff

Date Last Verified

Aug 24, 2021

Valid Through

Dec 07, 2021

Posted on

Feb 25, 2021

Years of Experience

3-5 yrs required


Buffalo, NY, United States

Employment Type



Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Litigation Legal Assistant
The candidate's responsibilities include providing high-quality administrative and legal secretarial support in a timely manner; assisting with the preparation of legal documents; and client communication. Associates degree in business administration or related field required. 3-5 years of secretary/administrative assistant experience, preferably in the legal field required. Highly proficient in Microsoft Office and ability to work with legal technology (NYSCEF and Federal court ECF, transcription software, digital dictation equipment, etc.) required. Must be motivated, self-starter and be able to work independently. Strong attention to detail and accuracy required. Strong organizational and time management skills required. Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal.

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Susan Ruhland
Hurwitz & Fine, PC
Corporate Woods
Albany, NY 12211
Fax: 716-332-7411

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