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Organization TypeLaw Firm
Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
ProfileLegal Assistant The candidate reports to: Partner(s) and Associate(s). Responsible for supporting attorneys and associates by performing a variety of administrative duties, including drafting correspondence, answering phones, communicating with attorneys, clients, and court personnel. Work with attorneys to revise corporate forms and transactional documents. Cultivate and maintain an efficient documentation and filing system for corporate files. Utilize internet based resources to gather and synthesize information on various types of business organizations, including obtaining copies of corporate filings. Work with accounting and attorneys to ensure a smooth closing process, including processing payment of invoices and coordination of incoming and outgoing wires. Open new files, request conflict of interest checks, and maintain (including indexing and organizing) client and general files. Maintain and update corporate minute books and stock records for various business entities. Prepare correspondence and other legal documents from written or verbal instruction. Draft indexes and assemble electronic binders for closing of business transactions; assemble binders for business entity formations. Log attorneys’ time for billing purposes and work with accounting to generate bills. Provide admin support such as transcribing dictation, maintaining calendars, setting up meetings, coordinate courier deliveries, and filing. Assist with overflow projects/assignments such as filing, photocopying, scanning, or reception relief and perform other duties as needed upon request by immediate supervisor. 1-3 years prior law firm administrative assistant experience preferred. Bachelor's degree preferred. Should have working knowledge of Adobe and Microsoft Office Suite: Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP
1900 Main Place Tower
350 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14202
Current Employee - Reviewed on September 09, 2017
Upper management needs to eliminate the use of gossip in the work place and emphasize the impact it has on other employees. People come into work to get things done and pointless drama only causes problems.Pros : This firm has always showed me a great deal of kindness and respect. I am always treated as a valuable member of this establishment and not taken advantage of by upper management. Management is incredibly dedicated to their employees and always tries to ensure their happiness is met.