Temporary Legal Secretary


Special Counsel is currently recruiting a temporary legal secretary for a downtown company. The Legal Secretary will work for the Administrative & Labor Law Section and be responsible for public records requests, labor arbitrations, unemployment hearings and matters that come before the State Employment Relations Board (SERB). This is a 2-3 month assignment.  
•Dockets dates of all hearings and responses to be filed with any administrative agency, type appropriate responses as may be required
•Processes subpoenas for records and the appearance for company personnel. 
•Notifies district and employee of court dates and processes payment for operators and other employees
•Maintains logs, files company responses, and schedules arbitration dates
•Process public records requests
•Obtain requested information and/or videos
•Prepare correspondence
•Types briefs, memos, weekly reports, and letters in response as may be required by administrative agencies
•Maintains attorney schedules and dockets
•Performs general filing duties and all administrative and secretarial duties as assigned
•Must type 60 WPM
•High school diploma or its equivalent
•Five (5) years’ experience as a legal secretary
•Knowledge of legal terminology and familiarity with duties such as composing and drafting briefs, memos, letters and reports, scheduling appointments and calendar maintenance
•Microsoft Office software (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)
•Bilingual abilities are a plus
Would you like to learn more about the Temporary Legal Secretary position that Special Counsel is recruiting for in Cleveland, Ohio?  If so, then please submit your resume below.  Or, visit our website at www.specialcounsel.com to apply or consider other available opportunities with us.  Please follow me on Twitter @cherylnjacobs for additional career opportunities.  Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled


Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. The Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.