If you have been at all concerned about the number of job vacancies that are potentially available to you upon successful completion of your Legal Secretaries Diploma course with us, or are just leaving school or have been considering a change of career, you should certainly find more than a soupçon of inspiration in this article.
Do you consider yourself to be a bit of a social media whizz? Loads of Twitter followers, constantly posting on Instagram, reaching out on Facebook? Have you considered that this skill might be something that can advance your career?
Laura Jenkinson has been working for ILSPA as an Administrator since the beginning of the year. She is a great asset of the team, being very dedicated to her work.
Laura has answered some questions about her background and told us about her experience with ILSPA so far:
What attracted you to work for ILSPA?
Here is a selection of vacancies from our Legal Secretary Jobs Board this month:
Junior Secretary – Gregsons Solicitors
Salary: up to 20K depending on experience
Gregsons Solicitors is seeking an enthusiastic Junior Legal Secretary to join their team.
The ideal candidate will have excellent communication, organisational and typing skills.
As of July 2016, the old CON29R form was replaced by the new CON29. But what is the difference between the two forms, and what does it mean for those who are using them? There is certainly a wealth of information that anyone working with the CON29R should be familiar with – especially when considering there are thirty more questions on the new form!
It has recently been announced that Sir Terence Etherton will become Master of the Rolls this month, and that got me thinking: how have we acquired these uniquely titled legal positions? Of course, answering this question took a little delving back into history, but the results highlighted long-held traditions and even ancient practices.
Master of the Rolls
Having originally worked as a PA and Office Manager, I’ve been a freelance Virtual Assistant (VA) for just over three years now and I absolutely love it. Whether you are a PA in the legal sector or elsewhere, there are huge opportunities if you’re thinking of going freelance.
I’ve met tons of PAs, Secretaries and others recently who are thinking of going “virtual”, or are just interested in how the transition from PA to Virtual Assistant works – so here’s my story!