Showing, one job listing at a time, how toxic a JD is on the job market. Please don't go to law school.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Assistant Who Does Everything

[Ed.-- But wait, if you can do anything with a law degree, then isn't 'assistant who does everything' the perfect job for you?]

Managing Attorney of busy Winchester law firm seeks go-to legal assistant to do everything necessary to increase productivity, improve client communication, enhance client service, and help attract new referrals. Experience in a law firm or other professional practice helpful but not strictly necessary if you have prior confidential executive assistant experience. Experience in hospitality, restaurant or customer service industries is helpful. Duties including managing one attorney's entire life from calendar, client meetings, travel, personal needs, document creation to coordination of all other services within a fast paced law firm focused on elder law, probate, real estate and estate planning. This job will be challenging, but not boring. Compensation from high 40's with opportunities for advancement and bonuses. Limited evening and weekend obligation as needed. Competitive benefit plan including 401k after one year, generous vacation allowance, etc. Work hard and get rewarded for it! NO ATTORNEYS OR LAW STUDENTS WILL BE CONSIDERED, please DO NOT reply.

1 comment:

  1. It's actually illegal for legal assistants to help attract new referals, aka clients.