Legal Secretary Qualifications
What is a legal secretary?
Legal secretaries give administrative support to lawyers, legal
executives and paralegals, and often help with the daily tasks.
The main responsibility of legal secretaries is to
type letters and other legal documents such as wills, contracts,
leases and court documents. Other duties may also include dealing
with correspondence, organising diaries, filing and other clerical
Legal secretary training
If you would like to work as an
administrator/secretary then our legal secretary
qualifications may be for you.
In conjunction with City & Guilds, CILEx offers an
extensive range of basic practical qualifications for legal
secretaries. These are the UK's most popular paralegal
qualifications. Over 20,000 people have chosen these qualifications
to advance their career.
Our Level 2 qualifications are ideal
if you wish to become a legal secretary and have no previous
secretarial or administrative experience, although you do need to
be able to use a keyboard. They are set at GCSE level.
The Level 3 qualifications are
suitable if you are already a secretary or an administrator and you
wish to move into the legal field or build on your current legal
secretarial skills. They are set at A-Level.
Read more about the stages of
training required to become a legal secretary. Alternatively, to
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