Litigation Legal Secretary

International law firm is seeking an experienced Litigation Legal Secretary to join their mid-sized Palo Alto branch office. The firm is very reputable and looking for a stellar Litigation Legal Secretary to join the team. The Litigation Legal Secretary must be experienced filing in state and federal courts, document management software, and various legal administrative duties, preferably in a mid-large law firm environment. If you are an experienced secretary/assistant well versed in litigation, and looking to join a respected firm, please submit your resume for professional consideration.


  • Editing and finalizing litigation documents
  • Filing with State and Federal courts (including e-filing)
  • Strong technical skills (Microsoft Office, Outlook, document management software, etc.)
  • General administrative duties, such as answering phones, expense reports, timekeeping, and managing the attorney’s schedules



*Must be an experienced Litigation Legal Secretary / Assistant well versed in the litigation process, 3-5+ years of experience

*Must have a stable background, preferably with mid-large law firms

*Must have a thorough knowledge of state and Federal court filing requirements, including experience with e-filing

*Must have strong knowledge of court rules, dates, procedures

Possess a strong attention to detail, and high level of organization

Ideal candidates will have strong software skills and knowledge


*Represents basic qualifications for this Litigation Legal Secretary position.  To be considered for this position you must at least meet the basic qualifications.


Salary: DOE, this position will pay a competitive market salary for an experienced candidate

Competitive full range of benefits including PTO, medical/dental coverage, bonus structure, 401k, profit sharing, etc.


Matura Farrington is an EEOC employer


Please send current Word format of resume to

JO #28160


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