Legal receptionist duties vary with the work environment and type of practice. In smaller offices, the legal receptionist may also double as a legal secretary for one or more attorneys. Typical legal receptionist duties include:
- Greeting clients and visitors and answering visitor inquiries
- Answering and routing incoming calls on a multi-line telephone system
- Scheduling and routing clients
- Maintaining and scheduling conference rooms
- Maintaining the waiting area, lobby or other public areas
- Serving coffee or tea to guests
- Ordering supplies
- Scanning, photocopying, faxing and filing documents
- Collecting and routing mail and hand-delivered packages
- Verifying employee identification and issuing visitor passes
- In smaller firms, the legal receptionist may handle additional administrative duties such as billing, data entry, word processing, establishing new case files and drafting simple correspondence.
Job RequirementsEducation Required: High School
Experience Required: Entry Level
Last updated on 06/04/2021
14.00 - 16.00
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