IP legal administrator

IP legal administrator

Career Legal



23 June 2017

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An impressive law firm in the City, with a highly regarded Intellectual Property team, now wish to appoint a graduate administrator to provide comprehensive support to the fee earners. The firm would like to attract a graduate with an appreciation for IP (intellectual property), who can demonstrate previous office administration ability, to directly support the IP fee earners.

Specifically responsibilities in this role will include-

Administrative support including preparation of reports, clerical functions, arranging conference calls and updating contact databases;

Assist with keeping all IP files up-to-date and organized. This entails saving client emails and documents electronically, including scanning documents.

Maintain calendars to include scheduling and coordinating meetings;

Liaising with clients, Fee Earners, and reception as necessary for meetings, lunches, seminars etc.

Organising Fee Earner travel arrangements via reception or making direct bookings, preparing travel itineraries, updating Fee Earner's calendar, etc.;

Answer Fee Earner phones as necessary;

Assisting with business development, including updating contact information for Fee Earners contacts,

General filing, photocopying, scanning, emailing, printing and faxing of documents;

We anticipate the ideal candidate being a graduate with some office experience (Word, Excel, Outlook) who is keen to secure an entry level administration role and has a keen interest in IP. To apply for this opportunity please do forward your CV.

It is Career Legal’s policy, as a matter of courtesy to respond to all applications within three working days. However because of the volume of applications, we are sometimes unable to respond to individual candidates. If we have not contacted you within three working days your application has been unsuccessful and your details have not been retained. Please apply for any other position that you may see in the future. Career Legal is a Recruitment Agency and is advertising this permanent vacancy on behalf of one of its Clients. Thank you
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