Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Orrick currently has an excellent opportunity in the Washington DC office for a Legal Secretary with a minimum of five years of law firm experience.
The Legal Secretary will provide advanced-level specialized legal secretarial support to the Washington DC Office Leader and attorneys in various practice groups. The Legal Secretary will be responsible for coordinating and prioritizing the administrative and document processing workloads of the principal (s) assigned to the position; provide accurate and timely work product in accordance with the needs of their assigned attorney (s); answer incoming telephone calls in a timely and professional manner and communicates an accurate message on behalf of the caller.
Orrick is a leading global law firm with a particular focus on serving companies in the technology, energy and financial sectors. We are recognized worldwide for delivering the highest-quality, commercially-oriented legal advice and for our culture of innovation and collaboration.
Our formula for success is simple—we provide the highest quality service to our clients and we hire the brightest and most talented individuals at every level. As an employer of choice we will provide our employees with challenging work, training opportunities, a supportive and team oriented culture, and the opportunity to work with the best talent in the legal profession.
Orrick offers a friendly work environment, competitive salary, and excellent benefits.
Please visit www.orrick.com for more information about the firm.
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.