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Trainee Legal Secretary in Construction

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27 March 2014
28 March 2014
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Eversheds is an award winning law firm with strong presence in Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific.

Recognised by The Lawyer magazine as part of the “Litigation Elite”, Eversheds’ team of experts acts for major clients throughout the world. Our people regularly deal with large-scale matters involving multiple jurisdictions for multi-nationals through our award winning and groundbreaking approach to project management. We are lawyers who think strategically as well as legally, and provide our dispute managers with the resources they need to use their skills to the fullest. 

This role will involve providing secretarial support to the partners and fee-earners of the Construction team in Cambridge.

You will be responsible for a broad range of activities. This will include assisting legal advisers to open new matters, proactively managing manual and electronic filing and archiving and collation.

You will also be doing general administration, including room bookings, expenses, responding to central and Practice Group initiatives/requests and helping the legal secretarial team to arrange internal training events and proactive management of secretarial related tasks.

The ideal candidate will have some level of legal secretarial training and have experience of working in a busy legal team. It is anticipated that candidates applying for this role will have had at least a year of administrative experience and will now be looking for that step up into a secretarial role.  

As part of your career at Eversheds, you will receive tailored professional development, the opportunity to work alongside an exceptional team and be supported by partners. You will be part of a firm that is recognised for innovation and forward thinking. If this sounds like a firm you want to be part of, apply now.


Eversheds is one of the world’s largest corporate law firms. Committed locally, but connected globally, with over 40 offices based in the world’s major economic centres.