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ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMMISSION–LEGAL SECRETARY. The Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission is seeking a full-time litigation secretary for its office in Detroit. Principal responsibilities: Perform both routine and complex clerical functions; Maintain organized flow of workload, resolve issues, and obtain and relay information of a confidential legal matter; Work with peers to ensure timely completion of caseload; Ability to analyze and interpret data and information is required; Update and maintain appropriate electronic files, reports, and other documentation/data; Perform other duties as necessary; Prepare correspondence, legal pleadings, forms, and other documents as required by individual cases; Work with attorney(s) and staff who are assigned to cases; Report, summarize and track information and data, and follow-up as required; Maintain an electronic filing system that facilitates the efficient and timely retrieval of documents; Answer incoming telephone calls in a professional, pleasant manner; Work together with peers to ensure adequate coverage during vacations, sick/personal days. Minimum Requirements: Associate Degree. Two - five years’ experience in a legal capacity; Notary public; Ability to operate equipment related to position (i.e., computer, copy machine, multi-line telephone, fax); Professional accuracy in proofreading and producing documents; Well organized – able to set workload priorities and meet deadlines; Good written and verbal communication skills – the ability to communicate with the public and team members in a positive manner; Ability to meet department standards with regard to job knowledge, quality, efficiency, initiative, teamwork, customer service, and overall performance; Dependable – good attendance. Interested applicants should forward resume and references to: Gina Jaafar, Attorney Grievance Commission, Buhl Building, 535 Griswold Suite 1700 Detroit MI 48226. The AGC is an equal opportunity employer.
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ANN ARBOR OFFICE IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN BUILDING—Large private office in renovated building, shared professional amenities include reception, two conference rooms, kitchen, fax, copier, and in-house court reporter. Excellent location between county courthouse and city hall. Workstation for paralegal/assistant also available. (734) 994-1400.
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