Litigation Support Assistant (Commercial)


  • Full Time

Litigation Support Assistant (Commercial) | Legal 500

TSR Legal are currently partnering with a Legal 500 Newport firm who are currently looking to recruit a Litigation Assistant to the join their well-regarded department. As a Litigation Support Assistant, you will provide direct support to Senior Fee Earners in the Department in a range of matters relating to commercial litigation, and manage all client work allocated in accordance with the Firm’s standards. You will also, where necessary, provide support to the wider Department and/or Firm with a high degree of self-management and initiative.

The role is a mix of secretarial, administration as well as some fee earning work in the way of:

  • accurately recording and submitting regular time recording in line with the firm’s/departments policy.
  • Undertaking basic fee earning duties under supervision, such as taking detailed client instructions in person or over the phone and managing conduct of files, where assigned, by a senior fee earner.
  • Achieving agreed levels of billing and time recording, where applicable.
  • Ensuring all financial controls procedures are followed particularly in respect of billing procedures and collection of monies.
  • Carrying out research to assist senior fee earners in progression of cases. Also, quantum research and case law.

To be considered for this role, our client is requiring a candidate that has the ability to demonstrate experience of legal secretarial and assistant duties, ideally gained within commercial law.

On offer is the opportunity to join a well-regarded firm who can offer a competitive salary, and excellent pension scheme. If you believe you have the skill set required, please apply to this advert or contact Rachel Phillips at TSR Legal for a confidential discussion on 02920 388100 or


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