Legal assistants help attorneys work more effectively by assisting them in a range of duties.
During a typical day, a legal assistant might spend time: • Developing cases by contacting witnesses, preparing responses to opposing counsel, drafting summonses, complaints, discovery requests, and more. • Answering clients' questions and updating them on case progress • Keeping cases organized by filing documents, entering information into case management software, and monitoring calendars and deadlines.
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