Currently, we have the following openings:

Corporate Legal Secretary
Performs a variety of advanced secretarial duties including preparing legal documents, correspondence, closing binders, court, SEC and other governmental filings. Maintains close contact with attorneys, paralegals and clients; observes confidentiality of all legal documents and firm matters.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Draft correspondence with regard to clients and various regulatory agencies as well as preparation of closing documents with minimum supervision and instruction.
  • Perform electronic SEC filings via the Edgar System.
  • Perform broad range of clerical duties which require knowledge of procedures and specialized terminology.
  • Maintain attorney calendar and travel arrangements
  • Use discretion and good judgment when contacting clients.
  • Process incoming mail, enter attorney time on system, and prepare expense reports.
  • Organize and coordinate meetings and conferences.
  • Assume responsibility for special projects, including paralegal tasks.
  • Provide administrative and overflow support.

Please download the PDF for additional details.


Floater Legal Secretary
Performs a variety of advanced secretarial duties including preparing legal documents, correspondence, closing binders as well as filing pleadings and trial preparation. Maintains close contact with attorneys, paralegals and clients; observes confidentiality of all legal documents and firm matters.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Draft correspondence and prepare closing documents with minimum supervision and instruction.
  • Prepare and file pleadings, and other documents in a variety of state and federal courts, as well as with regulatory agencies (e.g., SEC).
  • Monitor court appearance dates, pleadings, and filing requirements.
  • Schedule conferences, teleconferences, depositions, court reporters, expert witnesses.
  • Perform broad range of clerical duties which require knowledge of procedures and specialized terminology.
  • Make travel arrangements.
  • Process incoming mail, enter attorney time on system, and prepare expense reports.
  • Assume responsibility for special projects, and provide administrative and overflow support.

Please download the PDF for additional details.


Please note these job descriptions are not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Resumes may be submitted to Linda Chu, via mail, fax (at 415-421-2922), or e-mail at lpchu@nullsflaw.com. Ms. Chu may also be contacted at 415-421-6500.