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Do Law Firms Have Managers & Administrators?

Managers Administrators

As a law firm grows in size, the amount of management tasks required to keep it running may increase dramatically. This often prompts attorneys to hire legal managers and administrators to handle these tasks. A legal administrator is generally responsible for handling all the business aspects of a law firm. The duties of this position include supervising and training other employees, managing the accounting department, delegating responsibilities to employees, handling the marketing aspects of the firm, and may also be expected to handle the hiring and firing of staff. The qualifications of a legal administrator may vary depending on the size of a law firm or the level of experience of the individual. In general, a legal administrator is not required to have any sort of legal degree. Some smaller offices may permit a legal secretary or paralegal

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