A Conveyancing Assistant delivers admin support to the Conveyancing department in the management of caseload, implementing legal procedures as directed by the Conveyancer. A Conveyancing Assistant will also assist Conveyancers in the processing of matters on a timely and cost-effective basis, as well as attend to clients, take instructions, and conduct letter and telephone enquiries as required.
Conveyancing Assistant Jobs – Skills and experience you need
Conveyancing Assistant jobs require an array of organisational, administrative and customer service skills to ensure that property transactions are processed in an efficient, thorough and compliant manner.
As such, a Conveyancing Assistant must be the administrative ability to manage their own work allocation, productivity and quality of work with minimum supervision. A Conveyancing Assistant must also have the technical knowledge and ability to use the correct practice procedures and systems in order to manage cases effectively and in accordance with the firm’s standards and legal requirements.
Because the role of a Conveyancing Assistant involves a significant level of interaction with clients, a Conveyancing Assistant may also be expected to possess excellent customer service skills.
A career as a Conveyancing Assistant
The work of a Conveyancing Assistant can be both interesting and varied, with the opportunity for career progression. There is an array of roles you can progress to, including Conveyancer jobs.
Becoming a Conveyancing Assistant is a great foundation for a career in property law, and the more experience gained, the higher your salary will be.
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