Profession case administrator
Case administrators supervise the progress of criminal and civil cases from the point of opening to closing. They review the case files and case progression to ensure proceedings occur compliant with legislation. They also ensure the proceedings occur in a timely manner and that everything has been concluded before closing cases.
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- Legal case management
The procedures of a legal case from opening to closing, such as the documentation that needs to be prepared and handled, the people involved in different stages of the case, and the requirements that need to be met before the case can be closed.
- Civil process order
The legal procedures and standards that courts follow in civil lawsuits.
- Legal terminology
The special terms and phrases used in the field of law.
- Legal research
The methods and procedures of research in legal matters, such as the regulations, and different approaches to analyses and source gathering, and the knowledge on how to adapt the research methodology to a specific case to obtain the required information.
- Develop documentation in accordance with legal requirements
Create professionally written content describing products, applications, components, functions or services in compliance with legal requirements and internal or external standards.
- Supervise legal case procedures
Supervise the procedures conducted during or after a legal case to ensure that everything occurred compliant with legal regulations, that the case is finished before closing, and to verify whether no mistakes have been made and all necessary steps were undertaken during the progression of the case from start to closing.
- Write work-related reports
Compose work-related reports that support effective relationship management and a high standard of documentation and record keeping. Write and present results and conclusions in a clear and intelligible way so they are comprehensible to a non-expert audience.
- Comply with legal regulations
Ensure you are properly informed of the legal regulations that govern a specific activity and adhere to its rules, policies and laws.
- Ensure proper document management
Guarantee that the tracking and recording standards and rules for document management are followed, such as ensuring that changes are identified, that documents remain readable and that obsoleted documents are not used.
- Manage administrative systems
Ensure administrative systems, processes and databases are efficient and well managed and give the sound basis to work together with the administrative officer/staff/professional.
- Observe confidentiality
Observe the set of rules establishing the nondisclosure of information except to another authorised person.
- Compile legal documents
Compile and collect legal documents from a specific case in order to aid an investigation or for a court hearing, in a manner compliant with legal regulations and ensuring records are properly maintained.
Optional knowledge and skillsbrief court officials provide legal advice interpret law correctional procedures accounting techniques use different communication channels record court procedures ensure information security maintain operational communications show responsibility manage accounts law enforcement facilitate official agreement respond to enquiries court procedures document evidence
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