I was originally trained in my legal understanding while working in an American Oil Company in New Zealand in the early seventies. I then returned to England and, as I was originally from London, I took up a post with the BBC where I was required to type the BBC News as it was transmitted over the telephone which I then typed on to ticker-tape [there were no e-mails in those days] which the Presenter could then read out in the news coverage, so accuracy and a good ear, were essential. Both of these positions set the foundation of my legal training.
My training in Child Care work was given by a Legal Department within Local Government, which was thorough and where accuracy was at the heart of my training. This led to many happy and successful years in Private Law Child Care work, whilst maintaining and executing ten good years of trading within my Limited Company being Hi-Tech Secretarial Services Limited.
I am the Director of Hi-Tech Secretarial Services Limited which was Incorporated in September 2005. This Company is the Parent Company of Legal-Secretary and all aspects of Legal-Secretary will be protected by Hi-Tech Secretarial Services Limited and Data Protection Regulations filed with the Commissioner.
Linda Rainbird, the Director of Hi-Tech Secretarial Services Limited and Legal-Secretary, has been a Trustee with Celf o Gwmpas, a Registered
Charity, for over ten years. In this time, but more importantly in the last three years, Linda has helped us to achieve a very high standard in our
understanding of Charity Law and the need to maintain a healthy and legally sound Constitution. Also, Linda has helped Celf to achieve a considerable and substantial Lease of additional premises which is helping our Charity go from strength to strength. I therefore highly recommend Linda in both her companies’ endeavours.
Designed to facilitate the rapid and efficient manipulation of text, word processing is the writing, editing and production of documents, letters, reports and books, through the use of a computer program or a complete computer system.
Bundles of documents to present to Court are extremely important and can help to make a case go well, or not so well. Judges, Magistrates, Tribunal Panels, and Legal Representatives in all capacities, need to find things quickly so that they can get a rapid overview of the contents and are able to refer to its contents easily.