Here's a job posting:
But here's what mine did at my last law firm (I shared with a partner that dictated EVERYTHING):
1. Transcribe documents - pleadings, correspondence, discovery (requests and responses) and properly format them [the partner was excellent - he told her what punctuation to use and where to put new paragraphs, etc.);
2. File documents into file (not with court);
3. Serve documents - pleadings, discovery (requests and responses), and other documents - to all parties involved in the case;
4. Updated proof of service list;
5. Calendared due dates, hearings, depositions, etc. (on 3 different calendars) AND tickled one week and two week reminders;
6. Answered telephone calls for attorney (after being transferred from receptionist) and took messages if necessary;
7. Coordinated schedule for depositions, hearings, etc.;
8. Set up court reporters and/or agencies for depositions;
9. Confirmed hearings, depositions, etc. (and made sure the file was up-to-date for the hearing);
10. Pulled files (if necessary) for upcoming hearings, depositions, appearances, etc.;
11. Made photocopies (sometimes, if it was a rush, because we had several copy clerks whose job was to make copies);
12. Fax documents.
I think that about covers it....if I think of anything else, I will let you know.