One or two of the more interesting of the legal disciplines must be probate inheritance, and wills and I think that conveyancing might have some lighter moments too. The most comprehensive legal secretary courses include some aspects to allow this to be considered as a further job prospect. When family members die one assumes they have made out a last will and testament – in nearly all period dramas involving a death of a seriously rich person, it invariably turns out that the purpetrator had designs on the deceased’s will and although there would have been some fantastic fool proof plan to benefit from the estate, they always overlook some tiny little detail and their game unravels before our very eyes. I like to think that this happens in real life too. With the very best training in in legaland a further online training course in conveyancing, a passingly competent PA can become a good legal secretary and really get a career off the ground.