The legal services specialist MOS encompasses every facet of legal administration. General duties involve the legal operational, managerial, clerical and administrative duties incident to an LSSS, Law Center, or office of the Staff Judge Advocate. Typical duties include research, preparation and typing of general correspondence, forms, reports, wills, powers of attorney, and other documents dealing with legal and quasilegal matters; checking all completed work for typographic accuracy; maintaining office correspondence files, directives and publications; if senior in grade, will act as the legal services chief and senior enlisted advisor directly responsible to the OIC/SJA for the overall assignment, performance, training, counseling, morale, discipline and welfare of all enlisted personnel.

Legal services court reporters transcribe verbatim records of legal proceedings. Legal services court reporters serve as reporters to staff Judge Advocates of major base or station commands and to the officerin-charge of an LSSS that provides legal services support to a major Marine Forces command. Reporters record the proceedings of special and general courts-martial, formal investigations, administrative boards, staff meetings, and other similar bodies (hearings); and prepare or supervise preparation and assembly of typewritten, summarized or verbatim transcripts, and review records of proceedings for administrative completeness and technical accuracy.

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