Legal Assistant Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Legal Assistant?

Legal Assistant in Braintree:
"Work Flexibility."
Pros: I am good at what I do. I can work from home if I need to.
Cons: Working 9-5:30.

Legal Assistant in Cincinnati:
"Pretty Okay I guess."
Pros: I love working with the clients to make them feel as though they are important and respected. I love knowing the clients by name/case.
Cons: The boss is not the easiest person to work for, and I get a lot of pushback from other people (IE, medical providers, etc. When requesting clients' medical records).

Legal Assistant in Lorain:
"Fast paced single man position."
Pros: Working alone, learning hands on, associating with clients,
Cons: None.

Legal Assistant in Fresno:
"Professional office setting."
Pros: It is simple. Always learning something new daily!
Cons: My pay I feel severely under paid considering minimum wage in California and knowing eventually it will be $10.

Legal Assistant in Dallas:
Pros: I like that I have job security since there are few employees and a LOT of work.
Cons: No structure, no sick pay, no time surveillance, no formal company policies.

Legal Assistant in Arlington:
"Flexibility, Stressful At Times, Meaningful Work, Deadlines"
Pros: Helping those who cannot represent themselves through guardian services, conservatorships, and executing estate planning and Trust documents;
Cons: Negative aspects of management, office politics, sharp deadlines.

Legal Assistant in Washington:
"Not Exactly What I Had In Mind."
Pros: Our vacation and sick leave are bunched together so you can accrue and use your paid leave as you wish.
Cons: Most of the time, my work is mundane, tedious, and underwhelming. For the most part, I am uninspired and not stimulated intellectually.