Q: What is it like working as a Paralegal?
Paralegal in Fresno:
"Life at the Office."
Pros: The attorney and his wife are easy going people. I enjoy a position of trust. They depend on me.
Cons: Things are often put off until the last minute. Then, everything is "urgent."
Paralegal in Warwick:
Pros: I like that we get to defend people against frivolous lawsuits.
Cons: My boss lacks comprehension of modern technology. Dealing with other law firms that cancel everything all the time.
Paralegal in Monterey:
Pros: Small office, client interaction.
Cons: Inconsistency in procedure.
Paralegal in Jacksonville:
"Real World Experience."
Pros: I enjoyed applying the principles learned to real life applications. The work helped me to apply experience to the topics discussed in class to real applications for the result of a working knowledge on the issue.
Cons: The least positive aspect is the high stress and high volume of tasks to complete. The firm consistently is understaffed to maximize profits.
Paralegal in Tucson:
"Corporate, high stress level, heavy work load."
Pros: Flexible hours, boss is good.
Cons: High stress.
Paralegal in New York:
Pros: The hours are flexible and I can change my schedule fairly easily.
Cons: I cannot get enough hours to make ends meet.
Paralegal in Wilkes-Barre:
"The stress of helping others."
Pros: My coworkers and getting to help our clients through difficult points in their lives.
Cons: The entitlement of many clients and the work ethic and business practices of my coworkers. .