Q: What is it like working as a Paralegal?
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. .
Paralegal in Charlotte:
"It's exciting and challenging."
Pros: Be envolved in the legal field.
Cons: The pay rate I have.
Paralegal in Chesterfield:
Pros: Great boss, good coworkers, exciting cases, flexible schedule, short commute.
Cons: No benefits, low pay.
Paralegal in Newark:
Pros: I love to learn new things. Contracts and Indemnifications are very interesting to me. Litigation and motions are starting to come with ease of the job. I learn new things everyday in the field that I am in.
Cons: I am in a job that does not know the true value and need of a paralegal. I would like to expand my horizons and find a company that will let me learn how to advance my career as a paralegal while preparing for my tranisition into being an attorney once law school is complete.
Paralegal in Springfield:
Go to law school instead.
Paralegal in Lakewood:
"It is not what I expected."
Pros: My boss.
Cons: The hours, the pay, the benefits. We do not have any paid time off or sick time.
Paralegal in Arlington:
Hit the ground running, but don't rush through document preparation. If you don't know the answer, ask. Understand that little mistakes can become catastrophic; which is why you must always review your work before presenting it to your boss. It is your job to make your Attorney look good. Never, ever, ever chance making your Attorney look bad in court because of a mistake you made. Always calendar EVERYTHING! Don't miss a setting notice and keep up with which cases are flagged for trial. Lastly, don't get sideways with a client; that's your Attorneys job, if need be.