Whether you’re job hunting or not, you should regularly take the time to update your resume to reflect professional accomplishments. Take stock of achievements and skills to add and don’t be afraid to shave off excess info.
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Have you ever wanted to make a difference in your profession? Here are some examples of ways that paralegals are changing the world, one step at a time.
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Legal support professionals have responsibilities to the client and the firm, just like attorneys. Are you aware of these ethical rules for paralegals?
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Over 400,000 attorneys around the country belong to the American Bar Association (ABA), and many more are part of local or state associations. But lawyers are not the only legal professionals who can benefit from joining a professional association. A
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Legal professionals spend a lot of time searching for classes and events that will give them needed CLE. And while this is important, just because those courses are accredited doesn’t mean that they will necessarily help you prepare for all
For decades, the term “project management” invoked images of construction workers and engineers huddled around a set of blueprints, scheming to raise a building from the ground up. It was rarely, if ever, applied in the legal setting. In recent