A Survival Guide for Paralegals: Tips from the Trenches

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Cengage Learning, 2003 - Business & Economics - 172 pages
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The Survival Guide for Paralegals: Tips from the Trenches, by Karen Levine and Alan Gelb, offers hundreds of tried and true tips from successful legal professionals on how to ‚€œsurvive‚€ your job. The book discusses paralegal work issues, dress, asking for a raise, and office politics in a highly motivating, fun, and empathetic way. From research and interviews to administrative responsibilities and time management, this book is a resource of user-friendly and user-tried hints.
 

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Contents

Staying on Track
13
Working with Others
21
The Reality and the Relief
41
Embracing Professionalism
59
Getting Organized
79
Research Writing and Technology
99
Life in the Litigation Lane
119
The Corporate Culture and Other
135
Quick Tips for Corporate Paralegals
141
Freelance Paralegals
148
Index
167
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Alan Gelb holds Alan Gelb holds dual master degrees in Writing and Education and is a member of Writers Guild of America and PEN International. He has written many professional and consumer works and his Survival Guides have been highly successful.

Karen Levine and Alan Gelb are a husband/wife team who write many professional and consumer works. They work in conjunction with an industry professional. Their Survival Guides have been highly successful.

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