Paralegal Career Guide

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Wiley Law Publications, 1995 - Law - 498 pages
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In this comprehensive resource, Chere Estrin demonstrates the benefits of strategic career development for both entry level and veteran paralegals. You'll find guidance on how to plot a course for success that will carry you across the changing professional landscape, as well as interviews of some of the most powerful paralegal administrators in the nation -uncovering the secrets of success in a variety of specializations. The book also covers: how to job search on the Internet
-- the pros and cons of becoming a certified paralegal
-- where technology is taking the paralegal profession
-- ADR and the opportunities it offers the paralegal
-- how to develop as a paralegal manager
-- career opportunities with legal vendors
-- the secrets of quality service
-- how to make positive career changes
-- and much, more.

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Contents

The Radically Changing
5
Engineering Your Career
12
The Action Plan
18
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About the author (1995)

Chere B. Estrin is founder of the Estrin Organization, one of the largest paralegal staffing organizations in the United States. Ms. Estrin is a regular columnist for Legal Assistant Today and the Daily Journal (San Francisco and Los Angeles). She is the author of six books.

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