The Accidental Secretary: a memoir
After college, Marsha Brandsdorfer hoped to get a job in publishing as an entry level editor, but with limited job experience, and no marketable skills, an attorney hired Marsha to work in his law firm as a file clerk. So began her career for over two decades working in legal field in various positions, mostly as a legal assistant. Marsha has had a variety of experiences with different law firms and companies. She shares her experiences in her book, “The Accidental Secretary."
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