A typical day at work would be coming in to listen to phone messages and reading and returning emails and phone messages. Each day could vary depending upon what might be urgent so you have to be capable of stopping one task and starting another and then coming back to that original task. You could be preparing responses to written discovery, preparing exhibits to pleading, setting up depositions, and trial notebooks. You could be gathering documents reviewing them or producing them. You might be creating or maintaining privilege charts or be performing daily file maintenance on your case load.
Coming from a hospitality background to legal field I have learned everything I know today and that I'm able to adapt and learn in any situation to succed.
I only have wonderful things to say about management I will truly miss them. Management gets to know you and treat you like family one amazing experience.
My fellow co-workers will be missed they were essential to my success and I enjoyed working and getting to know all of them. I could count on any of them when I was faced with a deadline that I needed assistance.
The hardest part of my job was my very last day when I was being let go because of workforce reduction.
The most enjoyable and rewarding part of my job I have to say was everything. I've learned so much while I was apart of this wonderful family and will miss everyone and everything our office did to make it possible to make each of us so successful in our daily tasks.