Posts Tagged student
Nothing screeches “poor communicator” like incorrect verb usage, improper punctuation, rambling sentences, or spelling errors.
Minimize inner office interruptions from coworkers wanting to shoot the breeze about the latest couple voted off DWTS.
“Results of NALS Student Survey #1″ NALS . . . the association for legal professionals (www.NALS.org) is a professional association that is dedicated to enhancing the competencies and contributions of members of the legal profession. It is an all-inclusive legal professional association and has members who are law office administrators, paralegals, legal assistants, legal secretaries, […]
I couldn’t understand what he was saying (I was plugged into my iPod, remember), but students were running from everywhere!
Here is the easy rule to remember: if you want to be treated as a professional, then dress like a professional.
Don’t be MIA and leave everyone guessing where you are.
Overview of the Court System, Various Types of Law Practiced, Types of Positions in the Workplace, and Career Advancement
by Sherri Krawitz, PP, PLS Regardless of whether or not one is employed in the legal field, it is very important that everyone understands the basic elements of our judicial system. Unfortunately, many people do not realize the extent to which laws affect their daily lives. Common events, such as a birth, a death, applying […]