Day: May 20, 2019

a paralegal sitting in his desk reviewing a case

A New Yorker’s Guide to Becoming a Paralegal

By definition, a paralegal is someone not fully qualified as a lawyer but trained adequately in subsidiary legal matters. Paralegals help with administrative and legal duties in a law firm, including researching, drafting, filing and organizing various legal documents and files. They most commonly work in law firms or business corporations wherein there are legal …

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