Opportunity for Paid Position in Local Law Office

Alan Paulk is a civil litigator with a solo practice in Vinings. He specializes in real estate litigation, primarily involving disputes with contractors and builders. (Visit the Paulk Law Corporation website for more information.)

Here is the position announcement:

“We’re looking for a new personal assistant, with responsibilities to include such things as:

  • Taking phone calls
  • Managing the daily schedule
  • Maintaining accurate and up-to-date client files and contacts lists
  • Filing legal documents
  • Mailing and courier work
  • Drafting routine or simple legal documents

Please note that the above list merely describes typical work, but that other responsibilities may be involved in the normal course of work. Additional languages are a plus, particularly Spanish or Vietnamese.

We would like to hire someone for a 9-5, full-time position, but the schedule and compensation are negotiable. We would be happy to work around a busy school schedule.

For those interested in pursuing legal work in the future, this is an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience in the industry and network with other legal professionals.

Send resumes or inquires to bennett@paulklawco.com.”

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