How do I find a job as a legal secretary without looking online ?
I am currently pursuing my degree in Paralegal Sciences and would love to begin working as a secretary or a receptionist at a law firm to gain experience. I have applied online for dozens of jobs, and have not received a single callback. Are there any other job-hunting resources I can try?
Asked By: Jessica - 10/13/2008
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the best thing would be to write letters to the HR managers in solicitors practices but you will need to be able to show that you can type well. I would follow this up with a phone call a week or so after sending the letter and explain your position. If you are actually studying at the minute then they will probably be... More
Answered By: sillylittlejill - 10/14/2008
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If you own a degree - or any other qualification - then you'll already be ahead of the crowd when it comes to hunting for jobs. My buddy has a degree and he wasn't sure what direction to go with it, but he discovered some excellent guidance on the resource in the resource box below which helped him to settle that he... More
Answered By: Lon G - 10/13/2008
Your city's newspaper will have a classified ad section that includes job ads from employers. Your school may also have a job placement program and could help you find work while you are in school. A lot of cities also have job placement offices that can help with a wide variety of jobs.
Answered By: alicegirl71 - 10/13/2008
Besides the local newspaper's classified ads, check with your local county bar association. Many times, attorneys post job openings with them, the local colleges/universities, and the local law school(s)....
Answered By: Princess Leia - 10/14/2008
You probably haven't received any callbacks because your application is just one of so many - and so it gets filed under 'B.1.N... More
Answered By: Ziggy - 10/14/2008
Check the classifieds in your local newspaper. And don't e-mail your resume, fax and mail it in (or stop by in person). Also, call to verify that it has been received.
Answered By: bird is the word - 10/14/2008
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