Do Paralegals have to work with clients or can you work alone?
Do all Paralegal work require working with clients? Can Paralegals do behind the scene work that don't require you working the lawyers' clients? I am more of a behind the scene person.
Asked By: DeweyWatermelon - 5/16/2010
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I am a construction litigation paralegal and I very rarely deal with clients in person. Most of my contact with clients is via email and the occasional telephone call and fax. I chose this area of law because I also do not really want to deal with clients... More
Answered By: Prorkycake - 5/17/2010
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Absolutely. Not all paralegal jobs are front office. You could even be a law clerk for a judge, or work for attorneys in a corporate setting where you really don't have "clients." Good Luck.
Answered By: RetiredDebtFreeAt47 - 5/16/2010
When you start for first time, you do what you are told. Its great. You get experience. Nobody will put you in same room alone with a psycho. If you have experience, you can pick and choose.
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