A Career as a Paralegal

Join us on Tuesday, November 1st as WVIZ ideastream and the law firm of Ross, Brittain & Schonberg present “A Career as a Paralegal.”  Paralegals, also known as legal assistants, are individuals trained to assist attorneys in the delivery of legal services. They work in law firms, corporations, the government and other practice environments and operate under the supervision of a lawyer. 

Paralegals assist attorneys in resolving lawsuits. They investigate the facts of a case; interview clients and witnesses; perform legal research; draft pleadings, deposition notices, subpoenas, motions, briefs, discovery and other legal documents; organize and manage files, documents and exhibits; file documents with federal and state courts; and assist at hearings, arbitrations, mediations, administrative proceedings, closings and trials. Employment of paralegals and legal assistants is expected to grow by 18 percent by 2020. This occupation attracts many applicants, and competition for jobs will be strong.  Experienced, formally trained paralegals should have the best job prospects.


Renee Mezera                 Paralegal Manager, Ross, Brittain & Schonberg C., L.P.A.

Taryn DeFranco             Paralegal, Ross, Brittain & Schonberg C., L.P.A.

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