In a bad job market, the most important thing you can do is to keep trying. Never give up. Life is a race and your career is also a race. The problem with most people is that they are often willing to give up at the first sign of difficulty. The harder you keep trying and the more effort you put in, the more things are likely to go your way.
From the time I was about 12, I had paper routes that required me to home deliver hundreds of papers all over my neighborhood by 7:00 am each morning. It gets very difficult to do paper routes in the winter in Michigan, and it was not a fun job. The worst part about the paper route was that I had a corrupt manager. I think he was paid based on how many papers were being delivered on his route, so he kept increasing the number of papers I had to pay for, despite the fact that my customer base was not increasing. I tried to keep up with this for some time but eventuall...
Summary: Sony Pictures is facing a class action lawsuit for not preventing cyber attacks of its network. Sony isn’t in a good place. After they caved to threats from North Korea regarding a comedy about the assassination of North Korea’s leader, they’ve also suffered hacks and data dumps. After a broad security breach by a […]
Summary: Today I want to share some of my favorite recent pins from my Pinterest Page. If you read this blog often then you know that I’m a little obsessed with Pinterest. I kind of consider it to be a creative outlet, especially for people who are busy or not particularly creative. It’s also a […]
Perhaps you find them bothersome. But if you get them, especially in large quantities, you should be grateful. It means that your market value is still high. It is when they stop calling that it is time to be concerned. In any event, when you do get a recruiter cold call, it is a good […]
Everything is competitive these days, even the attention of a good recruiter. There are so many qualified attorneys on the job market, how can you assure that your recruiter is effectively working for you? How can you trust that your recruiter is really spending time to make your application stand out against the competition? As […]
The most coveted workers are happy and busy. When you are busy, you will not be eager to seek a new job, but when you are desperate and really need the interview to go well, that’s when the interview tanks. The hiring managers are like dogs, they smell fear, and they don’t want to hire […]
The large law firms, located in large cities, are departmentalized with a partner in charge of each specialty. In firms over sixty attorneys, there are usually departments for litigation, labor law, real estate, corporate, tax, and trusts and estates, etc.
Sometimes a matter received in one department will need the assistance of another department. An example of this might be a labor law matter which requires litigation. Both the labor and litigation departments would work jointly on the case.
A litigation paralegal would have to be trained in-house in labor law in order to work effectively on the matter. The clients of large law firms are generally corporations, banks..
Patrick D. Campbell is the owner and President of Outsourced Paralegal Services, LLC, a bankruptcy paralegal services company based in 66 Split Rock Road, Syosset, New York 11791. As a bankruptcy paralegal, he offers his expertise in the area of bankruptcy to attorneys throughout the United States. Patrick specializes in drafting Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Petitions, drafting correspondence and pleadings (i.e. Motion to Strip-Off Lien (LAM Motion), reviewing the feasibility of Chapter 13 plans, following up with clients to obtain missing information from Intake Sheets, conducting computerized research to obtain and gather relevant data and materials, retrieving documents and filings with Pacer, monitoring bankruptcy..