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Rap Stars, House Managers, Crystal Meth, Prison, and Your Ego
published August 04, 2014
"I became a paralegal because, quite simply, I wanted to help the public. While it turns out the majority of my work comes from bigger corporations, I do enjoy helping the little guy get what he deserves. Individuals who are wronged deserve justice in their matters, no matter how big or small the financial interest is. I became a paralegal to help bring affordable access to justice."
"The paralegal profession is an extremely tight-knit group who is always willing to help one another out. I receive numerous calls a day from other paralegals asking me questions on specific procedure or law. The field is growing, and that is a great thing.
The public needs to be educated on the great advantage hiring a paralegal has. We can appear in court for you, and are trained to deal with your specific matters. There is a great ability for affordable access to justice."
"I do consider myself a mentor. As mentioned earlier, I get multiple questions a day from other paralegals about the law, procedures, and research. I try to help whenever I can. Paralegals feel comfortable approaching me and getting my advice. As well, I have had a number of students who have done their field placement at our firm. This is a rewarding experience for me, and the students seem to always love working at Lockwood Paralegal Firm. It is my way of giving back to the paralegal community."
"My parents, from a young age, inspired me to work hard and stay focused on my goals. Rebecca, my longtime girlfriend, aspires to dedicate her life to help at-risk youth, which is inspiring in and of itself. Her love and constant encouragement helped me become who I am today. Other members of my family, including my sister Alyson, brother-in law Scott and niece Sydney, have sent the same message over and over again. It is being surrounded by supportive family members that really drives me to help others and be successful."
Maltaise Cini Attorney at Law
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