The Professional Paralegal: A Guide

While in New Orleans at the AAfPE conference last week I had the opportunity to go through The Professional Paralegal: A guide to Finding a Job and Career Success,” a new book by Charlze Smith Diaz and Vicki Voisin, The Paralegal Mentor. It is a really good book for those starting out on a paralegal career and not just because it includes a screenshot of this blog (See page 33.) It covers a full range of topics from internships through preparing resumes, interviewing and negotiating a job to practical information on starting a job, organizing your time and organizing your office. I especially like the “Checklist for Success” at the end of chapters and the “In Practice” block liberally sprinkled in the chapters. All-in-all a good companion book to The Empowered Paralegal: Effective, Efficient, and Professional!”

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  • Vicki Voisin says:

    Thanks for the positive review! Charlsye and I enjoyed (?) writing a book that not only helps with finding a job, but also steps to take throughout one’s working life to make a “job” a truly satisfying career. Hint: that includes more than sitting at your desk for 30 years.

    Thanks, too, for permitting the inclusion of a screenshot of your blog. Your efforts on behalf of paralegals are very much appreciated.

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