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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Dunn & Phillips, P.C; Springfield, MA

Primary Job responsibilities: meeting with clients, background research, preparing documents for courts/ judges/clients etc., office work, filing, answering phones, emails, scheduling meetings, sitting in on court to get a feel of what is it like.

Working here I received hands on experience that most places wouldn't offer to interns. It was completely worth the experience to see if you want to pursue law school or not and i would highly recommend this site.

1 comment:

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