Friday, August 29, 2008

Virtual Paralegal in a Virtual Work World of One's Own

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly has an interview this week with virtual paralegal Dawn M. Draper of Traverse City, Mich. A virtual paralegal can do almost everything a paralegal in an office can do, except work with the file cabinet, of course. The qualifications are the same, and according to Draper, the pay is higher.

To avoid conflicts of interest, she signs non-compete agreements. Being virtual is still new territory for paralegals, but this article provides some interesting insight into the life of a virtual paralegal.

For more, visit Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for adding the article on your blog. I am Dawn M. Draper and it is much appreciated to be included.

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  2. I am a lawyer who is intrigued by the article. I have been looking for good virtual paralegals. How can I contact Dawn or others? Thanks Jk@jkjkl.com

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