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Pat Lauwers
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    There is no work/life balance when having to bill 1800 hours as a paralegal.

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    Former Employee - Paralegal in Minneapolis, MN
    Former Employee - Paralegal in Minneapolis, MN

    I worked at Bowman and Brooke full-time


    The majority of attorneys tend not to micro manage. If you have experience, you are left alone to get the work done. Challenging work and great clients. There are great trial opportunities and experiences when given the chance.


    The firm's view of paralegals has changed in the last couple years. This has led to many paralegals leaving. Policies have become more rigid and flexibility has gone out the window. If you do not have a trial, there is no way to make your annual billable quota of 1800 hours by working 8-5 days. There are no training opportunities except for new in-house computer updates. Some employees are not afraid to "throw you under the bus."

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    Treat paralegals as professionals, not staff. Recognize seniority and proven performers. Salaries and job titles should reflect experience. Create a career path for paralegals and offer training opportunities for those who want or show a need.

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