All I want for the holidays is peace on Earth and good will toward men, and women. I'm really not sure why that's such a tall order. Here is a top 10 wish list for 2014
On the surface, working as a corporate paralegal in a law firm versus the legal department of a corporation wouldn't seem to be so different
...level conference room. Robyn Dizes, manager of Career Development Services at Peirce College, will be speaking about the professional aspects of LinkedIn and the...
...Ethics and Legal Technology" presented by professor Carol Sherman of Peirce College. Our luncheon presentation was led by our first vice...
Think about how many people know you, the person, as opposed to knowing your reputation as a top-notch paralegal. The odds are that most people in your professional world barely know the real you at
...www.active.com/donate/phillybarcharityrun. On May 21, Peirce College's spring reception is set for 5 to 8 p.m...
Paralegals often serve their employers in a dual role as both a legal assistant and a notary public
As of September 2011, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 14 million people are unemployed
...paying for daycare, education and medicine. I'm putting my kids through college, saving for a new house and paying for repairs to my car...
The following is a list of intellectual property attorneys practicing in Pennsylvania
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