Newly christened paralegals without direct law firm or corporate law experience face a challenging road when entering the profession, despite impressive skill sets and work experiences that were acquired in prior careers. Just ask any newcomer, and the stories ring alike.

They may possess a bachelor’s degree, a paralegal certificate or degree and a solid work history, but are told that they “lack experience.” Entry-level positions are denied due to the candidates being overqualified.

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