associate justice resume example with 3+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Reliable employee seeking Chief Justice position. Offering excellent communication and good judgment. Organized and dependable candidate successful at managing multiple priorities with a positive attitude. Willingness to take on added responsibilities to meet team goals. Dedicated Associate Justice professional with history of meeting legal goals utilizing consistent and organized practices. Skilled in working under pressure and adapting to new situations and challenges to best enhance the Criminal Justice System. Experienced Associate Justice with over 20 years of experience in Criminal Justice. Excellent reputation for resolving problems and improving the Criminal Justice System.

  • Investigation skills
  • Corporate law
  • Civil law
  • Legal writing
  • Dispute arbitration
  • Environmental laws and litigation
  • Discovery processes
  • Criminal defense
  • Efficient researcher
  • Settlement Negotiation
  • Document filing
  • Case analysis
  • Oral debate
  • Written Communication
  • Analytical skills
  • legal procedures
  • Critical reasoning
  • Precedential knowledge
  • Opinion writing
  • Public speaking
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Critical thinking
  • Reading comprehension
  • trial procedures
Work History
Associate Justice, 10/2021 to Current
State Of OhioGreene County, OH,
  • Formulated trial techniques specifically pertaining to each case.
  • Researched and wrote contracts, agreements and proposals.
  • Apprised clients of potential risks and costs associated with each course of action.
  • Addressed employee concerns regarding demotion and termination.
  • Interviewed witnesses and gathered public record research relevant to each case.
  • Drafted motions, petitions and waivers.
  • Interviewed and selected jurors to verify competency and lack of biases, presenting challenges for cause to dismiss unfit candidates.
  • Researched, wrote and filed motions, writs and briefs for each case.
  • Conducted settlement negotiations and trial for property case with $1,000,000 in counterclaims.
  • Engaged in complex litigation under statutes.
  • Oversaw average of 200 cases each month.
  • Worked with legislators to assist in drafting laws. legislation and enforcement procedures by offering insights as law practitioner.
  • Interpreted laws, rulings and regulations for individuals and businesses.
  • Resolved criminal disputes
  • Analyzed probable outcomes of cases using knowledge of legal precedents.
The Law Office of Frank Ciardi, 10/2021 to 12/2024
Frank CiardiCity, STATE,
  • Furnished attorneys with legal literature supporting individual cases and advised on courses of action.
  • Shouldered administrative duties for legal staff such as scheduling, filing, responding to inquiries and answering phones.
  • Communicated with clients and set up remote video and telephone conferences.
  • Coordinated and managed fiscal schedules and prioritized money based on case importance.
  • Enforced client confidentiality related to court cases and defended clients against opposition.
  • Worked with other law offices and state and federal offices to obtain evidence and legal documentation pertaining to cases.
  • Coordinated travel arrangements for cases involving extradition and prisoner transfer.
  • Managed payment agreements with vendors for office supplies and technology specialists.
  • Managed complex schedules for attorneys and lawyers with court dates and client meetings.
  • Assisted with legal research on case law and conducted evidence examination and documentation.
  • Prioritized cases based on urgency, court dates and level of public and political attention.
  • Trained attorneys and lawyers in use of legal information management systems and document organization.
  • Maintained primary relationship accountability for clients, overall servicing responsibility and client satisfaction to maximize profitability of client relationships.
  • Improved office operations by automating client correspondence, record tracking and data communications.
  • Integrated logistic systems into company processes to improve operations and manage work orders and price changes.
  • Developed highly-efficient administrative team through ongoing coaching and professional development opportunities.
  • Initiated timely project management within budget constraints for multi-faceted problems concerning executive leaders.
  • Hired, managed, developed and trained staff, established and monitored goals, conducted performance reviews and administered salaries for staff.
  • Managed supervisor itinerary and appointments and streamlined scheduling procedures.
Law Student Intern, 10/2021 to 12/2023
Monroe County Office Of The District AttorneyCity, STATE,
  • Followed school and classroom policies, regulations, dress codes and schedules.
  • Searched at library and in scholarly databases to locate necessary information for research projects.
  • Helped with office tasks, taking messages, scanning documents and answering phone inquiries.
  • Contributed to development of D.r.e.a.m focused on stopping Criminal activities.
  • Worked in team environment to maintain high levels of productivity.
  • Revised and finalized letters, briefs and memos.
  • Prepared various exhibits for attorneys for public meetings, zoning commission meetings and legal resolutions.
  • Reviewed case files and reported case progress to clients.
  • Conducted background investigations on defendant.
  • Developed polished motions and briefs to support litigation processes and court proceedings.
  • Promoted firm's value and brand, and researched legal market to target new accounts.
  • Reviewed, edited and proofread litigation for proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.
  • Assisted attorneys with reviewing and organizing witness reports.
  • Produced legal documents such as briefs, pleadings and appeals.
  • Contacted witnesses to testify under oath at court hearings.
  • Generated leads to meet and exceed revenue goals by identifying new clients.
  • Reviewed Deed of Trust, Title Commitment and prior bankruptcies documents.
  • Researched statutes, decisions, legal articles and codes.
  • Reviewed and analyzed government and judicial structures, as well as arbitration concepts and negotiation techniques.
  • Produced contracts and real estate closing statements.
  • Contacted clients to schedule appointments and discuss progress of cases.
  • Analyzed deeds of trust to verify grantor, grantee, trustee and loan amounts for executive leadership.
Associate of Science: Criminal Justice, Expected in 06/2023 to Monroe Community College - ,
Bachelor of Science: Criminology, Expected in 06/2022 to Widener University Commonwealth Law School - Harrisburg, PA,
Master of Science: Psychology, Expected in 08/2020 to Cornell University - Ithaca, NY
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/2019 to School Without Walls - Rochester, NY

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School Attended

  • Monroe Community College
  • Widener University Commonwealth Law School
  • Cornell University
  • School Without Walls

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  • Associate Justice
  • The Law Office of Frank Ciardi
  • Law Student Intern


  • Associate of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Master of Science
  • High School Diploma

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