Paralegal cover letter writing is not simply typing words on a Word document – the words need to be dynamic and alive. Anyone can write static sounding content, but it takes someone special to be able to write content that enthralls the audience.
No tricks or tips will help. All you need to do is understand what the employer is looking for and then give him exactly that. Doesn’t sound too difficult, does it?
Following is how you can do this:
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965 Example Street
Atlantic City, NJ 06106
December 29, 2015
Mr. Daniel Smith
Executive Vice President
AAA Law Firm
333 Marzio Rd.
Mohaonk, NY 06999
Dear Mr. Smith:
I would like to be considered for a Paralegal position offered at the AAA Law Firm. I learned of this opening through the New York Recruiting Consortium at NY College of Legal Studies.
My high level of attentiveness and exceptional organizational skills helped me maintain a strong academic record at NY College of Legal Studies which reflects my passion and commitment. Thorough liberal arts courses and a concentration in law have provided me with an unparalleled writing ability in addition to exceptional analytical, investigation and research acumen.
During my internship at Bony’s Law firm, I developed expertise in helping lawyers prepare for closings, hearings, trials, and business meetings. I can also investigate the facts of cases and ensure that all applicable information is considered. Owing to my strong academic background in law, I can easily identify appropriate laws, judicial decisions, legal articles, and additional materials that are pertinent to assigned cases. Above all, I am very expert in preparing written reports that attorneys use in determining how cases should be handled.
Enclosed is my resume for your review. I am keen about the paralegal position at the AAA Law Firm and look forward to meeting with you in order to discuss my skills and abilities in more detail. I can be reached at (019) 999-9999.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Sara N. Robert