K.R. Anand & associates
1. Oral Communication
- convey information in a clear, concise, and logical manner.
- Communicate persuasively.
- Advocate a position or a cause.
2. Written communication
- Learn how to write organized, concise and persuasive prose.
- Draft effective legal documents such as motions, briefs, memorandums, resolutions and legal agreements.
3. Client Service
- Rainmaking and client development skills.
- Customer service skills.
- Client communication skills.
4. Analytical and Logical Reasoning
- Reviewing complex written documents, drawing inferences and making connections among legal authorities.
- Developing logical thinking, organization and problem-solving abilities.
- Structuring and evaluating arguments.
- Using inductive and deductive reasoning to draw inferences and reach conclusions.
5. Legal Research
- Learn how to locate and analyze legal authority.
- Learn proper legal citation.
6. Knowledge of Substantive Law and Legal Procedure
- Local, state and federal court systems.
- Relevant filing deadlines.
- Fundamental principles of law in the practice areas in which they work.
- Relevant legal terminology.
7. Time Management
- Superior multi-tasking skills.
- A strong work ethic.
Time & Billing
Calendar & Docketing
Videoconferencing9. Interpersonal Skills
Interact daily with attorneys, paralegals, staff, clients, opposing counsel, judicial personnel, vendors and
other third-parties. In addition to face-to-face contact, communication by e-mail, telephone
and videoconferencing systems.10. Familiarity with Legal Documents and Terminology 11. Teamwork