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Resume Example for Bilingual Administrative Assistant – Pro Bono Paralegal, Volunteer Lawyers Project of the BBA

Bilingual Administrative Assistant – Pro Bono Paralegal, Volunteer Lawyers Project of the BBA

Chelsea, MA

Work Experience

Bilingual Administrative Assistant – Pro Bono Paralegal, Volunteer Lawyers Project of the BBA

Justice

Boston, MA

November 2007 to May 2017

Boston, MA 
November 2007 – May 2017 
• Coordinated client needs and services with pro-bono attorneys and agencies throughout Massachusetts. 
• Assisted in housing and family courts as necessary 
• Developed documents, letters, forms, labels, etc. 
• Coordinated with Hon. Judge Ginsburg to facilitate monthly luncheons for the Senior Partners for Justice 
• Responsibilities ~~~~~~~~~ on resume addendum that follows

Reservations Supervisor

Fifteen-Beacon Hotel

Boston, MA

October 2001 to December 2001

Supervised a team of four reservations agents, preparing schedules and providing training while ensuring smooth and efficient operation of the Reservations department

Reservations Sales Agent

Wilshire Grand Hotel

Los Angeles, CA

May 2000 to July 2001

• Answered all incoming phone calls, booked reservations, developed sales packets, reports, memos and presentations. 
153 Webster Ave, #1 
Chelsea, MA 02150 
(617) 866-3519 
ISABELAGUERRA@OUTLOOK.COM 
 
Resumé Addendum: 
Responsibilities as Pro Bono Paralegal – Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association and Senior Partners for Justice 
 
Housing Court – Wednesdays and Thursdays 
• Conducted intake meetings with potential clients 
• Translated and facilitated communication between clients and attorneys 
• Obtained copies of documents from clients and attorneys 
• Maintained supplies needed at court 
• Opened and prepared to close cases from housing court 
• Kept records of volunteers for BBA and generated reports 
• Trained new interns and volunteers 
 
Case Updates System 
• Oversaw updating process 
• Sent case closures 
• Followed up with panel attorneys and clients, and staff attorneys as needed 
• Coordinated periodic review of cases by staff attorneys 
• Supervised undergraduate students working on Case Updates 
 
Petty Cash 
• Managed and balanced petty cash fund. 
 
General Administrative 
• Prepared and coordinated mailings and emails to set up meetings 
• Assisted front desk with Spanish-speaking clients 
• Served as receptionist backup if needed 
• Prepared reports upon request 
• Printed/sent recommendation letters from Chief Council to former VLP interns/students. 
 
Panel trainings 
• Coordinated attendance, materials and refreshments for trainings, posted on web as needed. 
• Responded to emails, phone calls from panel attorneys and students interested in VLP trainings 
 
153 Webster Ave, #1 
Chelsea, MA 02150 
(617) 866-3519 
ISABELAGUERRA@OUTLOOK.COM 
 
Additional responsibilities 
• Conducted intakes for housing Law cases (especially Spanish speaking clients) 
• Assisted staff attorneys with Spanish speaking clients 
• Supervised any undergrad student helping with our tickler system. 
• Purchased and organized office supplies 
• Contacted interpreters to translate any documents or to assist attorneys or clients. 
• Assisted panel attorneys with questions regarding conference room use or internet access. 
• Created and maintained list of RSVPs for VLP events. 
• Assisted Executive Director and CFO to coordinate travel arrangements to conferences for Board members if needed. 
• Assisted Hon. Ginsburg or SPJ manager when needed 
• Posted referral information for Trust and Estates cases for supervisor when needed

Education

B.A. in Legal Studies and Spanish

University of Massachusetts Amherst and Smith College

Amherst, MA

2007