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Sample Research Attorney Resume






A research attorney resume should focus on the applicant's experience, training, and readiness to accept employment. All research attorney resumes should mention all of the above, as shown in the following example.


Jacob Garfield
110 Grand Avenue
Any Town, USA 9999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
jgarfield@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

Position as a Research Attorney

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Research skills, knowledge of the law, exceptional reporter and writer

EXPERIENCE

Research Attorney, 2000 to present:

Foster Law Office, Big City, USA.

Primary duties included researching contract law and reporting findings to managing attorney and preparing for depositions.

Court Reporter, 1998-2000:

Kenneth Court Reporting Services, Major Town, USA.

Responsible for recording depositions for attorneys. Work for hire.

EDUCATION

CVR (Certified Verbatim Reporter), 1997,

Johnson Court Reporting School, Any City, USA

J.D. in Law, 2000,

Madison Law School, Any Town, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Research Attorneys

NOTE: When writing a research attorney resume of your own use this condensed version as a sample for creating a complete one. Remember that potential employers look for specifics related to the job they want to fill. Include those details in your research attorney resume.