Dan’s Pro Communication Skills Are On The Job
As a legal assistant at our firm, Dan’s role features a lot of communication in all forms, something the English major is happy to do. His work for attorney Wendy Bornstein involves communicating with clients, preparing correspondence, and helping Wendy stay connected to clients. “I enjoy making her job easier,” Dan says.
Previously, Dan honed his communication skills at other law firms before finding his home at Pezzano Mickey & Bornstein, where he’s been able to learn and grow his skill set through increased responsibilities. Studying English gave him the perfect foundation for crafting clear emails and helping clients understand some of the processes in their cases. “I’m glad that my education has given me this opportunity,” he says.
Dan credits his coworkers for creating a friendly work environment at the Flemington office, noting that Wendy sets the tone with her positive demeanor. “She’s very nice, fun to talk to, and makes it a friendly work environment,” Dan says.
It’s the communication piece, but specifically the helping piece, that Dan enjoys most about his job. “I enjoy speaking with clients and connecting with them,” he says. He looks forward to helping more people in the years to come. Learning about the legal field and building his knowledge base is also something he enjoys, and he’s excited to continue to grow in this area.
Verbal and written communication aren’t the only skills Dan brings to the table. Outside of work, you’ll find this talented musician practicing one of the many instruments he’s played since he was a kid. “I play the guitar, bass, trumpet, and some others — those are the ones I’m good at,” the humble musician says. Once or twice a year, his band gets together to play a show at a local venue.
We are so glad to have Dan on our team at the Flemington office. Say hi next time you stop by!
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