Tag Archives: Legal

Healthcare Paralegal at Healthcare Legal Solutions, LLC

Healthcare Legal Solutions, LLC, is a healthcare collections firm that provides denial management, consulting, and corporate collections services to hospitals and health systems. They are a small, fast-growing firm with lots of opportunities for new employees to prove themselves and a great team culture.

Candidates will have to work well with attorneys and other paralegals, as well as maintain the workload, work under pressure, and be a team player. Candidates will be required to perform the following duties:

  • Quickly and efficiently review medical records and submit well-written appeals to health insurers and governmental payers.
  • Be comfortable, skilled, assertive, cordial, and professional on the telephone to follow up on submitted appeals.
  • Navigate through various computer systems and applications to find information about insurance claims.
  • Perform any other administrative duties as may be necessary

Learn more about the position in Handshake.

How to Land Your First Job: Don’t Just Polish Your Resume, Polish Your Brand

To land a job today, entry-level professionals must make sure all of their job-search materials evoke a compelling and cohesive message. In this presentation, you’ll discover how to develop a personal brand that grabs potential employers’ attention. You’ll also learn tips for developing stand-out application materials, ideas for using social media to establish your professional credibility and how to convey key attributes during a job interview.

Tuesday, March 12 at 7:30 pm in the Warner Hemicycle

RSVP in Handshake. This workshop is hosted by Robert Half.

Robert Half is the world’s first and largest specialized staffing firm, providing skilled professionals in the fields of accounting and finance, technology, legal, creative, marketing, and administration. We have more than 400 consulting and staffing locations worldwide.

Robert Half will also be interviewing for their Staffing Manager position on Wednesday, March 13th.

  • View the Technical Recruiter job description here
  • View the Contract Recruiter job description here
  • View the Staffing Manager job description here
  • Once you have applied, schedule an interview in Handshake here

Law School application tips: Join us Tuesday, Oct 9 for “What works and does not, presented by Dean’s from Tulane and Seton Hall Law Schools”

Application “Geography”: Beyond The Horizon Of The Personal Statement.

Tuesday, October 9th 2018

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm in Hillcrest 103

While you may be stressing and struggling with the writing and editing of a law school personal statement, your application “journey” often includes mastering a range of written submissions. In this session, two admissions deans will take you on a “trip” exploring the challenges (and opportunities) in crafting:

* Diversity Statements

* Character/ Fitness Disclosures

* “Why ‘X’ Law School?” Questions

* Academic/Testing Addenda

This session will get you to start thinking about how each of these submissions provides you an opportunity to strengthen your application, even when you might be explaining a weakness! In this interactive and relaxed discussion format, we will share some examples of application submissions that, while not always coming in for a perfect landing , still provide lessons on effective ways to navigate sometimes difficult waters.

Click here to let us know you’re coming.:  https://middlebury.joinhandshake.com/events/194603

Harvard Law School Information Session

Join us:  Thursday, September 27 at 12:30 in Ross 011 Seminar Room.  Feel free to bring your lunch from the dining hall.

Come learn from a representative from Harvard Law School all about their admissions process. All students welcome, all majors and class years, whether you’re applying next year or just planning ahead. Please complete this short form to register: https://jdadmissions.law.harvard.edu/register/hls-at-middlebury-2018

Southern Poverty Law Center job as Re-enfranchisement Outreach Fellow

Southern Poverty Law Center is seeking to hire three organizers for a one-year commitment to restore voting rights to tens of thousands of Alabamians with felony convictions. The Re-enfranchisement Fellows will provide direct voting rights restoration services, train community leaders on the new law, and engage in a broad public education campaign. Direct services tactics will include hosting clinics and street canvassing.

Check out the full details HERE.

Jeff Stauch ’05 works at SPLC now and alerted me to this opportunity.  Let me know if you’re interested and I can put you in touch.