Abbie balances her work as a financial planning and litigation support paralegal at CBM with her Master’s degree classes at the George Washington University. She plans to complete her degree in December.
I would say the people and the different events. I also like the environment here because it allows me to balance work and school. I can come in early or late, make up hours when I need to and occasionally I take a day off if I have an exam.
I worked at May and Barnhard for five months before the merger. I graduated from Towson University and worked as a legal assistant for the last two years of college. I knew I wanted to go into the legal field but didn’t know how until I found May and Barnhard. Divorce and litigation has been very interesting.
Communication. Also remember your big picture goals. Of course I would like to have my weekends back and have more freedom, but you can do anything for a short amount of time. So just stay focused and work hard for what you want.
I like to run, read, binge watch TV, go to the beach and travel.
I was supposed to play D1 soccer in college, but I broke my back when I was 16 and couldn’t play anymore.
I would buy a house, travel, adopt a lot of corgis and golden retrievers. Also, I would pay off my student loans.
Just keeping swimming.