Paralegal Hired to Boost Firm’s International Relationships

Lord have mercy on us all!!  The inevitable has happened.  A law firm has actually hired a paralegal in order to attract new international business.  Yes.  I know.  Miracles do happen in Legal Land.

A press release today sent by Goff and Wilson, a comprehensive immigration law firm with offices in New Hampshire and France, announced the recent hiring of Christine Vigneault.

Vigneault, who is fluent in French, received a paralegal certificate from Boston University and holds a B.A. degree in Political Science, French and Art History from McGill University in Montreal. While at McGill, Vigneault petitioned directly with Canadian and U.S. governments on international issues of concern for Amnesty International and worked with Habitat for Humanity.

‘Christine’s non-profit focus and international travels bring an important dynamic to our immigration team,’ said John Wilson, Esq., President and Partner of the firm. ‘We’re looking forward to using her skills and energy to build on our firm’s reputation for effective client service.’

"I see my role as a great opportunity to have a positive contribution to the immigration process through the services Goff Wilson offers to their clients," Vigneault commented.

Prior to her position with Goff Wilson, Vigneault worked to build corporate messaging platforms for a Massachusetts area non-profit.

I have a feeling we’ll be hearing more about this interesting professional.