Sample Admiralty Lawyer Resume

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Anthony Lewis
250 Tassett Court,
Chicago Park, CA, 95712
222-222-2222
[email]

Summary
A highly motivated professional who has handled legal practice for more than 15 years in admiralty and maritime representations, personal injuries, labor and employment issues; has extensive trial experience garnered from previous cases involving various areas such as immigration, citizenships, wrongful death verdicts and unresolved death cases, business litigations, as well as maritime law; has great perseverance and is always on top of things; does things with passion and has very good research and investigative skills essential in pulling off a successful case; has advocated views of different groups and individuals of different representations within the context of the legal system.

Professional Experience:
Attorney General October 2007 – Present
Jackson Law Office, Jacksonville, FL
Responsibilities:

  • Specialized practice at areas of general admiralty and maritime representation, immigration and nationality law.
  • Represented a wide range of individuals and commercial clients in the maritime, trucking and immigration fields.
  • Represented various clients in a wide range of cases, including collision, personal injury, pollution claims, cargo damage, dock damage, immigration, legislation and waterfront development.
  • Counseled specializing in workers’ compensation.
  • Provided litigation support and handled trial preparation including claimants/expert witness deposition, defense experts hiring, settlement conferences and mediations, negotiation settlements, direct contact establishment with clients and employers.
  • Obtained Social Security Disability for clients.

Assistant Attorney General June 2003 – August 2007
TMC & Co Law Firm, Birmingham AL
Responsibilities:

  • Assisted in the representation of foreign workers, foreign investors in the United States.
  • Lead counsel on all court trials, proposed awards/briefs, presented exhibits, prepared direct/cross examinations at hearings and prepared closing arguments.
  • Handled cross examinations and questioning, did presentations of exhibits at hearings.
  • Did extensive research and interviews with suspects and complainants, to gauge and create substantial records and findings to support arguments.
  • Documented and filed interviews and collated other essential documentations found.

Intern February 2000 – May 2003
Adamson Group, Michigan
Responsibilities:

  • Specialized practice at areas of general admiralty and maritime representation, immigration and nationality law.
  • Represented a wide range of individuals and commercial clients in the maritime, trucking and immigration fields.
  • Represented various clients in a wide range of cases, including collision, personal injury, pollution claims, cargo damage, dock damage, immigration, legislation and waterfront development.
  • Counseled specializing in workers’ compensation.
  • Provided litigation support and handled trial preparation including claimants/expert witness deposition, defense experts hiring, settlement conferences and mediations, negotiation settlements, direct contact establishment with clients and employers.
  • Obtained Social Security Disability for clients.

Assistant Attorney General June 2003 – August 2007
TMC & Co Law Firm, Birmingham AL

Education
Master’s in Sociology, Immigration Services
Princeton University, NJ, 2000
Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Major in Cultural Diversity
Princeton University, NJ, 1997

Skills/Certifications:

  • Extensive general litigation experience in both federal and state courts covering a wide range of commercial, regulatory and personal injury matters
  • Listening skills
  • Analysis, synthesis and digestion of information based on relevance
  • Advocacy, counseling and recommendation skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Associations/Organizations
American Immigration Lawyers Association, Member
Baltimore Port Alliance, Member

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