A: My name is Natalie Puzio, I go to Villanova University, I am in political science major and I am from New Jersey.
Q: What was your role here at ALB PC?
A: I was a legal intern so on day to day basis I completed different tasks from lawyers, mostly in the transactional department.
Q: What was it like working at ALB PC?
A: I thought it was really great, everybody here was really nice and really helpful. I had to do things with great responsibility, lot of different tasks and I definitely have learned a lot of new things.
Q: Did you get to work with Adam directly?
A: I got to see Adam in the courtroom and that was really nice because I got to see how he was in the courtroom, got to see what it was actually like in a trial, so that was really interesting.
Q: What type of tasks did you perform?
A: I was basically in the transactional department dealing with finances, working with closings and banks. I like working in economics so that was really interesting.
Q: What did you learn from working here?
A: I’ve learned a lot of new things, definitely that I want to be in law. This really upheld the idea that I want to be an attorney one day. That it is really a lot of hard work but it’s really rewarding in the end.
Q: What is the one thing in your experience that would stand out in your mind from working here?
A: I definitely like to go to trials, I thought that was really interesting as I’ve never done that before. Just to see how lawyers were interacting in real life because it’s definitely not like on television. I thought it was really nice.
Q: What was the best aspect of working at ALB PC?
A: I think definitely the staff. Everybody is .., I’ve learned so much from everybody. I got to work with all different people, just learning all different things and all different types of real estate law, so that I thought it was great.
Q: Do you have any other comments or suggestions?
A: I just want to thank Adam for hiring me, for giving me this opportunity, it was once in a lifetime, I’ve learned so much. So, thank you!
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