Lawyer's Aid Service, Inc. opened in 1980 to assist attorneys throughout Texas in forming new companies, from creating and filing the formation documents at the state offices to providing services such as retrieving state agency documents, creating company outfits, and obtaining Federal EINs.

Check out some direct quotes from our staff on their favorite things about working at Lawyer's Aid Service.

Lawyer's Aid Service, Inc. opened in 1980 to assist attorneys throughout Texas in forming new companies, from creation of the formation documents to filing the documents at the state offices, to providing services such as legal document retrieval, creating company outfits, and obtaining Federal EINs.

Check out some direct quotes from our staff on their favorite things about working at Lawyer's Aid Service.

Positive work environment

Lawyer's Aid Service, Inc., is a small, stable company of about 15 full-timers and part-timers. It’s never had a layoff. About a quarter are students. We aim for a workplace that is positive and cooperative, with a friendly team spirit.

Flexible schedules

You can request a switch between full-time and part-time and request a change in your schedule if part-time. Schedules are at least 18-40 hours a week except where noted. Part-time scheduling is between 9:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Afternoon scheduling is emphasized, as that's when we are busiest.

One central location close to UT

Lawyer's Aid's office is located at 408 West 17th Street, between Guadalupe and San Antonio. UT and ACC Rio Grande students who work here find it pretty easy to park at work, walk to class, and walk back to work. map

Positive work
environment

Lawyer's Aid Service, Inc., is a small, stable company of about 15 full-timers and part-timers. It’s never had a layoff. About a quarter are students. We aim for a workplace that is positive and cooperative, with a friendly team spirit.

Flexible schedules

You can request a switch between full-time and part-time and request a change in your schedule if part-time. Schedules are at least 18-40 hours a week except where noted. Part-time scheduling is between 9:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Afternoon scheduling is emphasized, as that's when we are busiest.

One central location
close to UT

Lawyer's Aid's office is located at 408 West 17th Street, between Guadalupe and San Antonio. UT and ACC Rio Grande students who work here find it pretty easy to park at work, walk to class, and walk back to work. map

Positive work environment

Lawyer's Aid Service, Inc., is a small, stable company of about 15 full-timers and part-timers. It’s never had a layoff. About a quarter are students. We aim for a workplace that is positive and cooperative, with a friendly team spirit.

Flexible schedules

You can request a switch between full-time and part-time and request a change in your schedule if part-time. Schedules are at least 18-40 hours a week except where noted. Part-time scheduling is between 9:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Afternoon scheduling is emphasized, as that's when we are busiest.

One central location close to UT

Lawyer's Aid's office is located at 408 West 17th Street, between Guadalupe and San Antonio. UT and ACC Rio Grande students who work here find it pretty easy to park at work, walk to class, and walk back to work. map

LAS-Texas-CapitalBenefits

Started in 1980, Lawyer's Aid Service offers a work environment that is positive and cooperative, with a friendly team spirit. Some main benefits:

  • six paid holidays
  • (If at least 32 hours: PPO type health insurance. Dental, vision, and life available.)
  • flexible work schedule
  • business casual dress
  • ultra-filtered AC system
  • a location 3 blocks from UT and a half-block from the Museum District bus stop. See map.
  • onsite shower and full kitchen
  • onsite parking
  • support of the City’s Green Choice Renewable Energy Program
  • Mac work computers

The work you'll do

Those who succeed best at Lawyer's Aid work enjoy detail-oriented work, helping people over the phone, solving problems, and being accurate. In particular, if you're a person who wants a career in the administrative paralegal area or who simply loves medium-paced and fast-paced office work, we're eager to receive your application.

You'll receive training based on detailed reference guides, starting with the basics and moving up at your own pace.

Most of our staff members are paralegal clerks who email, fax, photocopy, file, and, most importantly, take orders from attorney clients who call in. No sales work is involved.

Our workplace is a floor of ten offices, each with a large window and its own bathroom. You'll be sharing an office with only 1-2 other people, but our staff moves between offices throughout the day, dependent upon the task at hand. The atmosphere is positive and collaborative. Abbey House is a quiet 10-room student residence hall in the same building. An associated law office where you may also work is four blocks away in West Campus.

LAS-Texas-Capital

Benefits

Started in 1980, Lawyer's Aid Service offers a work environment that is positive and cooperative, with a friendly team spirit. Some main benefits:

  • flexible work schedule
  • (If at least 32 hours: PPO type health insurance. Dental, vision, and life available.)
  • business casual dress
  • ultra-filtered AC system
  • a location 3 blocks from UT and a half-block from the Museum District bus stop. See map.
  • onsite shower and full kitchen
  • onsite parking
  • support of the City’s Green Choice Renewable Energy Program
  • Mac work computers

The work you'll do

Those who succeed best at Lawyer's Aid work enjoy detail-oriented work, helping people over the phone, solving problems, and being accurate. In particular, if you're a person who wants a career in the administrative paralegal area or who simply loves medium-paced and fast-paced office work, we're eager to receive your application.

You'll receive training based on detailed reference guides, starting with the basics and moving up at your own pace.

Most of our staff members are paralegal clerks who email, fax, photocopy, file, and, most importantly, take orders from attorney clients who call in. No sales work is involved.

Our workplace is a floor of ten offices, each with a large window and its own bathroom. You'll be sharing an office with only 1-2 other people, but our staff moves between offices throughout the day, dependent upon the task at hand. The atmosphere is positive and collaborative. Abbey House is a quiet 10-room student residence hall in the same building. An associated law office where you may also work is four blocks away in West Campus.

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What do you like most about working at Lawyer’s Aid Service?

"The informality … the friendliness … really nice people … flexibility … the downtown location … variety of tasks."

"Lawyer's Aid Service offers a high level of professional development; it has been a tremendous boost to my career and has built my skills in a wide variety of areas … I don't believe I could have gained such a broad set of skills with any other company … the freedom to approach and solve problems in my own way."

"Dealing with clients … the variety … never a dull moment."

"Location near UT … Scheduling flexibility."

"I have received a significant amount of experience in a variety of fields that can be tough to break into. [For example] I didn't realize how interested I was in database development before this job."

"Lawyer's Aid Service makes an effort to understand my interests and strengths, as well as what I don't enjoy doing, and determines my tasks based on that information ... They are very concerned with making me as satisfied with my job as possible, and allowing me to grow the skills I'm eager to work on."

"Talking to interesting people over the phone, not in person … interesting work … enjoy helping people … love to find any piece of information I'm told I can't find … the people I work with … we're the best at what we do … parking close to school [when I was in UT] … scheduling around school … learn how to deal with people better … no rigid structure … no Dilbert management … a family-owned company rather than a chain … learn useful job skills and people skills … the on-site [big] kitchen … good restaurants in walking distance."

"Willing to work around my school schedule ... jovial atmosphere ... it's a small company so every birthday is celebrated in the break room. Cake for everyone!"

"Good hours of operation Monday through Friday … a variety of tasks … I don't sit all day; I get up and walk around."

"Laid-back atmosphere, not up-tight … time flexibility."

"Being given responsibility and the freedom to carry it out … how [the company] is structured. Everyone has roles and the space to carry them out … my experience level [can deal with just about any issue that comes up because I've dealt with it before.]"

"Casual dress code. Don't have to buy a new wardrobe … the laid-back, fun people … schedule flexibility for days off … proximity to campus [when a student] … the work itself is interesting."

"The satisfaction of helping people."

"Getting to talk to a lot of different people … helping people … the atmosphere is laid-back, not critical … a lot more pleasant [than a fast food job] … I like to do office work … organizing things, the teamwork aspect … trying to help each other out in different ways, finding the ways we work together the best."

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