Southern California paralegal Tamecia Jones shares with Attorney at Law Magazine readers about the work, love and support she and...
Tamecia Jones became a paralegal in 2002 after working in document support for Latham & Watkins, Los Angeles, through a contract. Through this experience, she discovered her skills were best utilized in contracts with Department of Social Services and Department of Children and Family Services. She is most fond of cases within family law, unlawful detainers, and youth civil rights issues within the DCFS system. She received a paralegal certificate from ICDC college, while attending Florida Metropolitan University, where she acquired a B.A. in Business.
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