As a Legal Writer/Researcher, Jeecole composes mostly legal documents and articles. Her specialties include Patent Law, Criminal Law, Contract Law, and Business Organizations.
Jeecole enjoy walking outside and browsing the Internet. As a legal researcher, she searches the Westlaw and Westlawnext online databases to find relevant case law and statutes for legal documents.
Jeecole graduated on December 19, 2005 from San Jose State University in San Jose, CA with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Chemistry with a Concentration in Scientific Writing. This discipline has given training mainly in Chemistry lecture courses, some Chemistry laboratory courses (General, Organic, and Analytical), and Technical Writing.
Jeecole will receive an Associates of Applied Sciences degree in Paralegal from Heald College in Milpitas, CA. This discipline has given her skills in both Legal Writing and Legal Research. Jeecole's legal expertise includes Patent Law, Criminal Law, Contract Law, and Business Organizations.
Jeecole is currently an independent paralegal researcher. She currently creates high-quality legal documents for new and repeat clients based on online research gathered from Westlaw and WestlawNext and has
identifies information in case laws and statutes relevant to legal documents. drafted over 20 articles for clients. (Average length: 500 words.)
During her tenure as an academic writer, she has done legal writing projects. One such project was a Plaintiff's Opposition to a Defendant's Motion to Dismiss. Another was Case Law Report for a client overseas.
Between January and July 2014 and January and March 2015, Jeecole has written blogs for various law firms through another freelance website. Many of these articles are an average length of 500 words. Jeecole used keyword searches on the Internet to find information for these articles.
Between August and September 2014, Jeecole wrote forty-eight articles dealing with certain legal issues. Twenty-four of them tackled personal injury law and criminal defense in Virginia. The remaining twenty-four discussed certain legal matters, such as auto accidents, in Denver, Colorado.