“Working at Wexler Wallace makes you feel like you’re an integral part of the team. Working in this environment makes you want to strive to be your utmost best.”
Rose Campo is the personal paralegal to Kenneth Wexler, and assists attorneys on cases ranging from product liability to antitrust matters. Her duties include, but are not limited to, conducting research, assisting with document production, performing intake calls to potential plaintiffs and/or consumers, and assisting with other projects when the need arises. She is responsible for completing a variety of tasks that support the lawyers, helping them take on and complete cases.
Aside from helping manage and keep the lawyers organized, Rose’s position as a paralegal requires her to also maintain the case files. A typical work week varies from day to day and can consist of collaborating with other paralegals on up-and-coming deadlines, researching related cases, assisting with a brief, and returning telephone calls from clients and/or other parties seeking information on a case. As a paralegal, Rose has direct contact with clients, and communicates with them to provide status updates, answer any urgent questions, and ease them of any concerns that they may have.
Rose has more than 10 years of experience in the legal industry and her background includes insurance subrogation and contract law with additional experience in marketing, sales, and retail. She enjoys her current position at Wexler Wallace because it’s an entirely new legal field that challenges her and allows her to be part of a team that works closely together. There are no questions that go unanswered or problems that remain unsolved. At Wexler Wallace, there is always someone available to lend a helping hand.
Rose received an Associate’s degree in Business Management from Robert Morris College in 2005. She’s active in cooking, baking, volunteer work, and enjoys physical fitness in her spare time.