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A Glimpse Inside Panko Collaborative Law & Mediation: A Grade 9 Student’s Perspective

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As a grade 9 student at Bethlehem Catholic High School, I got the opportunity to go with my dad to Panko Collaborative Law and Mediation for take your kid to work day. I had a very good experience, especially with how nice and welcoming everybody was at the office.

Something that I find really cool is how everyday everybody meets in the boardroom/conference room and eats lunch and talks about a book that everybody reads. I really like how everybody has the same book and reads one chapter per day then everybody talks about what is going on in the book and their opinions on what’s currently happening. I Really found an interest in what I was learning.

My dad showed me the process and procedures of steps that you must go through with any client. He also showed me all the numbers and a checklist they always must go through, and it was interesting. One of my dad’s coworkers by the name of Donal Panko showed me some things about the 12-month plan for family law. They also showed me real estate numbers and what land you own when you buy a property, and the last thing they showed me was how they can use this online resource called ISC and how it gives the info they need for a house or a land mass in general.

I really enjoyed the opportunity to come out to Panko Collaborative Law and Mediation and how nice everybody who works there and what I learned.

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