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Rita Tran

Senior International Paralegal

“Working at the firm has taught me how to push my limits further and how to be a team player.”

What were the initial difficulties of adjusting to life in Japan?

There were no difficulties at all, except sometimes I had difficulties using subway/train and got lost. But everything gets easier when I start using Google Maps.

How would you describe your co-workers during your initial time at work?

They are friendly, smart, hard-working, and very supportive.

Do you feel like you're having an impact directly on the clients that you work for?

Certainly! Every letter I prepare and send out, it's not only having an impact on the clients but also having an impact on the company's image. Our clients choose us and trust in our quality, which encourage me to work harder and gain more trust from the clients. It's always a pleasure to receive positive feedback from our clients.

What are the challenging or difficult aspects of your work?

When I first started, it was hard to concentrate because of the long working hours, but now I get used to it. Another challenge is to have "Speed and Quality" at the same time, there are many cases every day and I always try my best to stay focused, fit in a fast-paced environment, produce good work and be supportive to my teammates.

What was the most pleasant surprise you experienced at work?

The firm has organized many interesting/cultural activities like Hanabi, Hanami, Christmas Party, etc.

What is the most important thing that working at the firm has taught you about yourself?

Working at the firm has taught me how to push my limits further and how to be a team player.

What is the best thing about being a part of a global team

I learn more about cultures, it's always good to listen to people from a different culture, to understand how they think, get to know their different perspectives that I may have never seen before.

What have been your 3 fondest leisure experiences in Japan?

1. Nature! Wherever places I visit in Japan, I can see humans and nature live together in sustainability.
2. Ancient Beauty! I'm so in love with Japan's ancient cities, historical buildings, and traditional activities.
3. Culture! I really love how people in Japan protect their culture and preserve it through generations

When I am not at work, I am ...

exploring Japan and their cultures in different areas.

What one piece of advice you would offer to potential new colleagues?

When you are having a hard time, don't give up, don't forget the reason why you started. Be patient and open to learn, you will do well.

What three words describe the Firm best? First in English, then in your mother tongue?

Efficient, Professional, Dedicated - Hiệu Quả, Chuyên Nghiệp, Tận Tâm.

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