New Direction Family Law Hires New Director of Public Relations

 
 
Jen Bordeaux New Direction Family Law
Jen Bordeaux New Direction Family Law
RALEIGH, N.C. - June 16, 2016 - PRLog -- Elizabeth Stephenson, owner of New Direction Family Law, is pleased to announce that Jen Bordeaux is joining the firm as Director of Public Relations. She will be responsible for developing and coordinating marketing strategies and coordinating events and workshops for the firm. She will also be developing community involvement and outreach programs.

Jen has a strong background in criminal justice, juvenile justice, and domestic violence. She has a Master's degree in Criminal Justice from East Carolina University. She is a former adjunct instructor at East Carolina University and is a former paralegal. Ms. Stephenson, who worked with Jen at a former firm, believes that Jen is the perfect fit for New Direction Family Law. Jen understands the underlying tenet of this firm: empowering people going through difficult situations such as divorce and domestic abuse to make powerful changes. Her skills and passion for helping people are invaluable to this firm.

New Direction Family Law focuses on family law, specializing in helping people going through separation, divorce, and domestic violence (https://newdirectionfamilylaw.com/our-services/). The firm helps its clients navigate these difficult, life-changing situations with personalized counsel and vigorous representation. Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, the firm represents clients in nine counties in the area.

For more information, go to https://newdirectionfamilylaw.com.

Contact
Jen Bordeaux
Director of Public Relations
jennifer@newdirectionfamilylaw.com
(919) 719-3470
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Tags:Family Law, Divorce, Domestic Violence
Industry:Legal
Location:Raleigh - North Carolina - United States
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