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Jeana Bondi Paralegal St. Louis

Jeana Bondi
Director of Administration
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(314) 454-9100 ext. 100
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Jeana’s Practice Areas

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Who is Jeana Bondi?

Jeana is responsible for managing corporate and litigation administrative matters, such as corporate governance, case strategy, depositions, and discovery responses.  She supports all aspects of the firm’s administration, including  office management, billing, client interactions and document preparation.

Jeana has extensive experience as a paralegal, legal secretary and billing coordinator.  She received her Associates of Arts and Paralegal Certificate, an ABA approved program, from Coastline Community College.

Jeana has been married to her husband Steve for more than twenty years and have two children. In her free time, Jeana is a running and hiking enthusiast.

  • Paralegal Certificate
  • Associates Degree; Coastline Community College

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