Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Today's Quote: What's Better than a Kindle Fire?

You do not have a traditional legal assistant career path? We are more interested in someone who has an entrepreneurial spirit, great energy, and is not afraid of taking on new challenges! So if you have such qualities and want to work hard, have fun, and make history, please apply! ~ Excerpt from Amazon's ad for a Contract Manager for Kindle

A job as a Kindle Contract Manager in New York! (I love a good exclamation point!)

I'd also like to nominate this language from the ad for best qualification I've seen in a while, and you know I love the paralegal want ads:

React with appropriate urgency to situations and events that require a quick response or turnaround and the ability to take effective action without having to know the total picture
That sounds slightly less fun...

Paralegal Career Dressing: Tuesday's Deal Is Bold Floral at Target

What is today? Is it still Tuesday? I have Paralegalitis so bad today that I think I may have to be retired to that mythical Home for Paralegals. I just made all that up, but I believe it, which is the most important part of the cure...I think.

Sometimes a bright and beautiful scarf is all that stands between you and putting your head down on your desk and crying. Or you can wipe your tears with the edges. Or strangle your boss/co-workers/IT guy/opposing parties/yourself. It's versatile that way :P

Merona Pink Bold Floral Print Scarf ~ $14.99 (Target)

Paralegal Career Dressing: Visible Monday

The terrific style blog Not Dead Yet Style has a neat weekly event called Visible Monday, where style bloggers share an outfit or accessory that makes them "feel more confident, alive and visible that day." Which I will do, too, as soon as I figure out how.

I think my visible accessory was my red tights on Monday. Almost every single person I ran into mentioned them, and generally favorably, too :P (On an unrelated note, it was the worst Monday I've had in a while. It'll require a separate post after I've recovered from it...)

If you're wondering why you're seeing so much of Bucky this week, my supervising attorney keeps coming into my office and posing him. When he tried placing Bucky's hand on his hip on Monday, he complained that Bucky was a cheap piece of crap that didn't work right. I explained that Bucky is actually a moderately pricey, fully-articulated skeleton, and that the reason he wasn't posing right was because my boss was pretty much dislocating Bucky's shoulder.

Target scarf (Christmas gift from Teen); Loft skirt (thrifted); Tahari t-shirt (real old); Red tights (part of a $2.99 twofer from Hamricks); Aigner Mary Janes (Ross Dress for Less); Mossimo grey sweater (not seen because I was over-heating again); Magnetic Fashener
If I wasn't taking my own pictures, I'd know the maker tag on my scarf was showing. On the other hand, Dear Hubby and The Teen don't tell me these things when they take the outfit pics either.

Oh, earrings from a $5.99 Walmart three-pack. Sometimes I forget I'm there to get groceries.
It's like Where's Waldo, except you're looking for the Fashener :)
What's your favorite outfit or accessory to raise your spirits on Mondays?

Sweet iPad App for Paralegals: Allrecipes, Your Kitchen Inspiration

Allrecipes
For the record, I can follow directions cook. My real problem is the inability to think of anything to cook.

Seriously, for a paralegal that has a reputation as a creative problem solver, I'm a dud when it comes to making dinner plans. I'll wander down the grocery store aisles uninspired, stressed out, and leave with the ingredients for grill cheese sandwiches. Again.

But I recently downloaded the free Allrecipes iPad App, and liked it so much that I spent the extra coupla bucks to upgrade to the pro version.

Seriously, all you have to do is select the course, the ingredient(s), the cooking method - and how long you want to cook (for me, as short a time as possible) - and then pictures of recipes within those parameters parade across your iPad screen.

Suddenly, you're seriously hungry, and ready to cook something specific!

With the pro version, you get a recipe box for your faves, and the app makes your shopping list.

For a few bucks more, this app will cook your dinner!

Oh, gosh, I got carried away there, but seriously, Apple, could ya work on this?

This is how great this app is. One teen said she wanted Beef Burgundy because someone brought the dish to French class, and she only got a bite - and I made it! Me, the face of Hamburger Helper, made it from scratch!

Like I said, a sweet app for paralegals.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Former Paralegal Sues State of Connecticut for Unpaid Vacation Time

Whatever you do, don't let this "erroneously accrue."
The moral of this news story might be to not let your vacation time accrue. Take it now.

However, Paula McIlduff, a paralegal who retired from the Connecticut Office of the Claims Commissioner last year after a stellar 26-year career, thought she was helping her short-staffed department by not taking 480 hours of accrued vacation time, which had a value of around $15,000.

The hard-working paralegal wasn't worried about not being compensated, because she had a 2008 letter from the Office of State Comptroller, assuring her she would be compensated for the unused time upon retirement.

McIlduff pointed out to the CT Post that using the vacation time would have resulted in her extended absence from work:

Practical Paralegalism's Recommended Reading this Week

I blog for paralegals and legal professionals to share information they may find helpful for professional development, or simply entertaining during a fast-paced week. Once a week (or less when Life happens - expect less with many projects looming in 2012), I share links to a half dozen or so articles focusing on law practice and technology, professionalism, career dressing on a budget, legal news, and hopefully, a good laugh or two.

I also share the daily minutia of a paralegal and working mom at Practical Paralegalism's Facebook Page and via my Twitter Feed, @ExpertParalegal.

Here are this week's links:

Paralegal Career Dressing: Monday's Deal Is Cropped & Feminine at Target

I think it's hard to beat Target's sales for beautiful cardigans to re-mix with your career basics. Even though this one is technically for juniors, sometimes you need the shorter, cropped cardigans, especially for dresses and full skirts. I think this one wants to be my 49th birthday prezzie...

Mossimo Supply Co Juniors Cropped Feminine Cardigan ~ $17.99

Paralegal Career Dressing: It's a Wrap Again

When I've mentioned wearing wrap dresses to work in the past, occasionally a reader will tell me these dresses feel a little too clingy or revealing for a conservative office. Actually, I feel the same, and almost donated a couple of wrap dresses I wasn't wearing very often. But inspired by other style bloggers, I decided to give this London Times wrap dress another shot, partly because of the unseasonably warm winter we've been cautiously enjoying (I know we're gonna pay for this with a March blizzard).

The secret to comfortably wearing a slinky wrap dress to a law office? Layering with a cardigan or jacket, and using a Fashener, http://www.fasheners.com/, at the neck line to make sure there are no unseemly surprise displays. I used a tiny black one which blended right into the pattern of the dress.


London Times wrap dress (long time ago but under $25 because I had weird personal price limit set :p); MODA cardigan (Victoria's Secret clearance); Wide belt (probably Ross Dress for Less cheap); Aigner Mary Janes (Ross Dress for Less @$16); Hoops (old); Tights (Target)
None of the paper on the shelves behind me is actually used, because we've been scanning everything for years. We just haven't had the time to clean off the shelves. I smell a project for a summer intern...
I read some style photo advice that said not to look into the camera, but I simply look lost :P
Really clueless. What did you say my name was again?

Are you comfortable wearing wrap dresses to law firms, legal departments, and other types of conservative offices?

Paralegal Career Dressing: Can't Tie a Bow? Use a Fashener

You know I love my bow tie blouses. But for some reason, I'm all thumbs trying to make pretty bows - on anything - including little girls' hair, holiday packages, and my own blouses. For this outfit, one of Mina's magnetic Fasheners, http://www.etsy.com/shop/fasheners, saved the day.

George cardigan (Walmart); Ralph Lauren slacks (thrifted @$11); Bow-tie blouse (Gap clearance); Booties (Ross Dress for Less @$14); Belt (Rugged Wearhouse @$4); Black onyx magnetic Fashener; Earrings (so old I've forgotten)
The Fashener saves the day.
Black Onyx Magnetic Fashener ~ $13.75
P.S. This not a sponsored post. I did review Fasheners last year, and liked them so much I bought them for Christmas gifts for my co-workers, and purchased a few more for me.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Was It Worth It, Bonnie?

I suspect all of you know who Bonnie Sweeten is, i.e. pretty much the most infamous former paralegal in America, if not the world, recently sentenced to prison for multiple crimes.

What did she do?

What didn't she do?

Steal over a million dollars during a five-year period from law firm clients, co-workers, and even an elderly relative's retirement account?

Check.

Lie to her second husband about graduating from law school, and let him throw a party to celebrate?

Check.

Pose as an attorney, her boss actually, at a real estate closing?

Check.

Submit a false kidnapping report to local police, going so far to say she and her 9-year old daughter were in the trunk of two African Americans' car, when she was really on a flight to Disney World?

Check.

What motivated all this? According to her defense attorney, dependency on migraine medication, and the desire for expensive repeat in-vitro fertilization treatments.

According to prosecutors, plain ol' desire for a pricey home, cars, and vacations.

Well, I guess she did get sort of a vacation, if you think 100 months in federal prison is getting away from it all.

The irony of her claim that she wanted to be a mom again, is that she won't be able to mother her children much from federal prison. In addition to the loss of her paralegal career - or any career that requires a background check, her reputation, her freedom, and her spouse, she's lost most of her children's childhood.

Was it worth it, Bonnie?

Sources:  Philly.com; CBS News

Let's Give a High Five to Paralegals Making Good News!

Okay, this one was cuter than peeps high-fiving :P
Arizona legal assistant Jessica Lanum's employer, Jacoby & Meyers Law Offices, nominated her for the Arizona Daily Star's list of outstanding employees that helped their companies excel in 2011. Described as willing to go the extra mile, intelligent, hard-working, and loyal, it's also extremely cool that her supervising attorneys publicized how valuable she is to the firm.

California paralegal Barbara Liss wrote an editorial to the Santa Barbara Independent, opposing a county ordinance that would harm mobile home residents. Kudos to Barbara for speaking up!

Colorado paralegal RoxAnn Mack is featured in the Longmont Daily Times-Call for her impressive record of pro bono and community service. Winner of the 2011 CBA Pro Bono Paralegal of the Year Award, RoxAnn represents the best of the profession.

Florida legal assistant Preston Kuhlman got a new three-bedroom home through Habitat for Humanity. He contributed over 500 hours of sweat equity to qualify for the purchase. After 16 years of living in a mobile home, he is thrilled to make the move and appreciative of the organization's work to make it happen. Congratulations, Preston!

South Carolina paralegals employed by Collins & Lacy, P.C. were the subject of a proud press release from the firm, announcing their leadership roles in 2012: Barbara Spearman, President of the South Carolina Upstate Paralegal Association; Daysha Bonner, Co-Chair of the Pro Bono Committe for the South Carolina Upstate Paralegal Association; Vickie Baker, First Vice President and Eduction Chairman of the Palmetto Paralegal Association; Cyndi Miller, Chair of Ways & Means Committee of the Palmetto Paralegal Association; Kelly Spinks, Chair of the Employment Information Committee of the Palmetto Paralegal Association; and Roshel Tuska, Secretary of the Palmetto Paralegal Association. It's great to see a law firm sharing the news of its legal staffers' accomplishments and service to the legal profession.

Texas paralegals, Elle Glenn and Misty Hardy, employed at Hughes Watters Askanase, were certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization (TBLS) in real estate law. Only 15 paralegals have achieved the certification to date. Way to go!

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Paralegal Career Dressing: More Thrifted & Gifted

The Teen gave me another Merona cardigan for Christmas. To be honest, I think I'm most comfortable wearing cardigans. They make getting dressed for work super-easy.

I almost didn't get any pics for this outfit, because the wind was blowing like crazy. I was glad I went with trouser jeans that day, because I ended up starting a client meeting while my supervising attorney was on her way back from court. That's one reason business casual in a law firm should err on the conservative side; you never know who you'll end up seeing that day.

Merona cardigan (Target - gift); Kenneth Cole trouser jeans (thrifted @$9); Ribbon cami (Rugged Wearhouse @$3); Bow flats (Ross Dress for Less @$14); Earrings (Steinmart); Belt (swiped from a dress)
Most of the pics turned like this - messy :)
That didn't help either.
What's your favorite source for cardigans?

Friday, January 27, 2012

Paralegal Career Dressing: I Get Some Fish for My Office

Over the last decade, I've happily walked my neighbor's dog when he was out of town, and greatly admired a huge poster he had hanging in his front hall of "The Goldfish" by Matisse (usually hanging in Moscow if you want to see the original!)

This week he gave it to me, saying it didn't go with his new paint scheme. I offered to pay for it, but he said it was a yard sale find and slightly warped. Which I can totally relate to.

Fish for my office! Grey Slacks (Loft clearance); Cardigan (Overstock I think); Turtleneck (Ross Dress for Less $9.99); Mary Janes (Hamricks); Hoops (Steinmart)
T-shirt fabric makes for a very comfortable day.
It's all in the details and fake diamond hoops.
Associate Lauren Weinstein and I whip out the iPads at a firm meeting.
Now that's art: dual monitors and Matisse.
What kind of pictures do you like to hang in your office space?

TGIF: More Fun with Legal Ethics

Enjoy this video excerpt from Sean Carter's presentation "10 Commandments of Legal Ethics." Sean was a terrific guest on the most recent Paralegal Voice podcast, "A Fun Dose of Paralegal Ethics".


Enjoy your weekend away from all those irresistible lawyers :P

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Paralegal Career Dressing: Thursday's Deals Keep You Warm at jcpenney

Jcpenney announced a radical new marketing strategy this week, slashing its prices up to 40% year round, saving its customers the inconvenience of waiting until strategic sales to shop. I've bought a few separates for work from jcpenney over the years, and am looking forward to seeing how its new marketing and retail plan works.

This is a great time of year to shop for outerwear to mix with your basics, so I did a little window shopping at jcpenney.

Relieve the winter blahs with this Two Button Jacket ~ $35 (jcpenney)
Cure this winter blues with this Pick-Stitch Blazer ~ $40 (jcpenney)
Stay warm in this striped shawl collar cardigan ~ $35 (jcpenney)
Get the scoop in this MNG cardi ~ $40 (jcpenney)
Stay in touch with your classic roots in this jackquard cardigan ~ $25 (jcpenney)

Legal Professional Profile: Donna Vangury, Certified Legal Document Preparer

Donna Vangury
Job Title: Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparer
 
Employer: Dovan Associates, Inc., http://www.dovanassociates.com/

Years of Paralegal Experience: 17

Education/Degrees: Bachelor of Science in Business Management, with minor in Psychology, Associate of Arts in General Business with emphasis in Paralegal.

Specialty Areas: Family Law, Bankruptcy, Civil  Actions, Estate Planning, Probate, LLC and Corporations. 

Career Highlight: Saving a child from an abusive parent.

Future Professional Goal: To expand our office and continue my education in Law.

Paralegal Practice Tip: To be organized and take notes! 

Paralegal Career Dressing: I'm Good with Used Clothes

When The Teen got in the car after school, she relayed a conversation she'd had about finding expensive designer labels in thrift stores. A friend from a family that has way more money than we do announced she only shops in the designer stores and wouldn't be caught dead wearing anybody else's clothes. She was all, "EWWW (insert squeal) GROSSSSS!"

I guess I can see why used clothes would bother some people, but I've always loved a good hand-me-down from peeps whose style choices I admire.

And I really like this $4 sweater I scored at a thrift store, which looks enough like really expensive ones I ogled online to satisfy me.

New York & Co Sweater (thrifted); No-iron shirt (Banana Republic on sale @$11); Herringbone pencil skirt (Target @$20); Tights (Walmart); Boots (Rack Room BOGO years ago); Belt (Ross Dress for Less); Brooches (family antiques); Earrings (I forgot)
It's not that pink, and it's really, really soft.
Diamonds. Not.
Pink, pink, pink.
Do you like wearing hand-me-downs and shopping in thrift stores, or is that too gross to contemplate?

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Paralegal Career Dressing: Wednesday's Deal Is Super Soft at Gap

As I drove home from work today, I got kind of stuck (again) on why catalog and make-up models don't look like real women, or even like they're legal drinking-age, and yet real woman still buy clothes and make-up from companies that seem to make us want to feel bad for being legal drinking-age, or even way past it. And you know, for having had a few drinks, a few laughs, a few pounds, a few wrinkles, and more or less, a real life.

There's not much I can do about it except lop the models' heads off when I feature reasonably priced career clothing. But I left this model's head on because I'd actually wear this entire outfit to the office, she is very lovely even if she might not be old enough to vote, and you can't have too many supersoft crewneck Ts to mix and re-mix with everything you own.

Supersoft crewneck T $7.99 - $14.99, depending on color (Gap)

Paralegal Career Dressing: Move Over, Kermit

I don't know why I ordered green tights from We Love Colors, http://www.welovecolors.com/. I don't actually have many green clothes. But I've always liked frogs.

Also, this whole self-photography thing is wonderfully challenging, but totally hit and miss for newbies, like me. But I'll get better, I swear. (Sing softly in your best Kermit voice, "Someday we'll find it, the rainbow connection. The lovers, the dreamers, and me.")

Cardigan (Ann Taylor); Adrienne Vittadini sheath (Steinmart clearance @$16); Candie's Mary Janes (Kohl's clearance); Tights (We Love Colors); Multiple necklaces
If I tell you how old the cardigan is, I'll have to kill you. Okay, at least 25 years old. Seriously, I treat the ribbon embroidery like it's the family silver. Probably because I don't have any family silver.

Skulking around in the bushes at work.
I'm thinkin' elementary school recess...
Plus, it's freakin' freezin' out here. Okay, it was 60 degrees. Style bloggin' is not for wimps like me.
I did get a lot of compliments on the multiple small necklaces, which were totally inspired by a picture of Johnny Depp I saw in a People Magazine the night before I wore this. No one rocks a three-piece suit and multiple pendants like Johnny.

I'm a fool for flowers and Johnny.
What's the oldest article of clothing you own that you've still got in rotation in your career wardrobe?

I'm a Paralegal, and I'm Here All Week

That's a stamp, whippersnappers.
In the last year, my areas of specialization and legal support duties have expanded to include immigration, federal criminal, and Social Security disability cases, which I love, except for the communication with federal agencies part.

More accurately, the attempt to communicate with federal agencies part.

In order not to end up on any government, er, hit lists, let us just say that none of these agencies is overly fond o' the email, the electronic data, or giving out direct contact information in any way, shape, or form, period, end of statement.

Shoot, I'm not even sure they're too keen on publishing real telephone numbers.

All contact should be in writing, on bond paper, hole-punched, not directed to a recipient with an actual name or job title, and preferably delivered via Pony Express.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Paralegal Career Dressing: It's Hard to Mess Up a Black Turtleneck

I thought about titling this post, "Look, Ma, it only took me 35 years to figure out you can wear a dress more than one way!" Seriously, I never wore my sheath dresses over shirts until I started reading career style blogs. In the past, if I was really flinging caution to the wind, I might wear a different cardi over it.

Also, I want to be honest about what motivates my style choices sometimes, bein' as I'm almost 50 years old, and cannot do things I used to when I was a young whippersnapper in the 80s, with big hair, blue eyeshadow, giant shoulder pads, and plastic stilettos. Like wear high heels well. Sometimes I fall off them, get scared, and go flat for a few days. Then it's back on the heels again. Until I fall off them the next time.

Calvin Klein sheath (Marshalls clearance); Turtleneck (Target @$13); Slouch boots (Target); Tights (Target); Chain (Burlington Coat probs)

I wear this chain all the time because it goes with everything, and I don't have to think about it.
Re-visiting old times, I wore this dress in one of the first few pictures of myself I was willing to post in April 2011. I was 20 pounds heavier, and this dress still fits! I think it's made of Willie Wonka fabric.

I just realized I miss my long hair intensely.

Did I make a mistake cutting it all off? Do you ever regret a major haircut - months after you did it?

Paralegal Career Dressing: Jackets from Charlotte Russe

After seeing my supervising attorney's new jacket from Charlotte Russe, I thought I should give the store another look from a career dressing perspective. Yes, I've been in the local store a few times with The Teen, but didn't look at clothes for work, well, because it's very geared to young skinny women who can get away with super-short skirts and miniscule strips of stretchy fabric, not women approaching 50 who work in law firms.

But I found a few jackets in Charlotte Russe's online store that would be great for office wear or business casual.

Contrast Piping Belted Trench ~ $39.99 (Definitely don't wear a skirt to work as short as the model's)
Radiant in Red Blazer ~ $39.99 (Great pop of color. Style with a modest tank & pencil skirt or slacks, or over a sheath or print dress)
Ruffled knit moto jacket ~ $34.99 (I tried to crop the stretch skirt off. This would be beautiful with a pencil skirt or slacks.)

Paralegal Career Dressing: Charlotte Russe in the Courtroom

One of my supervising attorneys, Helen Parsonage, recently featured in The Xemplar, and also made a partner of our firm, almost always has to be dressed for a variety of court appearances, and manages to do it with great style and elegance - and on a budget. She's wonderful to work for, in no small part because she was a paralegal herself for eight years before becoming a lawyer.

When I saw her in this coat, I begged to photograph her for Practical Paralegalism (in truth, most of my co-workers run and hide when they see my camera, or hope I'll forget I asked, which I never do). She saw the coat at a university holiday party, and was surprised to find it came from Charlotte Russe, normally a mecca of trendy, inexpensive clothes for juniors. She scored it for $20, a great deal for a versatile piece.

Coat (Charlotte Russe); Skirt (Spiegel clearance); Blouse (hand-me-down); Shoes (Rack Room BOGO while buying kids' shoes)
This is also a great coat for the horrible wet and windy weather we've been enjoying for months.

Helen's style is simple and elegant, and usually features a key focal piece such as a jacket - with great shoes.

Helen also has the best collection of designer shoes I've ever seen. Her shoes could have their own Tumblr blog. I've asked her to write a guest post about shopping for shoes on eBay, because she finds the best deals.

We wear the same size, but haven't fought over shoes in thrift stores - yet.

Have you scored any great work wear from traditionally junior-oriented stores?

Monday, January 23, 2012

Forbes Says Paralegals among Highest Paying Two-Year Degree Jobs in U.S.

I know many of my readers are students enrolled in paralegal programs, some hoping to start second or third careers. It's encouraging to see Forbes, a leading business publication, include paralegals among the highest paying two-year degree jobs in the United States, along with nurses, x-ray technicians, dental hygienists, computer support specialists, solar panel consultants and installers, hospitality workers - and funeral directors.

But the article might be a little misleading for paralegal wannabes that haven't done their homework. Yes, many experienced paralegals can and do earn more than $40,000 a year, depending on where they live, who they work for, and what specialty areas they are trained in.

However, some experienced paralegals don't make $40,000 or more a year, usually those located in rural or more depressed economic areas, and/or those that work for solos or small firms.

And very few brand new paralegals make $40,000 or more a year, unless they are extremely lucky, or bring unique transferable skills to specialized positions.

Finally, none of those paralegal positions paying $40,000 or more a year are easy to get, especially in this economy. For every job posted, even those paying $25,000 a year, there are usually a number of experienced applicants, and perhaps even a few unemployed attorneys, vying for a chance at an interview.

Being a paralegal is a great career, but it takes a lot of determination and hard work to get to the point where you can command an annual salary of $40,000 or more a year.

Source:  Forbes

New Paralegal Voice Podcast: A Fun Dose of Paralegal Ethics

The latest edition of The Paralegal Voice, “A Fun Dose of Paralegal Ethics co-hosted by Vicki Voisin and me, is now available at Legal Talk Network.
Sean Carter
Can paralegal ethics be fun? On this podcast, lawyer/humorist Sean Carter, founder of Lawpsided Seminars, shares his comedic approach to legal education, the biggest challenges for legal staffers today, and his thoughts on his popular talk, "Thou Shalt Not Lie, Cheat and Steal: The 10 Commandments of Legal Ethics".
Also in this episode:
  1. Why Sean became a lawyer
  2. How he became a popular legal humorist
  3. How paralegals can find greater job satisfaction
  4. Dealing with difficult supervising attorneys and colleagues
  5. How to avoid ethical breaches when talking about your job
  6. How to stay abreast of new practice and technology skills
  7. Keeping yourself together mentally and physically
  8. Vicki’s practice tip and Lynne’s social media/technology tip
Internet resources and links mentioned during the podcast:

  1. Lawpsided Seminars, http://www.lawhumorist.com/
  2. Sean’s YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YX30lk-psg
  3. Sean’s Twitter feed, https://twitter.com/lawhumorist
  4. Sean’s Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/lawhumorist
  5. Sean’s LinkedIn profile, http://www.linkedin.com/pub/sean-carter/b/a9/b34
  6. Sean Carter on Arizona’s Immigration Law (YouTube), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jf-_1NsdoS0
The Paralegal Voice also thanks its sponsors: Redact-It, Clio, and NALA...The Association of Paralegals and Legal Assistants.
Please share the links to this episode of The Paralegal Voice with your friends and colleagues. If you have a request for a future show, or a question for us, you are welcome to contact us at TheParalegalVoice@gmail.com.
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