Professor Toni Marsh, JD, is the founding director of the George Washington University paralegal studies program and an associate professor of Paralegal Studies.
Marsh is the author of “Juvenile Law,” and designed and launched the first formal paralegal education program in the nation of Tanzania at the University of Bagamoyo. Her groundbreaking curriculum is now used throughout the nation of Tanzania. Marsh also designed and launched the Paralegal Studies program at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte.
Marsh presents on paralegals and access to justice, expanding paralegal roles, the unauthorized practice of law, and paralegals in tribal communities in the U.S., Ecuador, and Tanzania. She is a graduate of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and earned her bachelor’s degree in English at Cleveland State University. Contact her at [email protected]
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