Carl H. Morrison, ACP, RP, PP, AACP, is an experienced certified paralegal and paralegal manager and has been in the legal industry for over two decades. He is the award-winning podcast host for The Paralegal Voice (2018 ABA Journal Web 100 Best Law Podcast) and loves to share his passion and dedication to the legal industry with his listeners, students and anyone willing to listen! He is a published author for nationally recognized legal professional and award-winning magazines such as Facts & Findings, @Law, Paralegal Management and Paralegal Today, as well as contributing author for an educational textbook, Advanced Manual for the Legal Professional, 13th Edition. His honors include receiving the Tulsa County Bar Association President’s Award in 2012 for his dedication to the paralegal section, the Tulsa Business & Legal News 2013 Power Attorney & Legal Professional award, the 2013 Tulsa County Bar Association’s Paralegal of the Year Award and the 2015 Tulsa Community College Adjunct Professor of the Year award for the Paralegal Studies program.
An active member of NALA, as well as NALA affiliates, Las Vegas Valley Paralegal Association and State Bar of Nevada Paralegal Division, Carl is passionate about educating and mentoring future paralegal professionals. Since 2012, he has provided superior instruction of paralegal students as adjunct paralegal studies professor for ABA-approved paralegal studies programs in Tulsa, Oklahoma and in Las Vegas, Nevada. Carl also serves as an ABA Paralegal Education Approval Commission Site Team Representative, examining paralegal programs in depth.
Lawyer Drew Downing explains how those injured by vaccines can file claims with the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.
Master Sgt. Albert Perez Oyola details career paths and, for some, intense assignment twists for those trained as military paralegals.
Host Carl Morrison shows how paralegals can integrate process improvement techniques in their day-to-day work.
When it comes to social media, legal professionals should tread carefully, but actively engage friends, clients and peers in these new spaces.
Anne Geraghty-Rathert discusses the mission of the WILLOW Project and prevalent issues in women’s wrongful convictions.
Carl Morrison, Jill Francisco, and Brian Moore discuss the exciting experience in store at NALA’s virtual conference.
Nicole Clark explains AI basics and how it can help paralegals work with greater efficiency.
Carl Morrison shares remote work tips and his perspective on the ABA’s changes to the definition of a paralegal.
Carl Morrison shares highlights from 2019 interviews on the Paralegal Voice.
Keith Shannon offers guidance for paralegal professionals on the importance of diligent compliance with ethical standards.
Candess Zona-Mendola shares insights from her book, “The Indispensable Paralegal: Your Guide to Getting It All Done.”
NALA vice president Melissa Hamilton and conference first-timer Sherron Brightharp talk about the conference experience and its offerings for attendees.
Vicki Kunz shares about the innovative opportunities arising in the paralegal industry.
NALA CEO and Executive Director Greta Zeimetz discusses NALA’s strengths and the challenges it will face in the coming years.
Kelly LaGrave shares the importance of paralegal certification and suggests study tools for the exam.
Ken & Anna Buchner give insights into the area of motor vehicle accident recording and reconstruction.
Jeffrey Wolff of ZyLAB talks about the growing impacts of eDiscovery on the law and the tech solutions that empower lawyers and paralegals.
Join host Carl Morrison as he recaps his first day at the 2019 NALA Conference & Expo and teases the great content to come.
In this Mix Bag episode, Carl covers news from the Supreme Court, Crisis Management Plans, and presents his Corporate HR Guide to the Paralegal Profession.
NALA president Jill Francisco talks abut why NALA is a valuable resource to paralegals and what obstacles NALA and the paralegal community will face in the coming years.
Maddy Martin talks about the impact of automation in the legal profession and how it affects paralegals.
Erin Levine talks about the important roles paralegals play in legal product development and client interaction.
Sandy Lavender, office manager for Clark Hill PLC, talks about recruitment strategies for paralegals and legal support professionals.
Have you considered what goals may help you grow as a professional paralegal? In this episode of the Paralegal Voice, host Carl Morrison reflects on 2018, noting successes and discussing the importance of setting new goals for 2019. Carl challenges his listeners to get outside their comfort zone and set at least one professional goal...
Carl Morrison shares his top ten tips on law office management.
Tisha Delgado talks about how eFiling works.
The magic of paralegal conferences is that you can learn new things about your profession and make connections that you couldn’t have otherwise, all while actually having fun. In this episode of the Paralegal Voice, host Carl Morrison talks to Lauren Rentz and Tara Hughes about their experiences of the NALS 67th Annual Education and...
Linda McGrath-Cruz talks about how to get the most out of paralegal conference networking.
April Ferguson explains trial consultants and why they are important roles to play in the courtroom.
Carl Morrison gives his management tips and tricks, current association trends, and his predictions for the future of the paralegal profession.
Lisa Stone talks about paralegal representation in pop culture, whether it’s accurate, and where it could improve.
Lisa Vessels tells all about leadership skills as a paralegal and gives tips on how to improve these skills to the future.
Andrea Grabow talks about her experience as a government employee, what law firm knowledge has prepared her for her current position, and the challenges she faced transitioning from law firm to government.
Patrick Palace talks about what LLLTs are and how they provide access to justice in a unique and powerful way.
Lisa Myers discusses her experience as a paralegal educator and why it’s vital for aspiring paralegals to obtain a solid educational foundation.
Conni Herbert discusses why paralegals should be investing their time in pro bono work and the importance of finding pro bono activities that empassion you.
In this bittersweet episode of the Paralegal Voice, Vicki Voisin hands the hosting reigns over to Carl Morrison.
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