On this edition of The Paralegal Voice, co-hosts Lynne DeVenny and Vicki Voisin welcome Sue Ann Jaffarian, a paralegal for Hooper, Lundy & Bookman in Los Angeles, and author of the best-selling Odelia Grey mysteries. Sue Ann talks about balancing dual careers as a very busy corporate paralegal and successful fiction writer; her “large and...
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|Published:||November 23, 2010|
The Paralegal Voice provides career-success tips for paralegals of any experience level.
Carl Morrison and Tom Stephenson detail the myriad ways paralegals can leverage their skills in the growing field of legal operations.
Given how fast the paralegal field is growing, it’s no wonder NALA expects record meeting attendance. CEO Vanessa Finley offers a preview.
William Murphy explains why so many companies and law firms get it wrong when implementing diversity, equity and inclusion programs.
Educator and trainer Amy Johnson shows how simple changes in work habits can save time, increase productivity, and add value to a legal team.
Carl Morrison reviews the changing paralegal certification landscape as states weigh and test limited licenses to expand access to justice.
Partner Marc Williams recaps the rapid litigation transition from in-person to virtual and what he expects will be the new normal.