Conni Hebert, an advanced certified paralegal, brings more than 20 years of experience as a paralegal to her work with...
Carl H. Morrison, PP-SC, AACP, is a certified paralegal with a specialty in civil litigation where he concentrates in...
Translated into Latin, pro bono means “for the public good.” Pro bono work is a way for lawyers and paralegals to give back to their communities but is by no means a requirement for legal professionals. In this episode of the Paralegal Voice, host Carl Morrison talks to Conni Herbert about why paralegals should be investing their time in pro bono work and the importance of finding pro bono activities that empassion and engage you. They also discuss the fine line between volunteering your services and the unauthorized practice of law.
Conni Hebert is a paralegal at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck and currently serves as the chair of the State Bar of Nevada Paralegal Division and is the NALA Liaison to the Las Vegas Valley Paralegal Association.
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Conni Herbert discusses why paralegals should be investing their time in pro bono work and the importance of finding pro bono activities that empassion...
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In this bittersweet episode of the Paralegal Voice, Vicki Voisin hands the hosting reigns over to Carl Morrison.
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Julia Dunlap, president of the American Association for Paralegal Education (AAfPE), talks about paralegal education
In this podcast, why networking is so important for lawyers and what they can do to improve their professional social skills.