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When life hands you a lemon

On a recent steamy Sunday afternoon, Stephanie Elliott was unpacking her luggage after a week at the beach. She had been home for 24 hours and in the past she would have already been unpacked, with laundry washed, car scrubbed and vacuumed, house cleaned, groceries purchased and put away, and preparations for a new work week well underway.

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How to get the most out of your networking

For tips on effective networking, Carolina Paralegal News turned to Christina Koch, a litigation paralegal and trial practice specialist with Inserra & Kelley of Omaha, Neb.; Lois Belle, a paralegal with Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice in Greenville, S.C.; and ...

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Networking know-how

The most successful paralegals are those who understand that networking doesn’t stop after they’ve gotten the job Lauri Oliver was impressed. After an entire afternoon spent at a career fair talking to paralegals about their professional prospects, she recalled a few job ...

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Stell joins Lawyers Mutual

Camille Stell has been named vice president of client services at Lawyers Mutual.  She previously was director of client services until March 15, when the company’s board of directors confirmed her new appointment. “Lawyers Mutual is very lucky to have ...

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Giving back

Paralegals transform their lives and the lives of others through charity work Karen Hall is a hardworking paralegal in a law firm on Main Street in Greenville, S.C.  She is also a wife and mother working hard to help provide for ...

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The Making of Leaders

Long relegated to support roles, paralegals today learn leadership skills through their professional associations Deborah Reynolds laughs as she perches on the brink of her second term as president of the Legal Staff Professionals of South Carolina. “I guess you could say ...

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