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Church’s lunch group an example of diversity of all types

Enjoying lunch with my co-workers, I have often silently contemplated the diversities we all represent. My lunch time companions are receptionists, paralegals, investigators, attorneys and negotiators. They are individuals born in North Carolina, Georgia, Mexico, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, West Virginia, Florida, South Carolina, Virginia, New York and Nicaragua.

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Lessons learned: NC convention roundup

By Camille Stell, Special to CPN June is the month of conventions for many of North Carolina’s bar associations. This is a time of leadership change as well as to celebrate the relationships attorneys share and recognize their accomplishments. The ...

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My work style or yours?

By Camille Stell, Special to CPN The Guilford Paralegal Association had a seminar on the first Saturday in May with over 100 paralegals in attendance. I was impressed with the dedication of the professionals who would give up a Saturday ...

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Updated legal handbook is a vital resource

By Annette Church, Special to CPN The North Carolina Attorney’s/ Paralegal’s/Secretary’s Handbook is an essential resource for each group listed in its title. I know attorneys and paralegals who treasure their copies. Now in its 16th edition, this reference book ...

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‘Doing your duty’ is not enough to achieve self-mastery

By Cheryl Leone and Dave Favor, Special to CPN This article focuses on the second stage of self-mastery – the duty paradigm. As we exit the fear paradigm and enter duty, we are attempting to gain control and exit the ...

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