Lynda Pixley was born in upstate New York and raised in Ontario, N.Y., on the banks of Lake Ontario. She graduated from Wayne Central High School with a New York State Regent’s degree in math and science. With a keen ...Read More »
Kelly A. Farrow is the assistant director to the board of paralegal certification with the North Carolina State Bar. Farrow coordinates and manages paralegal certification and education programs for certified paralegals. She worked as an intellectual property paralegal for 10 years before joining the North Carolina State Bar in 2012.Read More »
Stephanie Crosby grew up in Pensacola, Fla., and has lived in North Carolina for the past two decades. She has been a paralegal at Ward and Smith, P.A., in New Bern for almost the same length of time. For the last nine years, she has served as the paralegal coordinator for the firm’s business section and, as of January of this year, she also became the paralegal coordinator for the intellectual property section.Read More »
Camilla Pitman has served as the city clerk of the City of Greenville, S.C. since 2007. She has been a city employee since 1995 and previously served as legal office coordinator for the city attorney’s office and as clerk of court for Greenville Municipal Court.Read More »
Roshel Tuska, a Wisconsin native, moved to South Carolina in 2010. She earned her associate degree in the paralegal program at Milwaukee Area Technical College in 2000 and earned her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2007. Tuska has worked as a paralegal for the past 12 years in medical malpractice, workers’ compensation and insurance defense. Since coming to South Carolina, she has been a senior paralegal in civil litigation for Collins & Lacy. She currently serves as secretary of the Palmetto Paralegal Association.Read More »
Barbara Galerno Spearman earned her paralegal certificate in 1995 and has been employed as a senior paralegal in civil litigation in the Greenville office of Collins & Lacy since 2008. She has twice been named Paralegal of the Year by the South Carolina Upstate Paralegal Association and currently serves as its president. A native of Florida, Spearman moved to South Carolina in 1977.Read More »
Victoria Townley is an estate administration paralegal at Roberts & Stevens, P.A., in Asheville, N.C. She is actively involved with the Asheville Area Paralegal Association. When not working at the office or with the AAPA, she can be found hiking in the beautiful western North Carolina mountains.
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Q&A: Kirsten Carlos Kirsten Carlos received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Indiana University in 1993. She completed the Meredith College Paralegal Program in 2004 and became a NALA certified paralegal in 2006 and a North Carolina State Bar Certified Paralegal ...
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Dale Scaglione is a paralegal with Bruner, Powell, Wall & Mullins LLC in Columbia, S.C. She graduated from Upsala College with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and took courses in English and technical writing at North Carolina State University. She earned her paralegal certificate from Midlands Technical College. Before becoming a paralegal, Scaglione worked as a legal assistant for seven years and was a teacher for three years in Mexico and the U.S.Read More »
Tammie Pope is a senior paralegal with Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP in Columbia, S.C. She graduated from Erskine College with a bachelor’s degree in English and attended the National Center for Paralegal Training in Atlanta. Pope has been with Nelson Mullins since 1990, with the exception of three years working for the firm of Fairey, Parise & Mills.Read More »
Westbrook has been a real estate paralegal with Elizabeth R. Harrison, Attorney at Law, PC, since graduating from Meredith’s Paralegal Program in 2006. Prior to attending Meredith, she worked as an accounting clerk for a law firm. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Campbell University in 2002. She is a member of Mid-Way Baptist Church in Raleigh, where she is active in missions and the children’s ministry. Westbrook lives in Clayton, North Carolina, with her pets Jasmine, Bell and Brown.Read More »
Natalie Butrym is a senior paralegal with Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, L.L.P. in Columbia. She has extensive experience in complex product liability litigation, drug and device litigation, and technology litigation, including litigation over the performance of computer software, trade secrets and unfair trade practices. She is presently working with David Dukes handling hormone therapy litigation and with Michael Hogue handling asbestos litigation. She also serves as a paralegal coordinator for the Litigation Department in the Columbia office.Read More »
Mary Beth Morgan is a legal assistant at Gallivan, White & Boyd, P.A. in Greenville, South Carolina, supporting Luanne Runge, shareholder, and Mary Giorgi, senior associate. Her career has been largely focused in the areas of complex/civil litigation, adoption and real estate. She serves as the 2011-2012 president of Legal Staff Professionals of Greenville (LSPG) and as a teen mentor. Originally from Chicago, she lives in Simpsonville with her children, David, Ted, Kathleen and Patrick, and their family pets.Read More »