Lisa Hack is a paralegal with Motley Rice in Charleston, S.C. She received her paralegal certificate in 2006 and has over 10 years of legal experience in practice areas including family law, entertainment law, anti-terrorism law and human rights law. ...Read More »
Marion A. Young is the current chair of the paralegal division of the North Carolina Bar Association. She works for Narron, O’Hale and Whittington in Smithfield, N.C., where she focuses on commercial real estate, corporate law and special proceedings. Young ...Read More »
Sandra Maness is a litigation paralegal with Robinson & Lawing in Winston-Salem, N.C. In 2001, she received an associate’s degree in applied science for paralegal technology and certificates in real property, personal injury, and office systems technology from Forsyth Technical ...Read More »
Yolanda Smith is a paralegal in the Raleigh, N.C. law firm of Tharrington Smith. Smith has been a paralegal for 13 years and focuses on construction litigation. She has earned the ACP designation from the National Association of Legal Assistants ...Read More »
The 2010 recipient of the Distinguished Paralegal Award from the North Carolina Bar Association, Virginia Burrows is a paralegal in the Research Triangle Park office of K&L Gates. Her principal area of practice is commercial real estate. Burrows received her ...Read More »
Leslie McKesson is a college instructor and program administrator for the paralegal technology program at Western Piedmont Community College in Morganton, N.C. She is certified through the North Carolina State Bar and has a certificate in litigation specialization form the ...
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A Columbia, S.C., native, Ashley Graham is a litigation paralegal with the Mike Kelly Law Group, where she handles a variety of cases involving medical and dental malpractice, automobile and motorcycle accidents, slip-and-fall incidents and toxic mold issues. She has ...Read More »