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Certified paralegal aspires for auto certification one day

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 ...

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NCBA’s ‘Distinguished Paralegal’ never aspired to join the profession

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 ...

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Paralegal education programs limited by lack of resources

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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People should have more faith in plaintiffs’ lawyers, paralegal says

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 ...

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