An Inside Look at a Career as a Paralegal - Pioneer Pacific College

An Inside Look at a Career as a Paralegal

28 May 2013 By Emily Hohf

 

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A Panel Discussion by Legal Professionals
on a Fascinating Career Option

Paralegals are vital to any law practice. But what do they do, exactly? To kickoff the celebration of Oregon State Paralegal Day on June 14th, Pioneer Pacific College presents a panel discussion by legal professionals who will give you the inside scoop on “A Day in the Life of a Paralegal.” Retired Judge Kip Leonard will explain how paralegals participate in the courtroom, award-winning senior paralegal Diane L. Thompson will give insight on what she loves about her work, while Allstate Insurance paralegal and Pioneer Pacific College alum Sonny Lambert will talk about making the transition from  campus to career.

A question and answer session follows the discussion.

A Day in the Life of a Paralegal
Thursday, June 13, 2013 6:00-7:30 pm

Pioneer Pacific College

Space is limited, reservations recommended
RSVP to info@pioneerpacific.edu or call 503-682-3903

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