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Family members of a paralegal who went missing from her office last Friday morning are not giving up hope. Loved ones are traveling all around Las Vegas and the surrounding area, hoping to find someone who saw something. Roxanne Lawrence’s relatives say they plan to cover as much ground as...
The Florida Senate is considering a bill that would impose a surcharge to submit a paper filing to a court. Courts have attempted to build the adoption of eFiling in different ways. In some counties, such as Orange County, California and San Francisco County, the courts will mandate it for specific...
If you are interested in helping victims of homicide, human trafficking, abuse, kidnapping, and families of missing loved ones this might be the right volunteer opportunity for you! We are currently seeking volunteers for help in the following areas: Research Writing Editing Online Administration...
It’s that time of year again! ParalegalGateway is now accepting nominations for the 2012 Paralegal Superstars!!! If you know a Paralegal who has made a significant contribution to the Profession, their community or both, please complete our online nomination form. Feel free to nominate...
THE SAN BERNARDINO SUPERIOR COURT – RESOURCE CENTER (“RC”) will be discussing its impact on the community and legal profession. The RC provides no cost assistance to individuals who represent themselves in the areas of Family Law, Guardianship, Small Claims and Unlawful Detainer. The...
Do you deserve a fabulously fun night out? At HMPA we think you do! All *ACTIVE VOTING, ASSOCIATE & STUDENT MEMBERS IN GOOD STANDING, AND ONE GUEST, are cordially invited to this year’s “MEMBERS NIGHT”! If you’ve never been to Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar @ The Houston Pavilion,...
Our friends at Richmond BizSense recently interviewed Melissa Krumbein who is about to open Kitchen Thyme, a space that has two kitchens and equipment that people can rent and use to cook for their families or host an event or party. Krumbein has been stirring up the idea since December but...
After a lifetime of working as a paralegal for ‘biglaw’, Pamela Starr decided it was time for a change – the year was 2008. It was an obvious and natural transition – the legal industry had finally begun to embrace technology and, well, the economy could no longer support law firms....
The amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) place a tremendous amount of responsibility on parties to meet and confer to identify and resolve issues related to the preservation and production of electronically stored information. The rules also reinforce the notion that lawyers must...
John Ray was awaiting law school acceptance letters seven years ago. Ray was a role model for his family. He was a paralegal for the Fulton County conflict defender’s office and was a U.S. Army veteran who mentored youth in Atlanta’s Lakewood Heights neighborhood. His promising life ended on...