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Mariana Fradman posted: The Who What Why How of Paralegal Utilization

The Who What Why How of Paralegal Utilization

Paralegals know that properly utilized, they can make any law firm, law department, or government agency more effective and efficient. Paralegals know that their professional lives are more fulfilling when they perform substantive work and can contribute to their fullest potential.

But many attorneys don’t know they can be using their paralegals more effectively than they are and that if they do, everyone benefits.

This presentation shows paralegals how to make this case to their lawyers: WHO their paralegals really are, WHAT they know and WHAT they can do, WHY they should be using more paralegals to do more substantive work, and HOW to do it right.

This seminar will be presented by Toni Marsh, Esq., Director of The George Washington University Paralegal Studies Program. It is open to paralegals, attorneys and law office managers.

Monday, April 2, 2012 @ 6:30-8:00 PM. Refreshments will be served.
For more information and to register go to http://nyc-pa.org/calendar.

About Catherine D'Aversa

As President of Legal Resource Consulting Inc. (“LRC”) Catherine D’Aversa is engaged by law firms, government legal departments and corporate in-house law departments to improve paraprofessional skills and services using extensive skills developed over more than 32 years in the legal industry. LRC analyses and assesses paraprofessional services within its clients’ organization and provides recommendations on structure, technology, systems, processes and management to improve services standards, productivity and profitability. LRC acts as Project Manager to implement recommendations to enhance paraprofessional skills and services to better meet lawyer and client needs while increasing revenue. LRC delivers professional development workshops on topics such as Docketing Strategies, Practice Management, Practice Development, Project Management, Strategies for Productivity & Profitability, Working as a Legal Professional and Legal Writing and Reporting. Catherine is a contributing author of several legal books and a regular speaker and commentator at business seminars and conferences.