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North Carolina Paralegal Resource Binder

Second Edition (2013)



Michelle L. Waltz, Stephanie Durham-Rivera, Yolanda N. Smith


$60.00

Date: 5/10/2013
Pages: 264

The NC Paralegal Resource Binder is instrumental in the practice of all North Carolina paralegals no matter field or years of experience. This practical resource discusses effective utilization and supervision of paralegals, ethics for professional paralegals, notary public, e-discovery, the basics, useful Internet resources, and effective attorney/paralegal teams.

The NC Paralegal Resource Binder is instrumental in the practice of all North Carolina paralegals no matter field or years of experience. This practical resource discusses effective utilization and supervision of paralegals, ethics for professional paralegals, notary public, e-discovery, the basics, useful Internet resources, and effective attorney/paralegal teams.

Stephanie Durham-Rivera is a paralegal with McAngus, Goudelock & Courie, PLLC in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her principal area of practice is workers compensation. She has served as an ethics chair of the NCBA Paralegal Division Council, a member of the communications committee of the North Carolina Notary Public and a paralegal member of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. Ms. Durham-Rivera received her B.S. from Howard University in 2003. Yolanda N. Smith is a paralegal with the North Carolina Department of Justice in Raleigh. Her principal area of practice is paralegal education. She has served as a past chair of the Paralegal Division of the North Carolina Bar Association and a Paralegal Division liason to the Minorities in the Profession Committee, and also formerly served on the CLE Committee and Strategic Planning Committee of the NCBA. Ms. Smith is an Advanced Certified Paralegal by NALA and a North Carolina State Bar Certified Paralegal. She received her Paralegal Certificate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Michelle L. Waltz is the lead paralegal at Duke Energy in Raleigh. Her principal areas of practice are corporate transactions, contracts and construction law. She is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association Paralegal Division and the Raleigh-Wake Paralegal Association. Ms. Waltz received her B.S. from the University of San Francisco and her Certificate in Paralegal Studies from Nassau Community College.