Not Doing Nothing -The Paralegal Voice on Ethics and Professionalism.

It’s been awhile, I know. But I’ve not been doing nothing. Two children graduated (one in Providence and one from grad school at NYU – both summa!). So we drove from Mississippi to Providence, then to NYC, then back to Providence, then up to Maine where I’ve been holed up in a cottage re-charging while indexing and doing final edits on The Empowered Paralegal Professionalism Anthology, editing a student’s Masters thesis, conducting an online course, working on The Empowered Paralegal Cause of Action Handbook,etc. What I have not been doing (obviously) is posting here. However, with the Anthology behind me, I’m likely to get back to regular posting.

In the meantime there are a whole lot of people who really have not been doing nothing and I’m just catching up with what they’ve been doing. As usual Vicki Voisin, The Paralegal Mentor, and Lynne Devenny of Practical Paralegalism top the “active” list with blog posts, newletters, speaking engagement, etc. However, the item you should catch if you haven’t already, is the latest edition of their The Paralegal Voice:

Ethics and professionalism are essential to becoming a successful paralegal. On this edition of The Paralegal Voice, co-hosts Lynne DeVenny and Vicki Voisin welcome paralegal, Camille Stell, Director of Client Services for Lawyers Mutual, who provides ethics tips for paralegals, talks about how paralegals can assist attorneys in the area of client communications and what paralegals can do every day to maintain the highest level of professionalism.

This is an important topic and Lynne and Vicki handle it well!

 

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5 Comments

  • Vicki Voisin says:

    Wow…you have been busy…congratulations on the achievements of your children! Thanks for mentioning The Paralegal Voice. Lynne and I do feel strongly about the importance of ethics and professionalism for paralegals and Camille Stell was the perfect guest. Lots of good information.

    I’m looking forward to the release of your next book!

  • You make me feel like an absolute and utter COUCH POTATO…lol. Congrats on the completion of the much-anticipated paralegal anthology, and thanks so much for taking the time to listen to our podcast! I’ve heard Camille Stell speak many times, and am so glad that more legal professionals will get the benefit of her great advice via Legal Talk Network.

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  • Anne says:

    Lots of good information here. Never known ethics and professionalism was that essential to paralegals, maybe because some of the states do not require any advanced qualifications for one to be a paralegal. Looking forward for more info

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