NFPA Announcement: Paralegal Teaching Paralegals

Lynne DeVenny of Practical Paralegalism is one of my favorite paralegal bloggers, so naturally I was pleased to see that NFPA has enlisted her for its 2010 Tech Institute. Part of the announcement follows. I’ve never met Lynne or seen her present in person, but based on her blog and the podcast she does with Vicki Voisin, The Paralegal Mentor I suspect she’ll be a great addition to the Tech Institute. Aside from pumping Lynne’s appearance, this is an excellent opportunity to mention once again the importance of continuing education to the professional paralegal and the importance of organization such as NFPA to the paralegal profession, so I am mentioning both.

Paralegal Teaching Paralegals — Blogger Lynne DeVenny Presenting at NFPA Tech Institute

Come meet a paralegal pioneer at NFPA’s 2010 Tech Institute, March 26-27, in San Jose, CA. See for more information.

Lynne J. DeVenny, a North Carolina State Bar Certified Paralegal employed by Elliot Pishko Morgan P.A.  in Winston-Salem, NC, and a blogger at Practical Paralegalism ( ) is presenting a seminar at the NFPA Tech Institute about the key role that social media and Web 2.0 play in career and case development. She’ll share ways that today’s paralegals can use interactive Internet resources to stay ahead of the game, gain new technological and practice skills, and advance professionally.

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  • Thank you so much for the positive feedback. I like to call Practical Paralegalism a labor of fun, but it’s possible that only my mom thinks it’s funny 😉

    I am excited and very honored that NFPA asked me to present at their annual technology institute. The toughest part about attending will be choosing which concurrent session to attend – there is so much great information being presented here!

    I hope to see many of you in San Jose – and that if you see me, you’ll come introduce yourself 🙂

  • Cool, thanks for sharing a good information about a quality paralegal blog.

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