PARALEGALS & LOGISTICS: BACK IN THE OFFICE
Shelly Walker, Paralegal Manager/Regional Office Admin - Polsinelli, PC
Julie Lowrey, Manager of Professional Paralegal Services - Polsinelli, PC
This will be a great CLE for new paralegals entering the field, as well as existing paralegals who need some additional guidance on dealing with their legal workplace and an ongoing pandemic. What are the ethical implications of working from home versus in person at the office? This question and many others will be answered during this presentation.
Shelly Walker bio:
Shelly received her Paralegal Certificate from William Jewell College in 1993. She joined Polsinelli PC in 1995 as a case assistant managing the docket for the firm. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Management and Human Relations at Mid America Nazarene University while working at Polsinelli. Shelly’s docketing position was eventually changed to a paralegal position. While docketing, she began training with an asbestos defense litigation paralegal, and replaced her when she left the firm. Shelly handled most aspects of litigation paralegal work including assisting with several trials. Eventually, she began managing the asbestos paralegal group, which eventually led to her managing the Paralegal Services Department. She added Regional Office Administrator to her duties in 2018.
Julie Lowrey bio:
Julie received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of South Dakota in 1986 and Paralegal Certificate from Johnson County Community College in 1996. She joined Polsinelli in 1995 as a Case Assistant. In 1997, she was promoted to Paralegal/Office Manager and in 2004, she was promoted to Senior Paralegal. Julie’s background is in commercial litigation, involving numerous trials in both state and federal court. She also has experience in employment law, corporate, real estate, bankruptcy and docketing. In 1999, Julie was promoted to Manager of Professional Paralegal Services and holds that position today.
CLE credit: NALA 1 credit hour (.5 substantive CLE hours, .5 Legal Ethics CLE hours)
The dinner: TBD
All dinners include soda, coffee, or water. Drinks may be purchased separately at the bar.
The fine print:
This meeting and CLE is open to all HPA members, and non-member paralegals, legal assistants, legal secretaries, paralegal students, and other legal support staff. Reservations are due no later than 4:00 p.m. on the Friday immediately preceding the event. If you need to cancel a reservation, please do so before noon Friday, June 24th. If your registration is not cancelled before the deadline, you will be responsible for the full registration fee since HPA is required to pay that amount to the venue.
Payment may be made online by credit or debit card, or by cash or check at the door. Please do not mail your payment unless you must do so because of a last minute cancellation.