March 3, 2006
Full day seminar designed for paralegals
PACO and the Columbus Bar are putting on "Columbus Paralegal Education Summit: Timely Topics for the Legal Professional," a full day seminar on April 28 at the Columbus Bar offices.
Registration and exhibit hall open at 8:30 a.m. The program runs from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The opening address will be by Justice Stratton on the topic "Mentally Ill in the Courts and Mental Health Suspension and Mitigation."
In addition, three breakout sessions will be offered: "What's New in the Electronic World - Tools for the Paralegal," Paul J. Unger, Henley March & Unger Consulting, Inc.; "Identity Theft and the Law," Dave Stewart, Assistant Professor at CSCC; "The Hot Internet: Helpful Sites for Use in Your Law Practice," Pat Christian, Squire Sanders & Dempsey, and Kelly Lewis, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur; "Employment Law Update," Dawn Rae Grauel, Hahn Loeser + Parks; "Alternative Dispute Resolution," Marya Kolman, Office of Mediation Services, Franklin County Domestic Relations Court; and "Bankruptcy Update," Judith M. McInturff.
Register online at www.cbalaw.org or phone 614/221.4112. The cost is $99 prepaid/$125 day of for paralegal members; $50 prepaid/$65 day of for student members or $150 prepaid/$175 day of for non-members. Early registration is advised as space is limited. CLE credit has been applied for from NFPA and NALA. Students must call 614/221.4112 to register.