Month: October 2014

The Evolving Role of a Paralegal in Today’s Law Firm Landscape

Like so many areas of the legal industry, the role of the paralegal has changed dramatically in recent years. Paralegals have always taken on tasks that do not require an attorney’s hand for completion, such as drafting complaints, motions, and responses. These tasks are the basic skill set that any trained paralegal should know how …

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Would You Pass a Trust Account Audit?

Recently, there was an article in Attorney-at-Work regarding random trust account audits. We all know mismanaging a trust (IOLTA) account can have terrible consequences. However, while it seems to be discussed in theory, most attorneys receive little or no training on how to manage a trust account before opening one of their own. Law schools …

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