Law firms rely on details, research, continuous information gathering, briefs, and ongoing, precise communication with and for clients. Paralegals work under the supervision and at the direction of attorneys in conjunction and focused on client cases.
The attorney-paralegal dynamic is a poignant part of the legal machine that runs smoothly at Bloodworth Law, PLLC.
On Saturday, October 19, attorney and partner Alyson M. Laderman will present and engage as a featured speaker at The Paralegal Association of Florida, Inc., Brevard Chapter, “Attorneys and Paralegals: Defining Success Together,” event to be held at the Hilton Melbourne Beach Oceanfront, in Melbourne Beach, Florida.
“Local paralegal organizations have asked me several times to present on different topics throughout the years,” Alyson Laderman said. “This started because one of the very first paralegals I worked with back in 2003 became President of one of the local associations, (and then, the Florida Bar paralegal association).
“She reached out to me to present, which I’ve done every few years. I’m looking forward to the day.”
This event will look at the things that work and the things that don’t in the paralegal-attorney relationship. There will be a plenary speaker as well as two panels of distinguished paralegals and attorneys including Alyson.
The Paralegal Association of Florida, (PAF) Inc., Brevard Chapter, is a professional association of approximately 1,000 paralegals from around the State of Florida.
Formed in 1976, it is the oldest and largest statewide association in Florida, and one of the oldest affiliate associations of the National Association of Legal Assistants. A proponent of The Florida Bar’s Florida Registered Paralegal Program, PAF is dedicated to providing continuing legal education opportunities to its members.