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2015-Cleveland State University (Communication)
2015-Cleveland State University (J.D.)
Through my work experiences, I have honed the ability to conduct efficient, accurate, and detailed research. I have worked on document review and editing projects projects in both my capacity as a law clerk for Siegel, Agins, & Gilman and as a contractor for UnitedLex. As a research assistant in the Cleveland-Marshall Law Library, I consistently completed challenging research assignments to assist faculty members with pending projects. In addition, I fulfilled legal research requests as both an extern at the Cleveland Law Library/ Cuyahoga Law Library and as a research assistant for Professor John Plecnik during the 2012-2013 school year.
While a student at Cleveland-Marshall, I made the Dean’s List from the fall 2011 to the spring 2013 term, after which I graduated cum laude. I am a certified paralegal with a certificate from Boston University. I have also externed in the chambers of Judge Kenneth McHargh, helping his staff to compose motions to dismiss and motions for summary judgment. Some of these motions were substantially incorporated into the record.
I have done editing jobs, both as a student and as professional. Working as a law clerk often meant editing the papers of senior attorneys not just for legal content but for spelling and grammar as well.
I have worked in law for most of my professional career and am a graduate of Cleveland Marshall College of Law. I have experience in multiple areas of law including employment law, contract law, disability law, and bankruptcy law.
Through my work experiences, I have honed the ability to conduct efficient, accurate, and detailed research. I have worked on document review and editing projects projects in both my capacity as a law clerk for Siegel, Agins, & Gilman and as
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