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Wait . . . you want a dictionary for Christmas?

My husband asked me yesterday what I wanted for Christmas. He usually doesn’t ask this question quite so early, but I suspect it is because I struggle with this request every year.  You see, I am a very practical person, … Continue reading

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The importance of lectures.

I’m taking the condensed Civil Lit II course this quarter. I have one week left of this class, but I discovered the importance of lectures and how they can affect your grade. I took a long-planned Alaskan cruise during this … Continue reading

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Evangelista, Pinault Child Support Case

A recent assignment about the fairness of child support lead me to a Wall Street Journal story about super model Linda Evangelista and the father of her son, billionaire businessman Francois-Henri Pinault. Wall Street Journal: Looking to Raise a Child … Continue reading

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Do good grades get the job?

I found this blog post about unpaid internships Above the Law blog and it got me thinking about credentials and whether your GPA will give you an edge in getting hired as a paralegal. I’ve been working hard to keep my … Continue reading

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O Captain! My Captain!

I haven’t had a lot to blog about recently. I’ve been plodding along in all my classes waiting patiently for my introductory paralegal class to start this summer. Unfortunately, I was the only person signed up for the summer course, so … Continue reading

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Just for Grins

One of the perks of being a student member of the National Court Reporters Association is receiving the monthly edition of the Journal of the Reporting and Captioning Professions (JRC).  I usually jump to the end of the magazine where they publish … Continue reading

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