February 2020 Membership Meeting - Paralegal Knowledge and Experience to Benefit You
Please note you MUST pre-register for this meeting by clicking on the Register Now button on the left or online at www.stlpa.org.
If you do not receive an email confirmation of your registration, your registration was not successful and you are not registered. If you register for the event but are unable to attend for any reason, please email regrets to [email protected].
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- Registration deadline is end of day Thursday, February 13, 2020. STRICT DEADLINE. No exceptions since final count is due at that time. There will be a waitlist after the deadline in the event of any cancellations, but selection of entree choice will not be available for waitlist attendees. We will try to accommodate as best as we can, but no promises will be made for entree selections after the deadline as the original attendee's selection will have already been turned into the venue.
- Registrations are required for all attendees.
- No refunds after the registration deadline.
- You will be required to note any medical dietary restrictions (i.e. vegetarian, gluten-free—not preferences) and request a CLE certificate at registration.
- NALA CLE 1.0 hour is pending.
- REMINDER: Our Toiletry Drive is year-round. Please bring items to our monthly membership meeting.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the meeting, please email questions to [email protected].
Lunch - Whitebox Catering
Several paralegals from different legal practice areas will sit on a panel to provide practical insight regarding daily work assignments and responsibilities. Each of the paralegal panelist will discuss how they complete small and large projects, prepare for depositions, mediations, trial, and overcome common challenges regarding their specific legal practice areas.
Join us as we delve into the minds of seasoned paralegals who are willing to share what they have learned to help other Paralegals be focused, productive and progressive.
This will be a round table discussion, where Paralegal Students and Paralegals both new to the profession and sustaining professionals have the rare opportunity to ask questions regarding each paralegal panelist experiences related to their practice areas.
Paralegal Students, New Paralegals and Paralegal Instructors are encouraged to bring any and all questions ranging from choosing a practice area to what a normal day entails as well as how to handle small and large tasks and large projects in addition to going to trial.