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Paralegal News Clips

Michael Nelson received a Certificate in Advanced Professional Studies degree in Paralegal Studies from Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. (Warwick Beacon)

Melanie Harkey, employed by Wake Forest University’s Legal Department, has been promoted to Coordinator of Board Support. Harkey had been a legal secretary at Wake Forest since 2007. Previously, she worked as a legal assistant for Maynard & Harris, Attorneys at Law and other law firms in Winston-Salem. Harkey has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wake Forest and a paralegal certificate from the American Institute of Paralegal Studies. (Window on Wake Forest)

Megan Ayers Bridges recently joined Merritt & Merritt & Moulton in Vermont as a paralegal. She attended Mount Holyoke and graduated from Furman University in Greenville, S.C., in 2003 with a degree in history. She previously served as Assistant Director of Admissions at Champlain College and at Furman University. (Burlington Free Press)

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