Practical Paralegalism’s Recommended Reading this Week

I blog for paralegals, legal assistants, legal secretaries, paralegal students, paralegal educators, and all of the other legal professionals essential to the practice of law – as well as the attorneys who want to get to know us better. Once a week (or every other-other week when I get behind), I share links to a half dozen or so articles focusing on legal news and humor, practice tips and technology.

Practical Paralegalism is also taking next week off for the Thanksgiving holidays (there’s the official pre-turkey day panic as I scramble to come up with an edible contribution to the family feast that relatives won’t be telling jokes about for years to come, and then the obligatory three day post-turkey stupor).

Of the many things I’m grateful for this year, including the new dual monitors on my desk at work, my youngest daughter’s amazing rebound from a serious sickle cell related illness this summer, and precious iPhat (a/k/a iPad), I’m grateful for you guys, the readers who have encouraged and supported me in this two-year blogging effort. Thank you so much for reading – and for your participation. I can’t do this without you. Without your profiles, guest posts, comments, post re-prints, emails, and sharing of post links with your colleagues, I’d still be writing a blog read only by my mama.

Here’s this week’s links:

Oh, and one more thing to be very, very thankful for, the new choral (and acapella!) competition on Glee, The Dalton Academy Warblers. (I am responsible for 2,862,316 of the YouTube viewings to date…) Enjoy:

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