The Blog Formerly Known As Practical Paralegalism
Easy As are supposed to be good, right? Well, this week not so much. Did I mention that I turned 49 last week? And that I *still* have acne? And that AARP sent my first membership invitation with a card? What is up with that? Isn’t your age at least supposed to start with a…Read More
I like the bold print on this Tessuto wrap dress from Walmart for easy, inexpensive career dressing. I might have to try it on the next time I’m in there buying snack food in bulk for the locusts Teens. (The product description cracks me up. Note this “does not contain a battery.”) Contours by Tessuto…Read More
If you blog enough, you get hard up for post titles, so I thought I’d use the typo from the email I sent myself with the smart phone pics for this outfit. I’ve been under the weather this week, so these pictures are actually from last week. This outfit reflects my tendency to buy black,…Read More
I tried to find you guys a great deal on a pale greenish cardigan with grommets, but honestly, the search results were so horrifying that I’ll never be able to rid my brain of the nightmarish style images. But I love love love kinda like this pale mint cardigan from Forever 21. Paired with conservative,…Read More
Honestly, this Target sweater I begged for received for Christmas is my fave article of clothing. Clearly, I need to buy more stuff with grommets. Also, trying to take outfit pics by yourself in less than five minutes results in missing feet, or part of your head lopped off. Trying not to be too creepy,…Read More
Today’s quote isn’t actually from a real news story, but from an email my boss and I received last week from an opposing party. I had emailed her an initial request for subrogation information, and she responded that she would provide it – but she was “unrepentantly” out of the office the previous week. My…Read More
By Kim Wierzel Congratulations! Your dream job has just called to ask you in for an interview. You thought it was a long shot, but you got the interview. How many times have you said, “If they would just meet me, I know they would love me?” Here are some interviewing tips to help you…Read More
Okay, maybe the green rhinestone Vera Wang necklace I wore in my last post isn’t for everyone who works in a conservative office, but this Vera Wang Two Tone Bead Swag Necklace is a less blingy but still lovely and versatile choice, for styling with everything from suits to cardis and trouser jeans. You can…Read More
Boy, did I have plans to blow Not Dead Yet Style’s Visible Monday Link-Up right out of the water this morning. I was going to wear one of my fave dresses with bright tights. But then I walked Thing One and Thing Two (the dogs) before breakfast, and realized that I was cold through and…Read More
If you haven’t already started reading these paralegal blogs, and added them to your RSS feed reader, I encourage you to do so: Atlanta Paralegal Services, http://www.atlantaparalegalservices.com/ , ~ Freelance paralegal Misty Sheffield is a talented and thoughtful essayist about all things paralegal. The Paralegal Society, http://theparalegalsociety.wordpress.com/ ~ A terrific collaborative effort, this is one of…Read More
Lynne DeVenny is a North Carolina State Bar Certified Paralegal with over 27 years of experience working on complex litigation cases, including medical malpractice, personal injury, workers’ compensation, and Social Security disability.
Lynne J. DeVenny, N.C. State Bar Certified Paralegal
Owner & Virtual Paralegal, DeVenny Paralegal Services
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