The Attorneys Information Exchange Group’s Paralegals Seminar will take place this January 12-13 in Orlando, Fla., and paralegals from Langdon & Emison are again playing a key role in this annual event. Two presentations will be led by L&E paralegals, and the conference’s agenda and substantive sessions were shaped by the firm’s paralegal team.
The AIEG Paralegals Seminar will take place January 12-13 in Orlando
Alesia Emison and Rachel Ahmann will present “How Paralegals Help Move Cases & HITECH Act’s Role.” Kent Emison and Lorie Kreisel will present “Preparing for a Complex Trial.” This seminar focuses on information sharing and trial skills for paralegals, and includes camaraderie and informational breakout sessions. Some additional program titles going on at the seminar include topics such as “Trials and Toddlers: Balancing Family and Preparing for Trial,” “Thinking Outside the Box as to Products Liability Investigations,” and “Delegating and Using Your Resources.”
In April, AIEG will host its annual Spring Seminar. AIEG’s mission is to improve the ability of its members to represent those harmed through unwavering support, unparalleled sharing of documents and knowledge, and by providing insightful and substantive seminars with nationally recognized faculty.