The PACO Biennial Workshop & Exhibition
Friday, September 29, 2023
Clintonville Women’s Club
Truly a valuable opportunity to network with colleagues, and strengthen your knowledge base by getting the latest developments on the newest trends in the legal services industry because—Education and Development—is YOUR door to the future!
Paralegal Students - $10
*Payable online only
8:30-9:00 - Registration & Visit Sponsors
9-10:15 - Session I: Paralegals are in the unique position of conducting investigations and reviewing information from clients, adversaries and non-parties in a case. This session will address what happens when a paralegal finds evidence in a case that their client, another party or non-party has committed fraud or illegal activities. Is it enough to simply report it to your attorney or does it go deeper than that? (1.25 - NFPA Ethics CLE Credit). Speakers: Reginald S. Jackson Jr., Esq. and Adam S. Nightingale, Esq. Attorneys with Eastman & Smith LTD.
10:15-10:30 - Break & Visit Sponsors
10:30-11:45 - Session II: Having an understanding of what to look for when reviewing information provided by your clients whether it is a probate case, divorce matter, or litigated case and whether it is in paper or electronic - is critical in representing a client. You will learn during this session how to handle the information provided by your clients, how to process the information or data, how to strategize reviewing that information or data, how emoji’s might change the meaning of what is reviewed, and how or when to provide that information to other parties in a case. (1.25 - NFPA General CLE Credit). Speakers: Linda Wong, Esq. with Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur, LLP and Linda Weber, Sales Director with Profile Discovery.
11:45-12:45 - Lunch & Keynote Speaker –Judge Kim Browne - How can paralegals fill the gap with access to justice, how access to justice affects diverse communities and ‘Call to Action’ for paralegals to get involved.
12:45 -1:00 - Break & Visit Sponsors
1:00-2:15 - Session III: Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing rapidly in the legal field. You will learn during this session what the basics are of AI, how AI can be used in your law office or legal department, explore the different kinds of AI and how AI it is being implemented throughout the legal industry. (1.25 - NFPA General CLE Credit). Speaker: Julie Brown, Director of Practice Technology at Vorys.
2:15-2:30 – Giveaways and more!
2:30-4:00 - Social Networking & Happy Hour
BECOME A SPONSOR:
Platinum Sponsor $1500 | (2 available)
Gold Sponsor $1000 | (7 available)
Silver Sponsor $500 | (5 available)
Bronze Sponsor $350 |
**ALL LOGOS MUST BE IN PRINT-READY VECTORED.EPS, .AI, .EPS OR HIGH RESOLUTION .JPG FORMATS.