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General Membership Meeting + CLE (January 2022)

  • Tuesday, January 18, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online via Zoom


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January 2022

New Year, New (Paralegal) You: Personal Branding Tips to Market Your Best Paralegal Self

Presentation Synopsis.

Take a deep dive into branding strategies that allow you to develop and leverage your personal presentation to attorneys, clients, and other paralegals as you progress in your career.

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Lisa Lynch, CRP , CEDS, NFPA President

NFPA President

Lisa Lynch has been involved with DAPA since 2004. She has served as DAPA’s President in 2014, as well as other positions including NFPA Primary Representative, President Elect, Vendor Advisor, and various other roles on committees. In 2021, Lynch has secured the position of NFPA President. 

Lynch continues to keep professional development at the forefront of her career while working as an in-house paralegal focusing on eDiscovery, litigation, and corporate governance. 

CLE Credit

1.0 hour of General  paralegal CLE credit issued through DAPA 


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