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Affiliated Associations Town Hall – May 2023
Course Category: Events
Start Date and Time (CT): Saturday, May 20, 2023 10:30 am
The purpose of this meeting is to create strong ties between the Affiliated Associations and NALA, share experiences and practices, provide support and technical assistance, and collect feedback. The meeting will be moderated by Bridget M. Stuhr, ACP, NALA’s Affiliated Associations Director, and Sharon D. Jones, ACP, NALA’s Affiliated Associations Secretary. If you have any queries or topics that you would like to discuss prior to the meeting, kindly post them the NALA Liaison Group on NALA Commons. You can join us by audio only or turn on your video camera for the full experience.
Instructor: Bridget Stuhr
Bridget M. Stuhr, ACP, is a corporate paralegal at Kutak Rock, LLP. She has been with the company for 20 years and assists attorneys with general corporate, real estate, commercial real estate, tax credit, commercial lending, and secured finance transactions. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology, emphasizing in Criminal Justice, from Doane College and obtained her Paralegal Accelerated Certificate from Metropolitan Community College. Bridget is a member of Nebraska Paralegal Association and NALA – The Paralegal Association. She received her Certified Paralegal designation in 2012, her Advanced Certified Paralegal designation in 2017, and is currently serving as NALA’s Affiliated Associations Director. She is also a member of her company’s Inclusiveness and Diversity group, providing presentations to high schools about the legal field and the various employment opportunities relating to the law.
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