Margaret Neubauer, M.S. is the Network Dean of Paralegal for Globe University/Minnesota School of Business/Broadview University. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies and a Master of Science degree in Legal Studies: Law and Public Policy. She has been a paralegal, an instructor, Legal Program Coordinator and Dean of Faculty.

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Margaret Neubauer, M.S. is the Network Dean of Paralegal for Globe University/Minnesota School of Business/Broadview University. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies and a Master of Science degree in Legal Studies: Law and Public Policy. She has been a paralegal, an instructor, Legal Program Coordinator and Dean of Faculty.

Putting Your Best Foot Forward in Social Media

In March, AP News reported that some private and public agencies around the country are asking job seekers for their social media passwords in job interviews.  What would an employer think about you while reviewing social media profile? Catherine Neset, an … Continue reading

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Lawyers and paralegals featured in movies

Last month, Brian Craig looked at paralegals who became successful fiction writers and paralegals featured in fiction.  Continuing with the series, we will look at legal professionals in the movies.  More than just entertainment, these legal thrillers give paralegal students … Continue reading

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Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, and Constitution Week, 2012.

Yesterday, President Obama signed the Presidential Proclamation declaring Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, and Constitution Week, 2012. A joint resolution of Congress on February 29, 1952 designated September 17 as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.  Four years later, Congress requested … Continue reading

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Chippewa Valley Legal Professionals hosts networking event

Chippewa Valley Legal Professionals is hosting a meet and greet on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm at the 29 Pines, Highway 29 and County T, Eau Claire, Wisconsin.  Chippewa Valley Legal Professionals is an association … Continue reading

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Who needs to learn grammar? Part Two -Tips for Successful Legal Writing

This blog post originally appeared on the blog in September 2009, but it is worth repeating.   It was written by Brian Craig, Online Paralegal Chair for Globe University, Minnesota School of Business and Broadview University. Since the article first appeared, Craig has written Cyberlaw: … Continue reading

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Using fairy tales to teach about the legal system

It was no fairy tale ending with a whimsical ‘happy ever after’ for Snow White.  Instead, she ended up in a messy lawsuit.  A jury  composed of talen­­ted guests joined the Minnesota School of Business staff and faculty to determine Snow White’s … Continue reading

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Who needs to learn grammar?

The answer is everyone. Employers are expecting you to be able to write and speak effectively.  This is nothing new.  Communication skills have always been critical.  Being able to write and speak well sets you apart from other candidates.  When … Continue reading

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Paralegals Featured in Literature

Brian Craig, Online Paralegal Program Chair at Globe University, Minnesota School of Business and Broadview University follows up his Paralegals Who Have Become Successful Fiction Writers post from last week with another look at the career through literature. Legal fiction … Continue reading

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Paralegals Who Have Become Successful Fiction Writers

By Brian Craig Teri Woods typifies the persistence and tenacity of a successful fiction writer.  While working as a legal secretary and as a paralegal for a law firm in Philadelphia, Woods wrote the manuscript for her novel, True to … Continue reading

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Technology Prompts Review of Legal Ethics

With more lawyers and  paralegals using laptops, phones and mobile devices to send emails, instant and text messages, the way we deliver legal services has changed. Beyond email, Even with technology, confidentiality and competence are still concerning to the ABA. The … Continue reading

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