Is the number of male paralegals on the rise in this female-dominated profession?
On this month’s episode of The Paralegal Voice,Lynne DeVenny and I welcome two male paralegals — one with extensive experience and the other newer to the profession — to get the male perspective and their interesting insight on male paralegals in the profession today.
Carl H. Morrison II, PP, AACP is a Senior Certified Paralegal withRhodes, Hieronymus, Jones, Tucker & Gable, in Tulsa, Oklahoma where he specializes in insurance defense, medical products, medical malpractice, vaccine litigation, asbestos litigation, products liability and dram shop liability. He has a degree in Biological Sciences (Pre-Med) and is a NALS Certified Professional Paralegal (PP), as well as an American Alliance Certified Paralegal (AACP).
- What they do in their paralegal jobs.
- What drew them to the paralegal profession.
- Is there an increase in men enrolling in paralegal programs?
- How they found their first jobs.
- Does a “glass elevator” exist, allowing male paralegals to advance faster than females
- Challenges male paralegals face.
- Their advice for men considering the paralegal profession.
For information on how to contact Carl and Zach, and for Vicki & Lynne’s monthly practice tip and social media tip, be sure to listen to this episode. It’s easy…and it’s free! Just click on the following links:
The Paralegal Voice also thanks its sponsor: NALA…The Association of Paralegals and Legal Assistants.
Please share the links to this episode of The Paralegal Voice with your friends and colleagues. If you have a request for a future show, or a question for us, you are welcome to contact us at TheParalegalVoice@gmail.com.
Also, be you never miss a podcast by subscribing to any Legal Talk Network show, including The Paralegal Voice, by using the RSS Feed links or iTunes links at http://legaltalknetwork.com/rss-feeds/.