Vicki Voisin, ACP, “The Paralegal Mentor”, delivers simple strategies for paralegals and other professionals to create success and satisfaction by setting goals and determining the direction they will take their careers.

Vicki spotlights resources, organizational tips, ethics issues, and other areas of continuing education to help paralegals and others reach their full potential.

She is the co-author of The Professional Paralegal: A Guide to Finding a Job and Career Success. Vicki publishes Paralegal Strategies, a weekly e-newsletter for paralegals, and co-hosts The Paralegal Voice, a monthly podcast produced by Legal Talk Network.

More information is available at www.paralegalmentor.com where subscribers receive Vicki’s 151 Tips for Your Career Success.

A graduate of Central Michigan University, Vicki is a past president of the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA) and a nationally recognized author and speaker on issues of interest to the legal profession.

After spending more than twenty years in the paralegal field, Vicki launched her Paralegal Mentor program as an avenue share her knowledge and experience with other paralegals. She has made numerous presentations throughout the U.S., addressing paralegals and other members of the legal staff, in both law firms and corporations.  She is also a frequent speaker at meetings of professional associations; these presentations have been approved for Attorney MCLE.

She has authored articles of interest to attorneys and paralegals in publications on the state and national level, including the Michigan Bar Journal, The Carolina Press, Michigan Lawyers Weekly, The Michigan Paralegal, Paralegal Today, LAAM’s Newsbrief, and The Career Chronicle and Facts & Findings published by NALA, as well as The Docket published by NALS. Many of those articles have been re-printed nationwide.

Vicki is an active member of NALA and the Paralegal/Legal Assistant Section of the State Bar of Michigan She is also a non-voting member of NALS. She is a recipient of the Mentor’s Award from the Section and NALA has also recognized her leadership in the development of the paralegal profession with the presentation of both its Founder’s Award and President’s Award.