Spohrer Dodd paralegal named second vice president for local chapter of Paralegal Association of Florida, Inc.
“I am honored to serve alongside some of the best in my profession,” said Shedlarski. “This organization helps all of us to be better at our jobs and better serve our clients. I look forward to serving on the board and helping others in my profession reach and exceed their career goals.”
Shedlarski is a graduate of the University of Maine, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in mass communications. She has been in the legal profession since 2008 and is currently the paralegal to Spohrer & Dodd attorney Keith Maynard. Shedlarski and Maynard work primarily in aviation law, wrongful death, products and premises liability, transportation accidents and insurance law. Shedlarski also has experience in family, criminal and bankruptcy law.
The Paralegal Association of Florida, Inc. (PAF) was formed in 1976 and has approximately 1,000 members statewide. PAF’s mission is to enhance the professional standards for paralegals, offer legal education opportunities to its members and encourage a high order of ethical and professional attainment. The First Coast Chapter of PAF meets monthly and engages speakers that offer CLE credits to fulfill requirements for the Florida Bar, National Association of Legal Assistants and other professional organizations.
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Spohrer & Dodd is an elite law firm comprised of seasoned trial attorneys, expert professionals and specialized staff. Their experience, diligence, and creativity allow them to help clients achieve positive legal outcomes in the most challenging and complex personal injury cases, which are often cases that other personal injury law firms are unwilling to undertake. Their team of board certified trial lawyers, attorneys and staff, the firm's intellectual and financial resources, and their network of specialized experts are dedicated to every case their Jacksonville law firm handles. For more information, visit www.sdlitigation.com/.
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