Charlotte, N.C. – Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP is pleased to announce that Carrie Marshall has been selected as the Paralegal of the Year by the Metrolina Paralegal Association. Carrie is a paralegal in Parker Poe’s Business Litigation Team, and she won the award for performing her work in an exemplary manner with dedication, professionalism, ingenuity, and integrity.
“Carrie takes ownership of each and every one of her cases and looks for ways to support every matter that exists within our group,” Sarah Hutchins and Annette Ebright wrote in their nomination for her. They detailed how Carrie consistently takes on additional duties, exhibits leadership, helps find workplace efficiencies, and increases the visibility and reputation of the paralegal profession. “Her peers consistently seek her advice, both on work and personal matters,” they added. “She is a model for all to follow.”
The Metrolina Paralegal Association has recognized a Paralegal of the Year since 2010. The association works to advance the paralegal profession through education, networking, and cooperation with local, state, and national bar associations. Carrie served as its president from May 2017 to May 2018 and now serves as board secretary. She has served on the board in various positions since 2012.
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