Paralegals on Fire! Podcast Show

The Paralegals on Fire podcast show is hosted by Ann Pearson, a former paralegal and paralegal manager, turned entrepreneur. Join us each week to get actionable strategies to fast-track your paralegal career. We’re going to do that with informative interviews, “behind the curtain” tips from management, and solo episodes where we take deep dives into areas that matter most to paralegals. Our mission is to give you tangible things that you can walk away with each week that add value to your paralegal career.

Recent Paralegal Podcast Episodes

Episode 2: It is Time to Increase Paralegal Salaries

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In this record low unemployment in the legal industry, it would be a lot easier to recruit top talent if the salary and perks were better.

Episode 1: Why Every Paralegal Should Have a Career Development Plan

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We’re also giving you a template to download a Paralegal Career Development Plan! Go to the Episode Page to get it.

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Podcast Host, Ann Pearson

Ann Pearson is the Founder of the Paralegal Boot Camp®. Ann develops training programs exclusively for paralegals and other legal professionals who work under the supervision of attorneys.

Before founding the Paralegal Boot Camp in 2010, Ms. Pearson had 20 years of experience in the legal industry.  Most recently, she was the paralegal manager at McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP, where she managed the paralegals, docket clerks, and case assistants in Atlanta, New York, and San Diego. Ann was able to significantly increase the skill set, retention rates, and profitability of McKenna’s paralegal group through methods that she now teaches at the Paralegal Boot Camp.  Before her management position, Ann was a litigation paralegal for many years at an AmLaw 50 firm, working in the antitrust, product liability, and construction litigation practice areas.

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