Paralegal Club Event: Working for the Federal Government with Michele Schroeder

When

Tuesday, April 2, 4:45 p.m.

Where

BIC 1407, COD (Glen Ellyn main campus )

Join us as we welcome new Paralegal Studies faculty member Michele Schroeder as our next speaker! Ms. Schroeder is teaching Advanced Legal Research and Writing this semester. She has graciously agreed to share her experiences working for the federal government with us. She worked as a paralegal for the Social Security Administration and the Small Business Administration. The U.S. Attorney’s Office hired her as a paralegal, and she went to work as an Assistant U.S. Attorney after finishing law school. For twenty years, she handled both civil and criminal cases for the office. In 2004, she became the Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney, working for former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald. Ms. Schroeder resigned from that position in 2010 and was appointed as an Administrative Judge for the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board.

Her topic will be the use of paralegals in the federal government. She will concentrate on her time in the U.S. Attorney’s Office, both as a paralegal and as one who utilized paralegals as an Assistant U.S. Attorney. This is sure to be a fascinating presentation!

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