Morrison becomes paralegal
MARQUETTE — The law firm of Kendricks, Bordeau, Keefe, Seavoy & Larsen, P.C. announced that assistant Katelyn Morrison has successfully completed her paralegal studies and has become a certified paralegal. Morrison has been with the firm since 2016. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from Northern Michigan University and paralegal training from Central Michigan University. Morrison, who resides in Negaunee, assists the firm with estate planning, corporate, and real estate matters.
The Certified Paralegal examination program is developed by NALA The Paralegal Association, a nonprofit organization representing over 18,000 paralegals nationwide. Applicants complete a comprehensive examination on topics ranging from legal research and ethics to knowledge of the American legal system, civil litigation, business organizations, and contracts. Certified Paralegals maintain their status with periodic continuing legal education requirements. Kendricks, Bordeau, Keefe, Seavoy & Larsen, P.C. is one of Upper Michigan’s oldest and largest law firms, serving the area from offices in Marquette and Hancock. For more information, visit www.kendrickslaw.com.