National Association of Legal Assistants, St. Louis, MO,
Certified Legal Assistant Examination, 1994
National Academy for Paralegal Studies,
Paralegal Degree, 1994
Missouri State University,
B.S., Communications, 1991
Washington University in St. Louis,
Master of Liberal Arts Program, 1996-1997
National Association of Legal Assistants
St. Louis Paralegal Association
Thompson Coburn LLP
Paralegal, 2001-2004; 2011-Present
Paralegal Supervisor, 2004-2011
McLin, Burnsed, Morrison, Johnson, Newman & Roy, PA, Leesburg, FL
Legal Assistant, 2000-2001
Hedman, Gibson & Costigan LLC, New York, NY
White & Case LLP, New York, NY
Senior Paralegal, 1999-2000
Thompson Coburn LLP, St. Louis, MO
Brasher Law Firm, St. Louis, MO
Dana is a paralegal in the business immigration practice area of the Firm. She prepares immigrant and non-immigrant visa petitions, and applications for U.S. work and international travel authorizations to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and the U.S. Department of State for employees of the Firm's corporate clients.
Dana also has experience working as a case manager and paralegal for admiralty, maritime, railroad, product liability, toxic tort and intellectual property litigation matters. She is able to handle all paralegal aspects of a litigation matter, including discovery and document production, database and records management, trial, arbitration and mediation.
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