Senior Paralegal, Sarah White, authored a recent post published in the North Carolina Bar Association Paralegal Division’s online blog. The post, “Paralegal Ethics: Are You Really Being Ethical?” addressed rules, opinions and guidelines often overlooked outside the main Rules of Ethics including maintaining competence, respect for third-person rights, confidentiality and metadata, fees related to cryptocurrency and professional independence of a lawyer pertaining to salary and bonuses.
Sarah, ACP, NCCP certified, is a senior civil litigation paralegal whose area is focused on insurance defense. She has served as Chair of the North Carolina State Bar Paralegal Certification Committee since 2017 and is NCBA Paralegal Division Treasurer, Ethics Committee Member, Bylaws Committee Co-chair and prior Council Member, and is a member of the NCADA Paralegal Division and NALA.
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