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Nov. 2, 2018

Paralegal association hosts 42nd annual October Educational Conference

Superior Court of California Commissioner Eric V. Isaac spoke about the limitless possibilities for growth that paralegals may pursue.

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From left, Terry Wright, Los Angeles Paralegal Association president, with Riverside County Superior Court Commissioner Eric V. Isaac at the 42nd annual October Educational Conference.

Riverside County Superior Court Commissioner Eric V. Isaac delivered the keynote address at the Los Angeles Paralegal Association’s 42nd annual October Educational Conference on Oct. 13 at the Los Angeles North/Glendale Hilton. More than 250 people attended, according to LAPA Executive Vice President Bobby Rimas.

“Commissioner Isaac’s speech was inspiring and a reminder about how education can be key to great change,” Rimas said. “I was honored to introduce such an accomplished individual.”

Isaac spoke about the limitless possibilities for growth that paralegals may pursue, among them law school. Rimas added that during Isaac’s time as deputy public defender, he tried more than 100 cases and in 2004 received the “Felony Attorney of the Year” award from the Riverside County Law Offices of the Public Defender. Isaac’s current assignment is family law court.

— Matt Sanderson

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Matthew Sanderson

Daily Journal Staff Writer
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