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The Reporter January 2017

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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals BROUGHT TO YOU BY
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IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Airman Wins Air Force Paralegal of the Year
  • Four Tools to Help Make Scheduling Meetings and Appointments Simpler
  • Trip-It
  • Six Reasons Technology is Important
  • How to Produce a Court-Friendly PDF

From the President

Like you, we must have a keen eye for detail, make every deadline, stay on top of every project, and fulfill every client request, all the while keeping your needs as our highest priority.  We’ve been publishing The Discovery Update for nine years now, and, thanks to your positive feedback over the years, we continue to work on making it a useful source of information for you.

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Airman Wins Air Force Paralegal of the Year

By Senior Airman Cierra Presentado

BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan – An Airman from the 455th Air Expeditionary Wing legal office recently won the title of Air Force Paralegal of the Year, proving she is the best legal aide in the Air Force.

Master Sgt. Natasha Hoglund, 455th AEW legal office superintendent, demonstrated excellence throughout the year earning her this prestigious award.  Hoglund, deployed from Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, has performed exceptionally at home and in the Area of Responsibility.

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Four Tools to Help Make Scheduling Meetings and Appointments Simpler
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