Dorie Robinson, Paralegal
Dorie is an experienced paralegal who was also enrolled in the APR6 Law Clerk Program of the Washington State Bar Association, an alternative to law school as a means of learning the law and qualifying to sit for the State’s Bar Exam for admission to practice law as an attorney at law. She was featured in the article “Law School: Who Needs It?” in the National Law Journal.
Her first job as a paralegal was learning from and working with Stevens County Superior Court Judge Pat Monasmith, when he was in private practice. Subsequently, she has worked for 4 different attorneys in Stevens County, finally hiring with Pruitt-Hamm Law & Mediation in 2006. She has worked on a wide range of legal matters, including: Family Law; Elder Law; Estate Planning; Probate; Guardianships; Divorce; Personal Injury; Real Estate closings and refinance; Dependencies; At-Risk Youth (ARY); Child in Need of Services (CHINS); Criminal Defense; Involuntary Treatment Act; Adoptions; Mediation; Collection; Anti-Harassment, Domestic Violence Protection; and Vulnerable Adult Protection.
Dorie now works as a “virtual paralegal” from her home, using modern remote work technologies. Paralegals with similar levels of experience in King County are charged out at $225 or more per hour; whereas Dorie is charged out at $180 per hour. She can be reached directly at email@example.com.