Bridget has been a paralegal since 2000; her expertise is in the area of complex litigation -- having dealt effectively with large document cases concerning probate and all facets of family law. Bridget also has extensive experience in estate planning, conservatorships and guardianships. Her responsibilities include substantial contact with clients and opposing counsel in addition to reviewing discovery, coordinating and responding to discovery requests, preparing and organizing documents and exhibits for trial, drafting and filing pleadings.
In addition to her career in the legal field, Bridget earned a Bachelor's Degree from National University in Criminal Justice Administration with a minor in Legal Studies in 2005. Bridget earned a Master’s Degree in Human Behavior also with National University in 2012. Bridget has completed extensive training in handling cases for domestic violence victims specifically in emergency protective orders and temporary restraining orders.
In her free time, Bridget enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running and training in martial arts.
PAST COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), Voices for Children
A local non-profit providing volunteer advocacy services for San Diego County foster children
Master’s Degree, Human Behavior, National University, 2012.
Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice Administration, National University, 2005.
Paralegal Certificate/Associates Degree, Kelsey-Jenney College, 1999. Dean’s List.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
San Diego Paralegal Association
Association of Legal Administrators