After nearly two decades of working as a paralegal for a medical malpractice attorney, I suddenly found myself relocating back to my small Montana hometown. Though a perfect choice for my family, the move left me reeling and without the opportunity to work in the field I had grown to love. So, in an effort to keep my foot in the legal field, so to speak, I created a way to stay home with our children while putting my paralegal experience to work in another aspect of the legal field. Scoping. Scoping has been a natural fit for me with my strong background in legal and medical terminology, legal procedure, writing and editing legal documents, and punctuation and grammar.
As a graduate of ISS, I am proud to be called a scopist. I am excited about my profession and in providing the utmost in professionalism to my scoping clientele.
Internet Scoping School
University of Montana - Western
Associate Degree - Business/Information Technology
Montana State University
Moore, Cockrell, Goicoechea & Johnson
Hammer, Hewitt & Sandler
Glacier Insurance and Financial Strategies
Grammar & Punctuation
Morson's English Guide for Court Reporters
Margie Wakeman Wells' resources