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Ms. Corder joined the firm in 2010 and serves as a paralegal and administrator for the firm. Prior to her career as a paralegal, she worked in the banking industry. After deciding to pursue a career as a paralegal, she earned her Associate Degree in Paralegal Studies at Saint Petersburg College. Upon graduation, she began her career as a paralegal, assisting with litigation, data compilation and entry, and research.
Ms. Greene joined the firm in 2019 and serves as a litigation paralegal. Ms. Greene is a highly experienced litigation paralegal with more than 15 years’ experience. She earned her Associates Degree in criminal justice in her hometown of Schenectady, N.Y. Subsequently, Ms. Greene relocated to Tampa Bay and began working in the legal profession as a receptionist at a family law firm. It was there her love affair of all things law related began, and her hunger for knowledge ultimately led her to a career as a paralegal with extensive experience in bankruptcy, business litigation, probate and guardianship administration, and trust and estate litigation.
Ms. Ross joined the firm in 2012 and serves as a litigation paralegal. Ms. Ross is a highly experienced litigation paralegal with more than 25 years’ experience. She has experience in many areas of the law, including complex civil litigation, mass and class actions, family law, labor and employment law, ERISA and FLSA law, public education law, social security appeals, and insurance coverage defense. In addition to her extensive experience as a litigation paralegal in large and small firms, she has served as a Judicial Assistant to a United States District Court Magistrate Judge and as a Judicial Assistant to an appellate court judge. She has served as Editor and contributor for the Federal Judicial Assistants Association’s national newsletter, and as a United States District Court beta tester for CM/ECF and WordPerfect on the national level. Ms. Ross currently serves as a director for the Florida Paralegal Association, Pinellas County.