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The Paralegal Voice covers the latest issues and trends in the world of paralegals and legal assistants. Started by Vicki Voisin, The Paralegal Mentor and now hosted by Carl Morrison, Devoted to Law, and Jill I. Francisco, the Passionate Paralegal. The award winning show invites leading paralegals and legal professionals to discuss a range of topics from career tips and tactics to writing skills and hiring trends. The Paralegal Voice is a comprehensive educational resource for paralegals and ...
 
In a block of flats in Paris a small group of neighbours enjoy friendly relations. Billie, a young foreign student is welcomed by Rosa, the doyenne of the group. She gets to grips with life in Paris with Zirek, a private car hire driver, Amir, a young florist from Afghanistan, Diane, Pierre and their three children. Les voisins du 12 bis, a bilingual radio story in 13 episodes for immersive listening to learn French in everyday situations.
 
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The Great Exchange: Your Ticket to Life Lessons From the Movies

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The Great Exchange: Your Ticket to Life Lessons From the Movies

Melissa G Wilson, Billy Dexter, Shevaun Voisin, Colin Egglesfield, actor (special guest)

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“We’ve all had them. Goosebump giving, life-transforming, other-worldly conversations we wish could last forever! Out of nowhere and in perfect timing, they shift our perspective and the trajectory of our lives. Meet Melissa Wilson, Billy Dexter, and Shevaun Voisin on the bridge of all possibility to engage first-hand, in “The Great Exchange." Here space is held for divergent views on the movies we love, the books we cherish, and the values we embody. Join us as we grow a nurturing community ...
 
This is a podcast for people somewhere in between believer and skeptic. Whether it's aliens, bigfoot, or just creepy Dan down the hall, we'll talk about it. Feedback, reviews, subs, and all are super appreciated, but we want to talk to you as well, so connect with us on Twitter and Facebook: @SkepSkepPod on both! Or visit our website at SkepticalSkeptics.com!
 
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New year, new … job? The legal field is struggling to find paralegals and fill vacancies during the “Great Resignation.” For paralegals, that creates opportunities to break into the field or to advance your career. Guest Tony Sipp, a paralegal manager for a national law firm, says it’s more important now than ever for paralegal professionals to kno…
 
Sweden's Princess Cecilia was: a teenage party girl, short-lived BFF to Elizabeth I, leader of a pirate fleet, successful diplomat, a petty queen who lived for drama, and our newest tits out icon!! References: Allison Epstein's Dirtbags Through The Ages newsletter Recommended books on Bookshop.org Support Vulgar History on Patreon Vulgar History Me…
 
Ash Voisine was a business and entrepreneurship graduate but when a teacher of her child admitted that they can’t help the child, she decided to homeschool her kids. She looked for other ways to teach with programs like the Orton-Gillingham system. She’s now finishing her master’s degree in special education. This week, we talked to Ash Voisine abo…
 
Carl is joined by Ki Hwang and Bob Roberts of Bright Line Counsel, an Alternative Legal Service Provider (ALSP). Learn how the field is not only streamlining legal ops and more efficiently serving clients, but also creating exciting opportunities for paralegal professionals. Hear how today’s paralegals can leverage their project management and tech…
 
Children with dyslexia often have brilliant and incredible stories to share in their heads but always struggle to get them out and put them into words. A lot of the time, their imagination and creativity go beyond what was required in the question and they get so overwhelmed halfway that they ended up leaving it unfinished. Going off-topic is a com…
 
Author Lucy Jago joins us to discuss her new book, A Net For Small Fishes. This historical fiction novel explores the real-life story of Frances Howard and her companion Anne Turner, both of whom were found guilty of involvement in the murder of Sir Thomas Overbury. But real talk, if you've ever listened to this podcast you know who Frances Howard …
 
This week, we had a lovely conversation with Katrina Cochrane, the head of education and policy for the British Dyslexia Association. Katrina has had a wide range of knowledge regarding dyslexia for the past few decades but we focused on what’s happening with dyslexia in the workplace. As dyspraxic herself, Katrina was exposed to the struggles and …
 
Host Jill Francisco talks with veteran paralegal (and BFF) Nancy Jordahl about opportunities for paralegals outside the office. Jordahl regularly writes for paralegal and legal professional journals and is a regular speaker at paralegal conferences. Learn how to get started, find opportunities, and create the content professionals want (and need). …
 
Catherine Monvoisin, aka La Voisin was a thriving entrepreneur/sorceress in 17th century France. She provided cosmetics, potions, charms, demonic rituals, and midwifery services to people of all classes. But one of her clients was the King’s mistress and they both got caught up in a witch hunt scenario called The Affair Of The Poisons. References: …
 
Life Lessons from the Movies: “Something Borrowed” with Colin Egglesfield There is a resurgence, on Netflix currently at top 8, of the 2011 romantic-comedy film Something Borrowed starring Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Colin Egglesfield. In this episode, we are joined by Colin Egglesfield as he deep dives into the themes of the movie, its subt…
 
Life Lessons from Movies: From “Crash” to “Fight Club” and “Something Borrowed” “It's interesting that we seem to all kind of get close to movies, that at the core, it's always about the connection that people have with each other. And it's just such a great metaphor for life. But as you go through life, sometimes you really forget that, how powerf…
 
Mary Shelley (1797-1851) was the calm in the eye of the storm that was literally everyone in her life: her parents, her stepmother, her stepsister, her husband, her husband's BFF, literally EVERYONE was the most chaotic and she somehow stands out for just keeping it together all these years. She was the ultimate Goth Queen Mom Friend, casually inve…
 
Elizabeth Woodville was the first commoner AND the first English woman to marry an English King (in the most super secret sexy wedding ever??), but more importantly for Halloween reasons, was maybe descended from a mythical Luxembourgese mermaid-witch-goddess. References: Royal Witches: Witchcraft and the Nobility in Fifteenth-Century England by Ge…
 
In this episode of The Great Exchange—Your Ticket to Growth Through Life Lessons from the Movies, Shevaun, Billy, and Melissa talk about the life-changing themes of the movies Four Weddings and a Funeral, Glory, and Love Actually. First off, Shevaun shares her insights on why she loves Four Weddings and a Funeral and why, while others would talk ab…
 
Join movie lovers, Billy Dexter, a values-led business executive and networker along with Shevaun Voisin, sculptor of stories that shine light, dissolve boundaries, and challenge the status quo, and Melissa G Wilson, best-selling author, book publisher, and ardent philanthropist, and young and new adult mentor, as they explore the ripe world of mov…
 
It’s not just the poor. Even the middle class struggles with a complex and costly American legal system. Our guest, Toni Marsh, JD, is a professor and director at the George Washington University School of Law Paralegal Studies program and a fierce advocate for the role of paralegals. The paralegal profession is in flux. As Americans struggle to ac…
 
All good things must come to an end, and so it is with this three-part exploration of the legend that was FREDEGUND! Her story concludes with yet more innovative military victories, unrelenting badassery, and some info about how she lived during an Ice Age (???). Then comes the moment we're all waiting for: how will this one of a kind Queen score o…
 
In part two of this Super Special, we delve into Fredegund's Warrior Queen Era as well as learning more about her Wile E. Coyote-like relationship to Brunhilda. Also: absinthe! And: Breton stripes! References: The Dark Queens: The Bloody Rivalry That Forged The Medieval World by Shelley Puhak Recommended books on Bookshop.org Support Vulgar History…
 
Fredegund, Queen of Neustria was a 6th century enslaved girl turned Queen turned regent turned maybe my fav historical person. This is part one of a two part super special episode, because there's too much info to put into one hour. In this part, we learn about who tf were the Merovingian Frankish dynasty, why was Fredegund's sister-in-law Brunhild…
 
This week, I have invited Lois Letchford, a returning guest here in Dyslexia Explored, to talk about her recently published research paper through the International Literacy Association titled “Moving beyond Decoding: Teaching Pronoun Resolution to Develop Reading Comprehension”. In her paper, Lois Letchford and her co-author, Timothy Rasinski, ide…
 
The legal profession was already going online and high-tech. But COVID disruptions, working from home, and remote legal processes have supercharged those changes. Are you up to speed? Host Jill Francisco – a veteran paralegal and classroom instructor – interviews attorney and longtime professor Todd Richardson about today’s classroom experience. It…
 
Have you tried studying another language? We all know it can be extremely hard to learn something you are not used to. Now, imagine what a child with dyslexia feels after moving to a country with a very different language. Learning a language is hard enough, but to learn another language while you are still learning to read with dyslexia is dauntin…
 
This week, I had an interesting conversation with Elizabeth Trudeau, a mother of a daughter with dyslexia. Elizabeth wants to share her passion, a project she just completed which initially started when she wanted to help her child understand her dyslexia. She noticed that her child responded greatly to stories about other professionals with dyslex…
 
Doña Ana de Mendoza was a 16th century Spanish princess who wore a goddamn eyepatch for no reason anyone could figure out, and if that isn't enough to interest you, I don't know what else to say to convince you. Recommended books on Bookshop.org Support Vulgar History on Patreon Vulgar History Merch Vulgar History is an affiliate of Bookshop.org, w…
 
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