PD Superstar and Ambassador
Posted by Texas Paralegal Division Blogger at email@example.com on December 5, 2012
Patricia Giuliano of San Antonio is one of many Paralegal Division superstars and an Ambassador.
Patti became a member of the Paralegal Division (PD) of the State Bar of Texas in 2001. She is the immediate past president of the Paralegal Division, serving in that leadership role in fiscal year 2007-2008. Patti’s first volunteer experience with the PD was in 2003 co-chairing the Socials Sub-Committee of the LAU (now TAPS) Planning Committee, and then served as Co-Chair of the Annual Meeting Planning Committee in 2004. Subsequent to the Annual Meeting she was elected to serve as director of District 5. She was elected by the Board of Directors as President-elect in 2006-2007. Patti continued her service following her presidency as the TAPS 2008 Planning Committee Chair and subsequently served on the TAPS 2009 Planning Committee.
In addition to working with the Division, Patti has also been active on the Board for the Alamo Area Professional Legal Assistants, Inc. having served as the Professional Development Director in 2002-03, and was elected Treasurer for the 2003-04 Board year.
In addition to her paralegal organization affiliations, Patti also serves as the Volunteer Coordinator for the San Antonio Bar Association’s Community Justice Program, and has served on the San Antonio Bar Foundation’s Courthouse Fun Run Committee since 2001.
Professionally speaking, Patti is an intellectual property paralegal with Cox Smith Matthews Incorporated, and has over ten years experience working in this field of. Prior to her IP days, she worked in medical malpractice defense and practiced in corporate and estate planning law as well. All told, she has worked in the legal field for over 20 years.
Patti is married to Steve Giuliano and they have two great kids and one beautiful granddaughter. Having traveled throughout the United States as a military wife (now retired), she has been fortunate enough to gain experience with the legal process outside the state of Texas in such places as California, Indiana, and Ohio. She attended Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, and received her degree in paralegal studies from the ABA-approved program at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio.
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