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Our team of paralegals set the industry standard for their strong educational background, attention to detail, and dedication to the Robins Kaplan family of clients.

Lisa Birchen

Lisa graduated from Winona State University in 1981 with a B.S. degree in Paralegal Studies. She started with the firm as an intern, was hired when her internship was completed, and has been at the firm ever since.

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Pam O’Brien

Pam O’Brien joined Robins Kaplan LLP in 1987, following a career path she first set for herself in high school. Her focus at the firm is in the area of medical malpractice, a field that has allowed her to gain a tremendous amount of trial experience.

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Maggie Palmisano

Maggie Palmisano is a paralegal in the Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice groups of Robins Kaplan LLP. In addition to helping clients prepare a thoughtful and logical presentation of their claims, Maggie also works to manage the databases that her team relies upon to provide effective representation.

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Erin Prax
Erin Prax

Erin chose to become a paralegal because she was looking for a career where she could put her critical thinking skills to good use, and also exercise her love of reading and writing. She particularly enjoys the problem solving and creativity inherent in building a strong case. Most of all, Erin values the opportunities she has to get to know the firm’s clients on a personal level.

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Lisa Weyrauch

Lisa Weyrauch began her career in the legal profession as a legal secretary before transitioning to the role of paralegal. As a personal injury paralegal, Lisa works closely with the firm’s clients, balancing the legal and medical aspects of her job to help injury victims prepare their cases.

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