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EMPLOYMENT HISTORY: 2/08 NET TRANSCRIPTS to Present Contract transcription work for Net Transcripts.

Duties include transcription of court proceedings and hearings in criminal law for various courts, D.A.s off ices, Public Defender offices and municipalities across the country along with L aw Enforcement transcriptions for various agencies. Utilization of EScribe soft ware, foot pedal and noise canceling head phones with ability to utilize both Mi crosoft Word and WordPerfect. Additionally have a Microsoft Office Live Busines s account and high speed cable internet. Typing speed of 85 wpm with 98% accura cy and have fully equipped home office. 2/07 SPEAK-WRITE TRANSCRIPTION SERVICES to 3/08 Contract transcription work with Speak-Write Transcription Services performing l egal transcription. Prior experience in several types of law working at both la rge and small Dallas firms. Experience in Civil Litigation, Family Law, Real Es tate and Banking, Personal Injury and Insurance Defense and Criminal. For more detailed information, please see below. 1/96 LVK CONSULTANTS to 2/07 Freelance litigation secretary and additional light accounting duties. 12/94 LAW OFFICE OF ARLEN D. SPIDER BYNUM to 01/96 Assisted two litigation attorneys in personal injury, insurance defense, civil l itigation and class action suit. Responsibilities including letter composition, drafting of litigation pleadings, preparation and filing of pleadings with vario us courts, drafting of class action pleadings and filing same with the Court via the Courts BBS electronic filing system, extensive interaction with federal, di strict and county courts, as well as with insurance companies, setting up litiga tion files, acquisition of medical records of clients, scheduling depositions, a ssistance in all phases of trial preparation, scheduling various travel accommod ations. Conferences with county and state offices and other attorneys. Maintai ning attorneys calendars and overflow for other attorneys in the firm as require d. 06/94 COLLINS, NORMAN & BASINGER, P.C. to Legal Secretary to Michael J. Collins, Managing Partner 12/94 Assisted Managing Partner, one litigation Partner, one Real Estate and Banking P artner and one litigation Associate, in family law, civil litigation, as well as handling all general offices procedures. Responsibilities including letter comp osition, drafting of litigation and family pleadings, preparation and filing of pleadings with various courts, extensive interaction with federal, district and county courts, setting up litigation files, posting of time entry, correction of billing memos, extensive administration duties, scheduling depositions, assista nce in all phases of trial preparation, scheduling various travel accommodations , preparation of law clerk functions. Conferences with county and state offices and other attorneys. Maintaining attorneys calendars, scheduling of activities for associates, and overflow for other attorneys in the firm as required. Addit ionally, was responsible for Little Sandy Hunting & Fishing Club, Indian Guides as well as various soccer and basketball activities. Initiation of policies and

procedures as they pertain to the running of the firm, handled all bank deposit s, manual escrow accounting, setting up accounts with vendors, ordering and inve ntorying office supplies, all receptionist and mail room personnel duties and se t up of accounting systems for billing on long distance, copies and postage char ges. 5/93 SMITH & UNDERWOOD to Legal Secretary to Michael J. Collins, Senior Partner and Head of Litigation Dept. 06/94 Assisted one partner (head of litigation) and two litigation attorneys in family law and civil litigation. Responsibilities including letter composition, drafti ng of litigation and family pleadings, preparation and filing of pleadings with various courts, extensive interaction with federal, district and county courts, setting up litigation files, posting of time entry, correction of billing memos, extensive administration duties, scheduling depositions, assistance in all phas es of trial preparation, scheduling various travel accommodations, preparation o f law clerk functions. Conferences with county and state offices and other attor neys. Maintaining attorneys calendars, scheduling of activities for associates, and overflow for other attorneys in the firm as required. Additionally, was re sponsible for Little Sandy Hunting & Fishing Club, Indian Guides as well as vari ous soccer and basketball activities. 8/91 Freelance litigation secretary/accounting; provide training on WordPerfect to 5.0 and 5.1 5/93 12/90 ROBINS, KAPLAN, MILLER & CIRESI to Legal Secretary 8/91 Assisted two litigation attorneys in civil litigation as well as criminal. Resp onsibilities including letter composition, drafting of litigation pleadings, pre paration and filing of pleadings with various courts, extensive interaction with federal, district and county courts, setting up litigation files, posting of ti me entry, extensive administration duties, scheduling depositions, assistance in all phases of trial preparation, scheduling various travel accommodations, prep aration of law clerk functions, maintaining various client development projects. Conferences with county and state offices and other attorneys. Maintaining at torneys calendars, scheduling of activities for associates, and overflow for oth er attorneys in the firm as required. Conducted staff training on WordPerfect. 11/89 JACKSON & WALKER, A Professional Corporation to Legal Secretary 12/90 Assisted Senior Partner and two Associates in Civil Litigation, Real Estate and Banking law. Responsibilities including letter composition, preparation and fil ing of pleadings with various courts, preparation of trial notebooks, extensive interaction with federal, district and county courts, setting up litigation file s, posting time entry, extensive administration duties, scheduling depositions, assistance in all phases of trial preparation, scheduling various travel accommo dations, foreclosure and closing binders, closing documentation and foreclosure documentation, leasing transactions, filing real estate documentation with vario us counties. Conferences with county and state offices and other attorneys. Ma intaining partners and associates calendars, scheduling of activities for partne r and associates, and overflow for other attorneys in the firm as required. 11/88 CLEMENTS, ALLEN & WARREN to Legal Secretary/Paralegal 11/89 Assisted two litigation attorneys as well as overflow documentation for all corp

orate, real estate and litigation attorneys of the firm. Responsibilities inclu ding letter composition, drafting litigation pleadings, drafting demand letters, court filings, document indexes, research indexes, preparing trial notebooks, m aintaining state and federal libraries, drafting Mechanics and Materialmans Lien s, preparing liens for filing, conferences with county, district and federal cou rts, conferences with attorneys, preparing and maintaining individual and attorn ey docket, filing, opening files, entering time sheets for all litigation attorn eys and individual time sheets, routing attorney incoming calls, relief receptio nist, assisting in billing, office administration and other duties as required. 8/87 TEXAS AMERICAN BANK/RICHARDSON, N.A. to Loan Secretary 6/88 Assisted two Senior Vice Presidents. Responsibilities including preparation of all correspondence, loan and collateral documentation, credit inquiries, all loa n operations duties, paid out loan documentation, extensive interaction with cli ent companies and bank executives, all correspondence regarding delinquent loans and repossessed assets of the bank, receiving loan payments, loan payoffs, in a ddition to preparing and compiling reports for the Board of Directors meetings. 3/87 REELS ON WHEELS to Co-owner 8/87 Responsibilities including opening and establishing video tape delivery service for institutional accounts. Primary customers were retirement homes, nursing ho mes, day care centers, churches and limited residential. All cold calls to esta blish above accounts. 9/85 UNIVERSITY NATIONAL BANK to Loan Processor 3/87 Responsibilities including all collateral and loan documentation, setting up new and renewed loans on computer system, posting payments to computer, receiving p ayoffs on loans and releasing collateral, setting up credit files for new loans, as well as extensive interaction with client companies and bank executives. 11/83 NASH PHILLIPS/COPUS, INC. to Assistant Manager/Leasing Consultant 9/85 Responsibilities including rent collection, filing on delinquent rents, making d eposits, balancing and closing out journals at month end, security deposit refun ds, weekly transmittals, rent rolls, petty cash vouchers, weekly vacancy reports , showing and leasing of apartments and duplexes, color selects on new inventory , negotiate Locator Agreements, advertising, marketing and promotion of properti es, scheduling maintenance personnel, setting up new offices, preparing all leas ing contracts, arranging locator parties and assisting sales personnel with leas e information on closings. SKILLS: Successful experience interfacing with the public, various management le vels, and co-workersKexcellent organizational skillsKable to prioritize and meet deadlinesKdetail orientedKextensive knowledge of letter and pleading compositio nKcommunicates in a clear, concise mannerKable to maintain rapport with customer s and employees and provides optimum follow-up to ensure satisfaction. General office experience currently utilizing both desk top and laptop Dell comp uters. High-speed Cable Internet Connection KWindows 95, 98, 2000, ME, XP Pro a nd Vista including remote accessKNumerous versions of WordPerfectKMicrosoft Word 7.0KVarious versions of Quickbooks Accountants EditionKExcelKtyping skills of 9 5 words per minute with 98% accuracyK10 key by touchKfacsimile machinesKGeneral Ledger...Accounts PayableKAccounts ReceivableKBank ReconciliationsKGeneration of

Financial Statements, and credit and collections. EDUCATION: Richland College/Dallas, Texas (Curriculum included Principles of Accounting I, Biology, Psychology, English and Government) Grade Point Average: 3.6 Richland College/Dallas, Texas (Curriculum included WordPerfect 4.0 during Summer Session II, 1988) Tom Hopkins Closing Seminar/Austin, Texas Austin Community College/Austin, Texas (Curriculum included Principles of Real Estate I) San Antonio College/San Antonio, Texas (Curriculum included Real Estate Finance and Real Estate Marketing) RLS Closing School/San Antonio, Texas American College of Real Estate/San Antonio, Texas (Curriculum included Real Estate Law I and Real Estate Law II)