Our paralegal, Glenda Murphree, brings almost 25 years of legal experience as a legal assistant and paralegal to the firm of Betz + Blevins. She graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University with a bachelor of science in management in 1998, graduating magna cum laude. She then obtained her juris doctorate in May, 2004 from the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis.
Ms. Murphree was a member of the Indiana International & Comparative Law Review and her article on “Prison Overcrowding & Confinement Conditions in the United States and Europe” was published in the European Journal of Law Reform in 2003, Vol. V, Issue 3-4. She and her husband were volunteer Guardian Ad Litems for the Johnson County Court CASA program for seven years.
Glenda is also a member of C.U.R.E. (Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants) and contributed 77 hours of pro bono work for CASA and the Protective Order Pro Bono Project of Greater Indianapolis, Inc. helping battered women, while working full time and attending law school. While she does not practice law, her love of the legal field and helping people makes her a good fit for our firm.
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