CARMELLA GREACEN, SENIOR CORPORATE PARALEGAL

CARMELLA GREACEN, SENIOR CORPORATE PARALEGAL PDF

Carmella Greacen is a Senior Corporate Paralegal with Sklar Kirsh LLP. She has over 30 years of legal experience in many areas of the law, including corporate/transactional, trust and probate, family law, civil litigation, real property, construction defects, entertainment, and environmental law, accumulated while working with solo practitioners, in-house counsel, an AM Law 100 law firm and prestigious boutiques around the country.

Prior to joining Sklar Kirsh LLP, she was the Senior Corporate Paralegal at Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger LLP, specializing in corporate and transactional matters including mergers and acquisitions, entity formation, organization and governance, research and coordination of private and public securities offerings and minority and women-owned business certifications. She is a past editor of the Los Angeles Paralegal Association Reporter (“LAPA”) and served on the West Los Angeles College Advisory Committee during its quest for ABA certification of its paralegal program.

Her background also includes stints in broadcasting, advertising, real estate brokerage, property management, event planning and public relations. She was named Coles County Realtor-Associate of the year while completing her B.A. studies at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois and is formally qualified as a paralegal in California under Section 6450 of the California Business and Professions Code.

She was raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where her children and grandchildren reside in the surrounding metropolitan area.

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