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Symposium Spotlight: Camille Stell

By: Jason Gonzalez

On March 8th, 2019, the Wake Forest Journal of Business & Intellectual Property Law will be hosting Camille Stell, current President and CEO of Lawyers Mutual Consulting & Services to join Pegeen Turner on a discussion of how attorneys can integrate technology in their everyday legal practice.

Camille began her legal profession after graduating from Meredith College and worked as a paralegal for 10 years with Young Moore & Henderson PA. In addition to her work as a paralegal, Camille has worked with North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, as a Business Development Manager with Kennedy Covington Lobdell & Hickman, and she has served as the Chair of the Raleigh City Group, Legal Marketing Association.

Camille was a past contributing member to the NBCA Transitioning Lawyer Commission and was the chair of the NCBA Law Practice Management Section. In September of 2011, Camille was honored with being named one of 25 distinguished individuals who have bettered the legal profession through their community involvement by North Carolina Lawyer’s Weekly Leader in the Law” award.

Finally, Camille currently sits on the Pro Bono Resource Center Advisory Board. This board is comprised of 18 professionals throughout North Carolina that serve as the front-line focus group for all pro bono initiatives, and as a means to outsource pro bono resources and communications to the state of North Carolina.

Camille has traveled throughout North Carolina sharing her experience and expertise in the legal community and the legal technology sector and the Wake Forest Journal of Business & Intellectual Property Law is honored to have her join us.

Symposium Spotlight: Pegeen Turner

By: Jason Gonzalez

Pegeen Turner is the current President of Legal Cloud Technology. Legal Cloud Technology is a leader in Information Technology consulting services geared towards small and medium size law firms in North Carolina. Pegeen and her team know the rigors and demands of maintaining a digital infrastructure required of modern-day firms and assists firms of all sizes to utilize their in-house technology to create a state-of-the-art law firm.

As a graduate of James Madison University – College of Business, Pegeen has extensive experience as an IT director of numerous large law firms and currently sits as the Co-Chair of the Small Firm & Technology Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.

Pegeen will join Camille Stell of Lawyers Mutual Consulting & Services and lead a panel discussing how attorneys can continue to integrate technology in their law practice at the Wake Forest Journal of Business & Intellectual Property’s Spring 2019 Symposium.