Domnitz & Domnitz Paralegal Corinne Dulak Named Paralegal of the Year
December 13, 2018 (Madison) Corinne R. Dulak, a Paralegal at Milwaukee's Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C., was honored last week by the Wisconsin Association for Justice (WAJ) as the 2018 Paralegal of the Year.
In her 18 years with Domnitz & Domnitz and its predecessor firms, Corinne has performed every component task of case and litigation management. She is highly capable in everything from client intake to drafting to pulling together the components of a claim to trial preparation and litigation support.
"From the first day we founded our new firm in 2004, Corinne has been the glue that held the firm together. She has doubled as office administrator and tripled as office manager. There is not a single aspect of our firm's practice in which Corinne is not involved, and her work in every area is beyond outstanding," said Ric Domnitz, founder of Domnitz & Domnitz.
Corinne has also been deeply involved with WAJ, not only serving as program coordinator for many paralegal seminars, but also pulling together dozens of seminars for attorneys, including the annual winter seminar for over a decade.
About the Paralegal of the Year Award:
The Paralegal of the Year Award is presented to a paralegal that has consistently demonstrated knowledge of the law, perseverance in their cases and to their attorneys' clients, superior paralegal skills and whose commitment and overall attitude is an inspiration to other paralegals. Paralegals perform crucial work in helping their law firms get justice on their clients' behalf. We hope that this award will help to bring well deserved attention to the crucial role that paralegals play in our civil justice system. Corinne is the 3rd annual recipient following the award's creation in 2016.
About WAJ: The Wisconsin Association for Justice was founded in 1957. As the largest statewide voluntary bar association, it's mission is ensuring a fair and effective judicial system and the protection of the Constitutional right to a civil jury trial.