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Paralegal Student Wins Essay Contest

Meredith College Paralegal Program student Natalie Copeland earned first place in the North Carolina Paralegal Association (NCPA) Scholarship Essay Contest. Copeland competed against applicants from 15 statewide programs.

As first place winner, Copeland received a $400 scholarship for her tuition, a free one-year student membership to NCPA, and free registration to NCPA's Annual Seminar & Conference. Formal presentations were held at the conference.

Date Submitted: 2010-04-13

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