“I leave work every day knowing that no matter how crazy the day was, the people I work with had my back and value having me as part of their team.”
Crosby Bradford is the personal paralegal to Ed Wallace and assists Tim Jackson, Corey Lorenz, Mike Bowman and Tania Yusaf. Arguably, her most important and challenging task is keeping track of her five attorneys and helping them to stay on top of their very busy schedules.
Each of her attorneys has a different case load and Crosby is expected to know what is taking place in each of these cases and help out with them whenever necessary. In addition to balancing attorney projects, Crosby also works closely with the Mass Torts paralegals on large projects such as status update mailings, scheduling of depositions, contacting clients, and the inevitable project that can be too much for any one person to complete on their own. In a hybrid position such as Crosby’s, there is no “typical work week;” she is often presented with projects to complete at random intervals throughout the day and will have to adapt her schedule to make sure they are accomplished efficiently.
Crosby has been at Wexler Wallace since October 2015 and this is her first job in the legal field. She started with Wexler Wallace shortly before completing her paralegal diploma program at Milwaukee Area Technical College in December 2015. She graduated with honors from Carthage College in 2014 with her Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and Political Science.