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Meet More of the Team at Silver & Archibald

July 15, 2013

In addition to the high quality of service and attention you will receive from the attorneys at Silver & Archibald, there are other important members of the team that you may interact with as a client. Meet three of the firm’s outstanding paralegals:

Say hello to Julie McCoy
Julie started as the first paralegal at what is now Silver & Archibald 22 years ago. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from University of Georgia and completing paralegal school at the National Center for Paralegal Training, Julie began working for Kent Silver at the firm’s Hill Street office. Through the years, Julie has enjoyed helping people navigate through a system that, she admits, “can sometimes be complicated.” She enjoys researching and attending hearings as needed. When she’s not working, Julie loves to spend time with her family at the lake.  She also enjoys giving back to the community by volunteering at the local food bank.

Getting to know Gwenda Alexander
You may have met Gwenda at Silver & Archibald’s Milledge Avenue office. She works with Benjamin Johnson and has been at the firm since 2002. Gwenda finds career fulfillment by successfully assisting her clients to obtain their Social Security disability. “Helping to enrich people’s lives and health is very rewarding,” she says. Gwenda holds undergraduate degrees in both paralegal studies and business administration and is pursuing a master’s degree in business administration at Piedmont College. She loves to read and spends her weekends visiting flea markets and driving in the North Georgia mountains.

Meet Pilar Pagés
Pilar has worked with Art Archibald as a paralegal for the firm since 2003. She holds an undergraduate degree in psychology from University of Georgia and is pursuing a master’s degree in pastoral studies from Loyola University. She believes whole-heartedly that working for Silver & Archibald means “not only serving our clients, but the community at large.” Pilar appreciates that the firm supports various charity events and non-profit organizations (see story below). “Because we encounter many who are struggling and suffering, this firm has a heightened sensitivity for the needs of the vulnerable and marginalized,” she says. “It is for this reason that I find meaning in the work I do here.” In her spare time, Pilar enjoys exploring other parts of the world. Just last year, she hiked in Northern Spain, and she plans to hike the foothills of Northern England in 2013.