Charlene was happy to be able to share some ideas with the news team at WTKR about legal steps to take during the corona virus outbreak. One takeaway: have a medical directive in place. See her appearance on WTKR News 3.
A Norfolk, Virginia native, Charlene Morring attended public school and became her parent’s first child to graduate college. Charlene attended Old Dominion University where she competed and was awarded the Kaufman Scholar Award, an honor given to only one student in the campus community. She earned this honor for her work in the community, academics and commitment to leadership.
Christina currently works as a paralegal, serving clients with the last name M-Z. As the paralegal to Attorney Morring, Christina assists in case management, involving coordinating all aspects of a case and ensuring appropriate steps are taken in a timely fashion. Christina loves working on big projects for the firm and drafting letters. Outside of the firm, she is taking care of her first child and loves to crochet an array of things.
As the paralegal to Attorney Morring, Taliah assists in file preparation for court, communicating with other agencies on a daily basis, and taking care of the needs of new and existing clients.