Kristin Provost, RP®

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Working on Behalf of Paralegals throughout the State of Vermont

Kristin Provost, RP®

Ex-Officio President, Professional Liaison, Ethics Committee Chair, and Pro Bono Committee Chair

Kristin Provost, RP®, Vermont Energy Investment Corporation
128 Lakeside Avenue, Suite 401
Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: 802.540.7920

E-mail: kprovost@veic.org
Firm Website: www.veic.org

I am a paralegal at Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (“VEIC”) and specialize in the areas of contract and corporate law. I also serve as the confidential information management system coordinator for VEIC’s offices in Vermont, New Jersey, Washington DC and Ohio and as Paralegal Section for the Vermont Bar Association. Prior to joining VEIC, I worked as a regulatory, litigation, and probate paralegal for Sheehey Furlong & Behm from 2008-2013. I also worked as paralegal for the Law Office of Todd D. Schlossberg and Jarvis & Kaplan in the areas of personal injury and criminal law, respectively. In 2013, I became the 9th paralegal in the State to receive the esteemed “Registered Paralegal” designation by passing the Paralegal Advance Competency Examination offered by the National Federation of Paralegal Associations (“NFPA”). In 2012, I also received a national award from NFPA for my dedication to pro bono services including my work with victims of domestic violence. My educational experience includes a Paralegal Certificate from Champlain College in 2005 and B.S. in Paralegal Studies from Champlain College in 2007.

As Chair of the Pro Bono Committee, I am dedicated to community service and increasing volunteerism within the organization. On a personal level, I volunteer with the Salvation Army, Women Helping Battered Woman, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and the Ronald McDonald House. I also enjoy being active with my family including my finance, son, pug, and black lab.

As the Professional Liaison, I serve as a liaison between the VPO and other legal entities and various educational institutions. My purpose is to establish and maintain contact with these entities in order to promote the paralegal profession and create opportunities for both our individual members as well as for our profession in general.

As the Ethics Committee Chair, I maintain the Organization's Code of Ethics, advise the Board of Directors on ethics matters, and keep members informed of ethical issues facing the paralegal profession.


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