MEYER, BROOKS, BLOHM
AND HEARN, P.A.
131 North Gadsden Street | P.O. Box 1547 (32302) | Tallahassee, Florida 32301
phone: 850.878.5212 | fax: 850.656.6750
Meet Our Paralegals
Lynn Thomas is the Office Administrator and principal paralegal to Ron Meyer, the firmís founding partner. Lynn began her career in 1982 as a paralegal with Meyer and Brooks, P.A., the predecessor firm of Meyer, Brooks, Blohm and Hearn, P.A. Lynn has achieved the Florida Registered Paralegal (F.R.P.)* designation conferred by The Florida Bar. Lynn is also a member of the Legal Administrators Association of Tallahassee.
Darlene Aldrich joined the firm in 2012 and is the principal paralegal to firm partners Tom Brooks and Lynn Hearn. Darlene has twenty years experience as a paralegal and has earned certificates in legal assisting and medical transcribing.
LeighAnn joined the firm in 2012 and is the principal paralegal to firm partner Jennifer Blohm and associate Adam Wood. LeighAnn has a Bachelor of Arts in History from Florida State University.
*A Florida Registered Paralegal meets certain education or training criteria, work experience and registration requirements as set forth in Chapter 20 of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar. A Florida Registered Paralegal works under the direction and supervision of a lawyer who is a member of The Florida Bar and performs specifically delegated substantive legal work for which a member of The Florida Bar is responsible. A Florida Registered Paralegal is not a member of The Florida Bar and may not give legal advice or practice law. Florida Registered Paralegals must abide by a Code of Ethics and Responsibility.
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