The definition of “original document” in the Macmillan Dictionary states, “Existing at the beginning of a period or process, before any changes have been made.” It is no secret that hundreds if not thousands of pieces of paper pass through a paralegal’s hands each day. We are charged with the responsibility of organizing, indexing and being aware of the location of those documents at all times. It is crucial that paralegals understand the importance of tucking away the original documents for safe keeping. This is where a working copy comes into play. I have relied upon my working copy to save the day on countless occasions.
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