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Therese ''Teri'' Cannon: Law school dean and author stays close to paralegal roots

published January 10, 2005

Regan Morris
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Teri Cannon was one of the first certified paralegals, graduating from the University of West Los Angeles in 1973. She'd been working for a small law firm and intended to attend law school. The firm suggested she check out the paralegal program along the way.

"I was working in a law firm that was affiliated with the University of West L.A., and they told me about this program that was starting up and sort of invited me to apply," she said. "I always knew that I would go to law school eventually. It was kind of just along the pathway of going to law school. After I went through the paralegal program, I finished my undergraduate degree at UCLA and went to Loyola Law School."

From the start of her career, Ms. Cannon pursued opportunities in higher education. After she finished her paralegal certificate, she went to work for the University of West Los Angeles, or UWLA, in the placement office. She continued to work at the university while she finished her degree at UCLA and throughout law school at Loyola. She eventually became dean of the paralegal program and then dean of the law school.

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