University of Montana, B.A.
Alisia grew up in a small town in Southern Oregon. She moved to Montana in 2007 to attend the University of Montana School of Journalism, graduating with honors in 2011. After a stint as a small-town journalist and adjunct journalism professor, Alisia decided to switch career paths and moved toBozeman to work as an intern at the Goetz Law Firm. Alisia quickly discovered her passion for the legal field and decided to become a paralegal.
Alisia is one of around 100 certified paralegals in the state of Montana.She loves trial work and has assisted on several jury trials, many hearings, and specializes in electronic courtroom presentation. Alisia has spoken at several continuing education seminars sponsored by the Institute for Paralegals and the National Business Institute, and feels strongly about mentoring and advocating for paralegals.
Alisia is the President of Montana’s Paralegal/Legal Assistant organization, called MALA. She is also a member of the National Association of Legal Assistants & Paralegals, and the Paralegal Section of the MontanaState Bar Association.