Special to the Mirror

ARLINGTON - Cheryl Moseley, PLS, CP, TSC, was installed as President of the Texas Association of Legal Professionals during its 52nd annual meeting in Arlington, Texas.

She is an active member of the multi-level association which includes Arlington Legal Professionals Association and NALS, the association of legal professionals.

Moseley has been in the legal field for over 23 years and is employed as a paralegal at the law firm of Quilling, Selander, Cummiskey & Lownds in Dallas.

She received her PLS (the advanced certification for the legal professionals) from NALS in September 1991, her specialty certification in Texas civil litigation from the Texas Institute of Specialty Certification in 1999, and her certification as a paralegal from the National Association of Legal Assistants in 2003.

Moseley was elected and installed as President-Elect of the Texas Association of Legal Professionals during its 51st annual meeting in Lubbock in 2006.

Cheryl resides in Midlothian with her husband, Steve, and daughter, Meghan, and is an active member of First Baptist Church in Midlothian.

Formed on May 27, 1955, the Texas Association of Legal Professionals is the oldest legal support organization in the state. Its membership is composed of legal secretaries, paralegals, legal assistants, receptionists, bookkeepers, court reporters, process servers, and corporate legal departments, making it the only inclusive legal professional association in Texas. The Association offers members and non-members enrichment in their profession through continuing legal education, certification, and networking.