One of the things that Team Kimberlin has made a big deal about is the fact that I work for Aaron Walker as his paralegal. This exchange from my testimony during the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. trial will let the Gentle Reader in on the the secrets behind that work.
MR. WALKER: Without breaching any attoney-client privilege, OK, can you describe in general terms what you do for me as a paralegal.
MR. HOGE: Quite frankly, the bulk of what I do is proofreading.
MR. WALKER: OK, dyslexia —
MR. HOGE: Ah, yes. Ah, fortunately, you can type better than you can write, and thank goodness you send me mostly Word documents. But a great deal of what I do is proofreading. Another, probably the next likely thing for you to do is say, “Here’s a subject. Go to the law library or online or [unintelligible] and find me some case law.”
MR. WALKER: Is there anything else in general?
MR. HOGE: Well, occasionally, I’ll do like a factual investigation. Like “I need to know what happened at such-and-such.”
That’s it. That’s what I do as a paralegal.