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Beth Barrett


Beth Barrett is a litigation paralegal at Barrett & Farahany with extensive legal experience.

In her support of attorneys, Beth investigates a client's claims, interviews the witnesses involved in the matter, prepares for depositions, and reviews the evidence to determine what could be missing. Beth excels at developing the timeline of events and searching for the “red flags” that need further research to successfully develop the case.

Beth enjoys building a relationship with each client and is readily available for a client that has questions or needs updates on their case.

Beth first worked for Barrett & Farahany from 2001 to 2005. She returned to the firm in 2012 and has been with the firm ever since. Beth began her legal career in the 1980s and has worked at five law firms as a paralegal and as a case manager. She also has experience in the insurance industry.

Beth earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a specialty in pre-law and English from Bowling Green State University. She also studied English at Ohio Northern University. Beth has several certificates from Keenan Trial Institute and has additional training in witness investigations.

Beth served as a Girl Scout Leader for her young daughters and as a competitive swim team coach for nearly 15 years with the YMCA and other club teams.

In her free time, Beth enjoys the beach, camping, biking, snowmobiling, gardening, cooking, and reading.


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