Sherrye's specialties are persuasive, authoritative, company profiles, articles, writing contract offers, affidavits, memos, emails, research articles on various topics, editing, and proof reading.
Sherrye's interests are Legal writing, creative writing, research, analyzing content, self-improvement, blog posts, company profiles, editing, and proof reading.
While attending Lincoln University, Sherrye's course work ranged from the analysis of Political Theory to the research and numerous writing assignments she completed in Historical Perspectives. She also participated in a number of clubs and societies.
While attending the University of Baltimore's Masters program in Legal Ethics, Sherrye preformed extensive research and writing on legal topics. In this program she perfected the skill of legal writing through drafting legal memos of law and analytical research papers on statutes.
Sherrye has worked for a private law firm as a paralegal supervisor for over 5 years. She has worked on numerous writing,editing, and proofreading projects. She has drafted letters to clients requesting specific information, affidavits, contract offers, legal briefs, memos, pleadings, and complaints. Additionally, she has proofread hundreds of contract offers, affidavits, form letters, and consultation reports.
Sherrye has written self improvement blog posts about negativity, healthy eating, and exercise.
Sherrye has written a number of company profile articles for Maryland Associated for Non profit organizations Standards for Excellence program. She reviewed each non profit's mission statements, interviewed their staff, and compared the information to see if they qualified for the standards for excellence program under the current criteria.
Sherrye has drafted direct mailing form letters to clients requesting specific information such as change of address, medical records, social security authorization forms, answers to interrogatories, and other requests.