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Adele M. Hyde
Director of Client Development
Bio

Adele has spent over twenty years with Meyer Wilson, acting as an advocate for thousands of aggrieved investors, class action members and mass tort clients. Her various roles with the firm have provided network-building opportunities for Adele to assist clients in overcoming obstacles to resolve conflicts and earn justice.

As a Paralegal Member of Ohio Association for Justice, Adele has been a featured speaker concerning best industry practices.

Adele volunteers with the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland. Adele is a graduate of Ursuline College, earning the distinction of Summa Cum Laude, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Legal Studies while completing the American Bar Association Paralegal curriculum. She is an active member of her alma mater’s Alumni Mentor Association.

Adele M. Hyde
Director of Client Development
Education

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Legal Studies
Ursuline College
Pepper Pike, OH

Community Involvement

Legal Aid Society of Cleveland

Professional Affiliations

Paralegal Member of Ohio Association for Justice

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