Renee Bourdess is a graduate of an American Bar Association accredited paralegal program and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism. She brings compassion to family law clients and enjoys helping personal injury clients become financially whole after an accident.
Renee will be heavily involved in your case by serving as a conduit of information between you and your attorney, drafting pleadings on your behalf for attorney review, gathering information, and other important matters. While she can not advise you on your case, she will often be able to answer your questions about progress on it. Feel free to call her anytime you have a question or concern.
Renee loves to research and write about the law. You can read some of her articles on our blog page.
Renee is a K-State Master Naturalist in good standing and puts in volunteer hours to participate in citizen science, prairie restorations, school and public education, and conservation efforts.
Her pride and joy is her son who is funny, loyal, and serves as a good roll model to his peers in junior high school. She is an avid “birder” and relaxes by taking nature walks.
- Paralegal Services certificate program – Johnson County Community College – (1996)
- B.S. Journalism – John Brown University, Siloam Springs Arkansas – (1993)
- Biographies, memoirs, Kansas history