Paralegals

Mary G. Bouchardmbouchard@sheeheyvt.com
Ms. Bouchard has been with Sheehey Furlong & Behm since 2010, providing support primarily in the regulatory and litigation practice areas.  She received an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies from Bryant & Stratton College in 2008 and a Bachelor’s Degree in Legal Studies summa cum laude from the University at Buffalo in 2010.  While attending school, she interned at the Buffalo City Court and worked as a paralegal for a law firm.  She is a member of the Vermont Paralegal Organization and National Federation of Paralegals.  Ms. Bouchard is currently reading the law and thereafter plans to sit for the Vermont Bar Exam.

Martha K. Forgione – mforgione@sheeheyvt.com
Ms. Forgione joined the firm in March 2016 as a real estate paralegal, also focusing on estate planning and administration.  Her experience in real estate began in the mid 1980s in Massachusetts.  In 1994, she shifted her concentration to Vermont and New Hampshire when she relocated to Vermont.  She works out of the firm’s Woodstock office.

Audrey E. Robinson – arobinson@sheeheyvt.com
Ms. Robinson joined Sheehey Furlong & Behm in September 2015, as a litigation paralegal. She began her career as a legal administrative assistant in Washington, D.C., prior to becoming a paralegal in Vermont in 1988. Ms. Robinson has over 25 years of paralegal experience, primarily in civil litigation and commercial transactions.

Robert L. Scott rscott@sheeheyvt.com
Mr. Scott has worked as a transactional and real estate paralegal for Sheehey Furlong & Behm since 2007.  He graduated in 1972 with a B.S. Degree from Norwich University and obtained his Paralegal Certification from Woodbury College in 1991.

Katie Beneke kbeneke@sheeheyvt.com
Ms. Beneke joined the firm in August 2017, as a litigation paralegal.  She received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Vermont in 2009 and her Paralegal Certification from Champlain College in 2012. She began her career as a staff assistant at Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew, P.C. in Burlington, Vermont before becoming a legal assistant then paralegal in the Real Estate department. In 2014, Ms. Beneke shifted her area of concentration to Family Law, where she worked as a paralegal at a top law firm in Old Greenwich, Connecticut.