Shobna P. Cuddy is the firmwide Office Administrator and a senior paralegal in the Auburn office. Prior to joining the firm, Shobna worked as a medical insurance billing specialist in Modesto, California. Shobna coordinates and monitors all of the day-to-day activities within the firm to ensure the operation of the various offices runs smoothly. She is responsible for managing accounts payable and receivables, scheduling attorney and client meetings, training, creating client files and supervising staff within the Auburn office.
In her role as a senior paralegal, she is responsible for preparing subpoenas, handling legal research, preparing memos and other correspondence, creating client files, training new staff and scheduling attorney and client meetings. She is responsible for ensuring that all attorneys are fully supported in the management of their cases.
She is the mother of two children, one who is classified as a student with a disability. Her personal experience has allowed her to fully appreciate the challenges the clients face in navigating the special education system.
Shoby lives with her husband and sons in Central New York.
Sarah (“Sally”) Woodard is an Intake Paralegal in the Auburn office. Prior to joining The Cuddy Law Firm, Sally worked in Weedsport, NY. As the firm’s Intake paralegal, Sally is responsible for initial intakes including gathering information for attorney review and scheduling initial consultations including in-person and video conferencing. In addition to the above, Sally assists the attorneys and other paralegals in all aspects of case management including preparation of correspondence, disclosure preparation and other important tasks that allow our attorneys to handle the cases in a professional and efficient manner.
As a mom of one son, who is a noncommissioned officer with the US Navy and grandmother of four energetic grandchildren with many different kinds of needs, Sally is very familiar with the pressures that families may experience navigating the school system and planning for the future.
Sally is married, lives with her husband and dotes on her grandchildren whenever she can.