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Paralegal Career For Dummies, 2nd Edition

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Paralegal Career For Dummies, 2nd Edition

Scott A. Hatch, Lisa Zimmer Hatch

ISBN: 978-1-119-56493-5 April 2019 384 Pages

Description

Your career as a top-notch paralegal starts here

The demand for paralegal professionals is exploding, and Paralegal Career For Dummies, 2nd Edition explains the skills and requirements needed to pursue this rewarding career. Inside, you’ll discover the ins and outs of paralegal skills, from preparing documents and performing legal research to obtaining certification, job hunting, and understanding legal concepts.

Use this hands-on guide to help in your career considerations, bolster your paralegal training, or as an everyday on-the-job reference. Paralegal Career For Dummies will be your trusty assistant through all phases of your life as a paralegal, taking you forward with tips on networking and joining professional organizations that will enhance your career.

  • Discover the job skills required for success as a paralegal
  • Learn important legal concepts you’ll need on the job
  • Access forms, templates, and examples on the companion website
  • Develop strategies to manage time and advance your career

Complete with a companion website containing a wealth of valuable information, this book covers everything you need to become a top-notch paralegal.

Discovery
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Fundamental legal documents
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Investigating and interviewing
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Job search
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Law office administration
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Legal process
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Legal research
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Paralegal associations
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Rules 1 of 2
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Rules 2 of 2
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Trial procedures
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444Paralegal career for dummies, 2nd edition
Chapter 4, page 44: Under heading "The rule makers: the legislative branch," first paragraph. The next-to-last sentence reads "The U.S. Congress and every state but Louisiana have bicameral legislatures."
It SHOULD read: "The U.S. Congress and every state but Nebraska have bicameral legislatures."
16-Apr-2019