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Gain an understanding of the proper protocol when client intake and interviews occur. Many lawyers underestimate the importance of the client intake and interview process.
Gain a better understanding on how to help manage the workplace when dealing with challenging attorneys.Have you ever gone into work tight, stressed and anxious because of a boss or the opposing counsel?
Financial statements can be difficult to understand at times, after this overview, you will have a better understanding on how to recognize and read them.
Learn the fundamentals of social security law and how to determine if your client qualifies. A successful and profitable Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplement Security Income (SSI) law practice...
Discover ways to make a bigger impact when assisting your next personal injury case.Many paralegals are stuck merely responding to an attorney's demands for preparing a case during litigation, up through trial.
Learn practical billing practices and procedures.Billing procedures often present various complexities and time-consuming tasks for any role in the legal profession, paralegals included.
Learn the procedures and laws applicable to the probate process to better assist your clients.Setting expectations at the initial meeting with a probate client, while challenging because of the client's emotional state,...
Understand key strategies which all paralegals should understand before being a member of the trial team.A paralegal's role at trial is indispensable.
Learn the fundamentals of labor and employment law, as well as how to perform legal duties related to this area of law.Very little about labor and employment law is intuitive.
Don't let improper discovery practices hinder your case - ensure your preservation techniques are up to snuff.Ensuring the preservation of electronically stored information (ESI) is a key component of discovery today.
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