Master a practice area or subject matter in a short amount of time with these engaging and interactive courses. Paralegals at all levels can easily transition into a new practice area or simply expand their current knowledge base in these on-line crash courses. You may have heard of Cliff Notes, The Nutshell Series, and the For Dummies Series. All of these resources provide a concise and easy to understand format for understanding and applying everything from math proficiency, admiralty law, to business principles. This is the same technique that we use in the Paralegal Crash Courses.
Bankruptcy Crash Course
Learn about bankruptcy law and discover how to work as a bankruptcy petition preparer, as a paralegal for a law firm, or simply earn convenient CLE's.
As a paralegal, there is a need to skillfully blend the principles of the law with its practical application. Nowhere in the law is that skillful blend of theory and practice more imperative than in the study of litigation. This live course will provide a concise and broad overview of civil litigation. Access to an on-line law office simulation that allows participants to obtain hands on experience with the topics that are discussed is provided with registration.
Assisting an attorney with evidence collection, management, preservation, and presentation at trial can be both rewarding and challenging. The challenges of evidence management can be minimized with proper knowledge and tools. The purpose of this course is to provide a comprehensive approach to litigation research and investigation for paralegals.
This series provides an in depth discussion of how to deal with the complexities of working on family law related issues including divorce, child custody, adoption, paternity, and more. Access to an on-line law office simulation that allows participants to obtain hands on experience with the topics that are discussed is included with registration.
This crash course will discuss the financial aspects of law office management including the legal team, personnel relations, the attorney client relationship, legal fees,managing the client funds account, timekeeping, and legal billing. The course will take you on a journey into the fascinating legal marketplace. It sets the foundation for anyone interested in working as a legal administrator by describing the characteristics inherent in all types of legal offices, as well as the differences between various types of law offices.