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The Practical Paralegal: Strategies for Success.


The practical paralegal; strategies for success.

Bouchoux, Deborah E.

Aspen Publishers, Inc.


426 pages




Bouchoux (Georgetown University) explains the role of the paralegal professional in the U.S. legal system, and describes the paralegal skills of conducting legal research and analysis, writing letter and briefs, interviewing, and investigating. The final part of the textbook discusses what paralegals do in the workplace, the various types of law practice, law office environments, and career strategies.

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Date:May 1, 2006
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