The Practical Paralegal: Strategies for Success.
The practical paralegal paralegal n. a non-lawyer who performs routine tasks requiring some knowledge of the law and procedures, employed by a law office or who works free-lance as an independent for various lawyers. ; strategies for success.
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Bouchoux (Georgetown University Georgetown University, in the Georgetown section of Washington, D.C.; Jesuit; coeducational; founded 1789 by John Carroll, chartered 1815, inc. 1844. Its law and medical schools are noteworthy, and its archives are especially rich in letters and manuscripts by and ) 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 textbook Informatics A treatise on a particular subject. See Bible. discusses what paralegals do in the workplace, the various types of law practice, law office environments, and career strategies.
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