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Paralegal Certificate Part 2: Research, Investigation and Discovery   

Researching, investigating and writing are critical skills utilized by Paralegals. In this hands-on course you’ll conduct legal research utilizing LexisNexis, investigate evidence, and learn more about the discovery process. You’ll also hone your skills as you evaluate complex fact patterns, write settlement demands and legal memoranda, and acquire methods for citing legal materials. Crafting resumes and cover letters will also be covered.

Prerequisite: Paralegal Certificate Part 1: Paralegal Essentials.

Program Completion

This is the second of three required courses in the Paralegal Certificate. To earn the Paralegal Certificate, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Attend 90% of the Paralegal Certificate Program (at least 81 course hours)
  • Regularly participate in class
  • Complete all assignments by the deadline given
  • Receive a minimum score of 75 percent on all assignments, quizzes and tests

For more information, please refer to our course outline.

For complete details about our Paralegal Certificate Program, visit our Paralegal Certificate overview page.

 

Paralegal Certificate Part 2: Research, Investigation and Discovery

REGISTRATION FOR THIS CLASS IS CLOSED. This class is already in session.

  • Item #: 30672
  • Date: 5/16/2024 - 6/18/2024
  • Location GRZOM
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  • Fee: $499.00
  • Instructor: Anthony Piedra
  • Please note actual course dates are now: 5/16-6/18 with one Saturday session on 6/1 from 9am - 4pm.

 

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