Paralegal

Stop Learning and Stop Growing: A Case for Paralegal Continuing Education

Continuing Legal Education for Paralegals During your time as a paralegal, you’ve most likely heard attorneys talk about  C.L.E credits (Continuing Legal Education). C.L.E credits are the professional education of lawyers that takes place after their initial admission to the bar. C.L.E credits require attorneys to maintain their skills and keep current with continuing changes …

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My Paralegal Career Path

What is a Paralegal and What Do They Do? The general role of a paralegal is to assist attorneys in a variety of ways. Paralegals research case law, prepare motions, summaries, and transcripts that prepare the attorney for court and provide service to their clients. Paralegals also serve as the point of contact for clients …

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