About the Course

The American legal system, federal and California court systems, and administrative law. Legal ethics, professional responsibility and the role of the legal professional; civil and criminal law; torts; family and probate law; contracts, real property, and business law; basic concepts of legal research, analysis and writing; statutory and case law; lawsuits; civil procedure; litigation, pleadings and discovery; investigation procedures and interviewing; terminology; spotting legal issues; understanding client relationships; law office procedures.

Sep 26 - Dec 05, 2022

222CPL000
Est. Tuition:
$750-800
Learning Format:
Online Course with Live Sessions
Duration:
11 weeks
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Estimated Tuition

$750 Early Bird Discount
$800 after Sep 17, 2022

Location

Online Webcast

Instructor

  • Richard Brock, M.A., J.D., Instructor and Lecturer, specializes in teaching law to paralegals, and linking the principles of the law taught to the practice of law that paralegals are likely to experience. Mr. Brock is also active with the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, serving as a volunteer judge.

Schedule

Mon. 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Sep. 26 - Dec. 5 (11 live sessions)

Textbook

Mandatory:
Title: Paralegal Today: The Legal Team at Work
Author: Roger LeRoy Miller and Mary Meinzing
ISBN: 978-0357454053

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