Paralegal Handbook

Paralegal Handbook

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This practical guide provides a framework for the paralegal profession - how it is defined, how paralegals are utilized, professional organizations, ethical guidelines, and important issues facing the profession. It includes practical information for drafting resumes and preparing for interviews, as well as job search strategies. In addition, this book incorporates articles on a number of ethical and professional issues, written by various contributors, to provide readers with diverse opinions on current issues in the paralegal profession. It is the only book that provides all this information in one source.Rather than serving as a definition of what paralegals may do, the statute informs the public that paralegals and legal assistants do not deliver legal services without attomey supervision and cannot hold themselves out as individuals entitled to practice law. ... this Rule, a paralegal is a person under the supervision and direction of a licensed lawyer, who may apply knowledge of law and legal proceduresanbsp;...

Title:Paralegal Handbook
Author: Vicki Brittain, Terry Hull (J.D.)
Publisher:Cengage Learning - 2002

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