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Paralegal Research Skills

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Webinar - Digital Download - Recording from event on 11/02/2016
Item # PRS00604DL

 US $199.00


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Whether you work for an attorney or as an independent paralegal, conducting legal research is a vital part of your job responsibilities. A paralegal must be able to locate applicable resources to support legal decision-making and then clearly communicate that research to both the client and the employer. In this paralegal training course, you will discover information and techniques to become a more effective employee.

Efficiency is key to be an effective legal researcher. In order to gain efficiency, an effective research strategy is a must. Learn these strategies in this informative course. Because every case is unique, there is no one correct way to conduct legal research. However, by taking advantage of a specific strategy, you can streamline your processes and save valuable time.

Do not spend any extra time conducting legal research. Sign up for this informative webinar today to learn strategies to make you more efficient and more valuable to your employer and your clients.

What You'll Learn

  • How to plan your legal research
  • The four main steps of legal research
  • Ways to make a research strategy checklist
  • How to generate search terms
  • When to stop
  • And much more!

Who Will Benefit

This webinar is designed for traditional and non-traditional paralegals alike who want to learn more about legal research strategy.

As always, your satisfaction is our #1 priority. If for any reason you're dissatisfied, we'll arrange for you to attend another seminar, choose a different product, or receive a full refund — hassle free!

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