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Discovery is the investigative stage of a case that is conducted prior to the trial. It provides parties with opportunities to verify their understanding of the facts of the case, to find out what witnesses know about the dispute, and to explore the other side’s legal theories. Well-conducted discovery allows parties to clarify the issues for trial, anticipate the opponent’s strategies, and accurately evaluate the likelihood of success at trial. Paralegals have significant responsibility for discovery. Paralegals working in this area should be able to:

CP Practice Exam

Studies have shown that one of the best ways to prepare for an exam is to test yourself repeatedly on the content. NALA's CP Practice Exam test bank is the best resource available to help you prepare for the CP Exam. For one fee you are able to test yourself on the topics for the CP Exam from any device, as often as you would like. Each answer provides feedback to enable you to learn as you go.  The question bank tests the Knowledge portion of the CP Exam.