Basic Level Courses

A basic level is most appropriate for the professional with little to no experience in the subject area being taught.

This on-demand webinar will discuss the role paralegals play in the course of litigating a case, including the responsibilities of the paralegal and the attorney’s expectations of the paralegal during litigation.

This on-demand webinar is comprised of three sections. First, the presenter will discuss the basics of trusts. Who makes a good trustee? How do trusts work in everyday life? When do trusts fail? Secondly, the implementation of trusts will be reviewed. Common funding challenges will be analyzed. Fiduciary accounting, trust litigation, and strategies for trust dispute scenarios will be discussed. Thirdly, the presenter will outline drafting challenges and errors which arise in drafting trusts.

It’s time to start creating a more organized and nearly paperless office that efficiently uses both your time and office space. Imagine having a document management plan, a basic naming procedure, and a policy on what to do for every paper that comes into your office. Knowing the right procedures and policies to implement in your office is half the battle. This on-demand webinar will help you build a foundation in your office to use a lot less paper – or get rid of it completely.

This on-demand course will cover the most commonly utilized nonimmigrant category that authorizes employment for professional foreign nationals in the United States, the H-1B Petition. This course will include a discussion about the important H-1B qualifying requirements and an explanation on how to prepare an H-1B documentation. This course will also encompass topics such as common obstacles of legal teams, prevailing wage issues, the H-1B cap, and the implications of non-compliance with the U.S. Department of Labor’s H-1B Labor Condition Application.

Effective communication skills are essential. This on-demand webinar will review common areas of opportunity in terms of grammar, punctuation, word usage, and writing composition and style.

Legal research is the foundation of the legal profession and learning the fundamental basics about the different types of legal sources and what information can be found in them is vital.  This on-demand webinar will cover everything from primary and secondary sources generally, to the contents of individual sources and their citations, as well as general legal research strategies.

This on-demand webinar will assist those in taking the Certified Paralegal Exam review for the Judgment and Legal Analysis portion of the exam. It will focus on the following:  (1) learning how to identify relevant facts and issues, (2) the application of law to facts, (3) the analysis of issues and formation of conclusions, and (4) the organization of information and clarify of expression. A sample essay will be given and discussed during the presentation.

This on-demand webinar will assist those in taking the Certified Paralegal Exam review for the contract portion of the Substantive Law portion of the exam. It will focus on the following: (1) contract classifications, (2) contract formation, (3) contract defenses, and (4) contract remedies.

Upon completion of this course, registrants will understand the principle and practical concepts of contract law which will allow them to be able to formulate the elements of a contract, and understand contract defenses and remedies.

This on-demand webinar will assist those in taking the Certified Paralegal Exam.

It will include:

  • Courts, jurisdiction and venue
  • Pleadings and procedures
  • Trial procedures intro
  • Final stages of trial and post-trial

This on-demand webinar will assist those in taking the Certified Paralegal Exam review for the business organization portion of the Substantive Law portion of the exam. The course offers a broad and basic view of the fundamentals of business. It will focus on the formation and basic concepts of the following types of business entities:  (1) sole proprietors, (2) general partnerships, (3) limited partnerships, (4) profit corporations, (5) professional service corporations, (6) nonprofit corporations, (7) publicly-held corporations, and (8) limited liability companies.