PL145 — Computerized Law Office Procedures
This course focuses on teaching students legal office procedures through the use of computers in order to prepare them for a career as legal office support staff and be successfully employed in a legal office. This course will provide students with the concepts and attitudes needed to understand the legal office environment and how a legal office is operated and managed. Furthermore, this course will provides students an opportunity to identify the types of activities such as billings, calendaring, case management, drafting pleadings and correspondence that legal support personnel perform. Students will be introduced to ethical issues in the law office and be able to identify the basic elements of professionalism in the legal office.
8.0 Quarter Credits
This course is part of the following programs:
- Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies
- Bachelors Degree in Paralegal Studies