Introduction to Law for Paralegals

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West/Thomson Learning, 2002 - Business & Economics - 650 pages
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Introduction to Law: A Systematic Approach is written for the college level student who requires a base level understanding of the major areas of law. It also addresses the way in which the state and federal governments function. The text is an excellent survey of the legal system for all disciplines of study including pre-law, legal studies, business administration, and accounting programs. Topics include the Development of the American Legal System, Creation of Legal Principles, Legal Analysis, Civil Lawsuits, The Development and Role of Today's Paralegal, The Process of Legal Research, Tort Law in America, Law of Probate and Estates, Contract Law, Law of Real and Personal Property, Law of Domestic Relationships, and Criminal Law and Procedure.

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Beth Walston-Dunham is a licensed attorney. Additionally, she is licensed in the United States Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit.

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