Legal Studies: Terminology and Transcription

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South-Western Educational Publishing Company, 1996 - Law - 504 pages
A flexible course that includes both a text-workbook and audiocassettes and can be used in a variety of learning situations for all non-lawyer legal personnel, including court reports. This text is a well-organized presentation of common legal terms that uses the proven methods of teaching and learning that were utilized in previous editions. Includes reference sections, including proofreaders' marks and a list of easily confused words for developing proofreading and transcribing skills. Comprised of 32 lessons including legal terms used in various areas of the law. Standard audiocassettes that provide reinforcement of correct pronunciation transcription of terms are available.

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About the author (1996)

Wanda Roderick-Bolton developed the Court and Conference Reporting program at Lansing (Michigan) Community College, where she was also a professor of Business. She taught the Court and Conference Reporting program for 16 years. She has degrees from Murray State University, Illinois State University, and Michigan State University as well as additional graduate study at the University of Illinois. She is currently owner and president of R&W Associates, a real estate investment and development company, where she oversees the daily operations and the legal and financial aspects of the business. She is listed in numerous Who's Who publications, including Who's Who of Women in Education, Men and Women of Distinction, and The International Who's Who of Intellectuals. She is an Associate Member of the National Court Reporters Association, a member of the National Business Education Association, a small-business consultant, and a Trustee for Starr Commonwealth Schools in Michigan and Ohio.

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