The Legal Assistant's Handbook
Bureau of National Affairs, 1982 - Citation of legal authorities - 225 pages
This manual shows paralegals how to obtain, organize and use legal and factual information and explains the roles and responsibilities of legal assistants, lawyers and administrators. It reviews proper citation forms, the structure of the court system, ethical considerations and types of paralegal education programs available.
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The Legal Assistant in the Practice of Law
Structure of Legal Institutions
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