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COVID-19 has impacted many professions and drastically altered how we go about business in 2020. Due to the pandemic, many organizations are having their employees work from home. Paralegals are no exception. The paralegal profession has seen a rise in the number of virtual and remote positions, requiring the work done by paralegals to become...
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There is a running discourse today concerning whether attorneys who have been disbarred or suspended should be allowed to become paralegals. A handful of states have banned this, those being New Jersey, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Wisconsin. West Virginia has also been attempting a total ban. Massachusetts has a partial ban lasting five years....
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#31 in Nation Ranking
Eastern Kentucky University’s online paralegal post-baccalaureate certificate degree program was recently named among the top 36 programs in the nation by Intelligent. Recognized as a top-tier program, EKU was named no. 31 out of 291 educational programs and 137 universities and colleges when evaluated on reputation, course strength, cost, faculty expertise and the overall flexibility...
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Paralegals provide a very helpful hand to attorneys during the process of going through a trial. The aide that paralegals provide begins way before the day of the trial, as they are useful in locating and interviewing key witnesses for the case. From these interviews, the paralegal is able to take statements from the witnesses that will...
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Paralegal types on laptop keyboard
In modern-day times, varied technology skills are vital for most career paths. To be a desirable candidate for nearly any position in 2019, you must have some specialized technological skills. Paralegals are far from exempt to this increasing need to have specialized computer skills in the workplace. Certain computer skills are vital for a paralegal...
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