The following packages of on-demand interactive materials are designed to support the paralegal in preparing for the certified paralegal Knowledge Exam and Skills Exam. The course content, consists of the following:
This online study course is designed to support the paralegal in preparing for the certified paralegal Knowledge Exam.
The study materials are broken down into units covering each topic tested on the examination:
The study materials offered by The Paralegal Education Group, LLC are original and are based upon decades of teaching paralegal certification exam prep courses to examination candidates. The trademarks of any and all organizations other than The Paralegal Education Group, LLC are retained by the respective organizations.
It is the obligation of the student to ensure they meet the eligibility requirements of the exam and comply with all application deadlines and applications needs. The PEG review program registration fee does not include the exam application fees and does not register you to take the examination.
Download the course syllabus. The free trial will be Unit 8 "Torts".
This online study course is designed to support the paralegal in preparing for the certified paralegal Skills Exam.
The program provides materials covering each unit tested on the exam as follows:
At the conclusion of the course, students are provided a judgment and analytical ability legal fact scenario that requires submission of a thorough legal memo (essay) to be submitted. Upon submission, PEG faculty provide individulized feedback to the memo assignment to each student identifying the strengths and weaknesses in their legal writing skills.
Michael K. Sullivan is an Assistant Professor and Program Director of Paralegal Studies. Mr. Sullivan has also served as an educational consultant assisting Legal Studies programs in securing and maintaining American Bar Association (ABA) approval status.
Mr. Sullivan received his Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law, during which time he served as a Teaching Fellow in the University's Academic Support Program. Mr. Sullivan served as a law clerk for the Honorable Robert W. O'Hagan in the New Jersey Superior Court, Monmouth Vicinage, Civil Part, Law Division. Following the clerkship, Mr. Sullivan joined a mid-sized law firm in where he specialized in commercial and corporate litigation.
Mr. Sullivan has well over a decade of legal education experience in the following areas: Paralegal Training, Contracts, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Torts, Property, Civil Litigation, Civil Procedure, Legal Ethics, Corporate Law, Legal Research, and Legal Writing.
Joe Zavaglia is a Professor of Legal Studies. Mr. Zavaglia has taught at Seton Hall University School of Law as well as Temple University. Mr. Zavaglia also serves as the Director of Legal Seminars for the Academy of Continuing Education for the Professions, LLC.
Mr. Zavaglia received his Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in New Jersey, New York, and Tennessee. Currently, he serves as Of Counsel at Lomurro, Davison, Eastman & Munoz in Freehold, New Jersey. Mr. Zavaglia has also been approved to teach continuing education courses to real estate agents and title professionals.
Mr. Zavaglia has over thirty years of legal lecturing and paralegal training experience in the following areas: Contracts, Torts, Civil Litigation, Civil Procedure, Corporate Law, Moot Court, Property, Estates, Entertainment Law, Legal Ethics, and Legal Research & Writing.