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Are you finding it frustrating to effectively convey your argument in a legal writing assignment? Do you often find that your writing runs into many "dead ends" as you attempt persuade? In this brief tutorial, we run through the basics of legal writing organization and getting the reader to the
The faculty at the PEG have given over 20,000 legal exams to paralegal students over the course of the last few decades. In this short tutorial, we outline some of the most common mistakes we see students make on legal exam multiple choice and true/false questions. This lecture is an
Often times knowing where to start your legal research is the most important tool in conducitng efficient and effective legal research. The legal research databases commonly used, such as Westlaw or Lexis, can be overwhelming to the rookie legal researcher. In this tutorial, we show you how jury charges found
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: Exam Overview & Legal Exam Testing Strategies Unit States Legal System Civil Litigation Contracts Corporate/Commercial Law Criminal
Welcome to a tutorial on case briefing. In this short demonstration, we run through the basics of the IRAC methods of case briefing: Issue Spotting, Rule of Law, Analysis, and Conclusion.