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Collapse Fall Conference for Paralegals Hidden Claims and Other Avenues

The Fall Conference for Paralegals:Hidden Claims and Other Avenues seminar designed specifically for paralegals, legal assistants and legal support staff that provides 6.0 CPE hours (inc. 1.0 ethics hour). This seminar will walk you through the hidden claims in most practice areas and guide you on how to identify those hidden claims.

Formats Available: PRE-ORDER CD-ROM (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), PRE-ORDER AUDIO CD (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), PRE-ORDER STREAMING (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), PRE-ORDER DVD (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), Live Webcast
Original Seminar Date: October 20, 2017

Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 6.00 hours Certified Paralegal Education (CPE) (Total)

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    Collapse Becoming Atticus Finch: Representing the Wrongfully Accused in Sexual Assault Cases

    Atticus Finch, in To Kill a Mockingbird, epitomizes the small-town trial lawyer fighting prejudices and explosive charges in representing his wrongfully accused client.  Program Chair Joel Harbinson has assembled a spectacular lineup of modern-day Atticus Finches who will share their wealth of experience in representing clients in these prejudice-filled and emotionally-charged cases.  Attend this seminar to learn proven, practical trial techniques that have successfully garnered numerous acquittals.  Register Today!

    Formats Available: PRE-ORDER CD-ROM (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), PRE-ORDER AUDIO CD (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), PRE-ORDER STREAMING (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), PRE-ORDER DVD (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), Live Webcast
    Original Seminar Date: October 27, 2017

    Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 5.00 hours General Hours, 1 hour Ethics

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