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Paralegal

definition of a paralegal/Legal Assistant. From National Association of Legal Secretaries (NALS) [US]: "A Legal Assistant/paralegal is a person, qualified...

Last Update: 2021-03-28T15:40:33Z Word Count : 7591

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Legal document assistant

A legal document assistant (LDA, also commonly known as "document technician," "legal document preparer," "legal technician," "online legal document provider"...

Last Update: 2020-12-30T16:59:14Z Word Count : 3095

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Virtual assistant (occupation)

positions as executive assistant, office manager/supervisor, secretary, legal assistant, paralegal, legal secretary, real estate assistant, and information...

Last Update: 2021-04-05T13:12:36Z Word Count : 770

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Administrative Assistant

Some administrative assistants, like those in the legal industry, may be more specialized than others. Most administrative assistant duties revolve around...

Last Update: 2021-03-31T09:34:30Z Word Count : 556

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Zhao Wei (legal assistant)

Zhao Wei is a legal assistant who was arrested for political activism, and detained in secret by authorities in China. There were reports that Wei was...

Last Update: 2021-03-06T01:38:13Z Word Count : 386

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District attorney

commonwealth's attorney, solicitor, or county prosecutor. The prosecution is the legal party responsible for presenting the case against an individual suspected...

Last Update: 2021-04-07T14:12:18Z Word Count : 1693

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Baron Vaughn

appeared on the USA Network television series Fairly Legal, on which he played legal assistant Leonardo Prince. A classically trained actor, Vaughn has...

Last Update: 2021-02-06T13:03:56Z Word Count : 451

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Certified Paralegal

A certified paralegal or certified legal assistant is the title of paralegals in the United States who have met certain education and work experience...

Last Update: 2020-10-18T11:56:26Z Word Count : 1550

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Legal profession

public Paralegal "Current ABA Definition of Legal Assistant/Paralegal," American Bar Ass'n, at [1]. Media related to Legal professions at Wikimedia Commons...

Last Update: 2020-05-23T05:01:29Z Word Count : 471

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Love, Guaranteed

Bill Jones Lisa Durupt as Denise, Susan's legal assistant Sean Amsing as Roberto, Susan's other legal assistant Brendan Taylor as Gideon, Melanie's husband...

Last Update: 2021-03-19T08:52:20Z Word Count : 732

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Paralegal

A paralegal is the professional of legal science that performs procedures autonomously or semi autonomously, as part of a legal assistance system, and performs tasks that require understanding of the legislation for its proper execution. They also work in support or assist professionals related to the legal area of a consultative or judicial litigation nature. Its labor market is broad, including consultancies, companies that have legal departments or that perform legislation compliance activities such as: environmental, labor, controlled products, product registration, trademarks and patents, tax, bidding, among others. Legal offices and public bodies also have many paralegals in support activities although they do not yet use the correct name of the profession. The exact nature of their work and limitations that the law places on the tasks they are allowed to undertake vary between nations and jurisdictions. Paralegals generally are not allowed to offer legal services independently in most jurisdictions. In some jurisdictions, paralegals can conduct their own business and are called paralegals, providing services such as settlements, court filings, legal research and other auxiliary legal services; these tasks often have instructions from a solicitor attached. In the United States, a paralegal is protected from some forms of professional liability under the theory that paralegals are working as an enhancement of an attorney, who takes ultimate responsibility for the supervision of the paralegal's work and work product. Paralegals often have taken a prescribed series of courses in law and legal processes. Paralegals may analyze and summarize depositions, prepare and answer interrogatories, draft procedural motions and other routine briefs, perform legal research and analysis, draft research memos, and perform case and project management. Paralegals often handle drafting much of the paperwork in probate cases, divorce actions, bankruptcies, and investigations. Consumers of legal services are typically billed for the time paralegals spend on their cases. In the United States, they are not authorized by the government or other agency to offer legal services (including legal advice) except in Washington State in the same way as lawyers, nor are they officers of the court, nor are they usually subject to government-sanctioned or court-sanctioned rules of conduct. In some jurisdictions (Ontario, Canada, for example) paralegals are licensed and regulated the same way that lawyers are and these licensed professionals may be permitted to provide legal services to the public and appear before certain lower courts and administrative tribunals.


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