General Law Office Administration: Practical Skills for Paralegals (On-Demand)

$169.00

In addition to providing high level legal expertise and superior work product to your clients, paralegals must also assist in running the law practice. Learn from an experienced paralegal the art of managing and running a law practice. Topics will include: law office management principles, the roles and responsibilities for attorneys and staff of a law office, management of the day to day operations and more. The most important relationship in a law office is that between the attorney and his or her staff. Hear stories and tips from a paralegal with more than twenty years’ experience handling the relationships of her attorneys, clients, court personnel and more.

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Event Details

Course Type

Course Instructor

Stephanie B. Elliott, NCCP

Original Date Of Course

General Credits

2

Course Description

In addition to providing high level legal expertise and superior work product to your clients, paralegals must also assist in running the law practice. Learn from an experienced paralegal the art of managing and running a law practice. Topics will include: law office management principles, the roles and responsibilities for attorneys and staff of a law office, management of the day to day operations and more. The most important relationship in a law office is that between the attorney and his or her staff. Hear stories and tips from a paralegal with more than twenty years’ experience handling the relationships of her attorneys, clients, court personnel and more.

Syllabus

  1. Law Office Management Principles
  2. Roles and Responsibilities within your organizational structure
  3. Management of Day to Day operations
  4. Operational systems setup and management
  5. Essential Law Office Management for the Paralegal
  6. Organizing Discovery Documents for Paralegals
  7. The Attorney Paralegal Relationship
  8. Time Management and Organization of Work for Paralegals

Instructor

Stephanie B. Elliott, NCCP