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Table of Contents: May/June 2002
6 key areas influencing the way your job functions might evolve.
By Dwayne E. Krager and Rick R. Thompson
It’s Not Mom, But It’s Close
Case management might be exactly what your firm needs.
By Andrew Z. Adkins II
Knowledge Is Power
As skills and training increase, technology roles for legal assistants expand.
By Rod Hughes
Statistical Analysis by Darrell Patton
The Accidental Technologist
How technology altered the career path of a former computer novice.
By Rod Hughes
Witness to an Execution
Convicted killer Timothy McVeigh’s former defense paralegal talks about his first big case.
By Debra Levy Martinelli
‘Weekend Wonder’ Indeed Wonderful - Short-term programs can provide more than adequate education. By Scott a. Hatch
news & trends
- A few simple preventative steps can reduce your risk of exposure.
Legal Research & Writing
Spinning the Web - Adapting writing tricks used by mystery novelists can turn legalese into legal prose. By Celia C. Elwell, RP
Course of Action - Reviewing corporate policies and procedures. By Michele Driver
Polishing Your Presentations - A primer on managing meetings and effectively presenting your ideas to the legal team. By Kathleen Call
Giving the Client the Edge - How you handle locating and working with expert witnesses can make all the difference. By Jane Heath
Streamlining Efficiency - Managing processes for increased productivity. By Elizabeth A. Gillis
Pro Bono Spotlight
Paralegals Get Involved
- Training and recruitment for new pro bono programs.
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