About the Course

The American legal system, federal and California court systems, and administrative law. Legal ethics, professional responsibility and the role of the legal professional; civil and criminal law; torts; family and probate law; contracts, real property, and business law; basic concepts of legal research, analysis and writing; statutory and case law; lawsuits; civil procedure; litigation, pleadings and discovery; investigation procedures and interviewing; terminology; spotting legal issues; understanding client relationships; law office procedures.

Jun 23 - Sep 01, 2021

Est. Tuition:
Learning Format:
Online Course with Live Sessions
11 weeks

Estimated Tuition

$750 Early Bird Discount
$800 after Jun 14, 2021


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  • <p><strong>For Osher Courses:</strong></p> <p>Richard Brock, M.A., J.D., holds a Master's degree in folklore and mythology from UCLA, teaches law to paralegals and has hiked over 800 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, UCR Osher instructor since 2015.</p>


Wed., 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Jun. 23 - Sep. 1 (11 live sessions)


Title: Paralegal Today: The Legal Team at Work
Author: Roger LeRoy Miller and Mary Meinzinger
ISBN: 1305506081

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