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Executive Directory of Paralegals

Executive Directory of Paralegal allows you to target individuals who work in legal offices and perform many of the same tasks as lawyers. Paralegals are also called legal assistants. They are explicitly prohibited from carrying out duties considered to be within the scope of practice of law, such as setting legal fees, giving legal advice, and presenting cases in court.

SEGMENTS SELECTS

21,718 Total Universe / Universe Rate $105.00/M
Email Addresses $275.00/M

DESCRIPTION

Executive Directory of Paralegal allows you to target individuals who work in legal offices and perform many of the same tasks as lawyers. Paralegals are also called legal assistants. They are explicitly prohibited from carrying out duties considered to be within the scope of practice of law, such as setting legal fees, giving legal advice, and presenting cases in court.

 

 

A paralegal's most important task is helping lawyers prepare for closings, hearings, trials, and corporate meetings. Paralegals might investigate the facts of cases and ensure that all relevant information is considered. They also identify appropriate laws, judicial decisions, legal articles, and other materials that are relevant to assigned cases. After they analyze and organize the information, paralegals may prepare written reports that attorneys use in determining how cases should be handled. If attorneys decide to file lawsuits on behalf of clients, paralegals may help prepare the legal arguments, draft pleadings and motions to be filed with the court, obtain affidavits, and assist attorneys during trials. Paralegals also organize and track files of all important case documents and make them available and easily accessible to attorneys. In addition to this preparatory work, paralegals perform a number of other functions. They help draft contracts, mortgages, and separation agreements. They also assist in preparing tax returns, establishing trust funds, and planning estates. Some paralegals coordinate the activities of other law office employees and maintain financial office records. Computer software packages and the Internet are used to search legal literature stored in computer databases and on CD-ROM. In litigation involving many supporting documents, paralegals usually use computer databases to retrieve, organize, and index various materials. Imaging software allows paralegals to scan documents directly into a database, while billing programs help them to track hours billed to clients. Computer software packages also are used to perform tax computations and explore the consequences of various tax strategies for clients. Paralegals are found in all types of organizations, but most are employed by law firms, corporate legal departments, and various government offices. In these organizations, they can work in many different areas of the law, including litigation, personal injury, corporate law, criminal law, employee benefits, intellectual property, labor law, bankruptcy, immigration, family law, and real estate.

 

 

There are several ways to become a paralegal. The most common is through a community college paralegal program that leads to an associate degree. Another common method of entry, mainly for those who already have a college degree, is earning a certificate in paralegal studies. A small number of schools offer bachelor's and master's degrees in paralegal studies. Some employers train paralegals on the job. Associate’s and bachelor's degree programs usually combine paralegal training with courses in other academic subjects. Certificate programs vary significantly, with some taking only a few months to complete. Most certificate programs provide intensive paralegal training for individuals who already hold college degrees. Although most employers do not require certification, earning voluntary certification from a professional national or local paralegal organization may offer advantages in the labor market. Many national and local paralegal organizations offer voluntary paralegal certifications by requiring students to pass an exam. Other organizations offer voluntary paralegal certifications by meeting certain criteria such as experience and education.

 

 

Paralegals purchase, announcements, appointment calendars, binders, bookshelves, brochures, business cards, chairs, checks, computers, copiers, deposit books, desks, Dictaphones, envelopes, fax machines, fee schedules, file cabinets, highlighters, legal directories, legal folders, legal newspapers, legal reference manuals, legal software, letterhead, notary stamps, office décor, office furniture, office supplies, pencils, pens, postage machines, printers, scanners, security envelopes, security paper, trial notepads, and vinyl folders.

 

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

 

Bus/Industry Type $10.00/M
Geo/Geographical $10.00/M
Job Function/Title $10.00/M
Max per Company/Sites $10.00/M
Number of Employees $10.00/M
Phone Number $50.00/M
Sales Volume $10.00/M
Specialty $10.00/M

ADDRESSING

A/B SPLIT $100.00/F
CD ROM $75.00/F
DISKETTE $75.00/F
EMAIL $75.00/F
Suppression $150.00/F
Transmission $150.00/M