Guide to paralegals featuring information, resources, news, articles, guides and advice covering the paralegal profession and law.
Entering the paralegal field will require much more than a love for the legal industry. Being familiar with the rules, regulations and laws the govern the industry will help you to find suitable employment. Learn what you can do to make yourself a valuable asset and landing a job in a law firm will be simple.
Although many people become paralegals because of the potential to make a high salary, further education will be required to meet your full potential. Education is tantamount in the paralegal field, but experience, expertise and skills will be the most important factors that employers will be on the lookout for.
There are many high paying jobs that require minimal training but most industries have become over saturated. People interested in getting into the paralegal field will have a better chance of succeeding if they know where the best job markets are located. Find out more about the direction of the paralegal field and prepare yourself for the future.
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Civil rights are those that are ensured by the Constitution. Every single citizen has certain rights that guarantee them to be treated equally. Some examples of your civil rights include the right to freedom of speech, the right to choose and practice your own religion and the right to vote. Discrimination of your civil rights is against the law and can have serious repercussions.
Continue reading 27.05.2013. 16:41
Over the last decade or more, mainstream media has bombarded us with advertisements for no win no fee personal injury claims. Despite the number of car accidents over the last four years actually decreasing in frequency, whiplash claims have risen by an alarming 25 per cent over the same period.
Continue reading 01.05.2013. 13:29
Unions are certainly nothing new. Employee unions have been around for years and they have supporters as well as opposition. Employers can take certain steps to ensure that their employees do not form a union. Taking this steps however, means that you fully understand why your employees may want to form a union in the first place and being prepared to solve issues that employees may feel are not adequate.
Continue reading 20.04.2013. 06:12
In many cases of personal injury, the victim may not have the capacity to handle the legalities of filing a lawsuit. If a loved one is injured due to the neglect of another party, it is perfectly within his or her rights to file a lawsuit for compensation. However, when the victim is not able to perform this task on their own, a family member may help them to do so.
Continue reading 19.02.2013. 16:01