Litigation Skills for Paralegals and Legal Assistants

State and Federal Court

The Marquette Hotel


October 18, 2007

A day-long seminar for paralegals and legal assistants on the basics and finer points of civil litigation, from start to finish. Learn how to increase your value to your firm and enhance the strength of your cases, whether plaintiff or defense. Learn from an attorney-paralegal team who have worked together for the past 17 years on all aspects of litigation, from investigation to pleadings, discovery to motions, trials to appeals.

Develop confidence in your ability and judgment, and learn how to gain the trust of your litigation team. Take the mystery out of the rules; learn to apply them to real-life situations. Tap into the practical experience of a litigation team who has seen it all.

Written materials will include numerous practical tips, charts, forms, and more.

The faculty:

James G. Ryan, Attorney

Patricia M. Cayo, Paralegal

Detailed Agenda

Registration Form

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