Posts Tagged court

Court Observance Week 2013

October 14-18, 2013 Theme: Our Courts, Working to Assure the Survival and Success of Liberty Gerald Ford XXXVIII President of the United States:  1974-1977 Proclamation 4327 – National Legal Secretaries’ Court Observance Week, 1974 October 14, 1974 By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation Our vast and complex system of justice cannot […]

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Health Care Reform and the Supreme Court

By Kevin W. Ryan JD, MA “On March 23, 2010, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law.” That is how the article “Health Care Reform Made Simple” by this author began in the spring 2011 edition of @Law. In that article, I sought to distill down the essence of the […]

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Court Observance Week 2012

October 8-12, 2012 Theme:  No Courts, No Justice, No Freedom Gerald Ford XXXVIII President of the United States:  1974-1977 Proclamation 4327 – National Legal Secretaries’ Court Observance Week, 1974 October 14, 1974 By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation Our vast and complex system of justice cannot function without the skill and […]

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NCRA Launches TechCon Legal Technology Conference

Reston, VA – December 6, 2011 – TechCon is an exciting and unprecedented gathering of legal technology professionals, realtime court reporters, Certified Legal Video Specialists, trial presentation professionals, lawyers and legal technology professionals from all over the country. TechCon focuses on bringing you the latest in legal technology using innovative formats, and featuring engaging presentations […]

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Court Observance Week 2011

October 10-14, 2011 Theme:  LEST WE FORGET Gerald Ford XXXVIII President of the United States:  1974-1977 Proclamation 4327 – National Legal Secretaries’ Court Observance Week, 1974 October 14, 1974 By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation Our vast and complex system of justice cannot function without the skill and dedication of our […]

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Overview of the Court System, Various Types of Law Practiced, Types of Positions in the Workplace, and Career Advancement

by Sherri Krawitz, PP, PLS Regardless of whether or not one is employed in the legal field, it is very important that everyone understands the basic elements of our judicial system.  Unfortunately, many people do not realize the extent to which laws affect their daily lives.  Common events, such as a birth, a death, applying […]

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Legal Ethics After Enron

By Ronald D. Rotunda, Esq. Doy & Dee Henley Chair and Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence Chapman University School of Law (originally published in @Law – Fall 2010) Since the Enron bankruptcy, the ethics of lawyers have often dominated the financial news. In response to Enron’s bankruptcy and the involvement of the legal and accounting professional, […]

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The Paralegal’s Guide to Vaccine Litigation From Roadmap to Resolution

By Carl H. Morrison, II (originally published in @Law – Winter 2009-2010) Think of this as a roadmap you don’t have to re-fold.  You, as a paralegal, are entrusted with navigating the road of vaccine litigation efficiently and skillfully, encountering as few roadblocks and pit stops as possible, in order to bring your attorney to […]

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Court Observance Week 2010

October 11-15, 2010 Theme:  CITIZENS AND THEIR COURTHOUSE Gerald Ford XXXVIII President of the United States:  1974-1977 Proclamation 4327 – National Legal Secretaries’ Court Observance Week, 1974 October 14, 1974 By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation Our vast and complex system of justice cannot function without the skill and dedication of […]

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