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What Does a Paralegal Do at Trial?: Pre-Trial Organization - Paralegals News

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Paralegals News

Posted on: Jan 5, 2017

According to Digital Paralegal Services, most paralegals never get the chance to go inside a courtroom. That fact may be lost on most of the legal population. Approximately half of the paralegals in the Civil Litigation job category of the National Association of Legal Assistants 2012 Job Analysis Study listed Trial and pre-trial work as important in their day-to-day activities. That could be because their cases never go to trial, or because the attorney may not realize how helpful a paralegal can be during pre-trial and trial. Preparation is key, but trial is the ultimate goal.

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