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LexisNexis Chart
January/February 2004 Issue

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Technology requirements:

Windows 95, 98 or NT 4; Netscape Navigator 4.0 or higher; Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 Service Pack 2 or higher; Windows Media Player Version 6.4 or later; Cookies, Java, and JavaScript enabled; Pentium PC with 16MB RAM (32MB recommended); 800-by-600 display mode, 256 colors (1024-by-768 display, 16-bit high color recommended); Sound card (to hear audio).

Who has access?
Anyone can access courses. Just go to the CLE Center Web site at www.lawcommerce.com/cle/, identify the courses you want and “add to cart,” then click “Pay Online” when you are ready to purchase the seminar. Seminars can be viewed as often as desired within one month of purchase.

Paralegal online CLE course name and price:
Please note, these courses are available as of January 2004.

  • The Future of E-Filing in the District Courts; $24.50
  • Medical Research and Records; $49
  • 21st Century Tools of the Paralegal Trade; $49
  • Expert Admissibility and Preparing the Expert to be Trial Ready; $24.50
  • A Paralegal’s Role Part I — Pretrial Preparation; $36.75
  • A Paralegal’s Role Part II — Trial Organization; $36.75

How many CLE courses can be taken at once?
All courses.

Who approves your courses?
NFPA, NALA, local bar.

Who teaches the courses?
Most of the courses are taught by paralegals, although a combination of attorneys and paralegals teach some of the seminars.

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