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Course Description


This course will help students develop the skills necessary to use a variety of software applications commonly used in law offices. Basic computer concepts will be covered as well as more complex skills. Students will be guided on practical and hands-on projects specific to the legal field and will create document templates and forms they can bring with them when starting a new job. Software to be covered will include Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat, TrialDirector and timekeeping and billing software. Upon completion of this course, students will receive a Legal Technology Certificate from the National Society for Legal Technology.

This course is a part of the Paralegal Studies Program. You must apply and be accepted into the program in order to enroll in this course.

For more information on this course, contact Alanna Clanton at (225) 578-6760.

Prerequisites

Students must be enrolled in or have completed Principles of Paralegal Studies. 

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Section Title
Law Office Technology
Type
Live-Online
Days
T
Time
6:00PM to 8:30PM
Dates
Aug 27, 2024 to Nov 26, 2024
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
35.0
Instruction Method
Section Notes
Law Office Technology is delivered in a blended/hybrid format. Students meet live online with the instructor every other week with self-paced instruction in between live online class sessions.

English Proficiency Requirements

Continuing Education Programs

Continuing Education (CE) courses and programs offered online through LSU Online & Continuing Education typically include a combination of lecture and discussion as well as reading and writing assignments. You need an adequate command of English in all skill areas (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) to participate in classes.

If English is not your native language, you must meet one of the English language proficiency requirements below to be successful in our CE programs. If you intend to register for a CE course or program, you can determine whether you meet English proficiency requirements by self-assessment prior to enrolling. We want to empower you, the learner, to progress successfully. Completing this self-assessment will enable you to make a good decision on whether you can complete one of our programs.

Intermediate English Skills

Most CE professional development courses and programs require at least intermediate English skills, which are equivalent to a B2 level of English language proficiency on the Self-Assessment Form. When assessing yourself, be sure to read through each of the categories under Column B2 to make sure you meet proficiency requirements.

Advanced English Skills

Online Distance Learning courses and microcreds are for-credit courses and might require more advanced English skills, equivalent to a C1 level on the Learner Self-Assessment Form. Be sure to read through each of the categories under Column C1 to make sure you meet proficiency requirements.

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