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  • The art of networking

    I hate small talk. I am shy. I just don't know what to say. I don't want to look and/or sound stupid.

  • Noncompliance with code threatens paralegal fees

    Caveat emptor. Buyer beware -- or, in this regard, attorneys across the state take heed that you are at risk for compromising paralegal fees if you do not take the necessary measures to ensure that the paralegals you hire and employ are qualified under Business and Professions Code Section 6450, et seq. California paralegals must meet minimum educational requirements and maintain mandatory continuing legal education (MCLE) hours. These requirements have been in place since 2001.

  • Exclusively Legal helps host successful Paralegal Institute event

    The San Diego chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) sponsored a Paralegal Institute Nov. 27 at Qualcomm's corporate headquarters. The half-day event, which offered MCLE credit, brought together 82 in-house paralegals from more than 30 San Diego corporations.

  • What makes a great leader?

    If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.

  • Recession and paralegals: How to adapt in a changing market

    Economic slowdown, business growth decline, recession. Uncertainty. This is the gloomy scenario forecasted on the daily news, but how exactly it will affect the legal market and the paralegal career?

  • The Daily Transcript proudly presents San Diego Paralegals 2008

    San Diego County paralegals, attorneys and legal experts had the opportunity to nominate outstanding paralegals in their field. The nomination process began in January, with 46 nominations submitted.

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