It’s back to school time. That means for paralegals, too. New software, new online processes, new ways of doing things.
Todd Richardson is an attorney and retired professor of paralegal studies at Daytona State College. He is...
Jill I. Francisco, ACP, received her BA in Criminal Justice, (concentration in Legal Studies), from Marshall University...
The legal profession was already going online and high-tech. But COVID disruptions, working from home, and remote legal processes have supercharged those changes.
Are you up to speed?
Host Jill Francisco – a veteran paralegal and classroom instructor – interviews attorney and longtime professor Todd Richardson about today’s classroom experience. It’s more than lectures and books. Today’s learning includes new technology, working collaboratively online and in person, and leveraging digital tools to expedite cases, gather information, and navigate the modern legal jungle.
Richardson explores how legal education is changing and how vital learning today’s tech keeps a paralegal valued and vital in the workplace.
He also touches on areas where soft skills still play an important role. Knowing how to integrate tech with interpersonal skills can build and maintain relationships so important in the legal community.
Special thanks to our sponsors CourtFiling.net, NALA, and ServeNow.
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|Published:||August 30, 2021|
|Category:||Legal Education , Legal Technology & Data Security , Paralegal|
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