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Notary Public Seminar - September 18th

Posted by Center for Advanced Legal Studies [CALS]

Aug 19, 2020 1:30:00 PM

Want to enhance your resume?  Many employers expect their paralegals to be notaries and trust they know what they are doing!  Do you know the various roles and responsibilities of a Notary Public?

This seminar, which is open to students, alumni, and the general public, covers everything you need to become and serve with confidence as a Notary Public for the state of Texas. 

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Date: Friday, September 18, 2020
Time: 9 AM to 1 PM
Location: Online (Link will be provided)
Cost: Varies from $94-$175 depending on package
Registration:

Eventbrite Registration Page
Registration Deadline Sept. 15th

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Topics: seminars and CLE, career, paralegal skills, education and training

In case you missed it - August 2020

Posted by Eric H. Happe

Aug 11, 2020 12:00:00 PM

 
Center for Advanced Legal Studies is currently enrolling students for online paralegal classes scheduled to begin September 21, 2020. Due to increased demand, it is recommended those interested in attending submit their applications early to begin the enrollment process.

Here are some important dates to keep in mind:

September 2020 paralegal class start deadlines

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Topics: career, education and training

Keeping Our Distance Since 2006

Posted by Eric H. Happe

Aug 6, 2020 11:00:00 AM

Skepticism. Acceptance. Preference. Necessity.
The advancement of distance education at Center for Advanced Legal Studies

Over the past 15 years, we have witnessed the rise of distance education and its progression from being viewed with skepticism to acceptance, from acceptance to preference, and now, from preference to necessity. In 2006, no one at Center for Advanced Legal Studies (CALS) imagined that in little more than a decade we would go from having a few hundred campus-based paralegal students, with none online, to having no campus-based students and over two hundred online.

Empty classroom AdobeStock_295475753 webUnlike many educational institutions who scrambled to implement virtual learning as a result of COVID-19 restrictions, CALS was able to migrate all its campus-based students to online delivery in less than a weekend. It helped that by March 2020 five out of six students at CALS were already taking their classes online. The skepticism many previously felt regarding online classes had long since shifted to a strong preference for them, and those who selected campus-based classes chose them more as a matter of personal preference and convenience than from any concern over the effectiveness of distance learning. We miss being on campus and seeing our students, and we know they feel the same, but we continue to successfully educate and train students to become paralegals, just as we have since 1987.

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Topics: online classes, education and training, featured

In case you missed it - June 2020

Posted by Eric H. Happe

Jun 16, 2020 11:00:00 AM

All of us at Center for Advanced Legal Studies hope you are safe and well during these difficult times.

We wanted to provide a reminder of our upcoming paralegal certificate class start dates and application deadlines along with some links to recent articles posted by CALS.

Here are some important dates to keep in mind:Upcoming Class Start Dates Laptop-01

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Topics: career, education and training

Working and studying from home - a paradigm shift

Posted by James Scheffer

May 1, 2020 12:00:00 PM

COVID-19-school-lockdowns-and-remote-workingEveryone became acutely aware of a looming epidemic in the second week of March 2020. We watched numbers grow exponentially on an interactive map with ominous red bubbles moving from around the globe to our local areas. Our response was to spray Lysol, scowl at those who sniffled, sneezed or coughed; and wonder what would come next. Oh my!

Thankfully, I have not been infected by the COVID-19 virus, but I have been affected by its presence in our communities.

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Topics: online classes, career, education and training

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