A Paralegal Primer, 3rd Edition

The Center for Legal Studies
Scott A. Hatch, J.D., and Lisa Zimmer Hatch, M.A.

This book may be used in conjunction with a course of paralegal studies or as a self-tutorial and, when coupled with Paralegal Procedures and Practices, is designed to quickly and efficiently train paralegals to assist their firms in initiating lawsuits, investigating facts, interviewing clients and witnesses, preparing legal documents, digesting discovery, and conducting manual and computer-assisted legal research. The book also discusses law office ethics, torts and contracts, the rules of civil procedure and evidence, and job hunting techniques. This book also assists those who embark upon pro se litigation.

3rd Edition

NOTE – This book is only available through CLS.

ISBN 0-9637248-2-7