Introduction to the Law and the Paralegal - LGL 110 at Mountain Empire Community College


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LGL 110 - Introduction to the Law and the Paralegal
Introduces various areas of law in which a paralegal may be employed. Includes study of the court system (Virginia and federal); a brief overview of criminal law, torts, family law, evidence, the U.C.C., contracts, and ethics; the role of the paralegal; and other areas of interest.
Lecture 3 hours. Total 3 hours per week.
3 credits
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Schedule at Mountain Empire Community College

Fall 2016

Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
10110 LGL 110-82B1 3
 M W   
9:40 a.m.-10:55 a.m.
2016-10-19 Main HY
2nd eight weeks. Class begins October 19. This class has a Blackboard component.
This distance education course may require the student's identity to be verified for certain assignments. MECC does not charge any additional fees for the purpose of verifying student identity. If external identity verification services are required or if the student chooses to use such services, the student is responsible for any and all costs incurred.
10111 LGL 110-82W1 3
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2016-10-19 MECC Virtual Distance Learning ER
2nd eight weeks.Class begin Oct 19. Online orientation October 19.
This distance education course may require the student's identity to be verified for certain assignments. MECC does not charge any additional fees for the purpose of verifying student identity. If external identity verification services are required or if the student chooses to use such services, the student is responsible for any and all costs incurred.

Spring 2017

Not scheduled

Summer 2017

Not scheduled
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