All self-study courses qualify for CLE through NALA. For more information on other institutions please click here.
Course Category: Self-Study Courses
CLE Credit: Substantive
- How local rules, state rules, and federal rules work together
- What goes on in a courtroom, from the paralegal’s point of view and from the viewpoint of the courts, judges, lawyers, and juries
- The technology hardware and software used in producing a trial
- Legal thinking, research, and writing, using formats and styles from across the country
- Document Management – Drafting indexes, document filing options
- Deposition summaries – types and working with summaries
- Electronic trial presentation
- Calendaring software
- Preparing motions, jury instructions
- Preparing trial notebook
- Drafting motions, bill of costs
- Calculating appeal dates
- Briefs – identifying required information
- Planning research
- Locating pending rule changes
After you purchase a self-study course you will receive an enrollment email. If you do not receive an enrollment email please check your spam and make sure you add firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe senders list.
To access course materials after enrollment please click on “My Courses” then “Self-Study” at nala.education.
Self-Study courses expire after 1 year.
Courses are priced for individual use and consumption and are not intended for rebroadcast and sharing.
Refunds or Cancellations
No cancellations or refunds are provided.
If available, you may use the print function from your browser to print the material. This is copyrighted material and any distribution is strictly prohibited. Not all self-study courses have printable material.
No, a textbook is either included or not necessary for the self-study courses.
No, the courses are designed as continuing education courses and may qualify as meeting continuing education requirements for professional certifications and attorney licenses. In addition, the courses may be used in the classroom to supplement formal training. However, the courses are not designed to take the place of formal paralegal training as may be available through a community college or university.