PARLGL 109 - Legal Technology - Lori Young
This course presents the specific software applications and document preparation processes used in the legal profession. Familiarity with computer keyboarding and the Windows operating system is assumed. Students will learn legal software used in a typical law firm setting, including Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook, Teams, PowerPoint, and Workshare, iManage, Adobe Acrobat, OneNote, NetDocuments, Concordance, Clio, and TrialDirector. Upon completion of 12 different software titles, the student will achieve a Legal Technology Certificate from National Society of Legal Technology.
What to Expect in this Course
Students should expect to spend 10 - 15 hours per week for the weekly work load.
Types of Assessments
This course contains NSLT modules (demonstrate skill and knowledge of legal technology) quizzes, discussion boards, class activities, and assignments.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
There is not a textbook for this course. Students enrolled in this course will access an e-learning platform by joining the National Society for Legal Technology (NSLT) located at www.legaltechsociety.org. Instructions will be provided on the first day of class with an access code - there is zero cost to the student enrolled in this course.
Other Relevant Course Information
Students will subscribe directly with National Society for Legal Technology with an access code for zero cost to the student. The access code will be provided on the first day of class. https://legaltechsociety.wildapricot.org/
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Last updated: 09/01/2022 Sub#: 1367