Introduction to the Law for Paralegals https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/007351179X.jpeg 1 9780073511795 Innovative and engaging, this textbook is written for the student who is just starting a paralegal degree program. It provides simple and concise explanations of legal concepts and topics, encouraging students to develop critical thinking skills by applying the legal principles to numerous problems and exercises contained in each chapter. This book introduces students to the major substantive areas of law that will be covered in depth in subsequent courses. The Paralegal Supersite Site
Introduction to the Law for Paralegals

Introduction to the Law for Paralegals

1st Edition
By Deborah Benton
ISBN10: 007351179X
ISBN13: 9780073511795
Copyright: 2008
09780073511795

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Benton 007351179X Brief Contents Preface

Chapter 1: Introduction to the Legal System

Chapter 2: Jurisdiction

Chapter 3: Categorization of the Law

Chapter 4: Reading the Law

Chapter 5: Procedural Law

Chapter 6: The Role of the Paralegal

Chapter 7: Criminal Law

Chapter 8: Contracts

Chapter 9: Business Law

Chapter 10: Torts

Chapter 11: Property

Chapter 12: Wills and Estates

Chapter 13: Family Law

Appendixes 000Glossary

Index