The Paralegal Survival Guide - Table of Contents, Volumes I & II


The Paralegal Survival Guide Facts and Forms: Third Edition, Volumes I & II
       Edited by:  William McSorley
       Philip J. Mace 
       Wynne M. Potash
       Joseph J. Mallini (1944-2002)
The first and second editions of The Paralegal Survival Guide were in high demand for years, praised by both attorneys and paralegals for being a great source of practical information. This Third Edition will serve as an up-to-date resource for substantive, procedural and practical information about some of the most common areas of legal practice in South Carolina. 
This attractive and affordable book with more than 150 forms represents a unique collaboration between some of South Carolina's most talented and experienced attorneys and paralegals.

It is designed to be a quick reference guide for the busy paralegal or attorney who needs a primer on an unfamiliar area of practice. Each chapter is written to provide a quick explanation of the law and procedure on that topic, as well as tips and pointers for more efficient and effective practice. Coverage of the Third Edition now includes: ethical issues for paralegals, office administration, bankruptcy, elder law, family law, foreclosure, intellectual property, juvenile law, plaintiff and defense litigation, residential real estate, social security and administrative law.  Brand new for the Third Edition are chapters on law firm data security and eDiscovery. And one of the best things about this important book is that it is packed with sample pleadings, forms and checklists. For SC Bar members and paralegals, a downloadable copy of the book will come with your purchase of the physical copy.  

Summary of Contents:

Administrative Law
Elder Law
Ethical Issues for Paralegals and Administrative Staff
Family Law
Intellectual Property
Juvenile Law
Law Firm Data Security
Litigation - Plaintiff and Defendant
Office Administration
Residential Real Estate
Social Security