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Brian Craig, Online Paralegal Program Chair at Globe University, Minnesota School of Business and Broadview University follows up his Paralegals Who Have Become Successful Fiction Writers post from last week with another look at the career through literature. Legal fiction … Continue reading
By Brian Craig Teri Woods typifies the persistence and tenacity of a successful fiction writer. While working as a legal secretary and as a paralegal for a law firm in Philadelphia, Woods wrote the manuscript for her novel, True to … Continue reading
More Men Finding the Benefits of Working in the Paralegal Profession By Brian Craig While the paralegal profession has traditionally been filled predominantly by women, the percentage of men working as paralegals and legal assistants has seen a dramatic rise … Continue reading
Brian Craig, Online Paralegal Program Chair at Globe University, Minnesota School of Business and Broadview University is watching the U.S. Supreme Court’s decisions this week along with many in the United States. He wrote the following article after the release … Continue reading
Brian Craig, the Online Paralegal Chair for Globe University, Minnesota School of Business and Broadview University, found several paralegals seeking elected offices. Campaigns and elections are now in full swing for the 2012 election cycle. While candidates come from a … Continue reading
By Brian Craig An article appearing in the March 2012 edition of the North Carolina Law Review, Cooper J Strickland, The Dark Side of Unattributed Copying and the Ethical Implications of Plagiarism in the Legal Profession, 90 N.C. L. Rev. … Continue reading
We all enjoy learning new tricks in legal writing. Here is a previous blog from Brian Craig, legal program chair for the Globe Education Network Online Division, on inserting the section symbol into your legal writing. Legal writing is riddled … Continue reading