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National Capital Area Paralegal Association

The National Capital Area Paralegal Association ("NCAPA"), who will be celebrating its 45th anniversary as an association in 2019, has provided annual scholarships for the PACE® and PCCE™ accreditations, began a mentorship program for its Members in 2014, has offered, on average,13 Continuing Education Courses ("CLE") a year, along with a biennial Education Conference, which provides attendees with the opportunity to receive up to 12 CLE credits. NCAPA also offers countless free events for its members.. Learn more

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Continuing Legal Education
& Upcoming Events

Have you ever lost a deal for your client? Has your client hired your firm to make sure another deal isn’t lost? If you’ve ever been in these situations, you know understanding contract administration is imperative. We’ll go over the different types of contracts and provisions you must include in each valid contract. You’ll learn key contract phrases and paragraphs to give your clients the upper hand. Finally, we’ll go over negotiation strategies and tips to close the deal with a contract in your clients’ favor.

When: 9/20/2018
Where: Live Webinar/Teleconference

Tackle the key issues of drafting responses and objections for interrogatories, requests for admission, production of documents, subpoenas and more. Be prepared to skillfully handle discovery requests.

When: 9/20/2018