Drafting Discovery Requests and Using Quick Parts to Save Discovery Objections
Drafting discovery is one of the key tasks that a litigation paralegal is assigned to do. Most firms have templates and form definitions and instructions that they use but we will discuss how to draft interrogatories using the Complaint as inspiration. We will also learn how to use Quick Parts in Word to insert repeatable text, like the same discovery objections when you are responding to interrogatories and requests for production.
- Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
- Lunch: Brown bag your own (sodas and water will be provided)
- Location:Jones Day, 77 West Wacker, Suite 3500, Chicago, Illinois or via teleconference
- Cost: No charge for Illinois Paralegal Association members, $10 for non-members
Online access will be available. Link will be provided only to those who have registered. Please indicate whether you will attend in person or online.
Approved for 1 hour ILAP credit; approval pending for 1 hour of NFPA CLE credit.
Where: Jones Day, 77 West Wacker, Suite 3500, Chicago, Illinois or via teleconference