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Lorman Weekly Course Updates

Lorman Education Services, a partner of the Paralegal Association of Wisconsin, Inc., will now be providing notice of weekly course updates.  Below is a listing of courses for the weeks of 5/7/2018 and 5/14/2018:

Please take a look at all of the attached and let me know if you have any questions or if I can assist in any way. Just a reminder that the programs in Blue are AWESOME and Red is SPECTACULAR.

This week’s topic spotlight:

08.06.18 – ST - ASC 740: Impacts on Your Financial Statements – ID: 404014

08.06.18 – CS - Essential Email Skills for Customer Service Professionals – ID: 402085

08.07.18 – CPA - S Corporations: How to Avoid Common and Often Overlooked Pitfalls (Simple to Complex) – ID: 403833

08.07.18 – MGT - Techniques for Handling Employees With Poor Attitudes and Performance – ID: 403835

08.07.18 – LIT - Data Visualization for Attorneys – ID: 404376

08.08.18 – CN - Ethical Issues in Construction Law – ID: 403867

08.08.18 – LIT - Ethical Considerations of Outsourcing in the Legal Industry – ID: 400812

08.09.18 – BUS - How to Create High Impact Excel® Reports – ID: 403830

08.09.18 – REC - E-Verify – ID: 403851

08.09.18 – CN - Using Social Media in the Construction Industry – ID: 403866

08.10.18 – PR - Payroll Tax Update – ID: 404114

Next week’s topic spotlight:

08.13.18 – BUS - Reading and Understanding the Balance Sheet – ID: 402139

08.14.18 – CN - What Contractors Need to Know About OCIPs and CCIPs – ID: 403826

08.14.18 – PUR - Procurement Cards: Overcoming Risk to Create an Effective Program – ID: 401887

08.14.18 – LB - Sexual Harassment Training Guide – ID: 403845

08.15.18 – ST - Amnesty Under the MultiState Tax Commission – ID: 403871

08.15.18 – DEV - FCC Order Exempting Changes to Cell Towers, Communications Antennas From Zoning and Other State and Local Laws – ID: 403870

08.16.18 – CN - Implied Obligations in Construction Contracts – ID: 403868

08.16.18 – LB - Offboarding: Strategies for a Successful Goodbye – ID: 403909

08.17.18 – PR - Payroll Overpayment Challenges: Legal and Practical Implications – ID: 403581

08.17.18 – LIT - Litigation Support Technology – ID: 400740

Have a great week!

Mandy Grambsch Affiliate Manager

Lorman Education Services | 2510 Alpine Rd. | Eau Claire, WI | 54702
(: 1.715.833.3940 | *: agrambsch@lorman.com

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Washington University in St. Louis MLS Degree Program

Dear NFPA Member,

Washington University School of Law, a top-20 U.S. law school, is excited to partner with NFPA, the National Federation of Paralegal Associations. Through our innovative @WashULaw platform, the law school offers an online Master of Legal Studies (MLS) degree.

The Master of Legal Studies is a one-year graduate degree in law ideal for paralegals. The degree provides students with the legal acumen needed to advance their careers in a wide variety of professions — from business and finance to health care. 

Through the online MLS degree, you will:  

  • Attend live, interactive classes in a face-to-face online classroom
  • Develop key legal skills that you can apply to your everyday career
  • Learn from world-class faculty and foster connections with students from around the world

The online MLS brings Washington University School of Law to you — wherever you live and work. The program blends face-to-face, online classes with engaging, self-paced coursework.

The LSAT, GRE and GMAT are not required for admission to the program.

To learn more about the online Master of Legal Studies from Washington University School of Law, request more information today.

Sincerely,

Washington University School of Law
(+1) 314-281-5200 | admissions@onlinelaw.wustl.edu
onlinelaw.wustl.edu

 

Mentor Program

The Paralegal Association of Wisconsin's Mentor Program gives students and paralegals (either new to the profession or new to an area of law) an opportunity for guidance, knowlege and resources from a member paralegal with expertise and professional insight.

For more information on being a Mentor or Mentee, please visit Mentor Program page