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Paralegal Division Webinar-November 16

Posted by Texas Paralegal Division Blogger at blog@txpd.org on November 8, 2016


$40.00 – PD MEMBERS
(If you are a member of the Paralegal Division, please ensure that your membership number is correctly reflected in the Membership number field on your account.)
$50.00 – Non PD Members

Join us for a Webinar
The audio and slides for this course are through your computer.

NOTE: This program uses the latest version of Adobe Flash.  If you do not have Adobe Flash installed, you will be prompted to download the latest version.  Adobe Flash – Click HERE to install or update.   You may need to close and restart your browser for changes to take effect.  Once you have successfully installed Flash, a test video will appear. If you receive the Webcast Test screen and have audio, your system has been tested successfully.

November 16, 2016 (Wednesday)
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (CST)
The Difference Between Litigation in State and Federal Court
Credits:  1 CLE Hour, TBLS Credit TBD
Speaker:  Leslie Hyman, Attorney at Law, Pulman, Cappuccio, Pullen, Benson, & Jones, LLP, San Antonio, Amarillo, TX
Ms. Hyman will cover the distinct differnces that a litigator needs to make sure they know between litigating in state vs. federal court.
(click HERE to register)

To report problems after registering for webinar:
Contact at (877) 880-1335
Email support@inreachce.com


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