Paralegal Bussiness Communication

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Dear Dr. Jones:

Enclosed is a formal report on the entry level position in the field of Law. The specific name of the position is a Paralegal. This report presents a complete and detailed overview obtained by research on the position of a Paralegal.

This report is explicitly broken down into multiple sections on the different aspects of the position of a Paralegal. The main sections included in the report are titled background and problem/opportunity, research methods, results, conclusions, and recommendations. The position of a Paralegal will be explain in great detail throughout these sections.

As an aspiring pre-law student, I am very confident that this formal report will be effective and provide others with a thorough description of the position of a Paralegal. Please contact me if there are any questions in regard to this report or if further information is necessary. I can be contact by phone

Sincerely,

Pre-Law Major

Enclosure:Paralegal Formal Report
Cc:Professor Craig Laker, Department Chair of Criminal Justice and Psychology
Professor John Milliken, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Advisor

Report on Position of a Paralegal
Formal Completion Report. 2012

Prepared by Lauren TAit
Trine University Pre-Law Major

Report Distributed March 20, 2012

Prepared for
Dr. Donald P. Jones, Associate Professor of Communication
Professor Craig Laker, Department Chair of Criminal Justice and Psychology Professor John Milliken, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Advisor

TABLE OF CONTENTS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY………………………………………………............. INTRODUCTION……………………………….…………………………………… BACKGROUND AND PROBLEM/OPPORTUNITY…………….....……..
Problem/Opportunity…………………………………..……………………
Justification…………………………………………………………..………
Feasibility…………………………………………………………..………… RESEARCH METHODS…………...……………………………………………
Secondary Research Methods…………………………………………….
Internet Sources……………………………………………………..
Job Ads…………………………………………………………………
Primary Research Methods……………………………………………….. RESULTS………………………………………………………..………..…………
Nature of the Position………………………………..……………………..
Job Description and Job Titles…………..………………………..
Typical Duties………………………………………………………..
Nature of Work……………………………………………………...
Typical Day…………………………………………………………
Interesting Aspects……………………………………………….
Dull or Stressful Aspects………………………………………..
Inviting or Advantageous Aspects…………………………….

TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT.)
Limitations or Drawbacks……………………………………...………… Required/Recommended Preparation…………………………………...
Income and Career Projections……………………………………………….
Outlook for the Position…………………………………………………... CONCLUSIONS............................................................................................. RECOMMENDATIONS………………………………………………...………. REFERENCES…………………………………………………………………….. APPENDIX A……………………………………………………………………... A-1 APPENDIX B……………………………………………………………………... B-1 APPENDIX C…………………………………………………………………….. C-1

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This formal completion report examines the nature of the entry-level position of a Paralegal. The purpose of this report is to provide Dr. Donald P. Jones, Associate Professor of Communication; Professor Craig Laker, Department Chair of Criminal Justice and Psychology; Professor John Milliken, Career Services, and students in the pre-law field with detailed and useful information on the position of a Paralegal.

I am interested in the position of a Paralegal because I believe that I have the skills needed to succeed at the position. I am organized and I have very good time management skills. The information in this report will be extremely beneficial to me as I work toward graduating college. Once I graduate, I will know exactly what types of jobs are available and what kinds of skills are needed.

Throughout this report, there will be many primary and secondary sources cited. These sources will consist of Internet sources, book...
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