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I'M A Paralegal Student Currently..Would A Cna Help In Beginning A Career In Health Care Compliance?
I Am Thinking Of Taking My Cpr And First Aid Certification In A Few Months
I am a commercial construction litigation paralegal, so I don't rightly possess first-hand knowledge; however, I am not really understanding your end goals. I honestly do not see how a CNA will help you. Are you trying to work as a CNA? If you are, then of course it will help you. You can't get hired without a certificate.
If you are wanting to work in a law firm, or a company that handles medical issues such as health care compliance, I am not understanding how a CPR and First Aid certificate would be necessary and/or make you more hire-able. They are going to want office skills, not medical skills. I would think CPR and First Aid to be non-important secondary skills in a law office. The only way those skills would be used in a law office is if someone got hurt and if that is how you intend to use those skills, then I guess they would help you.
My suggestion is to do more research on what it is you want to do, because it seems like you don't really know what is required, what your end goal is, what health care compliance is comprised of or what your role as a paralegal would be. Seek out the position you want to work in and see if that company's HR have requisites or see if you can actually talk to a professional that has the job you want.
I linked a website that talks about CHC certifications. They also list seminars you can attend. THOSE are the things that would help in beginning a paralegal career in health care compliance. Not CNA or first aid skills. As I said, you aren't going to be practicing medicine in a law office, nor do they need those skills. A law office needs an individual that understands the law behind compliance, not how to do CPR. Same with a private company. They aren't going to need you to know how to do medical procedures. They need you to have knowledge of compliance.
Will Setting Up A Law Office With An Attorney-At-Law As A Lawyer Lure Any Associates Or Paralegal In Practicing Law For The Public Defender?
Your question doesn't make any sense. How would it lure anyone to work for the public defender?
Felony Charges, Need An Attorney?
My Family And I Have A Very Awkward Case Going On. My Step-Father Has Been Charged Of Child Stealing. They Have Told Him That It Is From A Street Address That We Have Never Lived In. He Has A Domestic Violence History Back In 98' But Did The Time And Payed Fines And Attended Classes. They Told Him That The Child Stealing Charge Is Part Of The Domestic Violence Case. Need Help. He Had His Arraignment And Was Set To A Preliminary Trial. We Have No Lawyer Yet. What Do We Do? If Anyone Can Refer A Lawyer To Help With The Case. Thank You
Appear in court as your subpoena requires. On your first appearance the judge will determine if you qualify for a court appointed attorney.
Once the court has determined you are represented by an attorney, you will then be given the opportunity to talk to your lawyer about the circumstances before a new court date is scheduled for a "plea" docket!
Husband Got Pulled Over For Drinking And Driving In Maryland, Does He Need A Lawyer?
Husband Got Pulled Over In Montgomery County, Maryland. Does He Need A Lawyer And How Much Money Will It Cost? He Says He Needs To Go To Trial. His Car Was Towed And We Paid Close To $200 To Get His Car Back. How Much More Will It Cost To Get This Solved? Thank You.
Your husband not only needs a lawyer, but he needs the BEST lawyer that you can afford! Don't trust this to just any cut-rate schmuck! Definitely look for a lawyer that specializes in this sort of case.
Once we are done with court, Hubby needs to get his $hit together and not do this again!!!
A good lawyer will get him the best deal possible. If he appears without a lawyer, he will get the maximum sentence that the court can give. As unfortunate as it is, one has to pay the 'middleman' (the lawyer) in a situation like this. Definitely do not try to argue this case on your (his) own!
My thoughts and prayers are with you! Good luck!
Best Law School Options?
I Am Currently On Track To Graduate With A Ba In Accounting(Honors). From There I Plan To Attend Law School.
I Was Thinking Of Trying To Get Into Schools Like Harvard, But Worry About Cost. Does The Law School I Choose Make A Huge Difference In Terms Of Career?
With Cost In Mind Would There Be A Huge Difference Between A State University School Of Law As Opposed To An Ivy League School Like Harvard.
I graduated from Harvard Law School. When I was coming through, everyone who wanted to work in a large law firm paying top wages (which now would be $160,000/year) had multiple job offers from them. I was in the lower 40% of the class but I had job offers from those types of firms all around the country. It's still the same today, despite a much worse job market. So an HLS degree is a ticket to high-paying jobs, and even if you are terrible as a lawyer, you can bounce around from one high-paying job to others for at least around 10 years, and easily repay any law school debt. (Some people didn't want this, and they just found jobs in public interest organizations or the like, and others ended up clerking for the Supreme Court or other prestigious courts.)
Columbia U. has the best job record of any law school in the country since it's in a legal gold mine, NYC, and it's just easier for more firms to come to campus to offer jobs.
No state school even comes close to that employment track record. UVA, Berkeley and Michigan are the only state schools that have top law schools, and even significant portions of their classes don't get jobs.
Look at http://www.lstscorereports.com/national/ for the full numbers on jobs, costs, etc.
Finally, while where you go to law school matters less as the time out of law school grows (and your client base and skills matter more), going to Harvard or the like gives you a significant starting advantage in your career (and thus a significant starting advantage in growing your bank account).
But, please--comparing a typical state school to Harvard?
I Need Legal Representation, Free Or Arrangements Made?
Recently My Ex And I Agreed To Go Through The Tx Attorney General For Child Support That I Send For Our Two Older Children. I Figured In The 25% That It Would Amount To And Budgeted, Etc. The Oag Lady That Took The Case Decided To Take 65% Of My Income-Which Is Against The Law-Under A Clause. The Clause States That &Quot;If Obligor Intentionally Underworks Or Doesn'T Work At All, The Amount Can Be Based Upon A 40 Hr Wk. They Didn'T Interview Me Or Anything So They'Ve No Idea What My Intentions Are! I Need To Fight This For Two Reasons: 1) I Can'T Lose More Than Half Of My Income, And 2) For Anyone Else Who Has Had Trouble With Them. &Quot;They&Quot; Serve A Great Purpose But They Are Not Above The Law Nor Have The Right To Assume Anything And Wrongfully Take From Good Parents Who Are Truly Trying. Someone Pls Help Me
Well you have the right to disagree with the AG 's office. It is the judge who ultimately decides the proper and legal amount of support owed. I have never heard of an AG doing something this overboard. Do not sign the agreement! Insist upon taking the issue before a judge. If you have already signed it then that is a different story because then you need to get an attorney and try to modify the terms of the court order. You might also try to talk to the caseworker's supervisor.