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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM, Mark Freudenheim
2:45 PM - 4:15 PM, Lajon Frederick and Mary Gurganus
This program meets the California MCLE Paralegal requirement as specified in Business and Professions Code Section 6450(d).
This course will qualify for 3.0 hours of continuing education for paralegals, including 0.0 hour of ethics, toward the eligibility requirements of the DPA Delaware Certified Paralegal Program.
This course will qualify for 3.0 hours of self-study continuing education for paralegals, including 0.0 hour of self-study ethics credit, toward the eligibility requirements of the Florida Registered Paralegal Program.
This course will qualify for 3.0 hours of distance learning continuing education for paralegals, including 0.0 hour of ethics, toward the eligibility requirements as a paralegal affiliate member of the Indiana State Bar Association. No more than 3.0 hours of distance learning CLE credit may be earned during a reporting period.
This program may qualify for up to 3.0 hours of self-study CLE credit by the Montana Commission on Continuing Legal Education, including 0.0 hour of ethics. No more than 4.0 hours of self-study CLE credit may be earned during a reporting period.
This seminar meets the requirements of the Certifying Board for Legal Assistants of the National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc., for 3.0 hours, including 0.0 ethics, of continuing legal assistant education self-study credit required to maintain the CLA (Certified Legal Assistant) credential.
This course will qualify for 3.0 hours of self-study continuing education for paralegals, including 0.0 hour of ethics, toward the eligibility requirements of the Ohio State Bar Association Paralegal Certification program.
Approved by the Paralegal Division of the State Bar of New Mexico for 3.0 general self-study credit and 0.0 ethics self-study credit (for a total of 3.0 hours CLE).
NBI, Inc. is licensed by the New Hampshire Department of Education Office of Career School Licensing. There are no enrollment prerequisites or admissions requirements for this course, and there is no exam or grading system. Satisfactory progress is based solely on attendance at the course. Credits may not be transferred. All refunds shall be paid within 30 days upon written notification from a student of cancellation or withdrawal. Students receiving benefits from federal programs shall be subject to federal refund policies, rules and regulation. Student complaints should be directed to our office at (800) 930-6182. Upon exhausting all avenues with NBI, Inc. for resolution, students may file a complaint with the Office of Career School Licensing at (603) 271-6443.
LAJON FREDERICK is a senior paralegal with Triangle Divorce Lawyers. Ms. Frederick has been working in the legal environment for over 20 years and as a North Carolina certified paralegal beginning in 2007. She is very passionate about her work as a family law paralegal and takes great pride in being able to assist clients through the difficult transition in their lives.
MARK FREUDENHEIM is a partner with Boyle Law Office in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Mr. Freudenheim practices in family law and general civil litigation. He is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association. Mr. Freudenheim earned his B.A degree from Emory University and his J.D. degree from University of Tulsa.
MARY GURGANUS is founding/managing partner at Triangle Divorce Lawyers, where she focuses her practice on family law and litigation. She earned her B.S. degree from Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland; and her J.D. degree, with honors, from North Carolina Central School of Law. During law school, Ms. Gurganus was the president and a founding member of the law school's Innocence Project, which investigates claims of innocence by inmates whose innocence may be proven using new technologies, such as DNA. She also was a member of the North Carolina Central Law Journal, and a parliamentarian and national delegate for the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. Ms. Gurganus is a member of the American Bar Association and North Carolina Bar Association.