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Fundamentals of Law for the Legal Professional

Wednesday, April 10, 2013
  6–9:30 p.m.


Location: UC Riverside Extension Center
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Category: Enrichment

Description:

The American legal system, federal and California court systems, and administrative law. Legal ethics, professional responsibility and the role of the legal professional; civil and criminal law; torts; family and probate law; contracts, real property, and business law; basic concepts of legal research, analysis and writing; statutory and case law; lawsuits; civil procedure; litigation, pleadings and discovery; investigation procedures and interviewing; terminology; spotting legal issues; understanding client relationships; law office procedures.


Includes parking.


Instructor: Barry C. Hofeld, J.D., is a retired senior Riverside County Deputy District Attorney, with 30 years of prosecution experience, over 100 jury trials including numerous homicides. He has had supervisory assignments in drug court, enforcement of child custody orders, and the complaints division.  He has taught criminal law, fundamentals of law, torts, and evidence at Extension and elsewhere since 1996.


UCR Extension, Riverside


Date/Time: Wed. 6-9:30 p.m., Apr. 10-Jun. 19 (11 meetings)


Enroll online or contact Student Services at (951) 827-4105 or toll-free (800)442-4992. Refer to Section 124-CPP-P01



Additional Information: Fundamentals of Law for the Legal Professional

Open to: General Public
Admission: Entry Charge: $595.00
Sponsor: UCR Extension

Contact Information:
Stacy Sweeney
(951) 827-5801
sciences@ucx.ucr.edu