Paralegal Service

We recognize the definition of a Paralegal as set forth in California's Business and Professions Code, Sections 6450. Attorney supervised tasks performed by our paralegals may include, but are not limited to:

Case planning, development, and management

Legal research and writing

Interviewing clients

Fact gathering and retrieving information

Drafting and analyzing legal documents

Collecting, compiling, and utilizing technical information to make an independent decision and recommendation to the supervising attorney

Assist in the production of trial notebooks and exhibit books for trial

Enhance trial statements and arguments using the latest trial presentation software

The evolution of the Paralegal's role

The ammendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that relate to electronic discovery and "electronically stored information" or "ESI", went into effect on December 1, 2006. The ammendments included changes and additions to Rules 16, 26, 33, 34, 37, and 45, along with Form 35.

At CopyPro Legal, we believe the ammendments significantly changed the paralegal's role in assisting an attorney review and prepare a case for trial. We have embraced this new challenge and have focused our attention on becoming a reliable resource for attorneys in managing electronic discovery, utilizing the best trial presentation software and ultimately, contributing to our client's ability in giving excellent legal representation.