Administering and Managing Legal department in Corporate office Part 1

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What will i learn?
  • Overview of Judicial System
  • Learning the duties of a legal secretary
  • Understanding courts, crime, and criminal justice system
  • Detailed understanding of Law and Crime
  • Understanding the functioning of state courts
  • Introduction to legal vocabulary
  • Understanding arrest to arraignment and charging documents
  • Basics of trials and juries
  • Functioning of Appellate courts

Requirements
  • There is no essential requirement for this course
  • No required prerequisite for this course
  • No prior knowledge or experience is required to enroll for this course.
  • No prerequisites needed
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Description

The course on introducing to Legal subjects and increasing legal understanding by Gurukol provides a summary of law-related concepts. It's a concise guide for you to find a few big ranges of concepts like courts and crime, controversies, basics of law and crime, state courts, concept of arrest to arraignment, trials and juries, and appellate courts, and legal terminology.


This course is suggested for users looking to amass an understanding of legal secretary operations or are considering the pursuit of a career within the legal sector. This course can help beginners within the field to garner the fundamentals in learning and to understand the legal concepts clearly and concisely. It provides an honest base to propel off when considering a career in an exceedingly legal firm.


The course overview contains the subsequent areas of learning-


Introduction to Legal Secretary


The Courts and also the Criminal Justice System


Law and Crime


Basis of yank Law


Introduction to State Courts


Basics of Trials and Juries


Appellate Courts


Legal Terminology.

Who this course is for
  • Expand their skills
  • Every one who wants to enhance life and improve their quality of life
  • Students who want to establish themselves as thorough professionals in their organizations.
  • The ideal candidates for this course are the professionals who are looking to establish themselves as thorough professionals in their organizations.

Curriculum for this course
249 Lessons 05:38:01 Hours
Introducing a Legal Secretary and Understanding the Legal Concepts
13 Lessons 00:24:21 Hours
  • Is Timing Essential - Prompt or Reasonable 00:00:48
  • Course Starter part2 00:00:40
  • Course Starter part3 00:00:44
  • Introducing a Legal Secretary part1 00:00:05
  • Introducing a Legal Secretary part2 00:00:31
  • Who is a Legal Secretary 00:00:59
  • Prospective Careers 00:00:39
  • Functions of a Legal Secretary 00:01:38
  • Required Characteristics 00:01:42
  • Examples of a Legal Secretary Resume 00:14:04
  • Possible Employment Outlook 00:01:32
  • Reviewing Lesson 01 part1 00:00:05
  • Reviewing Lesson 01 part2 00:00:54
  • Defining a Sentencing 00:01:06
  • The Process of Bail 00:01:17
  • Who is the Grand Jury 00:01:07
  • Example of an Entry of Appearance 00:03:04
  • Explaining the process of Preliminary Hearing 00:00:46
  • What is an Arraignment 00:00:23
  • Concept of Discovery 00:00:46
  • What are Pretrial Motions 00:00:59
  • Understanding Plea Negotiations 00:00:59
  • What is a Trial 00:00:53
  • Example of an Plea Agreement 00:09:24
  • What is an Initial Appearance 00:01:01
  • What is an Appeal 00:00:37
  • Explaining the Law on the Books and Law in Action 00:00:48
  • Describing the Law on the Books 00:01:29
  • What is the Law in Action 00:00:59
  • Elucidating The Crime Control Model & Due Process Model 00:00:36
  • Differenciating between Crime Control vs. Due Process 00:00:59
  • Explaining the Crime Control Model 00:00:47
  • What is The Due Process Model 00:00:56
  • Reviewing Lesson 02 part1 00:00:05
  • Reviewing Lesson 02 part2 00:01:08
  • What are Appellate Courts 00:00:59
  • A Brief Outline of Courts, Crime, and Controversy part2 00:00:24
  • Introduction To The Courts and the Criminal Justice System part1 00:00:13
  • Introduction To The Courts and the Criminal Justice System part2 00:01:07
  • Describing U.S. Courts 00:03:04
  • Illustrating A Typical Courthouse 00:01:20
  • Illustrating A Typical Courtroom 00:04:08
  • What is The Jury Box 00:02:18
  • The Functions of U.S. Supreme Court 00:01:38
  • Painting a Picture Of The U.S. Supreme Court Interior 00:00:25
  • Explaining Trial Courts 00:01:23
  • A Brief Outline of Courts, Crime, and Controversy part1 00:00:05
  • The Functions of U.S. Supreme Court (Cont.) 00:01:07
  • Who are The Actors in the Courthouse 00:08:25
  • The Role of Prosecutors 00:01:15
  • Who are Defence Attorneys 00:01:32
  • Duty of a Judges 00:01:00
  • Difference Between Criminal vs Civil Court Cases 00:00:49
  • The Different Steps of the Criminal Judicial Proceedings 00:02:59
  • The Procedure Of a Typical Felony Prosecution 00:02:42
  • Defining a Crime 00:00:59
  • Explaining an Arrest 00:00:33
  • A Detail Explanation on Civil Remedies for Fighting Crime 00:01:28
  • The Concept of Adversary System 00:01:01
  • What are Adversary System Safeguards 00:00:50
  • A Few Levels of Proof part1 00:01:40
  • A Few Levels of Proof part2 00:00:55
  • Explaining Presumptions and Inferences 00:01:02
  • Basic Concept of Burden of Proof 00:00:47
  • What are the Rights Held by Accused 00:01:16
  • Explaining The Due Process 00:00:48
  • What are the Criminal Procedure Amendments 00:00:34
  • Understanding The Bill of Rights 00:00:25
  • Different Types of Civil Disputes 00:01:20
  • Elucidating Civil Remedy 00:00:23
  • What is a Judge-Made Law (Cont.) 00:01:12
  • Various Types of Injunctions 00:01:21
  • An Overview on Criminal Law 00:00:51
  • Contrast Between Civil and Criminal Law 00:03:09
  • What are The Five Elements of a Crime 00:01:26
  • Elements Stated in Layman Terms 00:00:26
  • What are Criminal Defences 00:01:52
  • Understanding Delinquency 00:01:07
  • Attributes of the Most Common Serious Crimes 00:03:49
  • Attributes of the Most Serious Crimes 00:01:50
  • Reviewing Chapter 03 part1 00:00:05
  • Reviewing Chapter 03 part2 00:01:21
  • Understanding the Reporter Map 00:01:11
  • Principles of Law and Crime part2 00:00:29
  • Basics of American Law 00:00:19
  • What is the Common Law Heritage 00:00:34
  • Explaining The Casey Anthony Case 00:01:10
  • What is the Common Law Heritage (Cont.) 00:00:14
  • The concept of Multiple Sources of Law 00:01:03
  • What is a Judge-Made Law 00:00:29
  • What do you mean by Based on Precedent 00:01:46
  • Understanding Case Reporters 00:01:16
  • A Few Federal Reporter Names 00:00:32
  • A Few Other Sample State Reporters 00:00:28
  • Principles of Law and Crime part1 00:00:05
  • Basics of Reading Legal Citations 00:02:51
  • Example of a Citation part1 00:00:40
  • Example of a Citation part2 00:00:39
  • Example of a Citation part3 00:00:55
  • A Few Other Examples 00:01:49
  • The Example of Actual Case, 9th Circuit, 2006 00:01:07
  • Example of Reading Legal Citations 00:07:39
  • The Origin of American Law 00:00:49
  • Understanding Constitutions 00:00:52
  • What are Codes or Statutes 00:00:35
  • Explaining Administrative Rules and Regulations 00:00:46
  • Describing Trial Courts of General Jurisdiction part1 00:00:56
  • Reviewing Chapter 04 part2 00:00:36
  • Reviewing Chapter 04 part1 00:00:05
  • Explaining State Supreme Courts part2 00:00:24
  • Explaining State Supreme Courts part1 00:00:49
  • What are the Courts of Last Resort 00:01:02
  • Elucidating on Intermediate Court of Appeals part2 00:00:56
  • Elucidating on Intermediate Court of Appeals part1 00:00:32
  • Describing Trial Courts of General Jurisdiction part2 00:00:39
  • Describing State Courts part1 00:00:05
  • Example of a Search Warrant 00:11:05
  • The Role of Lower Courts 00:00:57
  • Explaining The Trial Courts of Limited Jurisdiction 00:01:23
  • What are Four Layers of Typical State Courts 00:00:18
  • The Past History of State Courts 00:02:32
  • Explaining State Courts Today 00:03:18
  • Describing State Courts part2 00:00:18
  • Describing Preliminary Hearing part2 00:00:44
  • A Sample Bail Bond Agreement 00:04:52
  • Law In Action Regarding Bail 00:00:52
  • Different Types of Bail 00:02:08
  • What are the Effects Of The Bail System 00:01:18
  • Explaining Bench Warrants 00:01:16
  • Explaining Case Disposition While Attaining Bail 00:01:04
  • The Concept of Preventive Detention 00:01:08
  • The Situation with Bail Agents and Bounty Hunters 00:01:20
  • Describing Preliminary Hearing part1 00:00:47
  • Law On The Books Regarding Bail 00:00:00
  • Law On The Books Regarding Preliminary Hearing 00:00:50
  • A Detail Explanation on Grand Jury 00:00:19
  • Difference in State Use of Grand Juries 00:01:08
  • Law On The Books About Grand Jury 00:00:05
  • Details About Grand Jury 00:01:25
  • Explaining Arraignment 00:00:30
  • Reviewing Lesson 05 part1 00:00:30
  • Reviewing Lesson 05 part2 00:01:07
  • Describing Initial Appearance part1 00:00:53
  • Introduction to Going From Arrest to Arraignment part2 00:00:31
  • What is Crime 00:00:24
  • An Equation Between Type I and Type II UCR Offences 00:01:29
  • What is Crime (Cont.) 00:00:24
  • Process of Arrest 00:00:34
  • Explaining Clearance Rates for UCR Type I Offences 00:01:09
  • Process of Arrest (Cont.) 00:01:26
  • A Few Facts About Arrest 00:01:32
  • Introduction to Going From Arrest to Arraignment part1 00:00:05
  • Describing Initial Appearance part2 00:02:13
  • Defining Charging 00:00:25
  • Required Charging Documents 00:00:46
  • Law On The Books Regarding Charging 00:00:53
  • Law In Action Regarding Charging 00:02:04
  • A Few Different Charging Tactics 00:00:57
  • Explaining Bail part1 00:00:28
  • Explaining Bail part2 00:01:11
  • The Process of Defence Presenting Its Case 00:01:12
  • How to Overview a Basic Evidence (Cont.) part1 00:01:17
  • How to Overview a Basic Evidence (Cont.) part2 00:01:36
  • How to Object the Admission of Evidence 00:01:30
  • How to Overview a Basic Evidence (Cont..) 00:00:58
  • What are Steps In The Trial Process 00:03:00
  • Explaining Opening Statements 00:00:47
  • A Detail Explanation Prosecution's Case In Chief 00:01:14
  • What Are Defence Goals 00:00:47
  • Elucidating on the Defence's Case in Chief 00:01:14
  • Different Types of Evidence 00:00:59
  • The Procedure of Prosecution Rebuttal 00:00:19
  • What are Closing Arguments 00:01:09
  • Principles of the Jury Instruction 00:01:30
  • Deliberations by the Jury 00:00:52
  • Example of a Jury Instruction 00:03:26
  • How is the The Verdict Passed 00:00:36
  • What is The Post-Verdict Motions 00:00:57
  • Reviewing Lesson 06 part1 00:01:00
  • Reviewing Lesson 06 part2 00:00:05
  • The Process of Summoning the Venire 00:00:21
  • Describing Trials and Juries part2 00:00:14
  • The Past History of Trials by Jury 00:00:29
  • Who Is The Jury 00:00:28
  • Law on the Books Regarding The Constitution and Trial by Jury part1 00:00:36
  • Law on the Books Regarding The Constitution and Trial by Jury part2 00:00:30
  • What are State Provisions on the Size of Criminal Juries 00:01:59
  • Law on the Books Regarding The Constitution and Trial by Jury (Cont.) 00:00:30
  • What are Law on the Books for Selecting a Fair and Unbiased Jury 00:00:46
  • What is the Master Jury List 00:00:40
  • Describing Trials and Juries part1 00:00:05
  • What is a Venire Eligibility 00:00:47
  • Defining Voir Dire - Speak the Truth 00:01:57
  • Example on Voir Dire 00:13:59
  • What Does It Mean to be Serving On A Jury 00:01:17
  • Law in Action While Choosing a Jury Biased in Your Favor 00:01:37
  • Explaining Presumptions and the Burden of Proof part1 00:00:55
  • Explaining Presumptions and the Burden of Proof part2 00:00:25
  • How to Overview a Basic Evidence 00:00:43
  • What are Appellate Courts part1 00:00:05
  • What are Appellate Courts part2 00:00:24
  • What is the Nature of the Appellate Process 00:00:18
  • Restrictions on the Right to Appellate Review 00:00:49
  • Explaining The Standard of Review 00:02:56
  • What are the Procedures of Appellate Court 00:01:43
  • Example of an Notice of Appeal 00:05:02
  • Example of a Double Jeopardy Motion 00:12:36
  • What are the Procedures of Appellate Court (Cont.) part1 00:00:50
  • What are the Procedures of Appellate Court (Cont.) part2 00:01:19
  • Defining Criminal Appeals 00:00:29
  • What is Post-Conviction Review 00:01:25
  • Elucidating on the State Supreme Courts 00:00:41
  • Explaining The U.S. Supreme Court and Criminal Justice Policy 00:00:26
  • Reviewing Lesson 07 part1 00:00:05
  • Reviewing Lesson 07 part2 00:00:51
  • What is Jurisdiction and Venue 00:00:31
  • What is Jurisdiction and Venue 00:00:31
  • Explaining the Choice of Law 00:00:37
  • What is Injunction 00:00:39
  • What is the Termination Clause 00:00:47
  • Describing Implied or Expressed Waiver 00:00:33
  • A Few More Quick Terms 00:00:51
  • An Account of Legal Terminology part1 00:00:05
  • An Account of Legal Terminology part2 00:00:37
  • An Account of Legal Terminology part3 00:01:05
  • An Example of The Online Legal Dictionary 00:06:14
  • Explaining Contract Terms 00:00:28
  • Example of a Contract 00:01:10
  • Defining Covenants 00:00:39
  • Explaining Conditions 00:00:44
  • What is The Reasonable Man Doctrine 00:00:47
  • List of Reasonable conclusion - Courts Decide 00:00:05
  • Defining the term Material 00:00:37
  • Why Time is of the Essence 00:00:50
  • Looking at a few Small But Critical Words 00:00:35
  • Explaining about Representations and Warrant 00:00:51
  • Example of an Contract 00:12:09
  • Types of Breach - Material Breach 00:00:40
  • Types of Damages 00:00:41
  • What are Compensatory Damages 00:00:55
  • Explaining Punitive Damages 00:00:33
  • An outline about Nominal Damages 00:00:55
  • Direct and Consequential Damages 00:00:31
  • Further Explanation on Negligence 00:00:31
  • What is Subrogation 00:00:40
  • Reviewing Lesson 08 part1 00:00:05
  • Reviewing Lesson 08 part2 00:00:37
  • Course Conclusion part1 00:00:05
  • Course Conclusion part2 00:00:45
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