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how do paralegals use critical thinking
Weegy: Paralegal work skills can be developed with the proper training and experience, but a good foundation of the fundamental skills needed to be a successful paralegal can help you to excel in the field. [ To assess the skills required for being a paralegal you can review the paralegal duties to gain some insight into what skills are necessary for each type of law. Each type of law will help you to become better at certain skills. For instance, experienced probate law paralegals will likely be able to draft a simple will with their eyes closed. Real estate paralegals will be able to review commercial real estate due diligence items more quickly and efficiently than a nurse paralegal. Although a nurse paralegal will be able to read and analyze medical reports as though it were second nature. So all types of paralegals will become experts on certain types of paralegal work that is common in their arena of law. ] (More)
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A paralegal uses critical thinking skills to help lawyers prepare for their cases. They need to evaluate many pieces of information such as laws, legal decisions, and legal articles to come up with specific information that will prove a client's case, which involves a high level of critical thinking.

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A paralegal uses critical thinking skills to help lawyers prepare for their cases. They need to evaluate many pieces of information such as laws, legal decisions, and legal articles to come up with specific information that will prove a client's case, which involves a high level of critical thinking.

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