Tompkins Cortland Community College

PARC Discipline Courses

 

Course SubTypes Description
Introduction to Paralegalism
PARC101
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture This course is an examination of the role of paralegals in the legal system, with a particular emphasis on the New York State cour...
Legal Research and Drafting
PARC130
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture Students develop an understanding of legal research and legal writing. Topics include statutes, case law, drafting and writing pro...
Civil Litigation & Procedure
PARC205
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture : The objective of this course is to develop students' understanding of the basic concepts, rules and principles (as well as some...
Real Estate/Property Law
PARC210
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture : Students develop an understanding of real estate and property law in general and with respect to a paralegal's functions. Topic...
Constitutional Law
PARC213
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture This course is a survey of issues involving U.S. Constitutional Law, including the particulars and history of the Constitution and...
Family Law/Domestic Relations
PARC215
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture Designed for upper level paralegal majors, students acquire an understanding of the basic concepts, rules and principles, as well ...
Legal Aspects of Evidence
PARC216
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture, Prerequisite Cross-listed as CRJU 215/PARA 216 The course emphasizes constitutional and procedural considerations affecting arrest, search a...
Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning
PARC220
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture The drafting of wills and trusts and the administration of estates are a unique combination of art and science. Artistically speak...
Criminal Law and Procedure
PARC225
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture This course introduces the paralegal student to topics, issues and procedures that a paralegal deals with working in a criminal la...
Bankruptcy
PARC226
Dist Learning-Web Topics covered are terminology, US Bankruptcy Code, fact and case analysis, pleadings and documents, procedures and remedies, bank...
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