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This guide will provide you with quality resources to help you in your paralegal studies program.
Determine whether your sources are reliable or crap by putting them through the CRAAP Test.
Anyone can publish information on the Internet. Before using information you find on the Internet for assignments and research, it is important to judge its accuracy and to establish that the information comes from a reliable and appropriate source.
A non-profit organization that focuses on the continuing education and professional development of legal assistants and paralegals like you. NALA represents more than 18,000 paralegals and offers training, helpful publications and more.