CSUEB paralegal professor’s law books published and available in early August
- August 9, 2013 5:15am
Jeffrey Allen, an associate professor for CSUEB’s Paralegal Studies Certificate program, has recently co-authored two books with attorney Ashley Hallene, “Technology Solutions for Today's Lawyer” and “iPad for Lawyers: the tools you need at your fingertips.” Both books will be available in early August.
“We undertook the books because technology is an increasingly important part of the functioning of a law office and too many attorneys do not have a good working knowledge of it,” said Allen. “We wanted to help give them the tools they need to deal with the growing importance of technology.”
The book “iPad for Lawyers” will be available through Thomson Reuters Westlaw and “Technology Solutions for Today's Lawyer” will be available on the American Bar Association (ABA) Web site. Electronic formats may be available in the future.
Allen has been a faculty member of the paralegal program at CSUEB for approximately six years. He teaches Litigation 1 and 2 and Introduction to Law. Allen also serves on the program's Advisory Board.
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