Forfeiture Victim? Did someone steal your credit card number and you received notice from a federal law enforcement agency notifying you that you may file a petition for remission or mitigation and/or a claim? If you are a victim of the fraud, you should file a Petition for Remission or Mitigation, NOT A CLAIM! Why? E-mail me at Dave@VirtualParalegal.com or call me for a free, confidential consultation.
Asset Forfeiture – What is a Petition for Remission or Mitigation?
How is it different from a Claim?
Which Should I file?
Call Dave @ 202-579-5044 or e-mail Dave@VirtualParalegal.com for expert asset forfeiture consultation.
If your cash, car or property was seized by local, state or federal officials, you HAVE TO ACT FAST!
Call Dave at 202-579-5044 for a free consultation!
While I am not licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction and therefore cannot represent you, I will use my education and experience to explain the process to you and assist to answer administrative-type questions. I would be happy to speak with your attorney and offer my expertise.
In this tough job market, you need to STAND OUT with a VIDEO RESUME!
– ADD UP TO TWO YOU TUBE VIDEOS!! If you want to STAND OUT, this is what you need to add! Everyone has a webcam – if not, I highly suggest the Logitech C920 – take a minute to introduce yourself!
– Add up to 5 work samples
– Paste your resume so everything appears in the correct place
Recently, Virtual Paralegal (VPL) spoke with Shiromi Praba of George Washington University for some comprehensive insight concerning their Master of Paralegal Studies Program. In our conversation, Ms. Praba was able to render an overview about the main features of their program.
It is the goal of GWU’s paralegal program to prepare students entering the paralegal profession through rigorous coursework. Courses are instructed by experienced attorneys that teach using a balance of philosophical study and practical application of law. In order to accommodate busy schedules, GWU’s program utilizes a combination of traditional classroom teaching and modern online instruction. Also, the program is intertwined with George Washington’s Law School, giving enrolled students access to seminars, workshops, clinics, and legal research at the Burns Law Library.
There are two paths of enrollment into GWU’s paralegal program. The first offers students a chance to enroll in an 8-month graduate certificate program. Students in the 8-month program must complete at total of 18 credit hours; including 12-core credit hours. They also offer a 15-month master’s degree program in which students must complete a requisite of 32 credit hours for completion. There also is an Advanced Standing Request, which allows students who already have paralegal certifications to forgo the 12-core credit hours; earning the master’s in only 12-months. The 8-month and 15-month programs are based on a schedule of only two evenings per week; making it convenient for working professionals.
GWU’s enrollment prerequisites include: a Bachelor Degree from an accredited university with a GPA of 3.0 or better, a statement of purpose (250-500 words), 2 letters of Recommendation, resume, and official sealed transcripts from previous schools.
VPL learned that George Washington is one of the most prestigious universities for producing legal professionals. The university as a whole is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. The paralegal program has earned membership into several organizations including the American Association for Paralegal Education, The International Paralegal Management and Lambda Epsilon Chi National Paralegal Honor Society.
The information below was provided about the program’s fees along with website links for further assistance.
APPLICATION FEE: $75
REGISTRATION FEE: $35
TUITION FEES: $816 PER CREDIT
TECHNOLOGY FEE $25
BOOK FEE: $100-$150 PER COURSE
OVERALL PROGRAM COST: $26,144
Other paralegal education programs interested in telling us about your curriculum please contact Virtual Paralegal via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am thrilled by the responses I have received from well-qualified paralegals interested in an internship and hope to choose at least two (and up to four) PAID interns by early June.
While all the resumes and writing samples I received are critical, I wanted to try something new (as VirtualParalegal.com always does – from our Interactive Resumes to our ability to provide an expert paralegal on just about every subject on an as-needed to basis).
The newest idea is for you to submit YOUR OWN JOB PROPOSAL – sort of a “reverse resume” – here are a few examples:
Current paralegal student available to provide first-hand information on my program, interview my professors and admissions staff and provide advice to prospective students;
Expert with WordPress, interested in making VirtualParalegal.com’s website a lot better, not that it’s not awesome already;
Person who knows the difference between “there, they’re and their” interested in writing regular blawg posts on current cases that may or may not be on the news. Rather than repeating what CNN, FoxNews, MSNBC and their talking heads say, I will offer information that these *&(&S(S don’t mention. Perhaps I will provide a link to the actual text of Florida’s “Stand Your Ground Law” – right here.
Please send your job proposals in addition to your resume and writing samples to THIS LINK ONLY
To those of you who already sent me a resume, I am reviewing them now!
For others, time is running out to send me a resume and writing sample (or two) to email@example.com.
Interns will be paid $300-$600 working minimal hours on exciting projects.