DM3250 - Legal Document Production II

This course builds on DM2210 - Legal Document Production I and incorporates many of the basic legal formats learned. This course will introduce students to documents required by a legal practice when handling real estate transactions for both the vendor and the purchaser and will further develop word processing and legal document production skills for wills, estates and family law. Students will produce correspondence, legal documents, and legal precedents required in real estate, wills and estates law, and family law. Using a case approach, students will follow and interpret instructions and produce documents while using check lists to assess priorities and manage time. The students will further develop a precedent file using state-of-the-art equipment and software. Note: Students must achieve a typing speed of 40 net words per minute for five minutes in order to pass KB1151.


Prerequisite(s): DM2210

Corequisite(s): OF2530



This course is offered in the following programs:
Office Administration (Legal)