DM2210 - Legal Document Production I

This course combines keyboarding development, word processing concepts, and legal document processing for general legal procedures, civil litigation and incorporation. Keyboarding skills will be reviewed and developed to 35 net words per minute for five minutes with an emphasis on accuracy. This course is designed to teach students the setup and function of various legal and non-legal documents including correspondence, reports, memoranda, accounts, contracts, court documents and corporate papers. These documents will be produced with speed and efficiency using state-of-the-art equipment and software to create a precedent file from which students will merge text from the keyboard. In addition, word processing concepts introduced in DM1210 Document Production II will be further enhanced. Note: Students must achieve a typing speed of 40 net words per minute for five minutes in order to pass KB1151.

Prerequisite(s): DM1210

Corequisite(s): OF2500

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