In order to accommodate most paralegal students' class schedule, the meeting time for next year has been changed to the last Thursday of each month @ 5:00 p.m. Meetings will be held in BTC 237, and webinar access will be available.
Students Jeannine Chelonis and Lisa Gilbert and PTC Advisory Board members Janice Miller and Linda Adair at the 2014 APA Conference at Mt. Magazine.
Amicus Curiae offers students an opportunity to expand their legal knowledge and develop a greater understanding of the legal field. The club regularly holds meetings and events in which Paralegal Club members may network with members of the legal field and other PTC students, faculty, and staff. Must be currently enrolled with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Dues are $10 / year. Download Membership Application
Karley Altazan - President
Sally Porter - Vice President
Ariana Wilson - Secretary
Cynthia Cross - Treasurer
PTC’s Amicus Curiae Paralegal club is hosting PTC’s celebration of Law Day, an opportunity for all Americans to celebrate and learn about our contry's court system.
When: Monday, May 2nd, at 12:00 noon
Where: Grand Hall, Campus Center Bldg.
This year Little Rock criminal defense attorney John Wesley Hall, Jr. will host a presentation on Miranda rights – what you should know as a citizen. Mr. Hall, a former Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Little Rock and a Criminal Defense Lawyer since 1979, knows his way around the law. He is the author of three books:
Professional Responsibility in Criminal Defense Practice (3d ed. 2005; Thomson-West), virtual appendix and supplement: www.LawofCriminalDefense.com.
Search and Seizure (3d ed. 2000 (supp. annually); Lexis Law Publishing), e-supplement: www.FourthAmendment.com (4th ed. due January 2007)
Trial Handbook for Arkansas Lawyers (1st ed. 1986; 2d ed. 1993; 3d ed. 1998; published annually in paperback since 1999, now two volumes; Thomson-West)
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