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Monthly Archives: February 2012
This approximately 14 minutes long episode describes how you can deliver IT as a service, by creating private clouds as well as how to manage your IT environment in a more agile way. Many resources for the topic are also … Continue reading
A new program to the Davis County area is bringing teamwork and hands-on learning together to make a huge community impact. Broadview University’s Layton campus and Utah Legal Services are partnering to offer the Layton Family Law Legal Clinic. Broadview’s … Continue reading
Have you considered registering for and attending one of the IT Camps offered through TechNet? http://www.technetevents.com/Default.aspx As explained on the Microsoft TechNet Events site, these are free, in-person learning events for anyone seeking professional development as it applies to IT … Continue reading
Criminal Justice chair Mike Lewis, took his CJ240 Corrections class on several great tours: Minnesota Corrections Facility, Faribault Rice County Jail/Annex, Rice County Our students got to see first hand what it was like to work in a correctional facility … Continue reading
Criminal Justice chair Mike Lewis, presented Dakota County Attorney Jim Backstrom as a guest speaker for his CJ205 Juvenile Justice class. Mr. Backstrom talked about what his office does, about juvenile laws and procedure, and also discussed several high profile juvenile cases in … Continue reading
Criminal Justice chair Mike Lewis, presented his CJ240 Corrections class with guest speaker Frank Hosch from 180 degrees (Community Corrections). Mr Hosch spoke about what 180 degrees does and also discussed the importance of getting involved in volunteer activities and job opportunities … Continue reading
Started by paralegal Christie Thompson, the Minnesota Legal Professionals In Transition is a networking group that focuses on sharing employment and educational opportunities. The next meeting is Thursday, March 8th from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at Lunds’ community room , 3945 50th … Continue reading
If you aren’t “LinkedIn” yet to the paralegal groups yet, you are missing out on some great discussions. Linda McGrath-Cruz, ACP FRP from Florida asked on the Paralegal Network group, “If you work as a paralegal or legal assistant somewhere that … Continue reading