A Refresher of the 7 C’s of Paralegal Communication
In this solo episode of the Paralegals on Fire! Podcast Show, Ann Pearson breaks down the 7 C’s as it applies to paralegal communication and gives you some tips on how to become a more effective communicator.
- Are you using redundant words such as: unanimous vs. completely unanimous?
- Why you always need to be courteous even when the other party is not.
- Why you should never put anything in writing that you would not be comfortable seeing on the front page news!
The 7 C’s
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