This program is perfect for...
- Post-baccalaureate students looking for an introduction to the legal profession and core substantive areas of law
- Working paralegals who wish to expand and update their knowledge of legal and procedural issues
- Individuals looking for nationally recognized training as a paralegal
- Those looking to expand their employment prospects in an existing paralegal career
What you can learn.
- An overview of the paralegal profession as well as the responsibilities and opportunities for paralegals in various practice areas
- Governing principles of law in the areas of contracts, torts, criminal law, real property, business organizations, and securities law
- Stages of civil procedure, from pleadings and discovery through preparing for and presenting evidence at trial
- How to conduct legal research, analysis, draft legal documents and utilize legal technology
Estimated Cost Breakdown
Application & Candidacy Fee
Estimated Program Tuition
Estimated program textbook/materials
*The Application & Candidacy fee establishes your candidacy in the program for a period of time covering normal progress toward completion and may allow you to access a variety of program benefits. See our website or speak to a program representative for more information about candidacy and program benefits.
Visa Requirement Applicable
VA Benefit Eligible
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Paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public, except as permitted by law.