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A degree in Legal and Paralegal Studies provides a front row seat to the exciting intricacies of legal practice. Paralegals and legal assistants draft contracts, prepare tax returns, prepare legal documents, obtain affidavits and maintain office records. They also help lawyers prepare for closings, hearings, trials and meetings; they investigate cases and research legal precedents.

With a degree in Legal and Paralegal Studies, you can specialize in family law, personal injury law, corporate law, legal studies, real estate law, court reporting, employment law, social security law, or office secretary. Or, get your certificate, associate, or bachelor’s degree in paralegal studies.

Those intending to practice law or take advantage of the many other high-paying career opportunities available to law school graduates can earn their Juris Doctor degree online. These select online programs offer maximum scheduling flexibility and enable you to complete your degree in less time than is usually required for on-campus programs.

The BS/Paralegal Studies program provides students with a solid foundation in the law and paralegal skills, built upon a broad liberal arts knowledge base. Core competencies include research and analytical skills, and technical competencies in several specialized areas of law. Graduates of this program may pursue career opportunities or advancement in private law firms, corporate law departments, or local, state or federal agencies, where duties may include assisting with litigation preparation, document supervision, aiding attorneys in courtroom proceedings, and researching legal issues.

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