The average annual pay for a paralegal with an associate degree is $50,000!*
Employment of paralegals and legal assistants is projected to grow 12 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations.*
The Paralegal Program is designed to prepare students to serve as legal professionals in private law practice, corporate practice and public practice. General legal coursework is combined with thorough preparation in legal procedures, research and writing to provide high quality legal services under the direction of an attorney. The program also provides opportunity for those already employed in law-related occupations to improve and supplement their existing skills.
Paralegals have a number of responsibilities from office management and legal drafting to research, background checks and client interviews. They can also provide critical services to legal entities within police departments, private businesses and a variety of governmental and non-profit agencies.
For quick responses to your paralegal program questions, EMAIL US directly or call 702-651-5066.
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* According to 2018 Bureau of Labor Statistics data.