|What is the Paralegal Studies program?
The Paralegal Studies Program is part of the Administrative Computer Technology (ACT) Department which trains paralegals to work under the direct supervison of a lawyer.
You will learn to:
Prepare trial briefs, motions and writs, and to assist during a trial
Prepare legal instruments, such as wills, petitions and applications
Conduct fact-finding inquiries and prepare written memoranda
Conduct basic legal research
Apply legal computer technology
|What can I do with this course of study?
You can obtain a position as a paralegal to serve clients' needs and assist an attorney in trial preparation, legal research, and other areas of law.
|What's special about program?
The Paralegal Studies department offers two degrees: Paralegal Studies and Paralegal Studies: Non Lawyer Advocacy. Students can attend full time or part time. Classes are offered during the day or at night. Many classes are also offered online.