Legal & Paralegal Programs

Paralegal studies are a good option if you want to want to have a career in the legal field but are not sure if you want to be an attorney. Paralegals do a lot of similar work to attorneys like conducting legal research and writing legal documents. You can pursue this option and work as a paralegal for a few years and still go to law school if you want to pursue a career as an attorney.

Degree options in this area of study often leads to an Associate Degree and can help gain a entry point into the legal career path as a legal assistant or paralegal. There are several areas of law that you can pursue like corporate paralegal, real estate paralegal, etc.

Sponsored listings for  Legal & Paralegal Programs

  • National American University

    Sample Programs Offered
    • A.A.S. Paralegal Studies
    • A.A.S. Professional Legal Studies
    • B.S. Paralegal Studies
  • Keiser University

    Sample Programs Offered
    • Associate of Arts in Paralegal Studies (Online Only)
    • Associate of Arts in Paralegal Studies (Online Only)
    • Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies (Online Only)