Paralegal Studies Graduate Programs
A paralegal performs legal and clerical work under the supervision of an attorney. Also known as “legal assistants”, their job responsibilities vary depending on the size and type of law firm for which they work. It is possible to become a paralegal with a bachelor’s degree, or even an associate’s degree and a certificate in paralegal studies. However, the highest-level training is the master’s in paralegal studies. While most paralegal graduate schools are brick-and-mortar, online paralegal studies programs exist and can be a good option for students requiring flexibility in their schedule and/or commute.
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Search our directory of online paralegal studies graduate degree programs.