Find an accredited legal assistant diploma or paralegal degree program at a local trade school or online college. Accelerated and hybrid-online certificate and degree program options are available at some colleges.
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Colleges with Paralegal Degree Programs
All listed schools are accredited and offer financial aid to students who qualify.
- Berkeley College
- Berks Technical Institute
- Brookline College
- Carrington College
- Daymar College
- Keiser University
- South College
- Virginia College
- Miller Motte College
- Fortis Institute
- Remington College
- Intercoast College
All schools are not listed here, use the search application to find your local options.
“…paralegals will work on files, research relevant cases to the ones they are working on, and writing reports. They help the attorney prepare for trial in whatever capacity is expected of them. In many instances, the Paralegal does the entire case work up, and they get paid hourly. The main difference between a paralegal and an attorney is the paralegal can not try a case in court.”
“The median salary for a Paralegal and Legal Assistant is $50,410 annually. However, depending on how much experience the paralegal has and what type of law is the specialty, paralegals can make much more.”[ref]