Paralegal Certificate & Degree Courses

Go to: Online Paralegal Programs. Criminal Justice Colleges and Vocational Technical Schools with Paralegal Certificate and Associate’s Degree programs. In the paralegal program you’ll take courses such as legal research, writing, corporate and international law and a variety of computer classes. Online, accelerated and hybrid (classroom/online) class options are available at most schools.

Find a Certificate course, Associate or Bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies from a technical college near you. Fill out Top Trade School’s free application and get contacted by the Criminal Justice college of your choice, it’s that easy.

More Colleges with Paralegal Programs

Gwinnett Medical/Tech Classes (FL, GA, NC)

Rockford Career College Trade Programs (WI, MN, IL)

National College Vocational Courses (VA, WV, OH, IN, KY, TN)

McCann Vocational-Tech Classes (PA/LA)

BTI Skilled Trade/Medical Vocational Courses (PA)

NAU Vocational & Degree Classes (across USA)

South College Vocational & Degree Classes (TN)

Virginia College Trade & Tech Courses

MMC Vocational-Tech Courses (Southeast US)

Altierus Skilled Trade & Degree Classes (across US)

Northwestern Certificate & Degree Courses (Illinois)

Vista College Medical/Trade/IT Classes (TX, NM)

Fortis Medical/Trade Courses (across US)

Remington College Vocational Courses (across US)

Brightwood Trade-Medical-IT Courses (Campus/Online)

Intercoast College Vocational Classes (California)

“…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.”

Reference: A Full Guide Of Criminal Justice Careers.