What is a paralegal degree?

Answer Paralegals, also known as legal assistants, do substantive legal work and were paid an average of $50,953 per year in 2008 according to the National Association of Legal Assistants. The NALA also r... Read More »

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Do i need a specific paralegal degree to become a paralegal?

On One Hand: Paralegal CertificationMany paralegals hold a bachelor's degree in an unrelated field with certification specific to criminal justice or paralegal studies. Making sure that the certifi... Read More »

Do you need a degree to be a paralegal?

Paralegals do no need a degree if they can find an employer willing to train them on the job. But employers usually require at least an associate's degree. Some employers prefer certification and... Read More »

Paralegal Degree Jobs?

Paralegals are employed by all types of organizations including private law firms, insurance companies and corporations. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, paralegals will continue t... Read More »

Can I use my paralegal degree in Canada?

According to the Law Society of Upper Canada, an individual must obtain a Canadian paralegal license from an accredited school in Canada. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that only the America... Read More »