Paralegal Program

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Evening Generalist

Available to both graduates and undergraduates*, this eleven month course is ideal for candidates who are working full time and are seeking a career change or advancement. This course provides a brief overview of seven different areas of law.

Upcoming Dates
Summer 2015: June 2, 2015 - May 12, 2016
Fall 2015: September 8, 2015 - August 18, 2016
Spring 2016: January 26, 2016 - December 22, 2016
Legal Research 45 hours
Civil Litigation 45 hours
Corporations 33 hours
Estates, Trusts and Wills 33 hours
Criminal Law 33 hours
Family Law 33 hours
Real Estate 33 hours
Bankruptcy 30 hours
Computers in the Legal Field 36 hours
TOTAL 321 hours


*Undergraduates enrolled in the evening programs are required to complete the following course in addition to those listed above:

Fundamental Legal Studies 54 hours

This course, which is designed to supplement the writing component of Legal Research, utilizes lectures, in-class assignments and “workshop” tutorials and discussions to strengthen students’ legal writing skills. There will also be a discussion of legal interviewing skills and how information obtained from client and witness interviews can be used as a building block for legal proceedings with consideration for ethical issues faced by paralegals.

I enjoyed my internship and the people I worked with. I appreciated the level of trust in my abilities that the firm gave me, and felt it was a rewarding experience in all. Marie Y.