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    If helping attorneys with legal cases sounds exciting, a career as a paralegal could be for you.

    This program—approved by the American Bar Association—prepares you to work under the direct supervision of an attorney as a vital part of a legal services team. You’ll learn to conduct legal research, support trial work, prepare legal documents, perform interviews and investigative work, and more. You’ll also gain on-the-job training in a real law office.

    Whether you want to work in a private law firm or for government, a degree or certificate in paralegal studies can help make your goal a reality.

    Note: A paralegal graduate does not receive a license to practice law; thus, performing legal work directly for the public or giving legal advice directly to the public constitutes the unauthorized practice of law.