The body of knowledge required to effectively perform legal support services can only come from a formal education in paralegal studies. As attorneys, corporations and government agencies work within an increasingly complex legal framework, the level of responsibility they expect paralegals to be able to take on has also increased. Law offices and other employers in Montana have come to rely on paralegals with the kind of expertise that can only come from earning a certificate or degree in paralegal studies.
- The online Master of Legal Studies (MLS) degree from Washington University School of Law offers current and future paralegals an in-depth perspective of the U.S. legal system. GRE an LSAT scores are not required.
- The online Master of Legal Studies from American University equips students with fundamental legal training and industry-specific knowledge. Students attend online classes and an in-person immersion in Washington, D.C. Complete in as few as 15 months. No GRE or LSAT required.
- The online Master of Legal Studies program from Pepperdine Law teaches professionals from a variety of fields the fundamental legal skills they need to better execute their law-related responsibilities. No GRE or LSAT scores are required to apply.
Maybe you’ve been walking the halls of a big Billing’s law firm for years as a legal secretary and are looking forward to the challenge of moving up to become a paralegal. Or maybe you’re a recent high school graduate with dreams of moving into the legal field. Or perhaps you want to take your paralegal career to the next level by specializing in intellectual property or real estate law.
Whatever your dreams, there’s a paralegal program for you.
From undergraduate certificate programs for young up-and-comers fresh out of high school to four-year bachelor’s degree for the paralegal with visions of specialization or advancement, there’s no lack of options for getting an education in legal studies and the paralegal profession.
But sometimes too many choices can be overwhelming. Worry not—we’ve done the research to provide you with some recommendations to help you narrow down your options.
Our recommendations only include schools that have earned national or regional accreditation. Take it one step further by requesting information to find out more about each program so you can examine them closely and choose your favorite.