Lawyers handle many types of legal issues: criminal, medical malpractice, business transactions, wills, divorces, and more. To help them be more productive, they often rely on paralegals to prepare paperwork, track down information for a case, conduct legal research and other responsibilities. They may even ask the paralegal to interview witnesses, attend depositions or accompany them to court.
Available programs within this Area of Study vary by campus. For specific program information please select the program link listed under the location you're interested in below:
The Paralegal Studies Programs are not currently enrolling students at the Pittsburgh campus.
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