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Paralegal / Legal Assistant Schools

Become a paralegal and earn a living drafting legal documents in the court of corporate law, family law, and more. Paralegal employment is projected to grow much faster than average, but youíll still need to fight the competition by attaining formal education. In order to become a paralegal, youíll need an associate degree in paralegal studies, or an unrelated bachelorís degree and a certificate in paralegal studies.


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