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B.S. in Paralegal Studies

Online Degree

The Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies is an online degree uniquely affiliated with Regent University’s ABA-approved School of Law. Further reinforced by a solid Christian foundation, you’ll gain research, communication, organization and technology skills to help you pursue a meaningful career in the law field. You can become an indispensable member of a legal team in a law office, government unit or other law practice setting. Increasingly, legal work in the United States is being undertaken by paraprofessionals trained in the law but not JD-holding, practicing attorneys.

  • Learn legal terminology and research and writing skills as you practice drafting motions, briefs, pleadings and other documents.
  • Cultivate best practices for interviewing clients and witnesses and managing case files.
  • Gain an overview of the most common practice areas of law, including marriage and family, real estate, personal injury and contracts.
  • Develop clerical and management skills critical to law firms, such as fee arrangements, time tracking, basic accounting and records management.

Career Opportunities:

  • Legal Assistant – Corporate, Government, Nonprofit
  • Legal Aid Advocate
  • Clerk of Court or Judiciary Clerk
  • Administrative Assistant in Court
  • Litigation Support Analyst

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