Sullivan University

Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies

Paralegals are an integral part of the legal system at large. They work in large and small law firms, in courtrooms, in government and in corporate legal departments. While paralegals cannot give legal advice or practice law, they can perform legal research, conduct interviews, draft documents and complete many tasks critical to the efficient operation of law offices. Sullivan University's Institute for Legal Studies offers three programs designed to help students of various education levels receive training as a paralegal. For students who already have a bachelor's degree from an appropriately accredited college or university, a post-baccalaureate certificate is available. For those without, an associate and bachelor degree programs are available. The latter is a good option for students considering law school. All programs are approved by the American Bar Association and typically taught by attorneys. Through the Library and Learning Resource Center, students also have access to a wide variety of reference material such as LexisNexis, Westlaw and law books.

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