October 15, 2015

ACT and SAT Tests: Preparing Yourself for College

So you’re ready for a course after high school. Before setting sights on your future college or university, however, you need to take an ACT or SAT assessment. These tests help higher education institutions identify the intellectual abilities of their applicants. Colleges and universities accept either or both ACT and SAT, so it’s up to …

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February 13, 2015

Pitching Yourself to a Law Firm | The Center for Legal Studies

Getting into a prestigious law firm isn’t an easy way to tread. Many aspiring applicants may have better credentials than you, and you need to stand out. What do you have to do? To create that good first “first impression,” come up with a comprehensive cover letter that provides an overview of your credential. The …

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January 30, 2015

Highlighting Your Experience and Skills | The Center for Legal Studies

In an earlier post, we discussed the first two essential parts of the resume for paralegals: the career objective and education. This time, we will talk about the latter parts of the resume, which many consider the Achilles heel of a graduate resume – experience and skills. It is understandable why many job seekers dread …

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December 10, 2014

How Can Your Program be Offered at So Many Colleges in the Country?

Many students wonder how the Center for Legal Studies is able to offer credentials from so many colleges in country – Stephanie explains our relationship with your nearest university. If you have questions about how to become a paralegal or want to learn more about our paralegal training programs, give us a call at 1 …

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