The demand for trained legal professionals has never been higher. Completing the Paralegal Certificate Course© unlocks a world of career opportunities in one of the fastest growing fields in the country.

Law firms, corporations, and employers in industries across the United States are searching for paralegals. By earning your paralegal certificate, you demonstrate the high level of competency and professionalism they are looking for. Today’s paralegals earn an annual median income of $50,000+*, and freelance paralegal professionals average significantly more across the board.

Ready for a rewarding career in the legal field? Contact us today to complete the Paralegal Certificate Course© in as little as 14 weeks.

Flexible Formats, College Certificate

We understand the challenges that face adult students. Free time is scarce and busy people need options. That’s why the Paralegal Certificate Course© is available in a variety of formats to suit your training style and schedule, including online, live lectures, and independent study. Plus, it’s offered through accredited colleges and universities nationwide. Upon course completion, graduates will receive a certificate from the college or university designated at registration.

Students have up to 14 weeks to complete the course (7 weeks for Paralegal I and 7 weeks for Paralegal II). You may choose any session to begin Paralegal I, and once complete, you will be automatically enrolled in the following session for Paralegal II. Your course fee covers both halves of the course.

Students must complete both Paralegal I and Paralegal II to be awarded a Certificate of Completion. (California paralegals may need to complete Advanced Paralegal course work to meet the requirements of California Business and Professional Code §6450. Please click here for more information.)

No matter which school you choose, you will follow an online format, available 24/7―you’ll be able to log on anytime, anywhere to complete weekly assignments and exams. You will also have support and interaction with your instructor and other students via email and discussion boards. Review and revisit the material as many times as necessary for full retention of the information.

Contact us today to learn more and begin your path to a paralegal career.

* U.S. Department of Labor