Paralegals organize and manage work ﬂow in law office settings, draft legal documents, research and draft legal memoranda, and ﬁle documents with the appropriate court. They interview clients and pursue factual investigations for employers. Paralegals may prepare witnesses for depositions, develop materials for trial, organize client ﬁles, and assist with title searches.
Classes are available 100% online.
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BridgeValley's Paralegal Studies program is very affordable and it takes 60 credit hours to complete. There are numerous financial aid opportunities available to assist students who wish to attend BridgeValley.
Classes are offered at BridgeValley during the fall semester, the spring semester, and two summer terms.
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