Seminole State College's Paralegal Studies program, part of the Center for Business, Management and Entrepreneurship, is ABA-approved and prepares students to enter the work force as either a paralegal or legal assistant in as few as five semesters.
Paralegals and legal assistants work closely with attorneys and perform a variety of duties, including interviewing clients and witnesses; conducting legal research; drafting documents; preparing trial notebooks and exhibits; and assisting at trials and hearings.
Why Seminole State?
- Hands-on training and real-world experience.
- Approved by the American Bar Association
- Small classes
- Experienced professors who have earned a Juris Doctorate degree.
- Bachelor's degree options
For more details about Seminole State's Paralegal Studies program, visit the following pages: