For those trained as legal professionals, many rewarding opportunities exist for employment as law clerks, paralegals, legal assistants, litigation specialists, court clerks and other professions. In addition to traditional law firms, business and government at all levels hire legal professionals to meet their ever expanding law-related needs. All levels of local, state and federal government, banks, insurance companies, title companies, mortgage companies, law libraries, courts, legal service/legal aid offices, legal clinics, and law departments of special interest groups or associations readily employ non-attorney legal professionals, typically working under the supervision of attorneys.
Paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public, except as permitted by law.
The Legal Studies Program only transfers credits for Legal Specialty courses from other ABA approved programs and limits the total number of transferred credits to 9CrH.