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Careers in law and paralegal have always been popular, as many individuals are attracted to the fast-paced and exciting criminal justice system. Lawyers or attorneys work for clients, either as defendants or prosecutors, and help make a case before judges and juries to help them avoid legal trouble or achieve a settlement. Lawyers may also help individuals or companies draw up and manage contracts or handle civil cases. Other lawyers work for the government, helping shape the law.

Paralegals are not lawyers, but are commonly seen as law assistants. They work mostly in private law offices, helping lawyers complete various tasks by conducting research, writing legal briefs, presenting their findings, manging files and paperwork, and handling schedules or other clerical tasks. Lawyers must hold law degrees from accredited schools, which generally take three years to complete. Prior to that, they must complete a bachelor's degree.

Law graduates have experienced some difficulty in the job market in recent years because job growth has not kept up with the number of graduates. Paralegals, on the other hand, have grown in popularity because more firms are realizing that they can hire fewer lawyers and delegate more tasks to the cost-effective paralegals. Both lawyers and paralegals must be able to work quickly in a hectic environment, communicate well in both written and verbal form, and present themselves in a professional manner.

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330 Programs, 3 in Law (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • MS in Criminal Justice - Law and Public Policy
  • PhD in Criminal Justice - Law and Public Policy
  • PhD in Public Policy and Administration - Law and Public Policy
Arizona State University Annual Tuition $15,529 - $25,458 Recommend Rate Add Review
191 Programs, 14 in Law (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BA in Philosophy - Morality, Politics, and Law
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy (Morality, Politics and Law)
  • Master of Legal Studies - Criminal Law
  • Master of Legal Studies - HR & Employment Law
Liberty University Annual Tuition $11,700 Recommend Rate Add Review
162 Programs, 5 in Law (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • AA: Paralegal Studies
  • BS: Paralegal Studies
  • Juris Master (J.M.) in American Legal Studies
  • Juris Master (J.M.) in International Legal Studies
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Abraham Lincoln University
Campuses: Los Angeles
Annual Tuition $7,500 Recommend Rate 100% (3 reviews)
Albany Law School
Campuses: Albany
Annual Tuition $43,398 Recommend Rate 100% (1 review)
Alliant International University
Campuses: San Diego
Annual Tuition $16,800 Recommend Rate Add Review
Appalachian School of Law
Campuses: Grundy
Annual Tuition $31,325 Recommend Rate Add Review
Arcadia University
Campuses: Glenside
Annual Tuition $39,560 Recommend Rate Add Review
Argosy University Online
Campuses: Phoenix
Annual Tuition $18,084 Recommend Rate Add Review
Arizona State University
Campuses: Tempe, Glendale, Scottsdale, Mesa, ...
Annual Tuition $15,529 - $25,458 Recommend Rate Add Review
Arkansas State University
Campuses: Jonesboro
Annual Tuition $14,050 Recommend Rate Add Review
Ashworth College
Campuses: Online
Annual Tuition Not Provided Recommend Rate 0% (1 review)
Ashworth College (Canada)
Campuses: Online
Annual Tuition Not Provided Recommend Rate Add Review
Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
Campuses: Atlanta
Annual Tuition --- Recommend Rate Add Review
Augsburg College
Campuses: Minneapolis
Annual Tuition $35,465 Recommend Rate Add Review
Ave Maria School of Law
Campuses: Naples
Annual Tuition $41,706 Recommend Rate Add Review
Baker College of Allen Park
Campuses: Allen Park
Annual Tuition --- Recommend Rate Add Review
Barry University
Campuses: Miami Shores
Annual Tuition $28,800 Recommend Rate Add Review
Baylor University
Campuses: Waco
Annual Tuition $40,198 Recommend Rate 100% (1 review)
Belmont University
Campuses: Nashville
Annual Tuition $30,000 Recommend Rate Add Review
Bergen Community College
Campuses: Paramus
Annual Tuition $8,046 Recommend Rate Add Review
Berkeley College
Campuses: New York, White Plains, Brooklyn
Annual Tuition $24,300 Recommend Rate Add Review
Berkeley College Online
Campuses: Distance Learning for Pennsylvania Residents
Annual Tuition $24,300 Recommend Rate Add Review
Berks Technical Institute
Campuses: Wyomissing
Annual Tuition $10,120 Recommend Rate Add Review
Boston College
Campuses: Chestnut Hill
Annual Tuition $49,324 Recommend Rate Add Review
Boston University
Campuses: Boston
Annual Tuition $48,436 Recommend Rate Add Review
Boston University - Business
Campuses: Boston
Annual Tuition $48,436 Recommend Rate Add Review
Brigham Young University
Campuses: Provo
Annual Tuition $5,150 Recommend Rate Add Review
Brookdale Community College
Campuses: Lincroft
Annual Tuition $7,199 Recommend Rate Add Review
Brooklyn Law School
Campuses: Brooklyn
Annual Tuition $43,451 Recommend Rate 0% (1 review)
Bryan University Online
Campuses: Tempe
Annual Tuition $15,427 - $15,472 Recommend Rate Add Review
California Southern University
Campuses: Irvine
Annual Tuition $7,500 Recommend Rate 100% (1 review)
California University of Pennsylvania
Campuses: California
Annual Tuition $14,069 Recommend Rate Add Review

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