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Clarita Career College LEGAL ASSISTANT

These are some of the normal job titles of a entry level Legal Assistant:

  • Legal Assistant
  • Paralegal
  • Legal Researcher
  • Litigation Assistant.

The Legal Assistant program was designed with the intention to prepare students to occupy entry-level jobs as legal assistants, assisting attorneys in an assortment of office environments such as law offices, firms, or governmental agencies.

Upon completion of the program, the student will have receives specialized training in legal research and writing. They will also have fully explored legal issues like:

  • Family Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Real estate Law
  • Business Law

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