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The Marymount's undergraduate certificate is approved by the American Bar Association and that means that the student may not provide legal services directly to the public, except as permitted by law.

In order to receive the undergraduate paralegal certificate, you must prove that you've completed a coursework and 24 hours of approved pro bono legal service to the community. Also you must have a minimum grade of C- in every course.

To get accepted in the program you must be a Marymount student currently working on an undergraduate degree. For more information on enrollment you must contact the program director.

The School of Business Administration offers a six-course, 18-credit-hour graduate Paralegal Studies certificate that will prepare Marymount students to become paralegals in corporate law departments, law firms, and law-related agencies. This program is also approved by the American Bar Association (ABA).

Once this program is completed, the graduates must understand better the federal and state court systems and use the computer to conduct basic legal research. They must be able to draft documents and prepare legal forms not typically used in areas of general practice. Also, the graduates must know how to deal with the various types of documentation generated in legal cases and identify methods for information processing/document management while having always in mind the ethical considerations.

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