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Paralegal Certificate Program 1

Our nationally accredited Legal Assistant/Paralegal online training program includes the 900 clock hours of coursework needed to sit for the Accredited Legal Professional (ALP) exam and/or the Professional Paralegal (PP) certification, given by NALS…the association for legal professionals. Prepare to become a paralegal with our online certificate program. Blackstone Career Institute NALS Logo


Paralegal Certification Matters
Graduates of our online paralegal program will also meet the accredited business/legal course criteria needed to sit for the Certified Legal Assistant/Certified Paralegal (CLA/CP) exam given by the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA). Blackstone Career Institute NALA Logo


Paralegals are often asked to perform an initial case analysis, research various legal topics, draft legal documents, and use public records and news sources to compile information. Blackstone’s Legal Assistant/Paralegal Certificate Online program provides the LexisNexis® Total Research System, including Shepard’s® Citations Service.Blackstone Career Institute LexisNexis Logo

  • Prerequisite: High School or General Equivalency Diploma
  • Study Method: E-volumes with online study guides and exams
  • Program Length: Completion time ranges from 4-12 months, with students given the option of up to 18 months if needed.

Become a Paralegal

Employment of paralegals and legal assistants is projected to grow 15 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. Formally trained paralegals with strong computer and database management skills should have the best job prospects.

You can expect to earn an attractive salary when you become a paralegal. According to the 2016-2017 Occupational Outlook Handbook, top paralegal pay was over $80,260 in 2016, while the middle 50 percent of paralegals earned an average of $49,500.

If you want to become a paralegal and enjoy working in a rewarding, respected profession, Blackstone Career Institute's accredited paralegal training program can help you achieve your goals. Earning your paralegal certificate can provide the career advantage you need as well as help you obtain professional paralegal certification.

Are there paralegal job opportunities out there? And what about job security?

Choosing to become a paralegal opens up a wide range of employment opportunities at private law firms, large corporations, insurance companies, and government agencies. Some paralegals choose to work in community legal aid offices, helping to bring legal services to those who wouldn’t normally have access to such help.

When you become a certified paralegal, you’ll benefit from a high level of job security. A steadily increasing need for paralegals in the private sector as well as in various government offices means even when other elements of the economy slow down, the need for paralegals will continue to grow. This is because paralegals can provide many of the same services as lawyers, but at a lower cost. Blackstone Career Institute can help you qualify for paralegal job opportunities.

When I become a paralegal, where can I work?

Paralegals fill an assortment of positions in almost every locale in law firms and a multitude of other entities. Often, paralegals choose positions based on unique interests and skills, previous work experience, or future goals for specialization and advancement.

When you become a paralegal, you may work in a corporate legal department handling employee benefits and contracts, or perform necessary regulatory research and analysis. Or, you could work for a small law firm and use your knowledge of all aspects of law, or a large law firm where you will specialize in areas such as criminal law or real estate law.

Organizations that employ paralegals include:

  • Banks; Savings and Loans
  • Construction Companies
  • Corporate Legal Departments
  • Court Reporting Agencies
  • Federal and State Banking Agencies
  • Insurance Companies
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • Law Firms
  • Legal Aid Societies
  • Municipal, Trial, and Appellate Courts
  • Private Investigators
  • Sheriff’s Department
  • Title Companies
  • Unions
Paralegals also work for federal, state, and local government. Large numbers of paralegals work for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Department of Treasury, and the U.S. Department of Defense.

No matter what your interests, the paralegal field—with its unlimited variety of employers, specialties, and positions—likely holds the perfect opportunity for you and your dreams for the future.

Are you ready to become a paralegal and enter a respected profession with a competitive salary, high job security, and rewarding job responsibilities? Get started now with Blackstone’s accredited paralegal training program.

Advance your skills so you can achieve your goals in an exciting entry level Paralegal job. Questions about our paralegal certificate programs? Call us at 800.826.9228 or enroll in online paralegal certificate programs today.

Paralegal Course Curriculum

Paralegal Program

Our accredited online Paralegal Career Training Program provides foundation-level knowledge and skills in general law which prepares you to work in a law firm, bank, court, government agency, or one of dozens of organizations who are depending more on legal assistants/paralegals today.

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Volume I: Law – Its Origin, Nature and Development & Contracts

  • Nature of Law
  • Sources of Law
  • Classifications of Law
  • Beginnings of Law
  • Making of the Common Law
  • Enlargement of the Common Law
  • Maturity of the Law
  • American Development of the Common Law
  • History of Contracts
  • Offer & Acceptance
  • Reality of Consent
  • Contracts Under Seal
  • Consideration
  • Statute of Frauds & Perjuries
  • Capacity of Parties
  • Legality of the Subject Matter
  • Limits of Contractual Obligation
  • Assignment of Contracts
  • Joint & Several Contracts
  • Interpretation & Construction of Contracts
  • Promises & Conditions
  • Rules on Conditions
  • Impossibility of Performance
  • Breach of Contracts
  • The Discharge of Contracts

Volume II: Torts

  • Fundamental Notions
  • Trespass to the Person
  • Battery
  • Assault
  • False Imprisonment
  • Trespass to the Property
  • Excusable Trespasses
  • Conversion
  • Nature of Conversion
  • Particular Instances of Conversion
  • Legal Cause
  • Negligence
  • Deceit
  • The Defendant’s Wrongful Conduct
  • The Effect Upon the Plaintiff
  • Defamation
  • Two Species of Defamation
  • The Plaintiff’s Case in Defamation
  • The Defendant’s Response
  • The Response
  • Prima Facie Defense
  • Judgement & Damages
  • Malicious Prosecution
  • Interference with Domestic Relations
  • Interference with Contractual Relations
  • Interference with Business or Employment
  • Right of Privacy
  • Acting at Peril – General Principles
  • Liability for Inanimate Forces
  • Liability for Injuries from Lawful Use of One’s Land
  • Joint Tort – Feasors

Volume III: Criminal Law

  • The Subject Defined
  • The Act
  • The Intent
  • Incapacity or Limitations to Criminal Capacity
  • Circumstances Affecting Criminal Responsibility
  • Justification
  • Parties to Crime
  • Incomplete Offenses
  • Homicide
  • Assault, Battery, Mayhem
  • Rape
  • False Imprisonment
  • Kidnapping & Abduction
  • Burglary & Arson
  • Larceny
  • Robbery
  • Embezzlement
  • False Pretenses
  • Receiving Stolen Goods
  • Malicious Mischief
  • Forgery
  • Counterfeiting
  • Extortion
  • Offenses Against Religion, Morals & Decency
  • Offenses Against the Public Peace
  • Offenses Against Public Authority

Volume IV: Real Property – Part I

  • Nature of Ownership
  • Origin & Terminology
  • Real & Personal Property
  • The Feudal System
  • Manors
  • Sources of Title in this Country
  • Tenures
  • Seisin & Livery of Seisin
  • Growth of Individual Rights
  • Estates
  • Fee Simple
  • Determinable or Base Fee
  • Estates Tail
  • Rule in Shelley’s Case
  • Life Estates
  • Restraints on Alienation
  • Estates upon Condition
  • Uses
  • Equitable Conversion
  • Remainders & Reversions
  • Contingent Remainders
  • Conditional Limitations
  • Rule Against Perpetuities
  • Application of Rule Against Perpetuities
  • Rule Applied to Charities
  • Rule Applied to Powers
  • Co-Tenancy in General
  • Tenancy in Common
  • Joint Tenancy
  • Coparcenary
  • Estates Arising by Marriage
  • Curtesy

Volume V: Real Property – Part II

  • Dower
  • Homestead Exemptions
  • Rights Appurtenant to Land
  • Fruits of the Soil
  • Waste Boundaries
  • Fences
  • Natural Rights to Land & Air & Water
  • Lateral & Subjacent Support
  • Easements Licenses
  • Profits
  • Party Walls
  • Rent
  • Covenants Running With Land
  • Forms of Conveyances
  • Surrender & Release
  • Delivery & Acceptance
  • Other Essentials to Valid Conveyance
  • Abstracts of Title
  • Covenants of Title
  • Recording Laws
  • Torrens System of Land Registration
  • Dedication
  • Public Lands
  • Powers
  • Acquisition or Transfer of Title
  • Forfeiture for Crime
  • Sales on Execution
  • Partition
  • Adverse Possession
  • Accretion, Alluvion & Reliction

Volume VI: Pleadings in Civil Actions, Practice in Civil Actions, Criminal Procedures

  • Necessity of Pleading & Importance of Subject
  • History of Courts & Pleading
  • Course of Action
  • Common Law
  • Causes of Action
  • Proceedings in Other Courts & Effect of the Code on Forms of Action
  • Parties to Actions and Joinder of Actions
  • The Plaintiff’s First Pleading
  • General Rules of Pleading
  • The Defenses to an Action
  • Defendant’s Pleading & Rules Governing Them
  • The Plaintiff’s Second Pleading
  • Closing of Issues & Judgment
  • Beginning Suit
  • Preliminary Motions
  • Non-Jury Cases
  • Jury Trials
  • Opening Statements – Excluding Witnesses
  • Depositions
  • Examinations of Witnesses
  • Charging the Jury
  • Verdicts
  • Entering Judgment
  • Appeals
  • Introduction to Criminal Procedure
  • Jurisdiction & Venue
  • Preliminary Proceedings
  • Indictments
  • Procedure Between Indictment & Trial
  • The Trial
  • Steps After the Trial

Volume VII: Wills and Trusts

  • Introduction & Classification
  • Descent
  • Distribution
  • Wills Defined
  • Origin, History & Nature of Wills
  • Capacities of Testators & Beneficiaries
  • Execution of Wills
  • Revocation of Wills
  • Republication & Revival
  • Lapsed & Void Legacies & Devises
  • Ademption
  • Probate of Wills
  • Administration of Estates
  • Guardian & Ward
  • History of Trusts
  • Trusts Distinguished From Other Relationships
  • Creation of Express Trusts
  • Creation of Implied Trusts
  • Private Trusts
  • Public Trusts
  • Trustee – Appointment, Qualifications & Powers
  • Trustee – Duties, Rights, Liabilities & Removal
  • Beneficiary – Rights & Liabilities
  • Beneficiary – His Remedies

Volume VIII: Partnerships & Corporations

  • Legal Conception of Corporation
  • Formation of Corporations
  • Irregularly & Defectively Organized Corporations
  • Promotion of Corporations
  • Subscribers & Stock Subscriptions
  • Corporation & State
  • Corporate Powers
  • Ultra Vires Transactions
  • Corporate Crimes & Torts
  • Directors
  • Corporate Membership
  • Rights of Stockholders
  • Corporate Creditors
  • Foreign Corporations
  • Partnerships – Characteristics
  • Creation of Partnership
  • Name & Property of Partnership
  • Partnership Liability
  • Duties of Partners
  • Remedies of Creditors
  • Actions Between Partners
  • Action Between Partners & Third Persons
  • Termination of Partnership

Volume IX: Constitutional Law

  • Constitutions, Their Nature & Law
  • American Constitutions & Constitutional Law
  • Organization & Powers of United States Government
  • Relations Between Union & the States
  • Powers of President
  • Powers of Congress

Volume X: Constitutional Law – Part II

  • Constitution as a Bill of Rights
  • Political Privileges & Their Protection
  • Civil Rights & Their Guaranties
  • Protection of Person Accused of a Crime
  • Due Process of Law
  • Equal Protections of Law
  • Impairment of Obligation of Contracts
  • The Constitution of the United States

Volume XI: Legal Research and Writing – Part I, by Tracey Biscontini

      • Introduction to the Law and the U.S. Legal System
      • Primary Sources
      • Secondary Sources
      • Computer-Assisted Legal Research
      • Conducting Legal Research
      • Updating and Verifying Legal Research
      • Legal Analysis

Graded Assignment 01: Shepardizing

Graded Assignment: Effective Legal Research Using LexisAdvance®

      • Online tutorial
      • Individual search assistance available 24 x 7 by Lexis® support personnel
      • LexisLearn – 11 online training modules to help you use LexisAdvance effectively

Volume XII: Legal Research and Writing – Part II

  • Introduction to Legal Writing
  • Writing Legal Letters
  • Legal Research Memorandums
  • Trial Court Legal Memorandums
  • Appellate Briefs

Graded Assignment 02: Demand Letter

Graded Assignment 03: Legal Research Memorandum

Graded Assignment 04: Q & A Appellate

Volume XIII: How to Find a Job as a Paralegal

  • The Paralegal Profession
  • The Job Search
  • Job-Search Correspondence
  • Job Interviews
  • Succeeding on the Job

Graded Assignment 05: Resumé

Graded Assignment 06: Cover Letter

Volume XIV: Ethics for Paralegals

  • Tasks of a Paralegal
  • Attorney vs. Paralegal Responsibilities
  • Certification and Licensing
  • Freelance and Independent Paralegals
  • Confidentiality, Ethical Walls, and Screening
  • Integrity of the Paralegal Profession
  • ABA Model Guidelines
  • NALA Model Guidelines
  • NALA Code of Ethics
  • NFPA Code of Ethics
  • NALS Code of Ethics

Prepare to learn professional skills and work closely with attorneys in our Legal Assistant/Paralegal program. Questions? Call us at 800.826.9228 or enroll online today.

Paralegal Materials

Start your path to success ... Earn your paralegal certificate online!

Once you enroll in the Blackstone Paralegal Training Program, you’ll receive the following paralegal course materials—all included in your tuition:

Blackstone Modern American Law Series

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Included with your paralegal program is Blackstone’s Modern American Law Series, developed by legal scholars and designed to provide a simple yet authoritative commentary on the law. The e-volumes present a strong foundation in the fundamentals of the law including but not limited to, the rules of law, their origin, nature and growth. Averaging 155 pages per volume with almost 2,150 pages in all, this fourteen volume set offers a valuable lifelong reference. Each volume includes several lessons. Each lesson is released and made available based upon receipt of appropriate payment and completion of the prior lesson exam.

Blackstone Law Glossary

This glossary gives a concise definition of legal terms and phrases that the law student is likely to encounter, plus the phonetic pronunciation of words—an invaluable tool for the Blackstone student.

Legal Research and Writing – Part 1 Study Unit

This unit provides a solid foundation in legal research, covering an introduction to the U.S. legal system; primary and secondary sources; computer-assisted legal research; conducting, updating and verifying legal research; and legal analysis. In conjunction, you will receive access to LexisAdvance®.

Legal Research and Writing – Part 2 Study Unit

Building on the information presented in Part I, this unit focuses on the skills paralegals need to perform on-the-job professional legal writing. The unit covers the preparation of legal letters, legal research memorandums, trial court legal memorandums, and appellate briefs.

Lexis Advance® Student Membership    

Your membership includes:

  • Training services via the Web and telephone
  • Lexis.com® Take A Tour online tutorial
  • LexisLearn: 11 training sessions conducted online that will unlock the potential of the research tools available to you at lexis.com®
  • Shepard's® Citations Service
    • Verify the status of federal case law, case law from all 50 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, regulations, S. and state constitutional provisions, and more
  • Search by Headnote
    • Find an entire overview on a topic, including in-depth case discussions
  • LexisNexis® Total Litigator
    • Presents sources used to accomplish the tasks involved in the litigation process
  • Counsel Selector
    • Find lawyer/law firm profiles, including peer review ratings and transactional activity

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How to Find a Job as a Paralegal Study Unit

This unit provides readers with vital information necessary to begin a career in the legal field. Candidates learn about the various legal work environments and specialty areas for which paralegals are in demand. In addition, this unit covers crucial information about starting the job search, guidelines for resumé, cover letter writing, and interview preparation. Tips for succeeding on the job are also presented in this unit.

Ethics for Paralegals Study Unit

This unit covers the evolution of the paralegal profession; job responsibilities; confidentiality, conduct, and ethics; working as a freelance or independent paralegal; and lifelong learning.

Access to Blackstone's Online Student Center

Blackstone Career Institute Paralegal Studies Online

Along with your traditional course items, you will gain unlimited access to Blackstone’s Online Student Center, where you can chat real-time with other students, participate in online discussions, take exams at your convenience, and receive instantaneous Grade Reports, and receive up-to-the-minute news about Blackstone Career Institute.


In addition, Blackstone will also provide you with:

Financial Assistance

Blackstone’s financial assistance programs include GI Bill Education Benefits for veterans and the Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA program).

Advance your skills so you can achieve your goals in an exciting entry level Paralegal job. Questions? Call us at 800.826.9228 or enroll online today.

Paralegal Course Tuition

Paralegal Training Cost- Enroll for $59!

Blackstone Career Institute makes it easy for you to receive a quality education at an affordable cost. Everything you need to get started in this exciting career working with attorneys is included in your tuition. Choose the payment plan that best fits your needs and get started today!

The Paralegal/Legal Assistant Tuition Fee Includes:

  • All instruction, exam evaluation, and grading of homework assignments
  • Access to our Online Student Center
  • Lifetime access to student forums and chat rooms
  • Full student services and support during your program
  • Latest edition e-textbooks included with your course
  • Comprehensive study guides prepared by faculty and reviewed by subject matter experts
  • Exam grade reports with references for incorrect answers
  • Automatic six month time extension-a $250 value
  • Official BCI school transcript
  • An embossed Legal Assistant/Paralegal diploma upon completion of the paralegal school program requirements
  • 4-month student membership to Lexis Advance®, the online research system for legal professionals-students have access to the lexis.com® Take a Tour online tutorial, lexis.com® Certification for Paralegal Students Program with five modular training sessions, and access to individual search assistance anytime

Go to our Financial Assistance section to review your financing options that include low cost payment programs, military TA and corporate reimbursement.

Methods of Payment

At BCI we want to put your mind at ease about expenses so you can focus on what really matters . . . obtaining the career education you need to get the job you want!
You may use your Visa, Discover, Master Card, or American Express to securely enroll online. You may also pay your paralegal school tuition fee in full by money order, corporate check or personal check.

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International Student Policy:

International, Alaskan, Hawaiian and Canadian students are required to participate under the full payment plan only. There is an additional charge for shipping/handling of all materials. Please refer to the International Training page for requirements or call (800) 826-9228 prior to enrollment. AK, HI, Canadian and international students may be required to pay extra duties required by customs authorities at the time of receipt of study material.)


NOTE: To Employed Individuals
Some students may be eligible for full or partial reimbursement of their paralegal school tuition by their employers. Your company may be able to take advantage of The Employee Education Assistance Act (IRS Code, Section 127). Check with your supervisor or personnel department.

Student Tuition Protection Policy:

We offer a generous student tuition protection policy that covers cancellations and refunds. Review our policy here.

Advance your skills so you can achieve your goals in an exciting entry level Paralegal job. Questions? Call us at 800.826.9228 or enroll online today.

Resources for Paralegal Careers

Career Resources include sites that specifically relate to paralegal careers. Find organizations to join and increase your networking abilities. Many of these organizations and associations have their own newsletters or magazines, job databases, and certification exams. You will also find links to other relevant web sites for paralegal careers, as well as books, software or journals that can help as you build your professional knowledge.

Explore online resources below in the following categories:

  • Paralegal Associations
  • Related Associations
  • State Bar Associations
  • Government Links
  • Law-Related Sites and Resources
  • Job Resources for Paralegal Careers
  • Books and Journals for the Paralegal Profession


Paralegal Associations

Related Associations

State Bar Associations

Government Links

Law-Related Sites and Resources

  • U.S. Courts: Locate district courts, probation offices, court of appeals, bankruptcy courts, and pretrial services offices by city, state, county, zip or area codes.
  • The Supreme Court Historical Society: A history and heritage of the Supreme Court and how it works
  • Library of Congress: U.S. and overseas newspapers, current periodicals, and government publications
  • Attorneys in the Martindale Directory: Search for lawyers by name, location, area of practice, firm, or in U.S. Government agencies
  • Lawyer directory from LexisNexis: Search by practice area or location Prison Legal News • Search articles and cases
  • Paralegal Today: Website for the trade magazine Paralegal Today; with online articles, news briefs and events related to paralegal careers
  • LawCentral.com: Links to a variety of law-related sites
  • FindLaw: News, cases and codes; a resource for students, those in paralegal careers and other legal professionals, as well as the public
  • Law.com: Buy legal books and products, search for legal terms and verdicts, file legal documents and forms, links to legal magazines
  • Lawsource.com: Home of American Law Sources On-line, providing a comprehensive, uniform, and useful compilation of links to freely accessible on-line sources of law for the United States and Canada
  • LLRX.com: Law and technology resources for those in paralegal careers and other legal professionals, including sources for State and Federal court rules, forms, dockets and legislation and law-related articles
  • The Virtual Chase: Articles, guides, teaching materials, an alert service and more on Internet research strategies and resources
  • Lexis Advance®: Online legal research service that provides access to statutes, case law materials, public records, and other legal resources. (Student subscription included with Legal Assistant/Paralegal program)
  • LexisNexis Torts & Personal Injury Law Community: Access free, up-to-date content and resources regarding Torts & Personal Injuries in this LexisNexis Community
  • Westlaw: Online legal research service that provides access to statutes, case law materials, public records, and other legal resources, along with current news articles and business information
  • Famous Trials: Famous American and international trials, including primary and secondary sources, maintained at the University of Missouri-Kan sas City Law School
  • Federal Judicial Center: Reference to help students, those employed in paralegal careers, the public, and federal court employees understand aspects of the federal courts
  • Legal Information Institute: An electronic library covering various law topics, court opinions, introduction to basic legal citation, state and federal laws
  • National Criminal Justice Reference Service: Federally funded resource offering justice and substance abuse information
  • Laguna Preparers Service: Legal document assistant services for all California counties
  • Legal Abbreviations and Terms: Westlaw glossary of terms used in paralegal careers for legal research
  • lib.law.washington.edu: Acronyms and abbreviations that are used throughout Washington Legal Researcher 's Deskbook 3d
  • www.law.cornell.edu: Lexicon at Cornell's Legal Information Institute offers definitions of legal terms dictionary
  • Findlaw.com: Merriam Webster's Dictionary of Law on Findlaw
  • dictionary.law.com: Law.corn 's online Real Life Dictionary of the Law

Job Resources for Paralegal Careers

  • U.S. Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook for paralegals with current data on paralegal careers
  • NALS Career Center: Search Engine for posting and finding jobs provided by NALS- the Association for Legal Professionals
  • Monster.com Career Advice: Profile on paralegal careers
  • Paralegal Jobs from LexisNexis: Resource for job seekers and employers
  • Exclusively Legal: Provides specialized staffing services to law firms and corporate legal departments, a job search engine, and ability to submit a resume
  • Vault: Find firms by region and search the law job board
  • Law jobs: Search jobs, post your resume, submit career questions related to paralegal careers
  • Legal Career Center Network: Job search and recruiting services for legal community and those interested in paralegal careers, search for Associations by state
  • Beacon Hill Legal: Provides interim and direct-hire staffing solutions to law firms and corporations for paralegals, legal support staff, and those interested in paralegal careers in specific and specialized practice areas
  • Paralegal Post.com: Jobs for the paralegal community, interview and resume tips
  • Kelly Law Registry: Legal placement firm specializing in permanent and temporary assignments Paralegal Jobs- Search jobs and post your resume
  • Law Crossing: The largest collection of legal jobs in the world, including paralegal careers
  • IHireLegal: Search jobs, upload your resume, and receive live customer support and email notifications of new job postings that match your qualifications
  • Pathways Personnel: Submit your resume and browse open positions; for Northern California only.
  • CollegeGrad.com: Entry-level paralegal careers and job seeker tools & resources
  • Filcro Personnel, Inc.: Recruits paralegals, legal assistants, and legal secretaries for New York Law Firms and Corporations
  • LinkedIn Job Search: Search for jobs, get expert advice and resources
  • Become a paralegal: State-specific information for aspiring paralegal professionals including hourly and annual wage figures, relevant professional organizations, and more.

Books and Journals for the Paralegal Profession

  • NOLO: Legal books, software and forms
  • Amazon.com: Check out the various titles available and type "paralegal" into the search bar
  • Loc.gov: Find law books and those relevant to paralegal careers at the Library of Congress
  • Paralegal Today: Subscribe to their bimonthly magazine for Paralegal Professionals, or join the PT Listserv to network with others and learn more about paralegal careers

Remember: Use the promo code TAPP when you are enrolling!


State Licensing:  Because licensing and certification requirements differ from state to state, it is important to check with the state licensing board or similar regulatory body in the state you plan to work to determine the requirements. Prospective students should review regulatory information and professional licensing requirements. Simply click here to learn more on state licensing/regulatory boards and specific industry licensing information.