Earning a Criminal Litigation certificate from Bryant & Stratton College establishes the framework to assist attorneys with criminal court cases through case and document preparation, drafting complaints and even interviewing clients. Highly organized candidates are best suited for this type of work as the need to juggle multiple briefs, clients and documents is among the most common responsibilities for criminal litigation paralegals or legal assistants.
As with all paralegal certificate programs at Bryant & Stratton College, the criminal litigation certificate highlights basic legal procedures, research methods and document preparation. A focus on criminal law and litigating criminal cases provides the key career outlook for graduates of this certificate program. Additional topics include:
Gain the core competencies needed to assist attorneys in case preparation and trail for criminal trials. Introductory education in primary legal procedures and theory combines with criminal law and law office management to prepare graduates for career opportunities as paralegals or legal assistants in criminal law offices.