Civil Litiagtion Paralegal Certificate
You might not want to be a lawyer, but if you still dream about being in a courtroom watching all the action, a career as a civil litigation paralegal or legal assistant could be a good option. A civil litigation paralegal supports attorneys in any case that is not a criminal case. Unlike in other paralegal jobs, civil litigation paralegals often attend trials to assist attorneys. Whether you’re looking to take the next step on your legal services career path or to learn a new skill set, earning a Civil Litigation Paralegal certificate from Continuing Education at Bryant & Stratton College can help prepare you to reach your next goal.
Program Highlights & Topics
- Basic legal procedure
- Basic and advanced research methods
- Client billing
- Civil litigation
- Contract law
- File management
- Law office management
- Legal document preparation
- Legal ethics
- Legal reasoning
- Torts and remedies
At Bryant & Stratton College you’ll have access to resources for school and your career. As you try to balance everything in your life, we’ll be here to provide personalized and consistent help. To make sure you’re supported for all the &’s in your life, we provide:
- A personalized academic path to the career you want and unique support to help you get there
- Programs that teach the skills employers want today and tomorrow
- Ongoing career service support and continuing education opportunities
- A team of counselors and advisors dedicated to seeing you succeed
For more information about student life and support services, check out our Career LifePrep page.
Taking the next step to advance your career and education is an investment worth making. We offer a variety of payment options, and Bryant & Stratton College advisors are here to help.
- State Unemployment Programs (if eligible)
- Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loan®
- Employer Tuition Reimbursement
- The Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts Program (MyCAA)
Courses from the Civil Litigation Paralegal certificate program can be transferred for course credit in a corresponding Bryant & Stratton College degree program.