What will you learn during your studies at one of these legal assistant schools in Missouri? Both associate’s degrees and diploma courses will teach you the essentials of the profession. These include legal and sometimes medical terminology, law office procedures, legal ethics and confidentiality, the U.S. court system, legal research and writing, document preparation, and basic law. An associate’s degree may also include more information about several areas of law, such as immigration law, real estate, family law, civil law, and criminal law. Legal assistant jobs are expected to increase, but so is competition for them. Applicants with formal training and experience have the best chances for landing a job.
At Kaplan University, we offer over 180 degree and certificate programs.
- Certificate: Pathway to Paralegal Postbaccalaureate
- Paralegal Studies B.S.
- Paralegal Studies A.A.S.