Legal studies schools in Delaware offer paralegal and legal assistant two-year associate’s degrees. Paralegal degrees typically consist of general education courses in math, communications, English composition, natural sciences, and social sciences. Paralegal courses vary depending on institution but can include courses such as law office management, legal terminology, civil and criminal court procedures, legal research and writing and litigation. Paralegals do many of the same duties that attorneys do except for providing legal advice, charging for their services and presenting in court. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, paralegal careers are expected to be the fastest growing in the country.
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