Paralegal schools in Arizona prepare students for a career in law through a wide variety of coursework. Students will study contract, torts and personal injury, family law, patents, wills, trusts and estates, legal ethics, constitutional law, criminal law, federal taxation, immigration law, evidence collection, legal analysis, drafting contracts, and copyright law. Most paralegal schools in Arizona offer short term certificates for people with college degrees or two year associate’s degrees. The profession is expected to grow a staggering 28% until 2018 due to increased litigation in the United States. Jobs will be readily available but competitive. Many programs also offer an internship experience near the end of the program.
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