Paralegal schools in Colorado offer students several educational tracks to obtain paralegal training. Most paralegal programs can be found at career colleges and community colleges. Many paralegal students work full-time jobs, so most classes are offered at convenient times allowing students to continue working. Most programs are two-years in length, based upon full-time enrollment. The courses require memorization of legal terminology and a solid understanding of different areas of law such as personal injury, family, and criminal law. Paralegal graduates typically go to work for private firms that specialize in one of those particular areas. Classes may include legal terminology, case management, legal research, and court procedures.
- Paralegal Studies A.A.S.
- Paralegal Studies B.S.
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