Paralegal schools in Hawaii prepare students to compete for vacancies in the public and private job markets. The career field is expected to experience explosive growth through 2018, according to data released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Job openings should be abundant, but competition will remain high for paralegal jobs. Students should expect to learn a broad base of knowledge in all areas of law. Legal terminology and concepts are crucial to learn as paralegals provide a high level of support to attorneys and corporate executives. Degrees range from certificates that can be completed in nine months, to two-year associate’s degrees.
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