Working as a paralegal can be an interesting and stable career choice. A large part of their duties overlaps with those of an attorney. They may talk with clients, research and prepare legal documents, and even coordinate others in their legal team. Most paralegals work in law firms, with the remainder largely working in legal departments for governments or businesses. Paralegal schools in Idaho offer several programs for prospective legal professionals. A diploma teaches you the basics of this job, while an associate’s degree goes into more detail. Courses include legal terminology, law office procedure, ethics, legal research methods, and legal document preparation.
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