Paralegal schools in Massachusetts offer students the opportunity to learn the job skills required of successful paralegals. Paralegals are becoming an increasingly important part of legal teams and department. They are often conduct legal research, prepare documents, brief the attorney in preparation for trial, interview clients and witnesses, look for relevant case law, draft pleading and motions, obtain affidavits, and serve papers. Paralegals do many of the same duties as attorneys, except present cases in a court, set legal fees and give legal advice. Paralegal schools in Massachusetts mainly offer two year associate’s degrees.
- Advanced Paralegal Studies-AS
- Paralegal Studies-CERT