Paralegal schools in Wisconsin offer students career preparation for the job as a legal assistant or paralegal. The field is one of the fastest growing in the United States. As the country becomes much more litigious, the demand will rise for qualified paralegals that can become a valuable part of the legal team. Over two-thirds of all paralegals and legal assistants work for private law firms that specialize in family and personal injury law. The other one-third work for corporations and various levels of government. Most programs are two year programs that lead to an associate’s degree upon completion.
- Paralegal Studies A.A.S.
- Paralegal Studies B.S.