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A paralegal, qualified through education, training or work experience, is employed or retained by an attorney, law firm, government agency, corporation, or other entity to perform substantive and procedural legal work under the ultimate direction and supervision of an attorney or as authorized by administrative, statutory, or court authority. Paralegal Experience Paralegal experience shall mean the performance of substantive legal work, non-clerical or non-adminstative in nature, that absent a paralegal, an attorney would perform. (Adopted by the Committee on Paralegals of The Missouri Bar, November 9, 2001). What education should a paralegal have? 1. Formal legal education - The American Association for Paralegal Education (AAfPE) and the American Bar Association (ABA) have endorsed minimum standards for paralegal education. An educational program approved by the ABA must require no less than 60 hours of classroom study. AAfPE has endorsed the ABA’s minimum standard and has developed a model set of core competencies for paralegal education. 2. Content The formal education of a paralegal should include: (a) instruction in professional ethics; (b) legal research; (c) analysis of legal materials; (d) knowledge in drafting legal documents; (e) knowledge of judicial and administrative procedures; (f) knowledge of substantive areas of law; (g) knowledge of law office systems and technology; (h) oral and written communication skills. 3. Degree Levels Formal education for paralegals is available in a wide variety of formats. Colleges, universities, community colleges and proprietary institutions provide the following types of educational credentials: (a) post graduate (both master’s in legal studies and post-graduate certificates); (b) baccalaureate degrees (i) specific bachelor’s degree in legal studies;
The Legal Assisting program at American River College is approved by the American Bar Association. ARC’s Legal Assisting program has been preparing students for this profession for over 30 years. ‘Legal assistant’ and ‘paralegal’ are synonymous terms according to California Business & Professions Code (B & P Code) sections 6450-6456. Section 6450 defines a legal assistant as “...a person qualified by education, training,...is employed by an attorney,...or other entity, and who performs substantial legal work under the direction and supervision of an active member of the State Bar of California...”. Legal assistants do not provide legal advice. It is unlawful for anyone not currently licensed to practice law in California to give legal advice. Legal Assisting Degree The Legal Assisting degree is a two year A.A. degree. The program includes general education requirements in addition to legal specialty classes. The Legal Assisting Program requires a General Education pattern for completion of the associate degree that is DIFFERENT FROM some other programs at the college. 18 units of General Education course work must come from the IGETC pattern Areas 1 through 5 and be distributed over at least three of these areas. See an academic counselor for the appropriate courses.
Recommended preparation: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in OIS 232.1 Note: Requires 32 hours lecture/laboratory; may be open entry/open exit Transfer acceptability: CSU Advanced transcription techniques and skill development of multi page documents and specialized legal reports. Terminology includes the areas of corporations, real estate, and criminal law. Designed for the Office Information Systems Legal Secretary major. Paralegal Studies (PLS) Contact the Business Education Department for further information, (760) 7441150, ext. 2488 Associate in Arts degree requirements, Certificate of Achievement requirements, and Certificate of Proficiency requirements are listed in Section 6 (green pages) of the catalog. Legal Support Assistant For students who are interested in working within the legal field. This certificate program prepares the student for entry-level legal work, or enhances the skills of those students already working in law offices, corporations, the courts, or government agencies. A Certificate of Proficiency will be awarded to students who successfully complete the courses listed below.
Recently, there have been many short-term paralegal programs offered for entry-level paralegals. Many of these programs require less than nine semester credit hours. And charge fees that average more per credit hour than non-short-term programs. These programs not only provide a disservice to students who desire a paralegal certificate. They are also a disservice to the employer who expects someone with a paralegal education to have certain knowledge and skills upon graduation. Most paralegal education programs have minimal standards recognized by paralegal educators, lawyers and other paralegals. Some short-term programs are affiliated and/or rent space from well-known colleges and universities which may lead students and employers to associate the reputation of that facility with the program. Short-term programs provide a disservice to students and prospective employers because:...
Comparison of National Level Paralegal Certification Exams© PLEASE NOTE: The content of the chart below is verified only as to the information about the NFPA® Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam (PACE®) exam and NFPA’s new Paralegal CORE Competency Exam (PCCE™). The information regarding the NALA and NALS exams is unverified, and provided for informational and comparison purposes only. The NALS and NALA information below was obtained from publically available sources about those exams. Please contact NALA and NALS for exact details regarding the CLA/CP or PP exams. Association NFPA® Paralegal CORE Competency Exam (PCCE™) Credential CORE Registered Paralegal (CRP™) Established Exam Eligibility (Education and/or Experience) 2011 A bachelor’s degree in any subject, a paralegal certificate, no experience or continuing legal education (CLE); OR A bachelor’s degree in paralegal studies, no experience or CLE; OR A bachelor’s degree in any subject, no paralegal certificate, 6 months of experience and 1 hour of ethics taken in the year preceding the exam application date; OR An associate’s degree in paralegal studies, no experience or CLE; OR An associate’s degree in any subject, a Copyright 2014; All Rights Reserved by NFPA 04/14 NFPA® Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam (PACE®) PACE Registered Paralegal® (RP®) 1996 Associate’s degree in paralegal studies obtained from an institutionally accredited and/or ABA approved paralegal program and six (6) years of substantive paralegal experience; OR Bachelor’s degree in any course of study obtained from an institutionally accredited school and three (3) years of substantive paralegal experience; OR Bachelor’s degree and completion of a paralegal program within an NALA Certified Paralegal/Certified Legal Assistant Exam (CP/CLA) Certified Paralegal (CP); Certified Legal Assistant (CLA) 1976 Graduation from paralegal program approved by ABA or associate degree program or post-baccalaureate certificate program in paralegal studies; or bachelor’s degree program in paralegal studies, or paralegal program of 60+ hours, with at least 15 semester hours in substantive legal courses; OR...
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