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I was wondering which online courses offer an associates in paralegal studies that is accredited by the American Bar Association?
I am looking for an online college that is accredited by the American Bar Association. Can anyone give me some advice?

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Asked by StaceyM Tuesday Oct 19th 2010 in Online Colleges
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What an excellent question! The ABA, or American Bar Association, does accredit schools; however, there are no law schools that provide a JD degree that is accredited and via distance education. Now with that said, that doesn't mean you can't start your path to a law degree online. There are a number of ABA accredited Associate Degrees in Paralegal Studies that are available online.

Here are a number of online Paralegal Associate Degrees that might be of some interest.

Associate Degree - Paralegal Studies - Bryant & Stratton College

Associate in Science Degree in Paralegal Studies - Peirce College

Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal - Rasmussen College

Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal - Westwood College Online

Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies - Kaplan University

Also, here is an excellent article from the ABA on Preparing for Law School.

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