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Online Paralegal Degrees

Paralegals keep law offices running.

As a paralegal you might collect evidence for a case, draft contracts, prepare a lawyer for court, or analyze legal documents. Your job is critical to the operation of any law firm, large or small.

You can earn a paralegal degree or certification online. Paralegals make an average of $39,130 per year.  Paralegals who focus on a specific area of law are becoming more in demand, especially in larger law firms. Some areas of specialization include:

  • Criminal law
  • Real estate
  • Corporate law
  • Personal injury
  • Immigration law


Each country defines the role of paralegal differently. In the United States, a paralegal works directly within the supervision of an attorney. Paralegals work throughout all forms of law, including real estate, criminal, estate planning and government.

Paralegals are unable to set fees or give any type of legal advice or they will be in a violation of unauthorized practices of law, which most states in United States have enacted. Typically, their responsibilities include research, legal writing, and documentation.

Are you ready to get your new career underway? Do you need to find a flexible option for obtaining your degree?

Our programs listed below are developed for busy adults who are unable to attend traditional college. Each degree is provided by an accredited college.

Classes typically consist of data analyzing, legal research, legal schedules, and legal terminology.

If you are ready to advance your career, explore our programs below. After you find a few that sound appropriate, request more information.

After your form is sent, a qualified representative will contact you to discuss any of your questions. Together, the two of you will determine if our programs are a match for your current needs and future goals.