Paralegal Studies -- American Bar Association Approved
VOTED #1 in Paralegal Education 2012, 2013 & 2014!
Interested in the legal profession and the challenges it offers?
Seeking additional training for a career change or job promotion?
Considering law school, but are uncertain about the time and money it requires?
Ready to return to the work force and obtain a position in a high-demand field?
Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Paralegal Studies Certificate Program has been in existence since 1988 and received the American Bar Association approval in 1990. Professionals in the legal community recognize that the American Bar Association takes an active role in establishing professional standards for legal assistants and gives its approval to qualified paralegal training programs. The Paralegal Studies Certificate Program is a 300-hour, non-credit certificate program designed to prepare you for a smooth transition from the classroom to the office ranging from law firms, corporate legal departments, banks, insurance companies and government agencies.
The employment outlook for paralegals is excellent. In as little as six months, you can begin a career as a Paralegal in one of the nation's fastest growing, high demand fields. Our graduates have advanced to exciting and rewarding careers.
Tel: (877) FDU-5222
Fax: (973) 443-8524
Florham Campus, Madison
Wed., September 16
Wed., September 30
Metropolitan Campus, Teaneck
Wed., September 23
Wed., October 7
Monmouth County Graduate Center, Eatontown
Thur., September 24
Thur., October 8
DAY AND EVENING CLASSES START
THE WEEK OF
the application fee)
Paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public except as permitted by law.