b'CURRICULUMCOURSE CONTENTINCLUDES:Introduction to Paralegal StudiesLegal Liability and EthicsLegal Writing As a Paralegal,you may pursue Legal Research employment in a number of legal fields including family law, bankruptcy, probate, trial preparation, contracts, Bankruptcy Law civil litigation, real estate, and more. Paralegals assist Real Estate Law attorneys in most aspects of the legal professionfrom drafting motions and summarizing reports to conducting background research and preparing documents for trial.Your daily duties as a Paralegal may include working with legal documents including complaints, interrogatories, depositions, and legal briefs. You may also conduct research and investigation in preparation for trials. In smaller offices, secretarial and administrative tasks may also include answering phones, filing paperwork, and scheduling client appointments.If you have a passion for justice and the legal system, a Paralegal degree at Remington College can introduceyou to many facets of this diverse field of study. 11 Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.800-392-1908 | remingtoncollege.edu'