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Associate in Paralegal Studies

Competitive Paralegal Education That Works!

  • Readies students to sit for the Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam or Certified Legal Assistant/Certified Paralegal Exam.
  • Be in demand! Graduates from our AS in Paralegal Studies program are prepared to start working for a law firm on day one.
  • Graduates from our AS in Paralegal Studies program are in great demand because our training readies them to start working for a law firm on day one.
  • Take your courses 100% Online..
  • Choose our innovative, cutting-edge training in classes such as Court Policies and Procedures, New Legislation, and Case Law.
  • Gain skills to address eDiscovery and eLitigation.

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Why Attend Hodges?

  • Hodges named in Top 10 Associate in Paralegal Studies Online.
  • The AS in Paralegal Studies makes you an excellent candidate for the Hodges’ Bachelor's Degree in Legal Studies.
  • Flexible Monthly Courses that are designed for working adults.

How Much do Paralegals Make? What do they do?

How Long Does it Take to Become a Paralegal?

At Hodges University, you can get your Associates degree in Paralegal Studies in less than two years.

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How do I become a Paralegal?

After graduating with your Associates in Legal Studies degree, you'll be prepared to sit for the Paralegal Advanced Competency Exam or the Certified Legal Assistant/Certified Paralegal Exam.

In the state of Florida, most students choose to take the Certified Legal Assistant/Certified Paralegal Exam (CLA/CP). This exam is offered by the National Association of Legal Assistants .

Once you pass this exam, you're a certified paralegal. Now you're qualified to be a legal assistant.

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