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Degree: Legal Assistant/Paralegal
Graduation Year: 2013

I found the quality of education I received in College of Saint Mary's Paralegal Studies Graduate Certificate to be excellent. The classes were all taught by attorneys and prepared me very well to take a job as a legal assistant even before I graduated. The classes were structured to accommodate working students, with in-person class meetings every other Saturday and Sunday on campus in Omaha. This made it simple for a working adult to complete course work and attend classes. Many students in my cohort were married, had children and worked full-time, all of which often preclude full-time classes. I would enthusiastically recommend this program to anyone looking to start a career as a paralegal or interested in getting an idea of legal studies before law school. This program is ABA approved, which not only lends credibility to the degree, but also means that the requirements to keep approval are higher, and therefore so is the quality of the education.

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