Paralegal Training Program
Students of the paralegal training program will learn the knowledge and skills necessary to work as entry-level paralegals or legal or administrative assistants. Students will learn about the complex procedures and communication surrounding lawsuits, court cases and legal briefs in family law (child custody, bankruptcy, wills, divorce), torts (civil suits involving personal injury), and contract law (formal agreements between parties). They will develop the skills and knowledge to write and research legal correspondence, communicate with clients, maintain confidentiality and facilitate interactions with other agencies like courts and law enforcement. Instruction is a combination of lecture, practical, hands-on assignments, and field trips. Our Paralegal classes include career development and a 150-hour on the job externship.
The legal field demands people who are reliable, detail-oriented, and specially trained. For those who meet these criteria, there is money to be made and a powerful professional career to be had. We can help you get the training you need to break into this exciting and influential field.
The paralegal program prepares you to begin your legal career as an entry-level paralegal. The exciting areas of the law you will study are:
- Law Office Procedures
- Criminal Law and Procedure
- Property Law
- Family Law
- Estate Law
- Business Law
- Bankruptcy Law
- Legal Research and Writing
Placement and completion rates based upon students scheduled to complete their programs between January 1, 2012 and July 31, 2012. Satisfaction based upon overall program satisfaction from student surveys completed between July 1, 2012 and September 20, 2012. For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed their programs and other important information, please click here.
|Length:||8 Months||10 Months|
|Class Times:||9:00AM-2:00PM, Mon-Fri||6:00PM-10:00PM, Mon-Fri|
Kevin A. Hoang, Esq. Instructor
(714) 243-8663 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin is responsible for teaching paralegal courses at CCC. With a Bachelor’s Degree from U.C. Berkley, a Juris Doctor Degree from Syracuse University, and a license to practice Law in California, he is highly qualified to train our paralegal students with the fundamentals of the America legal system, criminal law, torts, contracts, family law, bankruptcy law and estate planning, while ensuring that they also get the practical skills need to complete legal forms, draft documents, and perform basic legal research to assist attorneys in their assessment of cases and organization of client files. Kevin really enjoys his teaching position at CCC as it allows him to witness first-hand how students become empowered through education.
Leslie D. Rakijas, Esq., Program Director and Instructor
(714) 243-8560 ext. 81 email@example.com
Leslie is the Program Director and Instructor for the Paralegal Program. She holds a Juris Doctor degree from Western State University College of Law. Leslie, who is a member of the State Bar of California and Orange County Bar Association, has been in the legal field for 20 years. She works at CCC and also as a credit repair attorney. Before she moved to California and became a lawyer, she had worked as a paralegal for major law firms in Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. She likes helping her students reach their full potential to attain a professional career. She loves teaching the law and she would love to teach you!
- Jasmine A.
Paralegal - Lutin Law Group
"The program was great from start to finish. I learned so much in every class, even in the boot camp."
- Jessica S.
Legal Assistant - Escamilla & Associates
“There's more to life with an education. There's more mobility and it shows your kids you can go on and advance yourself.”
- Mireya V.
Litigation Secretary - Law Office of Horton, Oberrecht, Kirkpathrick, Martha
“My life has changed 180 degrees now. CCC helped me get this great job and I feel that my time at CCC was time well spent.”