Mackenzie A. Dilbeck
NORMAN — The University of Oklahoma Department of Legal Assistant Education is now accepting applications for its spring paralegal program.
To earn the American Bar Association-approved certificate, students must complete 23 credit hours of legal classes, which can be completed in two years. Students must also complete 37 credit hours of general education courses, which may be completed at any accredited college or university, if he or she has not already earned a degree.
OU Law’s program prepares individuals for careers as paralegals in private, corporate and government law-related activities. It also teaches skills necessary to perform a variety of law-related tasks, including legal research and drafting legal documents. Some spring courses are offered either fully or partially online.
Classes begin in January and are offered on Saturdays at the OU Law Center, located at 300 Timberdell Road in Norman. The deadline to enroll is December 18.
For an application and additional information, contact email@example.com, (405) 325-1726 or visit www.law.ou.edu/lae.
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