The Master of
Criminal Justice and Criminology is a NEW PROGRAM approved by the
UNC Board of Governors which began in August 2006.
program now operates in Boone, NC on the main ASU campus, as well as in
The first-year small-section program teaches the fundamentals of legal analysis
and reasoning in a supportive setting. In the first semester, two of each student's
classes -- a substantive law class and a legal writing class -- have 25 or fewer
Curriculum Guide on International and Comparative Law
and comparative law involves a wide variety of legal work driven by the
increasing globalization of the world's economies. A growing number of
Lawyers in the field of labor and employment law deal with the relations
between workers and their employers. Labor lawyers represent either union
workers or management and deal with issues such as unfair labor practice
Curriculum Guide on Tax Law
If you're not sure what area of law interests you or if you want to
leave your options open, select courses that give you a well-rounded education.
Make sure that you have the...
Trial lawyers or civil litigators are lawyers who represent clients
in civil lawsuits. Trial lawyers spend much of their time on pre-trial
issues such as discovering facts, deposing witnesses, and preparing
cases to be tried. They also spend a significant...
In Corrections, students are taught the skills they will need to
manage prisoners, interact with adult parolees and probationers, and
supervise juveniles in the community or secured juvenile facilities.
Students learn how courts and prisons work and different...
Paralegals are qualified to perform law-related work under the supervision of a lawyer: analyze legal issues; investigate and evaluate facts; prepare pleadings, contracts, forms, legal memoranda, and other documents; interview clients; assist in case management;...
The Paralegal program is a program through which students
may earn an Associate in Applied Science. This program is
designed to teach students primary skills in legal research,
writing, and technology...
The Paralegal program at Branford Hall Career Institute was designed to provide comprehensive education that can position you for successful entry into the legal field. As a result, our knowledgeable instructors cover well-rounded, carefully crafted curricula...
Prepare for a High-Demand Legal CareerTrain for one of the fastest-growing occupations and become a Paralegal/Legal Assistant. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Statistics predicts that the demand for paralegals and legal assistants to grow 22 percent...
Start training for one of the fastest-growing occupations and become a paralegal assistant. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Statistics predicts that the demand for paralegals and legal assistants to grow 22 percent between 2006 and 2016. Jones College’s...
This unique program offered jointly by ACPHS and the neighboring Albany Law School guarantees qualified freshmen in any of ACPHS's bachelor's programs (Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biomedical Technology or Health and Human Sciences) a spot in law school, providing...
Paralegal Studies Degree ProgramThe Briarcliffe College A.A.S. degree program in Paralegal Studies is designed to provide the student with legal theory and contemporary practical law office skills designed to prepare the student for entry into the job market...
A paralegal is a person, qualified by
education, training or work experience, who is employed or retained by
a lawyer, law office, corporation, governmental agency or other entity
to perform specifically delegated substantive legal work for which a
Crime fighting isn’t as glamorous as it seems on TV or in the
movies. It requires hard work by well-trained individuals—from the
police officers on the street to the highest ranks of law enforcement
and everyone in between. That’s where Indiana Tech’s Center...
Lawyers from around the world converge at the
University of Notre Dame’s London Law Centre to earn an advanced law
degree—the LL.M. in International and Comparative Law. The program is
designed for graduates of law schools from EU countries who seek
The Graduate Tax Program, established in 1959 as one of the first
graduate tax programs in the nation, continues to be one of the best.
The Program is designed to expose you to the rigorous academic
challenges of current tax law, and to train you to be an...
The Morin Center
administers the Graduate Program in Banking and Financial Law and
should be your first stop for administrative and academic information.
Our intention is to use this Web site as a hub for information about
the Morin Center and the...
The Master of Arts in Criminal Justice (MACJ)
degree program is a professional degree designed to provide criminal
justice agency professionals with coursework in criminology and the
operation of the criminal justice system, as well as training in