Paralegal Studies

Career Coach buttonThe Tarrant County College Paralegal Studies Program provides training for paralegals. Paralegals help lawyers prepare for hearings, trials, real estate closings, and client meetings and may assist an attorney in many specialized areas of law.

Paralegals may assist an attorney in any of the following areas of service:

  • Civil litigation
  • Wills, trusts and probate
  • Tort litigation
  • Family law
  • Estate planning and taxation
  • Bankruptcy
  • Real estate law
  • Labor law
  • Criminal law
  • Corporate law

The need for paralegals has increased substantially during the past decade as society has turned more and more frequently to the legal community for advice.

The Paralegal Studies Program does not qualify a graduate to take a Bar exam, represent clients in court, or give legal advice.

The Paralegal Studies program is offered on Northeast Campus.

 

Contact

Karen Silverberg, Professor and Coordinator Paralegal Studies
817-515-6277

 

 

Updated January 31, 2014

 

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