Paralegal Studies Video
Paralegals work in all facets of the legal system-in large and small law firms, in courtrooms, in government and in corporate legal departments. Attorneys recognize the valuable contribution paralegals make in increasing the effectiveness and productivity of the legal system. Accordingly, paralegals perform legal research, conduct interviews, draft documents and complete many tasks critical to the efficient operation of law offices. It should be noted that paralegals cannot give legal advice or represent a client in a court of law nor engage in other forms of unauthorized practice of law.
In addition, the legal reference section of the Sullivan University Library and Learning Resource Center provides access to law books, materials, and computerized databases such as LexisNexis® and Westlaw® that enhance the learning potential of all paralegal studies students.
All Paralegal Studies programs are approved by The American Bar Association.
Available in both the Associate and Bachelor of Science Degree Level.
Accreditation & Locations You Can Enroll
The Paralegal Studies programs offered by The Institute for Legal Studies at Sullivan University's Louisville and Lexington campuses is approved by the American Bar Association.
This program is available at: