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ABA Approved Paralegal Education Programs

Arizona

Everest College, Phoenix
Phoenix College, Phoenix
Pima Community College, Tucson

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Everest College Phoenix
Paralegal Studies Program
10400 N. 25th Ave., Suite 190
Phoenix, AZ 85021
Director: Richard A. Johnson
Telephone: 602.942.4141
Fax: 602.943.0960

Type of Institution: Private, Proprietary, 2 yr
Degrees Offered: Associate in Applied Science
Minimum length of time to complete program: 24 months
Internships: Elective
Description: The Associate in Applied Science Degree in Legal Assisting prepares students to research legal issues, draft legal documents, prepare pleadings, summarize documents, organize trial notebooks, and interview clients. The program provides students with both a practical and theoretical education in the legal profession. Under the supervision of an attorney, graduates will be able to use their skills in law and legal procedures in the areas of interviewing, gathering, reviewing and analyzing facts, research law, and preparing and interpreting legal documents. Westlaw computerized legal research and special Discovery software training is also included.
For more information: www.everestcollegephoenix.edu

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Phoenix College
Paralegal Studies Program
640 N 1st Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85003-1515
Director: Scott A. Hauert
Telephone: 602.285.7110
Fax: 602.635.4967

Type of Institution: Public, 2 yr
Degrees Offered: Associate in Applied Science, Certificate of completion for students with a college degree from an accredited institution
Minimum length of time to complete program: 3 semesters for Certificate; 4-5 semesters for AAS, depending on course selection
Internships: Elective
For more information: www.phoenixcollege.edu/legalstudies
Description: Phoenix College is a member of the Maricopa Community Colleges. The Paralegal Program at Phoenix College has been educating students in the paralegal field since 1973. We offer both day and nighttime courses in a classroom setting taught by experienced attorneys and legal assistants from the community. The Paralegal Program places particular emphasis on core skills needed by entry-level paralegals such as legal writing, legal procedures, torts, legal research, and computerized law office applications. We also offer a rich variety of electives, including Criminal Procedure, Bankruptcy, Administrative Law, Family Law, Probate, and Real Estate.

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Pima Community College
Paralegal Program
Downtown Campus
1255 North Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85709-3030
Director: Joy D. O'Donnell
Telephone: 520.206.7352

Type of Institution: Public; 2-yr
Degrees Offered: Associate in Applied Science; Post-Baccalaureate Certificate; Post-Associate Certificate
Internships: Elective
For more information: www.dtc.pima.edu
Description: The Post-Degree Certificate requires a previous Bachelor's or an Associate of Arts or Science degree from an accredited post-secondary institution.

Updated: 08/13/2013

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