Paralegal Certificate of Completion
NDSU, in partnership with Midwest Paralegal Studies, is offering an online 12-month Paralegal Certificate of Completion.
This professional non-credit program is recommended for those in the legal profession seeking advancement or for someone interested in a career change. It is open to anyone with a high school diploma/GED.
This certificate begins with a FREE orientation seminar.
$195 per course
2014 Start dates for classes
- Thursday February 6 - Thursday March 20, 2014
- Thursday April 3 - Thursday May 15, 2014
- Thursday June 5 - Thursday July 17, 2014
- Thursday September 11 - Thursday October 23, 2014
- Thursday November 6 - Thursday December 18, 2014
Classes may be taken in any order. Students must begin at the start of each class term
- Paralegal Research - 7 weeks
This class is designed to teach students entry level knowledge of tri-state law library access for purpose of writing a final legal office memo with proper citation and Shepardizing.
- Paralegal Jurisprudence - 7 weeks
This class is designed to teach students entry level knowledge of the various practices in law for purpose of choosing a career direction and advancement in a particular specialty.
- Paralegal Litigation - 7 weeks
This class is designed to teach students entry level fundamental procedures in civil/criminal assistance in pre-trial, trial, post-trial and appeal including court searching and abstracting.
- Paralegal Management - 7 weeks
This class is designed to teach students entry level knowledge of the legal organization, technology and structure as it applies to law firms, government, corporations and freelancing.
- Paralegal Career - 7 weeks
This class is designed to teach students entry level job search through the portfolio method and career advancement techniques as it applies to law firms, government, corporations and freelancing.
Register for a class.
For program details and questions, contact the instructor:
Mr. Zoran Perovanovich