Approved by the American Bar Association, this degree is designed principally for those who have some law office or paralegal experience. While many large law firms and corporations require a four-year degree for employment, many employers will consider an Associate degree and experience instead. Paralegals are not licensed to practice law and cannot give legal advice, but they do much the same work as attorneys and are bound by the same ethical principles.
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