Gain entry into a career in law and be part of the legal team

Paralegals are trained in law and legal procedures to assist attorneys in the delivery of legal services to the public. Paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public, except as permitted by law. Although a paralegal may not practice law, a paralegal can perform substantive legal work and gain entry into a career in law. Graduates of NSCC’s Paralegal program are prepared to assist attorneys in investigating facts, researching legal issues, drafting legal documents and correspondence, and preparing for trial.

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Achievement and Outcomes

Learner Outcomes

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If you have questions related to program admissions or applications, please contact info@northshore.edu or call 978-762-4188.

If you have program advising related questions, please contact paralegal@northshore.edu or call 781-477-2215.

Program Requirements

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Accreditation

North Shore Community College is an accredited public institute of higher education where all are welcome and each is challenged. NSCC is accredited by NECHE, the New England Commission of Higher Education.

Approved by the A. B. A. The Paralegal Program has approval from the American Bar Association.

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