You don't have to be an attorney to embark on a career in the legal industry.
Corporations, law firms, and governments need non-lawyers for a wide variety of administrative, research, compliance and other law-related requirements.
Without the time and expense of a pursuing a full law degree, you can gain the skills needed to offer specialized legal services for these employers.
To build your credentials for legal career opportunities, consider these excellent courses the University of Georgia offers in partnership with The Center for Legal Studies.
Korean/English Legal Interpreter Certificate Program (Metro Atlanta classrooms)
Spanish/English Legal Interpreter Certificate Program (Metro Atlanta classrooms)
LSAT preparation courses (online and UGA Athens campus)