These advanced online paralegal topics build upon the nationally acclaimed Paralegal Certificate Course© and are specifically designed for those who wish to extensively build upon their knowledge of law and paralegal studies in specialized facets of contemporary law. Additional paralegal training will give you a strong competitive edge over other paralegals and should increase your salary.
These advanced paralegal topics provide comprehensive training and will enhance your legal knowledge and skills. Those who successfully complete at least six advanced paralegal topics will be awarded an Advanced Paralegal Certificate of Completion from the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education.
The Advanced Paralegal Certificate Program is offered in conjunction with the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education and the Center for Legal Studies.
Up to three Advanced Paralegal Course topics may be taken during one seven-week online session and Advanced Paralegal Course topics do not have to be taken in any particular order. Online participants should expect to spend at least 45-50 hours reading and preparing assignments and tests for each course.
Advanced Paralegal Topics:
- Advanced Legal Research -
- Alternate Dispute Resolution -
- Bankruptcy Law -
- Business Law and Practices -
- Constitutional Law -
- Criminal Law -
- Criminal Procedure -
- Education Law -
- Estate Planning - Probate, Wills & Trusts -
- Family Law -
- Immigration Law -
- Intellectual Property -
- Real Property Law -
- Victim Advocacy -
- Water Law -
$400 per course
$2,400 for six courses
45 Hours / 4.5 CEUs per course. Those who successfully complete at least six advanced paralegal topics will be awarded an Advanced Paralegal Certificate of Completion from the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education.
Attendance Policy and Other Important Requirements:
Timely and successful completion of written and oral assignments is required. To receive your Continuing Education Units (CEUs), you must have a score of 70% or better on written assignments and on the final written examination.