Because of today's competitive job market, more and more employers are looking for qualified students who hold a higher education degree. If you want to gain the high-value skills you will need to succeed in today's workplace, the Legal Technology program is the right choice for you.
Today, paralegals are in demand not only in law offices but also in a wide variety of organizations, including non-profit organizations, corporations, courts, government agencies, health care facilities, insurance companies, and other business sectors. With this occupation graduates can enjoy considerable flexibility employment-wise since many skill sets developed in the program are highly transferable.
This is a career path that offers many exciting employment options — consider enrolling today.
What Jobs Can I Get?
- After successful completion of the program, you will be ready to work as a Paralegal/Legal Assistant in a private law office or public, government office. The Department of Labor trends indicate that jobs in this field will increase as more attorneys learn how to utilize Legal Assistants.
How Long Will it Take?
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE (AAS)
INTERMEDIATE TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE (ITC)
Why Legal Technology at EITC?
- Low Cost
- Great Value
- High Job Placement
- Experienced Faculty
- Hands-on Training & Internship
- Individualized Services
- Small Class Size
- Comprehensive Legal Education Program
What Real Students Say
"Having previously attended a four-year university, EITC provided me a quality, affordable education, real-life training, and life-long networking skills that I apply to my career responsibilities every day."
Kaleigh Peterson, 2011 Legal Technologies graduate
"I did some research and was delighted to find that EITC offers an amazing Legal Tech program! I have learned so much on both an educational and professional level. I love the smaller classroom size and the hands-on activities. I love the fact that we get to put our knowledge and skills to the test through internships and make strong communication connections. I look forward to continuing to glean as much knowledge as I can and then build it to secure a firm financial future and great career!"
Jayna Higginson, Legal Technologies student