Paralegals are a core part legal teams. They assist attorneys in trial, research, conducting interviews, and in many other ways around a law firm or company. If you enjoy research, are organized, have an eye for detail, and strong communication skills, you’ve got what it takes to do well in this career.
What You'll Do
As a Paralegal, you’ll
- Conduct research on relevant laws and regulations
- Investigate case facts
- Review public and personal records
- Gather and organize legal documents
- Write reports and notes
- Communication and Collaboration
- Problem Solving
- Research and Exploration
Want to be a Paralegal?
Explore the education and training opportunities currently available through Louisiana’s 13 community and technical college campuses across the state.