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Paralegal Studies Information Session/New Student Orientation

paralegal studies

Don’t miss out! Join us for our Paralegal Studies Information Session/New Student orientation.

Sept. 16, 2019
5:30-7 p.m.
SPC Clearwater Campus
2465 Drew Street
Clearwater, FL

At the session, you can:

  • Ask questions about the paralegal field
  • Speak to the dean, faculty and an advisor
  • Current students can learn how to transfer their associate degree to our bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies
  • Learn how to enhance your bachelor’s degree with a baccalaureate certificate in Paralegal Studies
  • Learn about the different paralegal libraries and databases available to you as a student
  • Learn more about associate and bachelor’s degrees and the courses we offer

New! At the end of the event, you will have the opportunity to sit in on one of our Intro to Paralegal classes. You can also go over your “My Learning Plan” (MLP) with faculty to plan out your entire schedule for the program so you can stay on track and finish in a timely manner. 

Reserve your space online today, or call Tracy Garrett at 727-341-3172 with any questions.

Paralegal Studies programs at SPC

You can specialize in up to three areas, including:

  • Estate and Guardianship Administration
  • Corporations
  • Real Estate
  • Family Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Criminal Litigation

Why SPC for your Paralegal Studies degree?

  • Exceptional and experiences faculty
  • Classes offered in a 16-week timeframe
  • A close working relationship with the legal profession
  • An engages advisory board
  • Unique, innovative courses
  • Practical skills
  • Affordable tuition
  • Evening classes
  • Classes taught exclusively by local practicing attorneys and sitting judges

After completing the Paralegal Studies program offered at SPC, you can walk away with legal knowledge and operational skills that are the benchmark of successful careers. Graduates are prepared to assist in interview and investigation, legal research, discovery and litigation support and design and development of new procedures.    

Programs Approved by the American Bar association (ABA)
All of SPC’s paralegal programs are approved by the American Bar Association (ABA).

Attend the Summer Paralegal Studies Information Session June 21

Courtroom staff with Paralegal Studies Program

Interested in becoming a paralegal? The Summer Paralegal Studies Information Session at SPC has the answers to your questions. Reserve your spot today and attend the event on June 21 from 5:30 – 7 pm at the Clearwater Campus.

The future is bright for paralegals. This high-paying, high job satisfaction field is expected to grow faster than average. Click here for more on the paralegal occupation.

Flier for the SPC Summer Paralegal Studies Information SessionAt the Paralegal Studies Information Session you can:
  • Speak to the dean, faculty and an advisor
  • Current students can learn how to transfer their associate degree to SPC’s bachelor’s degree program
  • Learn how to enhance your bachelor’s degree with a baccalaureate certificate in Paralegal Studies
  • Learn about the different paralegal databases available to you as a student
  • Learn more about associate and bachelor’s degrees and the courses we offer

Reserve your space today or call Tracy Garrett at 727-341-3172.

Why SPC for your Paralegal Studies degree?
  • Exceptional and experiences faculty
  • Classes offered in a 16-week timeframe
  • A close working relationship with the legal profession
  • An engaged advisory board
  • Unique, innovative courses
  • Practical skills
  • Affordable tuition
  • Evening classes
  • Classes taught exclusively by local practicing attorneys and sitting judges

After completing the Paralegal Studies program offered at SPC, you can walk away with legal knowledge and operational skills that are the benchmark of successful careers.  Graduates are prepared to assist in interview and investigation, legal research, discovery and litigation support,  and design and development of new procedures.

All of SPC’s paralegal programs are approved by the American Bar Association (ABA) .