The certificate in legal studies is an intensive ten-course sequence program [27-29 credits] that prepares the student for paralegal employment opportunities in private sector and public sector law, finance, human services, business and industry, and related fields. Emphasis is placed on preparing the student to enter and advance in the paralegal profession. Students have access to the latest legal research technology on campus at the Sage library as well as access to the extensive law library at Albany Law School. Students may transfer in a maximum of nine credits from other institutions.
- Complete all of the following:
- A Philosophy (PHL) Ethics course may be substituted for LAW 209
- Complete five additional LAW courses: