Where Paralegals Work

Where Paralegals Work

The increased reliance on paralegals has opened new professional opportunities in all industries and work settings.

Paralegals work for law firms both large and small, government agencies, corporations, nonprofit organizations and even as independent consultants.

Paralegals work in a variety of industries and can specialize in any of numerous areas of practice, including banking and investments, contracts, corporate affairs, criminal law, employment and labor law, entertainment law, family law, federal or jurisdictional law, healthcare reform, intellectual property and patent law, insurance, international trade and finance, litigation, medical malpractice, real estate, personal injury, public interest and more.

Professional experiences and paralegal career paths vary greatly in each legal setting and specialty, offering paralegals the opportunity to find work in an area that aligns with their personal motivations and career goals.

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