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Paralegal Schools

A guide to paralegal education and online paralegal degrees.

To meet that need, several online paralegal training courses have been established in recent years, in addition to the more traditional bricks-and-mortar schools listed below.

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Quest Education Corporation (QEC) Paralegal Programs provide high-quality paralegal education at five paralegal schools throughout the country. Each school is approved by the American Bar Association, and provides nationwide career development assistance for graduates.

The mission and purpose of the schools of QEC Paralegal Programs is to provide professional occupational instruction in an American Bar Association approved curriculum for college graduates that will qualify them for entry-level employment as paralegals, or for advancement in existing positions, and to assist them in finding employment.

QEC Paralegal Programs schools have extensive experience in paralegal training. Denver Career College (formerly Denver Paralegal Institute) has been training paralegals since 1977. Phoenix Career College in Phoenix, formerly the Sterling School, has been training legal professionals since 1975. Southeastern Career College in Nashville opened its doors in 1981; and Southeastern Career Institute in Dallas opened in 1987. Each school offers the same General Practice Paralegal Programs to college graduates.

Quest Education Corporation schools admit students of any sex, race, color, religion, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally made available to students at QEC Paralegal Programs. QEC Paralegal Programs does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid programs, or other school-administered programs. We encourage diversity and welcome applications from all minority groups.


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