Are there any paralegals that you’ve heard of that you know are great (if you do your homework)? I don’t think so. I can’t think of any. Most of the paralegals I’ve worked with are extremely good, but I don’t think anyone’s great. I think you have to have some experience for a paralegal to be a good paralegal.

Right now, to get into paralegals, you need to have at least a bachelor’s degree if not a law degree. That means you need to know something about law, and maybe even a little about paralegal law. Most paralegals are former lawyers, so they have a background in law, and a little in paralegal law.

Paralegals vary in the level of experience they have, and even in the quality of their credentials. The most experienced paralegals can be found in the corporate and federal courts, where they handle administrative cases. However, the other end of the spectrum consists of paralegals who handle litigation, and other types of civil cases. I’ve worked with both these types of paralegals, so I can tell you that they have different degrees of experience and training.

One of the most common questions I get is whether or not paralegal jobs require a law degree. In many states there is a requirement that a paralegal must have a law school degree, as well as a working knowledge of the law, but there is no law school requirement in the state of Florida. In the state of Texas, the paralegal requirement is just part of the law school requirement.

The answer is no. In fact, the requirements for paralegal jobs are less stringent than they are for other jobs that require a law degree. In fact, I have had paralegals that have been working for years without a degree, even though they have a formal training. And many paralegals are not even required to have a law degree.

The reason is that the state of Texas does not have a system for determining who is a paralegal. In fact, the state of Texas is only required to have a law degree for eligibility, not the experience. In Florida, an attorney must have a law degree to be a paralegal. But a paralegal is not a lawyer, he’s an attorney.

The paralegals I interviewed for my article said that they wanted to be paralegals because they were looking to improve their skills and have a career. They said that they weren’t looking for a job, they were looking for a career. And they knew that they were in for a tough job. So I don’t think paralegals are ever really in a job. They are in the job of being a paralegal.

That’s a good point. Paralegals have to earn a law degree and some experience. What they dont have is the time to learn the work of a lawyer. Paralegals don’t get paid well either as the practice of law is a very manual profession. I was in a legal profession, a real estate profession, and a teaching profession before I became a paralegal.

Paralegal jobs are very important because they are in the legal industry. Lawyers are the ones who handle litigation cases, while paralegals handle litigation cases. That is a huge difference in income, especially for someone who is not a lawyer. Also, paralegals are in the legal industry and thus they get paid very well. Paralegals get paid about 80 percent of their income, while lawyers get paid about 25 percent.

Paralegals, like lawyers, are in the legal industry and thus they get paid very well. Paralegals get paid about 80 percent of their income, while lawyers get paid about 25 percent.