All Criminal Justice Schools Blog
A correctional treatment coordinator discusses their career path and experiences working in juvenile justice.
After studying police science for two years, Deborah Ammeson started a 12 year career as a correctional officer.
Starting your first paralegal job search can be daunting. Here are tips on how to approach the hunt to find entry level positions right for you.
A 15 year veteran paralegal shares her experiences in the field and gives advice to entry-level paralegals looking to find the right fit.
Finding a job out of school can be challenging, but we have some tips to make your search for a paralegal position a little easier.
Paralegal studies and legal studies may sound similar, but each kind of program prepares you for a very different career.
Accreditation is helpful in determining whether a paralegal program is going to provide a quality education, but understanding exactly what accreditation means can be tough.
Ethics are very important in criminal justice. Paralegals must demonstrate high ethical standards in their work and life, else they risk bringing into question the work they do.