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Women have more options in law enforcement than ever before as more female officers enter the work force and break through the glass ceiling.
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.