Latest Posts by Carrie Sealey-Morris

  • Becoming a Paralegal Working in Internet and Cyberspace Law

    Cyber law is the type of legislation that delineates what is deemed acceptable as to the behavioral use of technology. Cyber law is also known as cyber crime law, with regulations that impact most aspects surrounding the use of networks,…

  • What Does a Forensic Paralegal Do?

    One of the lesser-known career options for a paralegal is the forensic paralegal. A forensic paralegal is a paralegal with training in the investigation of electronic storage and communications to uncover evidence of activities that can be used to support…

  • What Degree Do I Need to Work in Cyber Security Law?

    If you’re looking to work in cyber security law, you will need to have the right information that will help you make the best decision on which course to take. With so many cyber thieves and threats to the nation, cyber…

  • Best Online Nurse Paralegal Programs for 2021

    For nurses or paralegals who want to take on a new challenge, an online legal nurse consultant certificate opens up a whole new world of opportunity. The difference between a nurse paralegal vs legal nurse consultant comes down to education…

  • Burnout: Career Transition From Paralegal

    Are you one of the many paralegals who have been working professionally for many years and are nearing what you can only term paralegal burnout? Well, you are not alone and have probably considered a transition from a paralegal career…

  • Top 25 Alternative Jobs for Paralegals for 2021

    The legal field is a stressful one, and burnout among paralegals is as high or higher than for attorneys. And on top of the basic stresses of the job - long hours, lots of tedious work, and (especially for criminal…

  • How to Become a Paralegal in Virginia

    Paralegals are needed at many organizations and the greatest demands are in government agencies, law firms, and corporate legal departments. The projected job outlook for a paralegal in Virginia is exceptional over the next few years with a projected job…

  • How to Become a Paralegal in Minnesota

    The first step to becoming a paralegal in Minnesota is to complete either a paralegal certification in Minnesota, an associate's degree, or a bachelor's degree. The level of education a person receives determines the type of jobs available as well…

  • How to Become a Paralegal in Arkansas

    To become a paralegal in Arkansas, start the procedure of completing either a certificate, associate's degree, or bachelor's degree approved by the Arkansas Bar Association. Then, he or she will have one of the Arkansas paralegal requirements. In fact, this…

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