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he paralegal profession is currently booming, with an ever growing need for professional assistance in law firms. The paralegal job market is expected to continue its growth, while colleges throughout the United States have added and expanded paralegal studies and certification programs.


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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Dec 3, 2009
    • I have a question about the paralegal profession. My nephew, who has been diabetic since childhood, has had a kidney and pancreas transplant, and is losing his sight has decided to go to school to become a paralegal. This is a big step for him. He’s been content most of his life to live off the system, stay with his father and basically do nothing. We‘re thrilled for him and my mother has agreed to pay for everything.  

      How challenging is this profession for someone like him, in your opinion?



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      Jennyblake wrote Dec 5, 2009
    • Being a paralegal requires a large amount of detailed reading.  Unless he can accomodate fuly for the loss of sight, it may be difficult!



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