Enrollment and Entrance Requirements
Applicants to our program, which is approved
by the American Bar Association, must be accepted to
Clayton State through the Office of Admissions. Please note that paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public, except as permitted by law.
All Legal Studies/Paralegal program students are required to take at least ten semester credits or equivalent of legal specialty courses through traditional classroom instruction.
Policy on transfer credits for Paralegal/Legal Assistant Courses:
General Admissions and Financial Aid Information