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Which Is Better You: Paralegal Or Court Reporter

Both paralegals and court reporters are important legal careers that offer access to the inside action of our legal system, but in different ways.

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Paralegal vs. Legal Assistant - What's the Difference?

Oh Google, when you fail, you fail epically. You know those times when you desperately need the answer to that age-old question: What is the difference between a paralegal and a legal assistant?

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Solve Legal Disputes As A Mediator

Mediators are commonly present in small claims courts, divorce and family court, and some criminal courts.

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Learn About Becoming A Security Guard

Security guards enforce the law of the building they are hired to work in.

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Become A Bailiff

Are you someone who possesses good judgment and strong interpersonal and negotiating skills? Are you physically strong and self-disciplined?

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Use Your Analytical Skills As A Criminal Profiler

Criminal profilers develop the "profile" of the potential suspect by using every piece of evidence left at the crime scene.

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Have A Heart For Animals? Become An Animal Control Officer

Animal control officers are the heroes with huge hearts who go in and try to rescue the furry friends from their unfortunate circumstances.

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Criminal Justice Career Information and Facts

If you want to protect the public, help others, and solve crime issues, then a criminal justice career may be a perfect fit for you!

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The Top 5 Most Popular Criminal Justice Careers

Consider starting your criminal justice major with these jobs in mind—they are 2018's most popular roles in the field for a reason. 

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A Day In The Life: Correctional Officer

Grit and guts brought you to the field and keep you going in a day filled with cell searches, security rounds, and mail shakedowns.

 

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