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Augusta State University tort law

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A paralegal may draft pleadings, deposition notices, subpoenas, and prepare briefs. Paralegals may assist in preparing depositions and other court documents. However, paralegals cannot give legal advice, write tort law, establish legal fees, or sign legal documents. Paralegals generally possess at a minimum, a 2-year associates degree, a bachelor’s degree in paralegal studies, or a paralegal certificate. According to the National Federation of Paralegal Associations, the average paralegal salary was $50,496 annually in 2015.

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Augusta State University
    Augusta, GA
$$ $$$ large Program Info
Augusta Technical College
    Augusta, GA
$ (low) $ (low) large Program Info
Paine College
    Augusta, GA
$$$ $$$ small Program Info
Central Georgia Technical College
    Macon, GA
$ (low) $ (low) large Program Info
Georgia Military College Milledgeville
    Milledgeville, GA
$ (low) $ (low) medium Program Info
Savannah State University
    Savannah, GA
$$ $$$ medium Program Info
University of West Georgia
    Carrollton, GA
$$ $$$ very largeProgram Info
Bainbridge College
    Bainbridge, GA
$ (low) $$ medium Program Info
Wesleyan College
    Macon, GA
$$$ $$$ small Program Info
South Georgia College
    Douglas, GA
$ (low) $$$ medium Program Info
Southwest Georgia Technical College
    Thomasville, GA
$ (low) $ (low) small Program Info
Georgia Highlands College
    Rome, GA
$ (low) $$ large Program Info
East Georgia College
    Swainsboro, GA
$ (low) $$ medium Program Info
Thomas University
    Thomasville, GA
$$$ $$$ small Program Info


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Employment of lawyers and paralegals is projected to grow up to 10% percent over the coming decade, although competition for legal positions is intense because more students graduate from law school each year than there are jobs available. The median annual wage for lawyers was $115,820 in May 2015. Newly hired attorneys usually start as associates and work with more experienced lawyers. After several years, some lawyers may be admitted to partnership of their firm, which means they become partial owners of the firm.

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Correctional Officers$29,850$42,810
Court Reporters$48,370$77,770
Criminal Lawyers $65,400$85,990
Detectives$60,390$92,590
FBI Agents$42,370$63,140
Law Clerks$44,200$74,920
Lawyers$85,360 $155,360
Legal Secretaries$39,670$58,770
Paralegals$38,090$59,260
Police Officers$48,410$72,450
Private Investigators$38,290$64,380
Probation Officers$43,540$67,180
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Augusta State University tort law

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