Juvenile law has evolved into a combination of criminal law and family law, with an emphasis on the unique and continually shifting process involving the prosecution of minors.
Paralegals are an especially valuable tool for lawyers practicing juvenile law. They often bring a more sensitive nature to client communication while still possessing the skills needed to assist in representation. Paralegals may deal with minors involved in a wide range of situations, from truancy to serious criminal acts. From delinquency to emancipation.
A paralegal entering this field should possess strong communication skills, and the ability to “leave the work at the office.” But while this area of practice can be stressful, it may also be extremely rewarding.
Please note that course work will begin after financing enrollment and 1st month’s payment are complete.