Center for Legal Studies
Build your credentials for legal career opportunities with online, instructor-led certificate courses offered in partnership with The Center for Legal Studies.
You do not have to be an attorney to embark on a career in the legal industry. Corporations, law firms and governments need non-lawyers for a wide variety of administrative, research, compliance and other law-related requirements.
Gain the skills needed to offer specialized legal services for these employers with these online, instructor-led certificate courses.
For detailed course descriptions, start dates and registration information, click on the course title. For additional information call, Continuing Education and Training at 410-386-8100.
This practice-focused program trains you in high-demand areas, such as how to interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law, prepare legal documents and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litigation. Learn more.
Learn skills necessary to work with law firms, health care providers, insurance companies and governmental agencies on medically related issues. Learn more.
This course covers a wide range of topics vital in a law office, such as legal terminology, jurisdiction, ethics, various written documents and filings, billing and accounting, time management and many more. Learn more.
Learn about computer operating systems, peripheral devices and software for a host of legal applications, such as tracking and billing, case management, docket control, litigation support, electronic discovery and trial presentation graphics. Learn more.
Train for work in domestic violence shelters, crisis centers and hotlines, and with state and county governments. Highlights include terminology, process, legislation, counseling skills and a range of other essential topics. Learn more.