I'm in my first semester of a paralegal certificate program at an ABA approved institution. I work part time now to abet support my fiance and myself. If I am going to be taking a unpaid internship, will it most likely be part time or full time? are canon offices picky on how many and what hours they enjoy you work? I have some knowledge of motion practice, Lexis Nexis, Memo creation, and Interrogatories, and probably skill near jury instructions, and form books, by the end of the semester. Do you think decree offices would consider paying, and going from intern to hire? This whole process is somewhat hot to me.
How long do paralegal internships concluding surrounded by a daylight? are they FT or PT?
Law firms are notoriously cheap and if they can get away minus paying you, they will.
Have you thought of trying to get a job as a full-time trial secretary? With your skills, you may be able to get one and consequently can transition to paralegal skills/experience. As long as you are motivated and willing to learn, the attorney you work for may be prepared to train you as a paralegal (although only paying you as a legal secretary).
Sign up near a temporary employment agency that specializes in staffing positions at ruling firms.