Paralegal Studies

Law offices and courts don’t function without knowledgeable, trained paralegals and clerks.

The paralegal profession (also known as legal assistant) is dynamic and growing. The efficient law office of today is incomplete without the prudent use of paralegals, working under the supervision of lawyers. As a key fixture in the legal services landscape of the 21st Century, paralegals can generate profitability to law firms, lower bills for clients and contribute toward cost-effective management of law firms.



Program Chair & Coordinator

Prof. Porcher L. Taylor III, J.D., Chair

Tammy Alexander, Program Coordinator

Professional & Continuing Studies

Paralegal Studies Program
Special Programs Building
28 Westhampton Way
University of Richmond, VA 23173

Phone: (804) 289-8133
spcs@richmond.edu