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The City of Detroit anchors the second-largest regional economy in the Midwest , behind Chicago and ahead of Minneapolis—Saint Paul , and the 13th-largest in the United States. During the 19th century, it became an important industrial hub at the center of the Great Lakes region.

With expansion of the auto industry in the early 20th century, the city and its suburbs experienced rapid growth, and by the s, the city had become the fourth-largest in the country. However, due to industrial restructuring, the loss of jobs in the auto industry, and rapid suburbanization , Detroit lost considerable population from the late 20th century to the present.

Since reaching a peak of 1. Detroit's diverse culture has had both local and international influence, particularly in music , with the city giving rise to the genres of Motown and techno , and playing an important role in the development of jazz , hip-hop , rock , and punk music. The erstwhile rapid growth of Detroit left a globally unique stock of architectural monuments and historic places , and since the s conservation efforts managed to save many architectural pieces and allowed several large-scale revitalizations , including the restoration of several historic theatres and entertainment venues, high-rise renovations, new sports stadiums, and a riverfront revitalization project.

More recently, the population of Downtown Detroit, Midtown Detroit , and various other neighborhoods has increased. An increasingly popular tourist destination , Detroit receives 19 million visitors per year. Paleo-Indian people inhabited areas near Detroit as early as 11, years ago including the culture referred to as the Mound-builders.

The first Europeans did not penetrate into the region and reach the straits of Detroit until French missionaries and traders worked their way around the League of the Iroquois , with whom they were at war, and other Iroquoian tribes in the s. British negotiations with the Iroquois would both prove critical and lead to a Crown policy limiting the west of the Alleghenies settlements below the Great Lakes , which gave many American would-be migrants a casus belli for supporting the American Revolution.

The raids and resultant decisive Sullivan Expedition reopened the Ohio Country to westward emigration, which began almost immediately, and by white settlers were pouring westwards.

The city was named by French colonists , referring to the Detroit River French: Clair River , Lake St. Clair and the Detroit River. On July 24, , the French explorer Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac , along with more than a hundred other settlers began constructing a small fort on the north bank of the Detroit River. By , its population was up to 2, and it was the third-largest city in the Province of Quebec.

The region's economy was based on the lucrative fur trade , in which numerous Native American people had important roles.

The flag of Detroit reflects its French colonial heritage. Descendants of the earliest French and French Canadian settlers formed a cohesive community, who gradually were replaced as the dominant population after more Anglo-American settlers came to the area in the early 19th century. Living along the shores of Lakes St. Clair, and south to Monroe and downriver suburbs, the French Canadians of Detroit, also known as Muskrat French , remain a subculture in the region today.

They shortened the name to "Detroit". Several Native American tribes launched Pontiac's Rebellion , and conducted a siege of Fort Detroit , but failed to capture it. In defeat, France ceded its territory in North America east of the Mississippi to Britain following the war. Following the American Revolutionary War and United States independence, Britain ceded Detroit along with other territory in the area under the Jay Treaty , which established the northern border with Canada.

A river warehouse and brick chimneys of the former wooden homes were the sole structures to survive. From to , Detroit was the capital of Michigan first the territory, then the state. Detroit surrendered without a fight to British troops during the War of in the Siege of Detroit.

The Battle of Frenchtown January 18—23, was part of a United States effort to retake the city, and American troops suffered their highest fatalities of any battle in the war. Detroit was finally recaptured by the United States later that year.

It was incorporated as a city in Woodward was followed, featuring grand boulevards as in Paris. Prior to the American Civil War , the city's access to the Canada—US border made it a key stop for refugee slaves gaining freedom in the North along the Underground Railroad. Many went across the Detroit River to Canada to escape pursuit by slave catchers. During the late 19th century, several Gilded Age mansions reflecting the wealth of industry and shipping magnates were built east and west of the current downtown, along the major avenues of the Woodward plan.

Most notable among them was the David Whitney House located at Woodward Avenue , which became a prime location for mansions. During this period some referred to Detroit as the Paris of the West for its architecture, grand avenues in the Paris style, and for Washington Boulevard, recently electrified by Thomas Edison. Strategically located along the Great Lakes waterway, Detroit emerged as a major port and transportation hub.

In , a thriving carriage trade prompted Henry Ford to build his first automobile in a rented workshop on Mack Avenue. During this growth period, Detroit expanded its borders by annexing all or part of several surrounding villages and townships. Ford's manufacturing—and those of automotive pioneers William C. Durant , the Dodge Brothers , Packard , and Walter Chrysler —established Detroit's status in the early 20th century as the world's automotive capital.

With the rapid growth of industrial workers in the auto factories, labor unions such as the American Federation of Labor and the United Auto Workers fought to organize workers to gain them better working conditions and wages. The labor activism during those years increased influence of union leaders in the city such as Jimmy Hoffa of the Teamsters and Walter Reuther of the Autoworkers. The city became the 4th-largest in the nation in , after only New York City , Chicago and Philadelphia , with the influence of the booming auto industry.

The prohibition of alcohol from to resulted in the Detroit River becoming a major conduit for smuggling of illegal Canadian spirits. Detroit, like many places in the United States, developed racial conflict and discrimination in the 20th century following rapid demographic changes as hundreds of thousands of new workers were attracted to the industrial city; in a short period it became the 4th-largest city in the nation.

The Great Migration brought rural blacks from the South; they were outnumbered by southern whites who also migrated to the city. Immigration brought southern and eastern Europeans of Catholic and Jewish faith; these new groups competed with native-born whites for jobs and housing in the booming city. Detroit was one of the major Midwest cities that was a site for the dramatic urban revival of the Ku Klux Klan beginning in It was defeated after numerous prosecutions following the kidnapping and murder in of Charles Poole, a Catholic Works Progress Administration organizer.

A total of 49 men of the Black Legion were convicted of numerous crimes, with many sentenced to life in prison for murder. In the s the world's "first urban depressed freeway" ever built, the Davison , [33] was constructed in Detroit. During World War II, the government encouraged retooling of the American automobile industry in support of the Allied powers , leading to Detroit's key role in the American Arsenal of Democracy. Jobs expanded so rapidly that , people were attracted to the city from to , including 50, blacks in the second wave of the Great Migration, and , whites, many of them from the South.

Some European immigrants and their descendants feared black competition for jobs and housing. The federal government prohibited discrimination in defense work but when in June , Packard promoted three blacks to work next to whites on its assembly lines, 25, whites walked off the job. Over the course of three days, 34 people were killed, of whom 25 were African American. Industrial mergers in the s, especially in the automobile sector, increased oligopoly in the American auto industry.

Detroit manufacturers such as Packard and Hudson merged into other companies and eventually disappeared. As in other major American cities in the postwar era, construction of an extensive highway and freeway system around Detroit and pent-up demand for new housing stimulated suburbanization; highways made commuting by car easier.

In , Detroit's last heavily used electric streetcar line along the length of Woodward Avenue was removed and replaced with gas-powered buses.

It was the last line of what had once been a mile network of electric streetcars. In at peak times, a streetcar ran on Woodward Avenue every 60 seconds. All of these changes in the area's transportation system favored low-density, auto-oriented development rather than high-density urban development, and industry also moved to the suburbs. The metro Detroit area developed as one of the most sprawling job markets in the United States by the 21st century, and combined with poor public transport, resulted in many jobs beyond the reach of urban low-income workers.

In , the city held about one-third of the state's population, anchored by its industries and workers. Over the next sixty years, the city's population declined to less than 10 percent of the state's population. During the same time period, the sprawling Detroit metropolitan area, which surrounds and includes the city, grew to contain more than half of Michigan's population. In June , Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. While the civil rights movement gained significant federal civil rights laws in and , longstanding inequities resulted in confrontations between the police and inner city black youth wanting change.

Longstanding tensions in Detroit culminated in the Twelfth Street riot in July The result was 43 dead, injured, over 7, arrests, and more than 2, buildings destroyed, mostly in black residential and business areas. Thousands of small businesses closed permanently or relocated to safer neighborhoods. The affected district lay in ruins for decades. The NAACP argued that although schools were not legally segregated, the city of Detroit and its surrounding counties had enacted policies to maintain racial segregation in public schools.

The NAACP also suggested a direct relationship between unfair housing practices and educational segregation, which followed segregated neighborhoods. The Sixth Circuit Court affirmed some of the decision, holding that it was the state's responsibility to integrate across the segregated metropolitan area.

Supreme Court took up the case February 27, Bradley decision had nationwide influence. In a narrow decision, the Supreme Court found that schools were a subject of local control and that suburbs could not be forced to solve problems in the city's school district. Some people were leaving at that time but, really, it was after Milliken that you saw mass flight to the suburbs.

If the case had gone the other way, it is likely that Detroit would not have experienced the steep decline in its tax base that has occurred since then.

In November , the city elected Coleman Young as its first black mayor. After taking office, Young emphasized increasing racial diversity in the police department. Following the failure to reach an agreement over the larger system, the city moved forward with construction of the elevated downtown circulator portion of the system, which became known as the Detroit People Mover.

The gasoline crises of and also affected Detroit and the U. Buyers chose smaller, more fuel-efficient cars made by foreign makers as the price of gas rose. Efforts to revive the city were stymied by the struggles of the auto industry, as their sales and market share declined. Automakers laid off thousands of employees and closed plants in the city, further eroding the tax base. To counteract this, the city used eminent domain to build two large new auto assembly plants in the city.

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The AOS in Paralegal Studies is a credit degree program that includes both a theory and a lab component. Full-time students are able to finish the program in as little as 19 months. Regis University is a 4-year Catholic university located in Denver, with additional satellite campuses in Thornton and Colorado Springs.

This school stood out to us because it has such a great variety of class delivery options. Students can opt for a mixture of campus-based and online courses. The school even offers a directed study program, in which students work independently and meet with their instructor at designated times.

Students can also choose to enroll in the accelerated paralegal program, in which courses run in five-week or eight-week terms and enrollment is open six times per year. The degree requires credits of study, with 15 credit hours in the paralegal specialization. The program also offers open enrollment, so you can register and start any time. The program is also self-scheduled, so you set the pace that works best for you.

Best of all, there are no extraordinary enrollment requirements — a high school diploma or GED is all you need to get started! The body of knowledge required to effectively perform paralegal support services can be gained from a formal education in paralegal studies. As attorneys, law offices, corporations and government agencies strive to work within an increasingly complex legal framework, the breadth of responsibilities given to the legal assistants they employ have increased accordingly.

Law offices, as well as other private and public sector employers in Connecticut, are now more often turning to paralegals who have demonstrated competence through formal education. Looking to break into the legal field for the first time?

We tried to simplify that task of selecting the right program by providing you with a list of our top picks of paralegal degree and certificate programs available through the best schools in Connecticut. A few of our selections even hold the unique distinction of having paralegal programs approved by the American Bar Association.

The program is structured in a hybrid format, so some of the courses are taken on-campus while other courses are completed online.

As an added bonus, the program also offers an externship opportunity and career placement assistance. The paralegal program is only available at the Southington campus. Charter Oak State College is a distance learning institution, with administrative offices in New Britain. Classes typically run 8 weeks in length and can be completed entirely online. There is an optional internship opportunity included with the program. Any student without previous legal experience would be required to participate in the internship.

The associate degree option through Manchester Community College is a traditional credit program. The paralegal certificate is 23 credits and is available to students who already hold an associate degree. To help accommodate students working full-time, most classes are offered during the evening hours.

Of course, many of the general education courses can be completed online. However, according to ABA standards, at least 10 legal specialty credits must be completed in a traditional classroom setting. As an added bonus, both the degree and the certificate program offer students an internship opportunity. The paralegal degree requires 62 credits of study, while the paralegal certificate only requires 24 credits. Both programs include core topics like litigation, probate practice, legal research and writing, and bankruptcy law.

As an added perk, both programs also include an intern experience. Courses can be completed on the Waterbury or Danbury campus. What we like about the paralegal programs at Norwalk Community College is that both the degree and the certificate program are approved by the American Bar Association.

The associate degree is 61 credits in length. The paralegal certificate is 30 credits in length and is open to students who have already earned an associate degree. Students must have a minimum of 18 liberal arts credits in order to enroll in the certificate program.

Both programs offer the opportunity to work alongside experienced paralegals in an internship program at area law firms and businesses. Certificate in Paralegal Studies — On-campus and online undergraduate, pre-degree. What we really like about the paralegal program through Post University in Waterbury is the flexibility and convenience it offers.

In fact, students can opt to complete courses on-campus or online, whichever works best for their schedule. The program includes core topics like civil litigation, real estate law, and business law and includes an optional legal studies internship at the end of the program. An internship work experience is included as well. These programs are offered in conjunction with the Center for Legal Studies CLS , a legal education entity providing high-quality online legal education to colleges and universities nationwide.

The paralegal certificate is offered online in two 7-week consecutive courses. The advanced paralegal certificate course is open to students who have completed the paralegal certificate course. The advanced certificate requires six additional topics of study, and students are allowed to take up to three topics per 7-week session.

University of Hartford is a 4-year private university with an expansive campus that provides convenient access to students in Hartford, West Hartford, and Bloomfield.

What we really like about this school is that all three program offerings are ABA-approved and that the programs are designed with the flexibility needed to meet the demands of working students. In fact, courses are offered in the evening hours and on Saturdays, and students can choose to attend on a part-time or full-time basis. The associate degree option requires 60 credits, while the bachelor degree option requires credits.

An internship is included only with the bachelor degree program, during which students complete at least hours of work in an assigned law office, government agency, or legal clinic. The post-associate certificate program requires enrolling students to have 30 credits in liberal arts.

Students attending full-time can finish their certificate in as little as 9 months. In order to enroll in the credit certificate program, students need to have at least 42 college credits. Students pursuing a paralegal associate degree or certificate still have the option to participate in a non-credit internship.

All of the schools we selected are accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, an accrediting agency that recognizes quality colleges and universities in the region. A few of our program selections even carry the distinction that comes with being approved by the American Bar Association. While there are schools in other states that offer paralegal programs online, for this list we selected only regionally and nationally accredited schools with a campus presence in Delaware.

We included some key details including tuition and the delivery format, all in an effort to help you make an informed decision. Paralegal courses are only offered at the Dover and Georgetown campuses. The paralegal certificate offered by the University of Delaware is a continuing education program led by a faculty of experienced attorneys. The program covers topics like contract law, legal research and writing, and criminal law.

The program is available online, and students are given complete access to LexisNexis, an online legal research database, for the duration of the program. The only prerequisite for enrollment is a high school diploma or GED. The bachelor degree program at Wesley College is a credit, ABA-approved program, so it easily made our list of the best options in Delaware.

Graduates of the program also receive a paralegal certificate in addition to their degree. Widener University, Delaware Law School, is a 4-year university located in Wilmington, with an additional campus location in Chester, Pennsylvania. What caught our attention about the paralegal programs offered at this school is that students can concentrate their studies within a specific area of law.

Areas of specialization include corporate law, criminal law, litigation, health law, estate administration law, and intellectual property law. Both the degree and certificate option are conveniently scheduled to accommodate working students. All programs are available on a full-time or part-time basis, and courses are available online and in the evenings on campus.

However, as an ABA-approved program, at least 10 credits worth of courses must be completed on campus. Wilmington University is a 4-year private college located in New Castle, with a satellite campus in Dover.

As an ABA-approved school, most courses must be completed on-campus. Although some of the prerequisite courses can be taken online, at least 10 credit hours of legal specialty courses have to be completed in a traditional classroom setting. With there being so many degree and certificate programs available to you, we know that deciding on a program to fit your needs can be a bit overwhelming.

We choose programs based entirely on the quality of the education they offer. While there are online programs available through schools all up and down the Atlantic coast and around the nation, we made our pick based on regional accreditation and a local campus presence.

The paralegal program at the University of the District of Columbia is a credit degree program that covers core topics like principles of the American legal system, civil case procedure, and business law. Classes are generally taken over four semesters, with full-time students being able to complete the program in about two years. General education courses can be taken online, but the core paralegal courses are only offered on-campus.

Campus-based courses are conveniently offered in the mornings, late afternoon, and evenings. Want to escape the grind of that dead-end job and get the respect and money you deserve? Just graduating high school and dreaming of strolling into the lobby of a Miami law firm every morning to start your day? Our selections are based solely on the quality of the programs, so we only include schools that are regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges, or nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools.

Many of our selections have also received the highest quality mark of all — program approval from the American Bar Association. Barry University is a 4-year university in Miami, with additional campus locations in Orlando and Palm Beach. The bachelor degree option includes 24 credits in the legal studies specialization.

The core curriculum can be completed entirely online, while the legal studies courses are only offered on-campus. On-campus courses are offered in the evenings and on Saturdays and typically only meet once per week, making it the perfect fit for working students. Students get all the coursework they need to qualify to sit for the Certified Legal Assistant CLA exam, and graduate with the credential in hand.

Both the undergraduate paralegal certificate and the post-baccalaureate certificate include the same 24 credits in the legal studies specialization. Students who earn a post-baccalaureate certificate are eligible to sit for CLA exam too. The paralegal associate degree at Broward College is a credit program with an internship that gives you the kind of real world experience you need to enter the field with confidence.

Paralegal courses are only offered at the Coconut Creek and Pembroke Pines campus locations. Courses are conveniently offered during the daytime and in the evenings. City College is a 2-year public school headquartered in Fort Lauderdale. Additional campus locations include Orlando, Gainesville, Hollywood, and Miami. We like the fact that this program encompasses a wide variety of core topics relevant to paralegals, including court proceedings and litigation, immigration law, real estate law, torts, and contracts.

The paralegal program is only available at the Orlando and Fort Lauderdale campuses. The program also offers an externship where students get an opportunity for real-world experience in a legal setting.

The program is 64 credits in length and gives students the added benefit of participating in a working internship experience. As an added perk, students who earn their associate degree are able to transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management program. The paralegal degree program at Daytona State College is a credit program. Students attending full-time can complete the program in two years. As a capstone, students are given the option of taking a law office management course or participating in an internship.

Graduates of the program are offered guaranteed enrollment in the Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management program. What really stands out about the program offered here is the large variety of legal specializations available to students. Students can choose to specialize in litigation with courses like bankruptcy, torts, and family law. Students interested in the transactional law specialization would take courses that cover wills and trusts, probate, and real estate transactions.

Courses are available on the Melbourne campus during the daytime and evening for added convenience and flexibility. A full semester-long internship is also part of the program.

This program stands out for its convenient course schedule and fast pace. Classes are scheduled during the evenings and meet three times per week to accommodate the busy schedules of working students. The paralegal certificate is offered online in two 7-week consecutive sessions, while the advanced paralegal certificate is offered in one 7-week online session. Students enrolling in the advanced paralegal certificate program must already have a basic certificate to apply.

Florida International University is a 4-year public university in Miami. Campus-based courses are conveniently offered in the evenings and Saturday mornings. The program is 10 weeks long and includes specialty workshops in the most relevant areas of law, such as bankruptcy and litigation. Enrollment is open throughout the year with start dates in January, May, and August.

The AS in Paralegal Studies is a credit program offered on a full-time and part-time basis. The program includes core topics like constitutional law, legal research and writing, litigation, torts, and law office management. One of the coolest aspects is the capstone project, a hour internship, in which students get the opportunity to serve in a paralegal role in a local law office or government agency.

The program is 64 credits in length and culminates with a hour professional internship. Students who are unable to participate in the internship are placed into a simulated law office class. Core curriculum includes courses like probate, estate planning, tort law, preparation of legal documents, and conducting legal research. The college has additional campus locations in Port St.

The AS in Paralegal Studies is a flexible credit program. Many of the prerequisite courses can be taken online. All of the core paralegal courses are taught on the Panama City campus, with most courses offered during the evening hours. Hillsborough Community College offers two program options — an associate degree in paralegal studies and a paralegal certificate. The associate degree is a credit program, while the certificate is a credit program.

There are no enrollment requirements for the degree program, other than a high school diploma or GED. The AS in Paralegal Studies is a credit program. The core paralegal curriculum is 25 credits and includes courses like survey of law, civil litigation, and corporate law.

An additional 25 elective credits are required as well, which gives students an opportunity to focus on certain areas of law, such as criminal law, constitutional law, or family law.

An optional internship is also offered with the program. Keiser University is a non-profit university with multiple campus locations throughout Florida. What stands out about this program is its accessibility. The program is also offered through the Fort Lauderdale Online Division. Students can complete the program entirely on-campus at one of the above locations, entirely online, or a combination of both! The program consists of 64 credit hours and is available on the Wolfson Campus in Miami.

Most students who enroll in the program work full-time, so many of the legal specialty courses are offered in the evenings. As an added benefit, students are trained in the use of software applications, including Westlaw. Nova Southeastern University is a 4-year private university with a main campus in Fort Lauderdale. One of the most unique features is that students actually participate in a mock trial event and get the opportunity to meet with judges and legal analysts.

The bachelor degree program consists of credits, including 45 credits in core paralegal topics. The program also includes an internship in the last semester. Paralegal Advanced Technical Certificate — On-campus post-baccalaureate. Palm Beach State College offers both a degree and certificate program in paralegal studies.

The associate degree requires 64 credits and covers core legal topics such as immigration law, estate law, business law, and the court system. Specialization courses available include family law and criminal litigation. The paralegal certificate is a credit program available to students who have a bachelor degree from any field of study. Most courses are available on-campus in the daytime and evenings. The only core paralegal courses that can be completed online are bankruptcy law and immigration law.

Students can take many of the prerequisite general education courses online. However, per ABA requirements, at least 10 credit hours of legal specialty courses must be taken in a traditional classroom setting. Currently, the only legal specialty course which is offered fully online is Business Law. Legal specialty courses are conveniently scheduled during the daytime and evening hours.

Classes are currently not available on Saturdays. South University is a 4-year university with campuses in nine different states, including a campus in West Palm Beach.

What stands out about this program is the variety of paralegal courses included with the associate and bachelor degree programs. The program also boasts a capstone internship in the last semester. This program caught our attention for the fact that the entire paralegal degree program can be completed online. The program teaches key skills like legal research methods, trial practice, and document preparation and incorporates core courses such as bankruptcy and immigration law.

Although the program can be completed entirely online, courses are also available on the Fort Myers, Tampa, and Port Charlotte campuses. Petersburg is that all three paralegal program offerings are approved by the American Bar Association. Another interesting caveat to this program is that students can specialize in up to three areas, including estate and guardianship administration, real estate, and criminal litigation.

Courses are staggered and not all courses are available each semester. All legal specialty courses, however, are offered during the evenings. What stands out about the AS in Paralegal Studies at Valencia is that the program offers two specific specialization options — litigation and transactional.

The litigation specialty includes courses like civil litigation and bankruptcy law. The transactional specialty includes courses like real estate law and probate.

As an ABA-approved program, it cannot be completed entirely online. However, many of the general education courses can be completed online while legal specialty courses are completed on-campus.

To help simplify the task, we put together a list of our favorite picks. All of these schools have a presence in Georgia, but many offer their programs online. In making our selection, we only looked at programs that have gone through the rigorous ABA approval process and those offered through schools that are either nationally accredited or that hold accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the regional agency responsible for evaluating and accrediting colleges and universities in Georgia.

Students that gain entrance into the BA in Law and Society program can choose between three different tracks: Ashworth College is a private, for-profit college based out of Peachtree Corners. Despite its home base location, all paralegal programs are delivered exclusively online. This college caught our attention because it offers four different paralegal programs open to all incoming students. No educational prerequisites are needed to enroll. This program stands out because it is both accredited and recognized by the American Bar Association.

The college is also a member of the American Association for Paralegal Education. As an added perk, the program includes two 6-credit internship courses to introduce and improve upon practical skills.

Central Georgia Technical College is a 2-year public college that offers an associate paralegal program at its Macon and Warner Robins campus locations. There is entrance availability each semester, making this program very student-friendly. The program also equips paralegal students with crucial real-world experience through internships. Generally speaking, admission into the paralegal certificate program requires a bachelor degree.

Emory College is a 4-year private, for-profit university located in Atlanta, GA. The program shines as the longest-running post-baccalaureate paralegal program in the state and runs over course hours in length. Along with traditional coursework, students accepted into the program are treated to two complimentary seminars. Georgia Northwestern Technical College is a 2-year public college with campuses spread throughout: Its associate degree program runs 69 credit hours in length and includes an internship component.

Although the paralegal program is classroom-based, students also use online teaching tools. We took special notice of this school because it supports the standards outlined by the Technical College System of Georgia Instructional Faculty Consortium Committee. The program runs credits in length and is greatly enhanced by its externship experience.

The program consists of credits. The Diploma in Paralegal Studies program is housed at both the Lilburn and Raleigh campuses and includes credits. Herzing University is a 4-year private, for-profit university with a campus located in Atlanta, GA. The excellence of both programs have gained the attention and approval of the Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission.

As an added bonus, students graduating from either program are eligible to sit for the certified paralegal examination through the National Association of Legal Assistants. The BA program requires credits and typically takes 36 months to complete.

The AS program requires 66 credits and typically takes 20 months to complete. Kennesaw State University is a 4-year public university with an undergraduate paralegal certificate program available at its Marietta and Kennesaw, GA campuses.

This school is perfect for students intending to work in the state, because this program highlights instruction in Georgia law. The associate program is available on all Georgia campuses and is especially ideal for students looking for a hybrid education structure.

Coursework is a combination of online video, audio, and interactive discussion activities and is accentuated with weekly campus training events.

The program can be completed within 18 months and culminates with an externship through local businesses. Savannah Technical College is a 2-year public college with an AAS in paralegal studies program available at its Liberty and Savannah campuses. The program is 69 credit hours in length. While enrolled, students can fine-tune their newfound skills through internship opportunities that could potentially connect them to future employers.

South University is a 4-year private, for-profit university with an associate paralegal program that requires 92 credits to graduate and typically takes 24 months to complete. For added flexibility and ease, the program offers online courses alongside traditional classroom-based learning.

Another program advantage is the supervised externship that professionally links students to federal government agencies, local law firms or other applicable business settings. University of Georgia is a 4-year public university that offers a paralegal certificate program either through classroom-based education on their Gwinnett campus or via online completion. The campus-based program is 84 credit hours in length, while the online version is 90 credit hours long. Online attendees will interact with staff and classmates digitally through virtual discussion boards and email exchanges.

Paralegal Studies Certificate —Campus post-baccalaureate, post-associate. University of North Georgia is a 4-year public university with three stellar paralegal programs available at its Gainesville campus location. While extensively researching the best paralegal programs in Hawaii, we made a startling discovery: We thought it extremely important to zero in on schools that offered paralegal programs that were well respected and recognized by a well-known accreditation agency, like the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges.

By doing so, we could ensure paralegal students received the kind of high quality instruction needed to eventually gain professional certifications, land that dream job, and be taken more seriously in the legal world. Both featured programs are accredited and are approved by the American Bar Association, which are among the highest honors an educational program can achieve. It is also a branch of the University of Hawaii school system. The AS program in paralegal studies is comprised of 20 courses and is 60 credits in length.

The program also includes a capstone portion in which students participate in a cooperative education course to gain experience while earning credits.

This program is perfect for students searching for both full-time and part-time attendance options. The program runs 27 credits in length. Would-be paralegals need to put some serious thought into the quality and comprehensiveness of the program they choose. Right now there are literally thousands of paralegal programs popping up across the United States. With almost too many options to choose from, what should be an exciting career adventure can quickly turn into stressful decision.

Every single paralegal program on our list hails from schools accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges for offering a quality education. We also zeroed in on schools and programs that showed dedicated interest in delivering hands-on training through internship opportunities. These featured programs are not just a great jumping off place for new students but are equally advantageous for experienced professionals seeking an exciting career change. The program runs 24 credits in length and includes a stimulating paralegal internship component.

Idaho State University is a 4-year public university where students can earn an associate or bachelor degree in paralegal studies through its Pocatello campus. The AAS program is a 62 credit program that typically takes 2 years to complete. During their last semester, students get the chance to test skills and knowledge by partaking in an internship. Once admitted into the BAS program, students have two track options: The general BAS degree option consists of credit over a 4-year period.

The BAS degree with declared major option is credits including 18 upper division course credits. Lewis-Clark State college is a 4-year public college that offers paralegal education at the certificate, associate, and bachelor degree levels. Students in the AAS program must complete 89 credits, while those in the BAS program are required to complete credits to graduate. North Idaho College is a 2-year public college that features an associate degree program that stretches credits in length.

Students lucky enough to gain admittance into this program will undoubtedly benefit from its internship portion. Recent high school graduates, career-changers, and second-income seekers alike flock to Illinois with dreams of bursting into the booming paralegal career field.

Chicago is one of the biggest cities in the entire country, catering to millions of people residing within and spreading far beyond its city limits. This competitive atmosphere serves aspiring paralegals tremendously since it opens up a seemingly infinite number of diploma, certificate, and degrees options in legal studies.

But this wide-range of paralegal programs also poses a challenge. With so many schools and programs to choose from, how can anyone find the perfect fit? We understand that post-secondary education decisions are often met with an equal measure of excitement and anxiety. But fear no more. Our team has tirelessly researched which post-secondary schools host the very best paralegal programs in the state. Wilbur Wright College is a 2-year public community college that is part of the larger City Colleges of Chicago school system.

Its well-respected AAS in Paralegal program is composed of 63 credit hours and comes equipped with an internship loaded with practical hands-on-training. The program also grooms students for future paralegal work by making them familiar using online legal research services.

Students are also introduced to potential employers during their required internship. For added flexibility, the program comes with full-time and part-time scheduling options. College of DuPage is a 2-year public college located in Glen Ellyn that features both an associate degree and a certificate program in paralegal studies. To facilitate seamless progress, the programs offer daytime, evening, and online learning options. The AAS program requires 67 credit hours to graduate.

The post-degree certificate program is exclusively available to students that have already completed an AA or AS degree or higher. This program is 27 credit hours in length.

Both programs include a terrific practicum unit where students perform an extensive hours working as paralegal interns at local law offices.

College of Lake County is a 2-year public community college. Right now, it offers an associate degree and a post-degree certificate paralegal program at all three of its campuses: Grayslake, Waukegan, and Vernon Hills. The AAS program spans 63 credit hours, while the certificate program is 30 credit hours.

Students interested in continuing their education to the bachelor level will be especially pleased to find that College of Lake County has an articulation agreement for bachelor degree completion programs at: Certificate in Paralegal Studies —Campus post-associate, post-baccalaureate.

Elgin Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school that sponsors an associate degree and a basic vocational certificate BVC in paralegal studies.

The AAS program requires 60 credit hours, while the certificate program mandates 24 credit hours. Both programs include an hour internship during its last semester.

We were immediately drawn to these programs because all courses are taught by experienced paralegals, attorneys, and judges. Illinois Central College is a 2-year public community college campus based in East Peoria. This college is a terrific fit for students interested in earning a post-degree paralegal certificate. The paralegal certificate program is structured around 37 credit hours and includes an internship.

Since the college deems internships to be a critical learning tool, students are provided assistance in finding local law offices interested in hosting an intern. Wabash Valley College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school located in Mount Carmel. It is one of four schools within the Illinois Eastern Community Colleges system and currently offers an associate degree program in paralegal studies. The AAS program consists of 70 credits and requires participation in an internship during its last semester.

Illinois State University is a 4-year public university situated in the Bloomington-Normal community. It also has the distinguished reputation of being the oldest university in the state.

The university currently offers BA and BS in legal studies degree options, which require credit hours to complete.

Kankakee Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school that offers an associate-level paralegal degree.

The AAS program is comprised of 64 credit hours and uses a combination of traditional classroom instruction with on-campus workshops and paralegal internships to keep students absorbed in the learning process. Certificate in Legal Office Personnel —Campus undergraduate, pre-degree. Kaskaskia College is a 2-year public community college located in Centralia. It presently offers an undergraduate certificate in legal office personnel that runs 34 credit hours in length. This program is a quick and easy way for students to qualify for jobs as legal secretaries.

Lake Land College is a 2-year public community college based in Mattoon. Aspiring paralegals that enroll in this program will greatly benefit from courses in legal terminology and the introduction to criminal justice. The program culminates in an office assistant internship along with an office professional seminar.

It boasts an associate degree and an undergraduate certificate in paralegal studies programs. The AAS program offers 66 credit hours of classroom-based learning and an internship position paid or unpaid working for licensed attorneys. The certificate program is only 33 credit hours in total. Lewis University is a 4-year private, for-profit university located in Romeoville. It offers a bachelor degree and minor in paralegal studies program. The minor in paralegal studies program takes 21 credit hours to complete and includes practical training.

Both BA degree formats contain credit hours. Lincoln Land Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school in Springfield that offers two different paralegal certificate programs.

Both are undergraduate, pre-degree programs that are offered exclusively online. The paralegal certificate program requires no previous college education to qualify for admission. The online learning format features curriculum that involves legal document writing assignments, homework obligations, and required quizzes.

The advanced paralegal certificate program is basically an extension of the standard paralegal certificate program. Therefore, only students that graduate from the standard program become eligible for the advanced program.

The online learning structure primarily centers around online forums, email correspondence, and digital examinations. The program runs credit hours in length and allows students to simultaneously earn a specialized certificate in civil litigation, a unique feature rarely seen in other programs. Only students that possess an AAS in paralegal studies degree or who have completed a minimum of 15 credit hours in paralegal-specific coursework is eligible for this program.

Once enrolled, students are given the luxury of a blended curriculum which includes online, evening, and weekend scheduling options. At its height, the program requires students to participate in an unpaid internship lasting at least hours through preselected law firms, government agencies, and corporate law departments. MacCormac College is a 2-year private, not-for-profit college located in Chicago. Its AAS degree option is the oldest 2-year paralegal studies program in the state.

The AAS in paralegal studies program consists of 62 credit hours and is well suited for students searching for small class sizes, supervised internship opportunities, and who prefer instructors that are all licensed, practicing attorneys.

Paralegal Studies Certificate —Campus post-associate, post-baccalaureate. The school is home to an associate degree and post-degree certificate in paralegal studies. These paralegal programs are definitely a godsend to any students hoping to work locally upon graduation.

Both curriculum plans are specifically designed with a focus on the paralegal markets of Chicagoland and McHenry. Along with classroom-based learning, students are also outfitted with practical internships. The AAS degree program includes 60 credit hours, while the certificate program requires 27 credit hours to complete. Only students that already hold a college degree may apply for the certificate program. Midstate College is a 4-year private, for-profit college located in Peoria. Students enrolled in the AAS program are required to complete 92 credit hours.

It is also the second-largest community college in the state. The certificate in legal office assistant program extends for 40 credit hours over 18 months.

Students that intend on paralegal careers will surely benefit from courses in business law, legal documents and terminology. Oakton Community College is a 2-year public, secondary school with an associate degree in paralegal studies program located at its Des Plaines campus location.

The AAS program consists of 60 credit hours, while the certificate program has 24 credit hours. Both programs welcome students to fine-tune their learned skills through practicum courses that combine internship experiences with weekly seminars. Richland Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school located in Decatur that features one of the few accredited paralegal programs on our list that is available completely online. The online certificate in paralegal studies consists of only 5 courses dedicated to research, jurisprudence, litigation, management, and more.

This program runs for months and is open to anyone with a high school diploma or GED. The AAS in paralegal program requires 92 credit hours in total. Its curriculum is centered around classroom-based learning that is accentuated by hands-on practical assignments lead by professional paralegals. Rockford Career College is a 2-year private, for-profit career college that offers an associate degree and a diploma program in paralegal studies.

Both programs are only available through online learning and require significant out-of-class assignments. The paralegal diploma program is 10 months in length. To spice up online curriculum content, the program asks students to perform mock depositions and participate in an externship position with area law offices.

The AAS is paralegal studies program is only open to students that already hold a diploma in paralegal studies or equivalent and can be completed in 7 months. Roosevelt University is a 4-year private, not-for-profit university with a bachelor degree and post-baccalaureate certificate program in paralegal studies at its Chicago and Schaumburg campus locations.

The BA program consists of credit hours. The curriculum presents a heavy emphasis on civil litigation and delivers hands-on training in litigation software and e-discovery applications.

An internship component is also an integrated feature of the program. The paralegal certificate program is comprised of 24 credit hours and emphasizes civil litigation. Its also involves internship opportunities with government agencies and legal entities such as: Southeastern Illinois College is a 2-year public, community college situated in Harrisburg.

Its AA in paralegal assistant program consists of 62 credit hours to graduate and provides relevant courses in career-related topics such as medical terminology and business law. Southern Illinois University-Carbondale is a 4-year public university located in Carbondale. Its BS in paralegal studies program has been around for over 30 years and only hires licensed attorneys as instructors.

The program is made up of credit hours along with a hour internship portion. Although the curriculum is classroom-based, there are certain courses that students can complete online or through distance learning formats.

Students exercise practical training skills through a hour internship experience. Although most courses are taught on-campus during night hours, some classes can be completed online or via distance learning. University of Illinois—Springfield is a 4-year public university that is one of three campuses within the University of Illinois school system.

Students may also enhance their curriculum by participating in internships and clinical education experiences to earn credits. The BA program is only taught through classroom-based instruction or a blended learning format, and requires the completion of an internship.

Students that achieve a high GPA throughout the program will also be awarded a legal assistant certificate upon graduation. The AAS program consists of 63 credit hours taken over 4 semesters. The certificate program includes 24 credit hours and only takes a year to complete.

You wake up extra early that morning with butterflies fluttering excitedly in your stomach. Instead of your same old attire, you wear that new outfit you bought just for this occasion. As you grab breakfast, fill your backpack with unfamiliar books, and head for the front door, you think: Today is a big day.

And you are right. The first day of school has always been this milestone event marking the starting point of a new chapter in life. This is particularly true of your college experience. Setting the educational groundwork for your career is no easy feat. In fact, it can very well dictate how successful that career turns out to be—just ask anyone returning to college to qualify for a better job or change professions. But before you start that first day of school, you must go through the not-so-fun school selection process.

Anderson University is a 4-year private, non-for-profit, Christian college with strong ties to the Church of God. Its legal studies minor program requires 15 credit hours of coursework, which includes 3 hours working in a legal internship. Ball State University is a 4-year public university located in Muncie. The BS in Legal Studies—Business option is 69 credit hours with many courses devoted to topics in accounting, economics, and finance.

The BS in Legal Studies—Public Law option also consists of 69 credit hours but more heavily emphasizes aspects of government, public policy, and politics.

Indiana State University is a 4-year public university based in Terre Haute. Students enrolled here enjoy customized course schedules, visits to the US Supreme Court and the Indiana Court of Appeals, small- to medium-sized classrooms, award-winning instructors, study abroad and internship opportunities, and participation in massive research projects. International Business College-Indianapolis is a 2-year private, for-profit college that offers an associate degree in paralegal studies.

The program strings together 63 credit hours including real-world practical training during its 8-week legal externship segment. Full-time students can expect to complete the program in just 16 months. And since the college believes in the power of one-on-one instruction, courses are offered in small class settings. Ivy Tech Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school based in Indianapolis with satellite campuses throughout the state. Both the campus-based and online AAS programs cover 60 credit hours and include an internship elective course option.

Students lucky enough to attend Ivy Tech gain access to faculty members that are also practicing attorneys and judges. They also gain professional insight through mock classroom simulations and by hosting the Indiana Court of Appeals.

Students that opt for the online AAS degree program will receive curriculum via online and video formats. Marian University is a 4-year private, not-for-profit, Roman Catholic university located in Indianapolis that houses online associate degree and certificate programs in paralegal studies. The undergraduate certificate program consists of 29 credit hours, while the AS program is 66 credit hours. Although both programs are online-based, students are asked to plunge head-first into an internship position as a curriculum requirement.

Purdue University Global is a 4-year private, for-profit university that offers a post-baccalaureate certificate program through its Indianapolis campus. The exclusively online certificate program requires 36 credit hours to complete. The program is also taught entirely by legal practitioners.

Its paralegal program is a member of the American Association for Paralegal Education AAfPE and currently awards a bachelor degree, an associate degree, and a certificate of completion. The BS program is credit hours in length and allows students to choose a specialty track in either litigation or personal law. The AS program demands 41 credit hours that supplements engaging online learning with applied practical experience. The certificate program requires 32 credit hours and is only available to students that have already obtained a baccalaureate degree.

All three programs include a legal practicum unit, which cannot be completed online. Instead, students are compelled to land an internship position working with an attorney or in a law-related office setting for a total of hours.

University of Southern Indiana is a 4-year public university based in Evansville that offers a legal studies minor program for students to quickly get their foot in the door of the paralegal profession. This program is comprised of only 21 credit hours with courses in economics, political science, and criminal justice.

Students are also encouraged to complete a legislative- or political science-related internship to enhance classroom learning. Vincennes University is a 4-year public university. Did we mention it is the oldest college in Indiana? Students that enroll in the AS program must earn 60 credit hours to graduate. Those anxious to begin working in real-life paralegal capacities can take law-related internship positions and receive school credit. In fact, many people become paralyzed with anxiety even thinking about becoming another nameless, faceless student in an ever-expanding sea of classmates.

This may ring especially true for aspiring paralegals that understand more personalized instruction could very well equate to a richer educational experience. Does this sound like you? Unlike most states, all of the paralegal programs on our recommendation list are offered through community colleges in Iowa. This means that in just two years, paralegal students attending these programs are fully prepared to either promptly enter the workforce or smoothly transition into a 4-year degree track.

Some of these schools even offer online paralegal degree and certificate options. And to make sure we only show you the cream of the crop, all paralegal programs on our list are accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Higher Learning Commission.

Des Moines Area Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school located in Ankeny that offers an associate degree and a post-degree certificate program for paralegals. Both programs happily allow students to start at the beginning of any semester. Students enrolled in either program are treated to an internship experience that includes hours working in a private law office, government agency or private business that hires attorneys. The AAS program requires the completion of 64 credits hours, while the certificate program only requires 26 credit hours.

Only students that already hold a bachelor, AA or AS degree are eligible to apply for the certificate program. Hawkeye Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school based in Waterloo with a great legal office assistant associate degree program. The legal office assistant program requires 63 credit hours and includes insightful law-based courses such as legal document processing, business law, legal office concepts and procedures, introduction to criminal justice, and legal terminology.

A hour business internship is likewise included. This AAS program stands out because of its enthusiasm for practical experience.

Not only do students get the unique opportunity to work on actual cases with the Innocence Project of Iowa, but they also earn credits through an approved internship. The program consists of 70 credit hours that are primarily taught in small classroom settings.

However, a few select courses are available through online learning. Iowa Western Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school situated in Council Bluffs that offers an online-based associate degree in paralegal studies. The mandatory 3-hour experiential internship places students in a law office for the kind of real-world experience employers love to see on a resume.

The program features an average class size of 18 students and graciously accommodates both full-time and part-time schedules. Kirkwood Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school located in Cedar Rapids.

To accentuate the internship experience, students engage in spirited monthly seminars to discuss and reflect upon its career significance.

Marshalltown Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school with a satellite campus at Iowa Valley Grinnell. Xavier's school for gifted children is one of the best schools in our area. To be truthful, I really wasn't sure what all of the hype was about.

The most gifted thing about most of the brats that attended the school was the fact that their parents had the gift of being able to afford to send them there. Anyway, we lived in the suburbs that were pretty far removed from the inner city. The school was located downtown near the river front. It was a long bus ride of about forty minutes for the kids every morning.

I always offered to drive them but they loved being on the bus with their friends. As spring had finally sprung, the grass was getting greener and the days were getting sunnier. We'd also had a lot of rain and a few thunder storms. That morning I'd decided to go and try shopping at the new farmer's market they'd set up near the river front.

I had visions of buying fresher fruits and veggies and paying far more reasonable prices for them. Of course that wasn't what happened. I got down there and was victimized by a group of yuppies who'd all bought farms and retired because they couldn't handle the stress of the rat race. They all swore that they were growing pure organic fruits and veggies that had never been sprayed with pesticides or any type of chemicals and therefore were far healthier for my family.

It sounded good when they said it. And when they described how they had lovingly pampered each and every single apple through each and every day of its growth, I was sold. The problem came when I discovered that these fruitcakes had actually given every fucking piece of fruit a name and treated them like family members.

That also meant that there was simply no way they could let them go for anything less than five dollars per apple. So I ended up not buying nearly as much fruit as I'd thought. I later also found out that pure organically grown fruit doesn't have any preservatives, so it goes bad a lot faster. And when I say a lot faster, I mean a lot faster. Those beautiful apples with names went bad overnight. I also read a report on a study from independent farmers that proved that organically grown fruit is actually no healthier for you than any other fruit.

But back to the story, I was there in the market trying to arrange financing for a package of strawberries when the sky started to go dark. I could tell it was going to rain and soon. Some of the farmers were loading their produce and then their kids, in that order, into their trucks. I grabbed my bags and put them in the back of my SUV.

I decided that it might be smart to get home too. I'd been planning on stopping off at the kids' school, but decided to let that wait for another day. Almost as soon as I got into my truck the wind started howling and blowing things over. I smiled and thought about how lucky I was that I'd left when I did. As I took off down the road headed for home I was glad to be in my giant truck.

It was a gas guzzler but it was very durable and very stable. Before I even got on the road the rain was coming down in sheets and the winds were stronger than anything I remembered driving in. I decided to get on the freeway to get out of town and there were police cars with sirens blaring almost everywhere I looked. Listeners are advised to seek shelter immediately I needed to get home ASAP. Before I'd driven even a mile the water on the ground was rising.

I smiled again because my truck has huge ground clearance. Too bad for those people in their tiny sports cars, it sucks to be them. Many of them had to drive around seeking alternate routes as the level of the water swiftly rose. I tried to go down a ramp onto the freeway but the cars were backed up and not moving. I saw a siren as a cop on a motorcycle slowly drove by and told us to get off of the ramp and seek shelter because they were closing down the freeway due to flooding.

I put the truck in reverse and that was when I started to worry. If I had to drive all the way home via the surface streets, it would take me a lot longer. Shit, my lawn furniture would be gone. It would probably be destroyed or simply blown away by the heavy winds. I started driving through the city as slowly as I could.

I looked out for trouble and found it often. Things seemed to be getting worse by the moment. The winds were howling so loudly that I could hear them through my closed windows. My SUV's high profile wasn't making things any easier either. I could feel the truck threatening to blow over at regular intervals. There were also a couple of times that I saw trees blowing down and one of them blocked the road I was on and caused me to have to backtrack a couple of blocks.

The man on the radio was absolutely no help. He scared me more than the weather did. He made it seem as though the end of the world was occurring at that moment. A crash of thunder, so loud that I thought my head would split open, rent the air. I saw lightning strike a power pole off to my side and wires were down and crackling. Before I knew it I was trapped in the car with no way to move either forward or back. To the front the downed power pole blocked my way.

To the rear the live wires which could possible electrocute me. I rolled down my window to try to see behind me. The rain poured into the window soaking me. I looked behind the truck and could see the wires crackling. I got out of my truck and heard a scream. At the same time I heard a cracking sound. Instinct took over and I just ran blindly.

The shout, coupled with long forgotten genetic memory and my blind dash probably saved my life. The loud cracking that I heard was the sound of another tree coming down and it landed squarely on the roof of my truck. If I had hesitated, you'd be reading my obituary now instead of this story. The wind was blowing so hard I could barely stand against it and my clothes were soaked to the skin.

There was a man who looked vaguely familiar to me standing just inside of a building that looked like it had seen better times. But it did have a heavy metal door and it was made of concrete. I headed towards the building as fast as my legs could carry me, which with the winds I was fighting wasn't very fast. As I got near the building, yet another tree came down near where the lump of twisted metal I used to call my truck stood. The man grabbed my arm and pulled me inside of the building where thankfully it was dry.

The building turned out to be an outdoor storage unit for a construction and landscaping company. There were four other men huddled inside of the building. One of them was in his early twenties and another had to be at least sixty. They were all shaking their heads and talking about how terrible the storm was. They had a small radio and were getting disaster reports and weather reports. It turned out that the storm system that had moved into our area had produced several tornados already and the national weather service was asking that everyone remain indoors for the next three hours.

Even as that registered some large object blown by the wind crashed into the side of the building. All of the lights went out. Two smaller dim bulbs that were anchored to the wall came on. I looked at him and nodded.

You have two children; a boy and a girl. Your son's name is Kyle and he wants to be a baseball player. Your daughter's name is Wendy. You don't live in the city, but your kids go to Xavier's The twins, Melinda and Belinda are my daughters," he smiled. I recognized him then and felt more at ease. The last time that you and I laid eyes on each other was at the PTA meeting about extending the school day. You were totally for it and I was totally against it.

You and I ended up having a shouting match across the floor and they had to silence us. After the meeting we saw each other from a distance and you called me an insufferable asshole.

I heard you and called you a bitch. Just as I took his hand there was another huge crash as something large and heavy hit the side of the building again. All of the men started running around the storage building moving things and dragging them against the doors. Just when they finished doing that the glass in the one small window in the building shattered.

They got a heavy cabinet and pushed it in front of the hole. There's this weird thing about men. Even when they're scared shitless they try not to show it. Some of the men had gathered around one of the two emergency lights and were playing cards while all hell broke loose around us.

I didn't understand how they could concentrate to play a game while the building we were in could be destroyed at any second. He wrapped his arm around me and hugged me. Just as I started to tell him how good that felt, something else crashed into the building and this one hit with much more force. It actually cracked the cement in the rear of the building. We could tell because you could see a splinter of light through the crack that hadn't been there before.

I grabbed Steve like he was a life preserver. The storm's intensity was rising outside. He had dropped his arms but I was still holding him like there was no tomorrow.

The other men were paying us no attention. Steve pulled us into a shadowed corner. Another huge crash hit the side of the building and I pushed myself even more firmly against him. My breasts are fairly sizable and they were pancaked against his chest. He tried to back up but I grabbed him and wouldn't let go.

This one was closer to us. I don't think the guys that were playing cards could see us. They looked in our direction and then back at the cards. I noticed then that Steve had an erection from our close quarters and I knew that I probably should have moved away from him right then.

But my fear of death and the storm made me forget about anything other than my own comfort. And Steve, bastard that he was, knew what was going on, so he took full advantage of it. He started pressing his erection directly where it would do the most good. Before I knew it he was dry humping me. The arms that had previously hugged me, as a gesture of humanity, slid down my back and cupped my ass cheeks, pulling me into his now rampant dick.

But somehow the smirk on his face made it seem far more sinister. I don't know when he did it but he had lifted my skirt and was rubbing the bare skin of my ass. My panties were soaking wet. He moved a few inches away from me just as another crash hit the side of the building and I tried to yank myself back against him. That was another time that the screaming in my head told me to move away.

But my fear, mixed with the boredom in my life screamed just as loudly. Steve had shed his underwear as well as his pants. His dick was so engorged that it looked angry. It was probably no longer than my husband's dick and definitely not as thick. But it was a different dick. And it was attached to a different man, so that made it exciting. I knew what was going to happen and I let it. As he eased himself back against me, I leaned back against the wall and removed my sopping wet panties.

I dropped them in the corner as he wrapped his arms back against me. He leaned in and nuzzled my neck while pushing his naked dick against my slit. My pussy was so hot and so wet that it was bubbling over.

He tried to kiss me then but I twisted my head away. Somehow, I had subconsciously, decided that letting him fuck me was okay but kissing me was out of the realm of possibility. His mouth took a firmer set then. It was like my refusal to kiss him had insulted him somehow, or turned what he'd taken as a romantic moment and turned it into just a fuck. It didn't bother me because that was the way I had viewed it from the start. He lined himself up and pressed forward. His dick sliced into me but the angle was wrong and it came out.

It didn't hurt or anything it just felt strange. I think that should have told me something, but a wet pussy just wants to be filled. I canted my hips back and lifted one leg to give him a better angle. He held the leg I lifted and then slid home.

One he got inside of me he started thrusting himself in and out. We just looked at each other as we grunted our way through it. We were having sex. I knew that of we continued for a few more minutes I'd have an orgasm, but it just felt empty.

It was thrilling, it was exciting, but I really believe that all of those feelings came from the fact that what we were doing was wrong. He knew it and I knew it. It was that whole stolen fruit is sweeter thing. Then I turned my head and noticed that all of the other men, all four of them were watching us.

That, more than anything Steve was doing, made everything hotter. Involuntarily, I grabbed his ass and urged him to pump me harder and faster. My squeals of pleasure came out naturally. Not because the sex was good, but because as I've mentioned before, I'd been kind of a slut before meeting Dave. And the thought of having sex with a man I wasn't married to, while four other men watched, turned me on big time.

They started to come closer even as the storm outside grew in intensity. The next thing I knew they were all around us. One man, one of the older men, reached out and squeezed one of my breasts.

He started tweaking the nipple and then lowered his head and sucked it. His rough tongue drove me wild. Another man grabbed the other breast and squeezed it. Even as he declared his intention, Steve stiffened and let out a yell as he let he sperm go, deep inside of my pussy. The other man a shorter, fatter man had already undressed.

He pushed me down onto my back and pushed my legs apart. The next thing I knew he was fucking me on the dirty bare concrete floor of the storage building and I was letting him.

Even in my days as a college slut, I had never had more than one man at a time, so I was going out of my mind with lust and excitement. Guy number two didn't last very long. My back was sore from him pounding me into the floor. But I was in such shock at the nastiness of what I'd done that I didn't care.

The old man pulled me up and got me on my knees. He positioned himself behind me and pushed his small thin dick into me doggy style. For an old guy with a small dick he was energetic and he had me going. I was sure that if he kept it up I was going to cum again. As he sawed in and out of me he started to tease my asshole with his fingers.

I had never been much for anal. Dave and I had done it a few times over the ten years that we'd been together but it had never been something that either of us was really into. But as the old man sawed his magical dick in and out of me, I stopped caring about the finger trying to get into my ass.

Then when I was on the verge of that orgasm his finger pushed itself past my anal sphincter in one quick movement. A wave of pleasure so intense that I almost blacked out flashed across my nervous system. He kept on driving his dick in my wet hole and that finger up my ass and I was powerless. I started pushing my ass back against both of his appendages, I just wanted to cum badly. But before I could reach my climax, the old man failed me. He pulled out and sprayed his thin sperm across my back.

The next guy flipped me back over and started fucking me again. I didn't care who it was or what he did to me I just wanted to cum. This guy was the biggest one of them and he just pounded me like a piece of meat.

Strangely it didn't get me off, it just hurt. As he pounded me someone stuck a dick in my face and pressed it against my lips until I opened them. The dick was moist and smelled awful and I realized that it was one of the guys that I'd already fucked.

I was sucking a mixture of spent sperm and pussy juice and sweat off of it. The guy pounding me got off of me and I was glad.

The old guy was pulling his pants up but Steve and another guy were grabbing my arms. The short fat guy got down on the floor on his back and Steve guided me down onto him. That was much better. This way I could control things or so I thought. Steve pushed me forward and then got behind me.

He eased his dick into my open asshole as the other guy fucked my pussy. I think my eyes rolled back in my head. The two of them worked into some kind of rhythm that had my pussy throbbing and me screaming out in pleasure. The big guy stuck his dick in my mouth and just grabbed the sides of my head and fucked my face like it was a pussy. He didn't last very long. When he got off of me he slapped me on my ass so hard I was sure he'd leave a mark. As I looked over at him I realized that the last guy in the room.

The younger one had never touched me. He was still some distance away staring at me wide eyed as he recorded what was going on with his phone. The old guy had gotten dressed. He opened the door and we noticed that it had stopped raining. The storm was over. The old guy waved and went outside leaving the door open. The big guy left too, but he didn't even bother to wave. The short fat guy was still fucking me. He reached up and squeezed both of my breasts together.

Then he pulled me down and he tried to kiss me too. I was horrified at what I'd just done. Even if no one ever found out about it, I couldn't believe what I had done. The next thing I knew a jet of warm fluid dribbled into my pussy.

The man under me just pushed me off of him and started getting dressed. He didn't bother speaking to me. I suddenly realized that to all of these men I was just a whore.

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