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The typical entry-level paralegal holds…. In the s, legal secretaries, legal assistants and other clerical workers in law offices often received on-the-job training that moved them into positions with a greater level of responsibility and specialized legal knowledge, establishing and defining what would come to be known as the paralegal profession. Often those selected for these positions have relevant education or experience in another field.

For example, a person with a degree in environmental studies might find a willing mentor in a lawyer who specializes in environmental law. Now, with the paralegal profession firmly established and the role expanding to include tasks that were once considered the exclusive domain of attorneys, formal education is a standard prerequisite for beginning a career as a paralegal and professional experience of some kind is a major plus.

In fact, it is so common for people to transition from another profession and build off of an existing undergraduate education, that post-degree certificates in paralegal studies are among the most popular and widely available options for people entering the field. In most metro areas where major law firms have offices, entry-level paralegal jobs are competitive.

You need to think of your education not only as something that will prepare you with a working knowledge of legal processes and the judicial system, but something that will give you an edge over other candidates competing for the same position. For those already working in the field, advanced education can be a pathway to greater responsibility, more opportunities, and, of course, better pay.

Successful law offices know the value of a good paralegal and often cover the cost of earning an advanced degree or specialty certification as part of an overall compensation package. There are currently over programs offering certificates and degrees in paralegal studies in the United States. These programs vary greatly in cost, length, course requirements, semester hours and format. Online-only programs, traditional classroom programs and hybrids of the two are available through community colleges, state schools and private universities and colleges alike.

The American Bar Association ABA offers an elective approval process for paralegal programs that choose to participate in a voluntary review, while the American Association for Paralegal Education AAfPE maintains a list of member schools that offer programs in paralegal studies. Selecting a program approved by the ABA or that meets the criteria for membership with the AAfPE comes with the assurance that the program meets high standards.

In fact, programs that have gone through the voluntary approval process represent only a small portion of the many options available. Verifying institutional accreditation is still the primary way of making sure you select a quality program. Accreditation is the process by which an independent accrediting agency recognized by the US Department of Education DOE and the Council of Higher Education Accreditation CHEA reviews an institution and confirms that it meets high standards in terms of completion rates, job placement, and student loan repayment, among several other criteria.

Accreditation provided by three primary types of accrediting agencies — state, regional and national:. Still, in some cases schools that have received accreditation through a state agency may be better recognized by law firms and other employers working within that state:. As every major public and private university, state school, and community college has embraced online learning as a way to ensure everybody has access to an affordable, high quality college education, just about every prospective student now includes online options on the list of programs they consider.

Campus-based programs with programmatic accreditation through the American Bar Association are also available, however ABA-approved programs are not available online. The very first thing to look for in making a selection is a basic measure of the quality of the school, and the programs that school offers. Many more programs are available online through colleges and universities in other states, but this represents the full list of ABA-approved programs, and regionally and nationally accredited schools that call Alabama home.

Auburn University is a 4-year public university located in Auburn, with an additional satellite campus in Montgomery. Paralegal Outreach Certificate — On Campus undergraduate, pre-degree certificate for high school graduates. We love this program for its convenient course schedule and minimal admission requirements.

The Paralegal Outreach Certificate program at Auburn can be completed over 12 sessions at the Auburn campus delivered on Sundays from 9 a. The only requirement for this program is a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Whether you want to follow the general legal studies track or study judicial administration, you can broaden your field of study while still maintaining your focus on a paralegal career. What really stands out to us about this program is the inclusion of Alabama circuit court judges and federal bankruptcy trustees as faculty of the paralegal program at Calhoun.

Students at Calhoun also have the option of participating in an internship. Students are required to clock hours of work in a paralegal capacity within a local law office or government organization. The internship is completely elective; students can choose to take an additional course in either commercial law or bankruptcy and collections in lieu of the internship.

What stood out to us about this program is the convenience of courses. In fact, both general education and core curriculum courses can be taken online and on-campus. The program also offers an internship at a local law office or other organization in the final semester of the program. The paralegal certificate program at Columbia Southern is offered via the Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts MyCAA program, which is a government-funded scholarship program for military spouses.

What we really like about this program is that it can be done entirely online and finished in as little as 9 months, though complete online access to the program is available for 24 months. Students also have the option of participating in an externship program, where the university places the student in a local law organization to work in a paralegal role.

We selected this program because of the convenience it offers to service members interested in furthering their education. GEM is based on a partnership between the CCAF and accredited schools in the area and gives service members the ability to access courses online. The associate degree option takes about 2 years to complete and is approved by the American Bar Association. The certificate option can be finished in less than a year, but students are required to take at least 18 general education credits before starting the paralegal certificate program.

General education prerequisite courses can be taken online, but core curriculum courses are campus-based. The internship consists of hours of practical experience in a legal setting. Faulkner University is a private Christian university. We love this program for the direct-study national certification preparation course that it offers.

It is required that at least 10 credit hours be completed in a traditional classroom environment, but the campus course schedule is very flexible with courses offered days, evenings, and weekends.

There is one really unique feature of this program that caught our attention, and that is that Gadsden State Community College is a qualified testing site for the Certified Legal Assistant CLA examination. As a perk, students who complete the paralegal program at Gadsden State receive a full review course and supplemental preparation materials for national certification testing at no cost.

Courses are offered online and on-campus, though at least 10 credit hours of legal specialty courses have to be taken on-campus. The certificate program at Samford is a post-degree program, meaning that students must currently hold either an associate or bachelor degree.

In addition, students are required to provide a letter of recommendation from an academic professor or employment supervisor, a current resume, and a personal essay. Students are then selected for an interview with the Director of Paralegal Studies. Samford does offer conveniently scheduled courses which can be taken online or in the evenings, or a combination of both.

South University is a 4-year academic institution with campuses spanning nine states, including one in Montgomery, Alabama. We love that this degree program encompasses a capstone externship course. The externship at South University gives students the opportunity to gain real-world experience doing things like preparing legal documents, interviewing witnesses, and working side-by-side with attorneys. South University places paralegal students in a variety of different legal environments, including law firms, real estate companies, and government agencies.

Students can complete most courses online, but at least 4 legal specialty courses have to be done on-campus. Campus schedules are convenient, though, with classes being offered in the evenings and on weekends. With several degree and certificate programs to choose from, trying to make the right choice can be a bit overwhelming.

But to keep thinks nicely organized, our picks for Alaska just highlight the regionally accredited schools with a campus presence. To make sure you have all the info you need to make an informed decision, we also included details about tuition and fees, as well as online and on-campus options. What we really like about this school is the fact that it offers a couple of undergraduate degree options, not to mention the advanced certificate options.

In fact, the AAS in paralegal studies is designed to work in conjunction with the BA in legal studies. This allows students to easily transfer core course credits between the associate program and the bachelor program. Not only does this make the transition between programs seamless, it also reduces the time it takes to complete the BA program.

The degree option is accredited but not ABA-approved. Courses are offered both online and on-campus, but most paralegal specialty courses must be taken on-campus.

Fresh out of high school and eager to begin your career as a paralegal? Already been holding it down and ruling the law firm with your paralegal mastery, but looking to take your career to the next level by specializing in a specific area of law? And, with such a large selection of options available, we understand that making that decision can be totally overwhelming.

Our selections are entirely based on the quality of the school and the programs they offer. A few of the programs below have even received approval from the American Bar Association, one of the highest acknowledgements a paralegal program can have. Each school below has a campus presence in Arizona, though many do offer exclusively online programs.

Brighton College is a distance learning institution with a home base in Scottsdale. Since , Brighton College has worked in joint partnership with the Paralegal Institute. Brighton got our attention because both the degree and certificate program are offered exclusively online.

Both programs have open enrollment, so you can register and start at any time throughout the year. And, the schedule is flexible and self-paced — you get up to 2 years to complete the degree program and up to 1 year to complete the certificate program.

As an added perk, the school offers a variety of flexible payment plans. Brookline College is a 4-year, private, for-profit institution with campuses in Phoenix, Tempe, and Tucson. What we love about the AS in Paralegal Studies through Brookline is that students can complete the program on-campus in Tucson, exclusively online, or a mix-up of both.

Both degree programs are available exclusively online. As an added perk, the cost of one Certified Paralegal CP exam attempt is included in the cost of tuition for the bachelor degree.

This degree option is somewhat different than the rest in that students get the opportunity to earn both a legal and administrative education. The Bachelor of Arts degree requires credits and can be done on-campus in Phoenix or completely online. Courses taken on-campus can be scheduled during the daytime or the evenings, but evening classes only meet once per week.

The AAS in Paralegal is a credit program, while the paralegal certificate is a credit program. Both the AAS in paralegal studies and the paralegal certificate can be completely entirely online. An internship is a core aspect of the curriculum in both the associate degree and the certificate programs.

During the internship, students spend a minimum of hours working in a legal environment, learning to apply what they learned in theory to real-world practice. The Master of Science in Legal Studies is a credit online degree program.

The program can be completed in as little as 12 months, though students attending part-time will need about three years. What stood out to us about this school is the two-week no-obligation free trial offered to all students. With this free trial, students get complete access to all course materials and interactive classrooms and can then decide for themselves, without obligation, if the program offered by NJU is a good fit.

The Associate of Paralegal Studies degree requires 60 credits for graduation and can be completed in as little as 15 months.

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Experience in medical renal pathology is a plus. Certification by the American Board of Pathology is required. The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine includes 30 full-time physicians and doctoral scientists, with 18 in the Anatomic Pathology Division. The Laboratories are centralized at Evanston Hospital and serve the entire NorthShore system which includes 4 hospitals beds and physicians. This is an excellent opportunity to provide quality patient care within a highly successful, expanding organization.

NorthShore University HealthSystem Medical Group is a physician-led, multi-specialty group with over physicians and growing. Qualified candidates should submit their CV to: The current surgical pathology volume is 32, with significant GI component. A generous compensation and benefits package including ample vacation time and CME funding is provided.

Peoria is an affordable, mid-sized city that is conveniently located less than 3 hours from Chicago, St. It served as the corporate headquarters of Caterpillar Inc. There are a number of excellent public and private schools, abundant recreational activities including symphony, theater, and minor league baseball and hockey teams, as well as a thriving restaurant and craft beer scene.

Interested candidates should submit a CV and cover letter to Central Illinois Pathology at centralillinoispathology gmail. Subspecialty training in GI is required for one of the openings in Peoria. These partnership track positions are immediately available and offer a competitive compensation and benefits package in a cooperative and collegial work environment. In addition to service work, many of our members also hold academic appointments and serve as volunteer faculty in the Department of Pathology at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria.

Peoria and the Quad Cities are located three to four hours from Chicago, St. Louis and Indianapolis and boast outstanding amenities including minor league baseball and hockey teams, symphonies, art museums, and large convention centers hosting major concerts and Broadway theater productions. Major area employers include Caterpillar, Inc. Our communities have excellent school systems, a low cost of living, very little traffic and international airports for easy travel. Qualified candidates please send your cover letter and CV to ebauermarsh ptpg.

The University of Illinois College of Medicine Rockford is seeking an innovative educator with energy and commitment to medical student education for a month, full-time Pathology faculty position. This position would start in the fall of Candidates will be responsible for developing and delivering teaching material on basic principles needed for the practice of clinical medicine in Pathology.

The selected individual will also have administrative responsibilities including coordination with other courses, generation of appropriate evaluation tools, and inter-campus collaborations. The successful candidate must be interested in curriculum development and integration with the clinical sciences; working collaboratively with like-minded and talented individuals across the University of Illinois College of Medicine campuses which include Rockford, Chicago and Peoria.

The University of Illinois College of Medicine is one of the largest medical schools in the United States and offers outstanding opportunities for development for its students, faculty and staff. The Rockford campus is located in a robust mid-size metropolitan area in northern Illinois, 90 miles west of Chicago. The city has minor league baseball and hockey, three botanical gardens, an art museum, theater, a revitalized downtown, several parks, and a river walk for walking, hiking, bicycling and cross-country skiing.

Public and several private school systems are available. For fullest consideration, please apply by July 31, Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, please visit https: Minimum qualifications include a terminal degree with human pathology expertise. Previous experience in teaching collegiate or medical school courses is required.

Faculty rank and salary are commensurate with the candidate's qualifications. The University of Illinois conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer of employment. Hematogenix is a rapidly growing specialty reference laboratory founded by physicians to help physicians. Our test menu reflects our commitment to utilizing the most advanced techniques to enhance patient care.

Visit our website for additional information www. Ideal candidates would have experience in diagnostic Pathology with any of the following subspecialties Hematopathology, Molecular Pathology, Surgical Pathology and Cytopathology. They must possess the ability to handle a significant volume of work in a fast-moving, dynamic environment and demonstrate the willingness to become an integral part of a diagnostic team by frequently assisting oncologists and various other clinician customers in identifying a patient's disease, determining prognostic outlook, and providing information to guide therapy.

Relationship building skills are highly desirable as our focus is in the personalized medical arena servicing clinicians treating various disorders with the most advanced molecular and cellular techniques available. Interest in coagulation is preferred but not required. We offer a highly competitive salary and benefits package. For immediate consideration interested applicants should send a CV and list of references to: Hematogenix is a drug-free, tobacco free workplace and an equal opportunity employer.

An experienced pathologist with strong general surgical pathology skills is preferred; however a qualified recent graduate will be considered. Specialty training or interest in GU pathology, dermatopathology, or molecular pathology would be a plus. Intraoperative gross, frozen section consultation, and rapid interpretation of FNA specimens are performed regularly. Our practice is located in Evansville, Indiana, home to two universities, as well as a regional campus for Indiana University School of Medicine with a strong medical community.

It is a mid-size city that offers many opportunities and activities with a wonderful park system, good schools private and public , and fine dining and entertainment including minor league baseball and hockey and is located within miles of Indianapolis, St.

Louis, Nashville, and Louisville. We provide an excellent benefit package. Our group presently includes six full-time pathologists, one part-time pathologist, and two pathologists' assistants. Please send CV and cover letter to resumes hbcmd. AmeriPath Indiana employs over 40 full and part-time general and subspecialty pathologists, providing full anatomic and clinical pathology services for multiple hospital systems, surgery centers and office based physicians in central Indiana.

Two-three years' experience is preferred but not required. The incumbent will provide medical consultative and interpretive support to Covance Central Laboratory Services globally, lead a team of MD Pathologists, and play a key role in supporting internal and external customers.

The position is open to pathologists with or without an interest in pursuing an academic career in pathology. The position is on the clinical track; academic rank is determined by qualifications and level of experience. Individuals with a subspecialty area of interest are encouraged to apply. The department resides in a dedicated laboratory building with first class facilities.

There is strong departmental support for translational research activities should the successful candidate wish to pursue excellence in a subspecialty area of interest. Indianapolis is a thriving Midwestern city with a vibrant downtown community, outstanding cultural and sports facilities, beautiful suburbs and a low cost of living. Applicants must also be qualified for licensure in the state of Indiana. Indiana University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.

This institution is also a provider of ADA services. The IUHPL, which is located in downtown Indianapolis, serves as a centralized anatomic and clinical pathology testing facility for numerous Indiana University Health hospitals, including 5 Indianapolis metropolitan hospitals, and clinics throughout the state of Indiana.

Overall, the IUHPL performs roughly 14 million diagnostic tests annually, and it is staffed by approximately 60 full-time pathologists and clinical scientists. Laboratory leadership are world-renowned experts in their respective disciplines who also serve as IU School of Medicine faculty.

The Division of Clinical Microbiology utilizes the latest in infectious disease diagnostics, including laboratory automation, and routinely evaluates emerging technologies in order to best serve our continually expanding patient base.

The high specimen volume and broad diversity of infectious diseases diagnosed by our laboratory lends to numerous educational opportunities. As such, the Division offers both an ACGME-accredited fellowship in medical microbiology and a CPEP-accredited post-doctoral fellowship in medical and public health laboratory microbiology.

Additionally, there are educational opportunities offered by our pathology residency, clinical laboratory science, infectious disease pharmacy, and adult and pediatric infectious disease training programs.

The Division also actively participates in industry-sponsored research and development, including FDA clinical trials for new laboratory instrumentation and diagnostic tests.

In this role, the candidate will oversee the daily operations of the bacteriology section of the Division; however, additional opportunities, including directorship of an additional laboratory, may be available. Physician applicants must be eligible for medical licensure in the state of Indiana. Academic rank will be based upon the experience and accomplishments of the applicant.

The pathologist duties would include gross examination and routine sign out of surgical pathology cases from the affiliated hospital and the private laboratory, rapid screening of FNA and CT guided biopsies for adequacy and sign out of routine cytology cases including Pap smears, urine cytology and body fluid cytology cases. Clinical pathology duties would include review of blood smears and clinical consultations with staff physicians.

Send inquiries and CVs to Dr. Paul Belding at pjbfishdoc gmail. Carver College of Medicine seeks candidates for an Assistant, Associate or Professor position on either the tenure track physician scientists or non-tenure clinical track to join an active neuropathology division.

Neuropathology faculty are involved in training pathology, neurology, child neurology, and neurosurgery house staff. The University of Iowa forensic pathologists serve as appointed Johnson County Medical Examiners in a high functioning, well-staffed medical examiner's office.

Medical examiner autopsies are drawn also from seven other counties in southeast Iowa. Applications should include a CV, a letter of application containing a statement of career goals, and the names and addresses of three individuals who could provide letters of reference.

The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

To view the complete job description and to apply for this position, visit the University of Iowa website at http: Carver College of Medicine seeks candidates for an Assistant, Associate or Professor position on either the tenure track or non-tenure clinical track to take part in an active Anatomic Pathology division.

To apply for this position visit the University of Iowa website at http: Candidates must have an M. Candidates for Assistant Professor should have post-doctoral experience with a strong record of productivity. Candidates for Associate or Full Professor should have a record of ongoing extramural funding support. Candidates should also have excellent communication skills. The research strengths of the department include immunology and cancer biology, although expertise in any area of basic or translational research is welcome.

Similarly, any area of clinical expertise will be considered, although readily foreseeable niches include transfusion medicine, microbiology, neuropathology, among others.

The selected applicant will receive a primary appointment in the Department of Pathology, with opportunities for secondary appointments in other departments and programs. The University of Iowa is home to a range of outstanding research groups and centers that foster a collaborative and supportive environment for basic and clinical scientists.

Iowa City is part of a cosmopolitan area with a population of almost , The city and university are part of a historic campus community offering an array of cultural and athletic activities, including outstanding theatre and music venues, well-recognized art collections, a thriving literary tradition, ethnically diverse restaurants and a full menu of Big Ten sports.

Iowa City has the diverse atmosphere of a much larger city while having the feel of a small friendly campus town. The area also boasts a multitude of local, state and national recreation areas, with many hiking and biking trails as well as water related activities.

Location is approximately hours by car from Chicago, St. Letters of application should include a CV, statement of career goals, research plans, and the names and addresses of three individuals who can provide letters of reference. To apply for this position, visit the University of Iowa website at https: The practice is a two pathologist practice covering a 1.

Strong surgical pathology and cytology skills are desired. The case load is varied and interesting. Consultations are easily obtained from specialty pathologists in our Sioux Falls, SD office. Additional fellowship training in surgical pathology is preferred. This is a full-time appointment at the Assistant, Associate or Professorial rank on either the tenured or non-tenure clinical track, depending on qualifications.

The department is experiencing rapid growth and has established a subspecialization practice model. The Surgical Pathology section processes over 30, surgical pathology cases annually with a large case variety. The successful candidate should possess strong diagnostic skills with subspecialty training or experience in the specified specialty.

The applicants must have an M. Eligibility for unrestricted licensure for the practice of medicine in Kansas is required. A generous compensation and relocation package is available. Applications may be submitted at http: The application should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae and the names and contact information of three references. To learn more about Kansas City visit: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disability status, or genetic information.

This is an excellent career opportunity for the right candidate in a very stable independent pathology group that services multiple hospitals and surgery centers around the state. Sub-specialty experience in GI or breast pathology is a plus, but the right candidate must be able to do a full spectrum of general surgical pathology cases. Participation in clinical pathology and hospital activities will be required as we are a full reference lab with both anatomic and clinical laboratories on site.

The primary responsibilities of this individual are to provide clinical services in hematopathology and surgical pathology sign out and laboratory directorship of the flow cytometry and hematology laboratory. The successful candidate would join an academic hospital-based practice and engage primarily in clinical service at UK Medical Center with additional teaching duties. This open-rank position is available immediately and will remain open until the appropriate individual is recruited.

There is a strong institutional commitment to maintain and enhance research and clinical excellence within the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. This position affords an excellent career opportunity in a vibrant and growing academic healthcare center with six healthcare colleges.

The university is located in Lexington, Kentucky, a family-friendly dynamic medium-sized city with excellent schools, housing, cultural opportunities and outdoor activities http: Upon offer of employment, successful applicants for certain positions must pass a pre-employment drug screen and undergo a national background check as required by University of Kentucky Human Resources.

Applicants should submit a formal application through the University of Kentucky website at the link http: Please direct any questions regarding this position to: The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Kentucky is recruiting a board certified surgical pathologist. Fellowship training or strong interest in genitourinary pathology is required. The successful candidate would join an academic hospital-based practice and engage primarily in clinical service and teaching duties.

Interested applicants are also encouraged to participate in an active research program appropriate to title series and rank. Fellowship training or strong interest in breast pathology is required. Service responsibility will consist primarily of hematopathology and flow cytometry services but will also include general surgical pathology sign out.

Fellowship training in Hematopathology is required but a surgical pathology fellowship is highly desirable. The candidates should have strong interest in the academic mission including maintaining scholarly activities and participating in graduate and undergraduate medical education. The position offers a high degree of flexibility in developing and promoting a successful career in academic pathology tailored around the applicant's areas of interest and strength. Leadership and growth opportunities including developing academic programs at the University of Louisville Hospital, James Graham Brown Cancer Center and outreach programs are available.

The University of Louisville and the James Graham Brown Cancer Center offer opportunities for basic, clinical and translational research. The academic rank, tenure and salary will be based upon level of qualifications, experience and scholarly accomplishments. The Division of Anatomic Pathology is supported by several state-of-the-art research and diagnostic laboratories, including strong core instrumental facilities with modern molecular diagnostics capabilities. Louisville, home of the Kentucky Derby, is a city on the move, with major amenities like world-class performing arts and cultural amenities, great sports, a thriving downtown, an abundance of parks and recreational areas and incredible dining.

Yet Louisville offers hospitality, warmth and smaller-city advantages like shorter commutes and a lower cost of living.

All applications must be submitted online at: The job ID is Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, a brief statement of research interests, career goals, and names of four references. This is not a J1-Visa Site. Interested individuals should send a Curriculum Vitae and a list of three or more professional references to: Position is responsible for overseeing faculty, staff and residents in the department and advancing the educational, clinical and research missions of department and school.

Reports directly to the Dean of the School of Medicine and will work closely with hospital leadership. Will also work with other clinical and basic science department heads and directors of our multidisciplinary centers. Successful applicant must demonstrate leadership ability, a commitment to education and biomedical research, and have ability to provide a vision of excellence.

Achievements in clinical service, teaching, multi-disciplinary collaborative research, faculty mentorship, and administration that promote an inclusive environment are essential. Subspecialty training or interest in gastrointestinal pathology are particularly sought, but other subspecialty preferences will also be considered. UMC is a bed state-of-the-art academic hospital that opened in August of and is experiencing growth in all services, including surgical pathology.

The Pathology Laboratory occupies over 40, sq. As a faculty member, significant participation in the diagnostic service is expected. Additional duties will include teaching of residents and fellows, and the establishment of collaborative projects of translational research in areas of interest.

Interested applicants should submit a CV and cover letter online: UMC is a bed state-of-the-art academic hospital that opened in August of and is experiencing growth in all services including autopsy services. As an autopsy pathologist, duties will include performance of adult autopsies, teaching of residents and fellows, and the establishment of collaborative projects of translational research in areas of interest.

Interest in surgical pathology is desired. Candidates should qualify for academic appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor on a non-tenure, clinical track. The successful candidate must be licensed to practice medicine in the State of Louisiana before hire date. Applicants should be board certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and have experience in diagnostic surgical pathology. The position has a predominant emphasis in surgical pathology and cytology.

The Community group is made up of 8 pathologists who currently staff 5 hospitals within the greater New Orleans Area.

There are additional clinical pathologists with expertise in blood banking, hematology, microbiology and clinical chemistry. The department supports a solid organ transplantation program and comprehensive oncology services, including a state of the art breast cancer center and a bone marrow transplant program. Driven by a mission to Serve, Heal, Lead, Educate and Innovate, coordinated clinical and hospital patient care is provided across the region by Ochsner's 30 owned, managed and affiliated hospitals and more than 80 health centers and urgent care centers.

Ochsner employs more than 18, employees and over 1, physicians in over 90 medical specialties and subspecialties, and conducts more than clinical research studies. For more information, please visit ochsner. Interested candidates should apply to: Ochsner is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

The successful candidate must be fellowship trained in Dermatopathology. The candidate will have service and teaching responsibilities, and will be expected to develop an area of academic productivity. Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with experience.

Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae, a letter of introduction and the names of three references with contact information to: Pathology Group of Louisiana PGL is a private practice group of 15 board certified anatomic and clinical pathologists providing pathology services for hospitals, surgery centers and outpatient clinics in Baton Rouge and throughout southeast Louisiana. Subspecialty training in dermatopathology is required.

The successful candidate will be joining two board certified dermatopathologists. The group also has multiple subspecialists available for internal consultation in most areas of pathology, including cytopathology, hematopathology, GI pathology and GYN pathology. PGL is flexible regarding starting date. Benefits package includes generous vacation time, health insurance, k and educational allowance. Southern Louisiana offers a unique culture as well as ample recreation opportunities.

Baton Rouge is only one hour from New Orleans and just a few hours from the beaches along the Gulf of Mexico. Candidates with interest or fellowship training in breast pathology are also encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate will possess strong general surgical pathology skills in addition to excellent interpersonal and communication skills and have at least 1 year of sign-out experience.

This is a partnership-track opportunity in a practice serving an estimated population base of , people, resulting in a wide array of specimens in a variety of hospital and clinical settings. The facilities, ancillary staff, and support services are exceptional.

For more information visit our website, www. Applicants must have a M. The successful candidate must be eligible for a State of Maryland medical license. Responsibilities of this position include: Salary will be commensurate with experience and accomplishments. Submit applications, including CV, a brief statement of interest, and names of three references to: Information regarding the Microbiology Laboratories may be viewed by clicking here.

The successful applicant will hold an academic appointment at the Assistant Professor or Associate Professor level in the Department of Pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and a medical or affiliate staff appointment at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Responsibilities of the Molecular Virology Laboratory Director include scientific oversight of the clinical laboratory, including test development and quality improvement. This laboratory performs over 17, assays per month. In addition to real-time PCR, the Molecular Virology Laboratory performs a broad range of syndromic molecular panel tests on state of the art molecular platforms. Next-generation sequencing applications are under development.

Applicants must have strong leadership and interpersonal skills and willingness to work closely with clinical services. Additional responsibilities include teaching of medical students, residents and fellows. MD applicants must be eligible for a medical license in the State of Maryland. For board eligible applicants, certification must be attained within two years of appointment. Applicants should send a current C. The position is responsible for signing out general surgical and cytopathology, and for covering the clinical pathology service.

The position involves diagnostic services and teaching, and may also involve the development of an independent or collaborative research program in clinical, applied or basic research. Broadway Baltimore, MD Email: The Department of Dermatology at Johns Hopkins is seeking an outstanding faculty who will be a team member of the Division of Dermatopathology and Oral Pathology. We are seeking a Dermatopathologist at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor.

Applicants should have exceptional experience in Dermatopathology. Candidates will be expected to provide diagnostic services in Dermatopathology, engage in collaborative patient care and translational research efforts with members of our cutaneous oncology disease management teams, and to teach students as well as residents and fellows in Pathology and Dermatology.

Fellowship training and board certification in dermatopathology by either the American Board of Pathology or the American Board of Dermatology is expected. The position provides an opportunity to practice in a unique clinical environment that emphasizes a multidisciplinary team approach to personalized patient care with cutting edge diagnostic and treatment modalities. Applicants should have a strong interest in collaborative research.

Johns Hopkins University offers a competitive compensation package with exceptional benefits, commensurate with experience and accomplishments. Research resources will also be available, based on need and prior accomplishments.

Our growing department and division seek candidates who demonstrate excellence in dermatopathology, a team-based approach, and ethical practice. A passion for teaching residents and fellows and excellent interpersonal skills are required.

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Practice with it using field loads, but keep the slugs and buckshot handy. Sporting clays helps acclimate you to recoil and improves hand to eye coordination. I printed out a couple. D if you are going to try that: The health dept has Red posters that say: I like your note on the door and stickers to put up on the front door!

Make sure you cover the windows well, so no one outside will be able to see light from candles, oil lamp or flash lights inside the house. Around here, most people use solar lights in their front yards. I also have flashlights, lots of batteries, several cases of 50 hour liquid paraffin lights, and other lighting sources, including alcohol stove, propane stove, etc.

I have a pretty good collection of solar lights to put out during the day and bring in at night. There are NO windows in my bathroom so I should be able to keep a light on in there. My dog died and he is too heavy for me to drag outside. If you still have a key to this place, could you please bury him? Or at least drag him outside because he is starting to decompose and the longer he is in here, the worse it will get. Daisy—I am thinking self-made stickers with sharpies are more believable.

Try using the FEMA protocol, goog le it, its a big square spray painted with a giant X I believe …then a number for of occupants deceased or evacuated and the actual disease found … I plan on using on the Garage Door in GIANT font and hopefully look legit.

You can also go to a truck stop and buy actual UN class bio-hazard and toxic signs. They only cost a few bucks each and you could pick and choose. We use them on the trailers when we haul certain things and they do fall out of the holders or get wet and tear so they need easy replacements. Just remember it is a crime to have one in place in normal times.

Just for fun buy a cheap paper hazard suit and rip it up then leave it on your front lawn for everyone to see and have a n mask with fake blood expectorated inside it beside the suit.

Last year someone said they had biohazard and quarantine stickers for the front door, caution tape and they were mixing something up that looked like vomit and crap to put on the porch near a chalk outline. That should scare a lot of folks away! Although having the components now is NOT illegal.

As far as I know, it is NOT illegal to discuss ways to defend your self should society break down. There are ways to trigger the shell from a distance by hitting the primer. Possibly by using a mouse trap and string. OR possibly heating the primer like firing a model rocket. If people are trying to break down your door or at your front gate.

You can trigger the shotgun shells from a distance. Which are buried in the ground at an angle. Like mini claymore mines. The best gun fight to win is the one where you are not at risk. No one is an island. Hopefully they are of good moral character and will do well post collapse. Better still to try and find a community. Old or not, knowledge and attitude will be of high value to a community after the collapse.

I wonder how many people know why its illegal to make the devices you speak of.. I cannot say, but trip guns have been illegal for years. I used to make my own cannon when I was a kid by taking a shell opening it up and removing the shot adding homemade flash powder. Them putting it in the pipe, screwing on an end cap, with a hole drilled in it, of the proper size. Paranoid,at moment still legal to make own firearms,Daisy,a knoxx or similar recoil stock really takes the sting out of a shotgun,trip guns,they sell legally trips for blank shotgun shells,what you put in em up to you.

Doomsday Prepper in Florida at the moment. He made and sold 3 of those to the undercover agent. Learn it, live it. I had the chicken wire left over from another use. Also, it is heavy. Yes, I have wire cutters 3 and nails several sizes and types and two pounds of those U-shaped nails, and a portable drill that operates on a battery. I plan to put the chicken wire across the windows on the outside, in case someone throws a rock. Then tape on the windows on the inside to make the glass stronger and help keep it from shattering.

Some of my windows have screens and some have storms. All are double pane. So an intruder would have to blast through more than one pane of glass plus the chicken wire. I also have dead bolts on my front and back doors solid core doors and an alarm that fits under the back door. The front door has a lockable storm door, as well.

I have also come up with some ideas on how to set non-electric alarms in my yard. Or fish line with fish hooks attached at eye level. A couple of inches over the top of my head would be eye level for most people.

I have also started planting thorny bushes along the inside of my fence. Roses, raspberries Too expensive to do all at once, but I hope they will spread. After I see how well they do this year, I will plant some more next year. That has stopped the dog. Later I may do the same thing on the other side and across the back fence,. They would never see it coming used these in the service ahead of an OP with a ranged distance. Use carpet tac…you know the strips of wood and nails they use to hold down your carpet?

They work great for fences and window sills….. I had considered barbed wire, but it is illegal for now. And if the SHTF I have a hard time installing it myself without getting hurt with no doctors available. Like those thinking to survive by planting gardens.

Wire cutters will get the intruder in in 5 minutes and all produce in that garden gone in the same. But I am in northern Wyoming. I have a brother in Colorado. He is not a prepper, so has little stored, but he does have knowledge of all things mechanical, and can use a gun. We would both be better off in Wyoming. Too many people in Colorado, and I am the one with all the TP and food. The safety film is expensive. But if you watch youtube videos, takes them minutes of pounding with a bat to break through.

I have tested some glass with just some Solar film. It helps a fair amount in keeping the window intact. If I remember right they had a code for the date and if anyone was dead or alive inside. We are on well solar pumped water.

We use the ten inch whole house water filters in series for all water that comes into the house. We also have an RO filter system for all drinking water.

We change the filters out every two to 3 months. MREs are great as you do not need to add water and you can eat them out of the pouch. Downside is they are heavy and only last a few years sitting in a hot car. Freeze dried pouches last about seven years, but you need access to water. We also each carry a military sleep system in the vehicles and they can go in the packs. The system consists of a light weight summer bag,a heavier winter bag and a Gortex Bivy cover. If you put all three together, the system is good to degrees.

I have seen several people die in or next to their vehicles by freezing to death here in cold country. Carrying a sleeping bag in your vehicle can be the difference between life and death. Our next project is to develope, seal and sanatize a spring that is about feet behind the house, hook it up to a 3, gallon water tank, and run it to a filter system in the house. It should be a good backup even if there is only 25 feet of elevation.

Thats good stuff to know informational only not to do.. I hear the same thing if you buy tannerite and mix about 5lbs with a pipe filled with black poweder with the end drilled out and buy a resister from radioshack and send a 9v current down it and hits the compact blackpowder then will with the pressure set off the tannerite and you have a really good collapse device.

Tanerite is ammonium nitrate fertlzter and a sensitizer, A more interesting thought is tape it to a gallon jar of Gas. Burry it shallow, with driveway stones on top. Just answering a question. I do NOT recommend this in peacetime. If any of you people, who have a blasters permit, do try this, please post on net and tell me. I love the movies how trip wires are put out and the good guys came see them or seem to always know where they are at. Sure the military trains for them but its very easy to hit something when its dark and your starting to get tired or your other senses are engaged.

Thanks…I would never try this and I do not recommend copying this information for reprint and passing around….. Clint Hospo, good evening, and I have similar plans. I expect something very similar myself. My prepping is continuing. My wife is an English major and writer. This is a good story. What I might suggest is moving away from Sh! I understand why the story is written as such with the main character experiencing the worst firsthand.

However, they have warehouse jobs all over this country. You have seen the ghetto violence in places like Chicago with the muggings, racial profiling, hordes of youths, slap games, gangs, knockout games, etc.

As far as weapons, it would be ideal to have a small pistol like an LCP. Beretta 92F is really not all that ideal of a pistol.

Yes, I understand the idea of concealment and what will fit in a BoB or go bag. However, I cant stress enough the idea of having a semi-collapse rifle or fully collapsible rifle.

What would have helped Jason in this case is a folding AK with side folding stock. Of course, you have to have a bag to conceal it, but that is feasible. Yes, people would realize that you may have something they want…they may even want the rifle, but they would have to bleed from a grain bullet wound if they wanted to threaten your life.

Dallas took in a ton of NOLA trash and … nobody noticed it. Hey IL really does sucks. I lived there for about 10 years. All Flat land that floods out.

The rivers are full of Chinese flying carp and winters are brutal from the wind off Lake Michigan. I still have buddies up there that complain about it all the time.

Just saying, people need to understand that all of those thousands of decisions you made your entire life got you to where you are today.

Stuck in IL where property values rarely appreciate. Chicago is the next Detroit. I saw that coming back in when I moved out of that police state. Oh and the Chicago Ghettos are the shoot out murder capitol of the US. Where did I ever say that I live in Texas? Of course there are ghettos there. Mainly filled with welfare sucking leeches. I hope to never return to TX. However, TX overall, is a much better place to live than that pathetic dump known as IL.

We all know a lot of things but we forget sometimes if we dont use for a long time. I liked seeing peoples ideas and what they want to do. I asked the wife if it comes down to it are we going to feed your sister and her kids etc.

We wil run out of stuff quickly. Im the only shooter in the family and a very good one. No being cocky here but faster and more accurate than most people but not as good as people who compete or yards plus not an ace.

Pistol I have a sigp and a FN5. In very good shape for the most part. Love hearing your tips. Learning to can food and have a plan and extra fuel so good on that.

IF a EMP hits we dont know if a car will run or not. Have a mountain bike as well to get around if possible. Stay out of open areas by yourself unless you live in a smaller town and can trust people not sniper hitting you. Imagine if a large fire goes off in a big close neighborhood, its going to set the neighbors on as well and into one big blaze if its windy etc.

In a city if a huge fires gets out of control without fire trucks to be there it will be Hell on earth. Thats why I would put your ammo and half your weapons in different places in case you get shot or detained or dead, there is weapons for others if they needed to get out of that one home.

Good stuff to hear no doubt. Right now Seeing Pelosi going to the border and trying to pass amnesty we all know what the fucking bitch is doing. Pelosi is a traitor plain and simple. Pelosi should be impeached without question.

Then we the middleclass have to pay for it. If there were a thousand people like me she would be removed from office and then sent to live TV to admit her crimes she has committed. Then kicked out the front door and a new leader to take her place. I have never seen things this bad morally and price-wise nowadays for gas. That will cause food prices to increase. Everything at the store is 4 bucks or more. Buy an apple a buck each or more. A gallon of milk over 3 bucks. People will not be able to sustain this much longer with utility prices and everything going up.

We all can see the chain reaction coming until the system goes back down. I hope when the fire is over we can go after these bastards that caused this mess to our great nation. How do you starve it? Do not consent, do not comply, and do not cooperate: On The Ethicality of a Tax Revolt: When they come to give you an audit just tell them that all your tax info was stored on a hard drive.

You cant provide the hard drive as it was destroyed in a house fire. You just tell the IRS you sent the entire tax payment in. But they must have lost it along with their Lois Learner Emails. Now go pound sand. CR-Iowa — You brought up a great point.

Fire will be the worst weapon of them all, and accessible by everyone. You got all your preps in your home and some thugs come by and knock on your door, If you refuse them, they will burn you out of your home.

Another great reason to at least Cache food and other items outside of your main residence or BOL. You should have several months of food, weapons, ammo, clothes, etc in bins or barrels other places, hidden by a bush or under a pile of trash or rubble, fire wood, etc. Or an alarm bell, to warn the other in your neighborhood, etc. That is my worst fear. I live in a frame house and I am worried that someone might burn down my house if I refuse to open my door.

If I see someone with a firebomb, I will definitely shoot them. But it will probably be too late for me, my pets, and my house, since the bottle with the gasoline will already be on the way by the time my bullet hits them. I do have a fire extinguisher and some large boxes of baking soda.

But even if I can shoot them and put out the fire, the integrity of my house will be compromised where the burned out area is. Daisy, Being an ex prof firefighter, there is not much you can do. Maybe set up barbed wire fence parameter beyond throwing distance from your house. With trip wire alarms you can shoot anybody within your barbed wire line.

You could run 2 PVC pipe lines on each side of your top roof-line with holes about an inch apart and hooked up to your water source to rinse your roof off if necessary for a water curtain. What ever side is burning turn on that side of the PVC water line. You will need all the pressure you can get so split up the lines for each side.

Not much will stop gasoline, as roof asphalt shingles will melt. But that is a start. I think you should look for others of a like mind…. There are a few things you can do. Unfortunately they are more long term. Fire resistant roof shingles are easily available, when you reroof, just ask. If you ever reinsulate your house fire resistant insulation and siding are also around. Ask your insurance guy to do an outside inspection for fire issues.

Including using sprinklers for help. In the old days they used iron shutters that slid over the windows. Best answer is a neighbor you can alert, who can shoot. My house has R insulation in the ceiling. I will check out your suggestions. Unfortunately, my next door neighbor on the north is bi-polar and went off his meds about a year ago.

He is totally nuts. He filed a police report that his neighbor on the other side of him had pointed a gun at him. He said he knew this because he could see the red dot on his forehead. The building next to me on the south is a substandard 4-plex that people move out of within a few months. Just as I get to know someone, they move out.

Across the street is a Mormon family that keeps to themselves. Next to them is a single lady who has relatives in the area and would probably move in with her daughter and son-in-law in a SHTF, leaving her house vacant.

That is everyone on the block. Up the street is a widower, a church, a vacant house and a parking lot. Down the street are mostly rentals, where people move often. The only one of those tenants that I know very well right now is the pastor of a fundamentalist church in the next block down.

I probably should start going to his church, even though Ii disagree with them on most things. Behind me in the next block are Mexican families, all related to each other. Make friends with the Mormon family. They are usually good people, a bit pushy sometimes, but they are likely concerned about safety, just as you are.

At these ranges, a 22 rifle would work just fine, and they are cheap. Talk to the Parson and the widower, Good people need to help each other. The nut case may also be useful, If TSHTF, take him a jar of jelly and say you are concerned people might be sneaking up on your place Or his he might be a wonderful person to watch your back.

The widower was the husband of the best friend that I had made since I moved here. He is a good guy, but keeps to himself, especially since his wife died last fall. You bring up a good point so I will put my two cents in the jar. I live in a neighborhood that the houses are close to each other and fire is a concern of mine. Besides city water I do have a good shallow well with about 15 gal.

The well is not hard wired into the electrical box but has a male plug. I can plug into the house current or use a generator. I have made attachments to the sides of the house to insert sprinkler heads which spray covers the roof. This is to prevent sparks from catching the roof on fire. I do not have much brush around my home. Keep the rain gutters clean for I have tall pines that always manage to get pine needles everywhere. Direct assault on your home with a firebomb is hard to defend against.

Your saying you would pass on a beretta 92F, pull out a Kel-Tec and tramp up and down the street? Better yet you would whip out an AK?

Learn something for a minute,,, Better Jason blends in with the crowd as he moves street to street exiting the city, not stopping to mowe down looters. Jason probably chose the beretta 92 for quality, reliability, and capacity aside from out of the box accuracy at 20 yards. No my friend, Jason needs to move quickly out of the zone not racking up kills with a military round such as a 7.

How someone snuck up on him with his back against the wall and training I will never understand?!? Lcp and an AK? I could give a sh t about the Geneva Convention at that point I want to kill, not wound people. Do you not understand the idea that at some point Jason may need something more than a pistol? Did you read anything about me saying that he carrying the rifle from the outright?

Or did I say break it out when things get rough. I think I said the latter. It would have been more ideal if he Bugged out in a pair for mutual support. That Keltec could be easily stowed in a small pouch affixed to the outside of the pack. A pistol is a defensive weapon and not all that accurate beyond 25 m. That is why some people recommend a shotgun for home defense. I would advise you to bone up on your reading and comprehension, otherwise you are just wasting peoples time on this forum.

What I listed are techniques, and my opinion. And yes, the 7. You can also fix a bayonet for close combat which could help out Jason in this case. The fact that Jason should avoid all conflict and contact goes without saying.

However, in this scenario he is forced to act and spends precious time dicking with a pistol. But, I also value my life and the idea of getting home alive. I already got 2 beautiful, old kerosene lanterns but no oil.. If you can even find it on the store shelves anymore.

You need to go to an old neighbor hood hardware store. However it will keep for years, Kerosene will not break done that much over time. So when you are looking for kerosene heaters, check out the cost and availability of the kerosene first. Then think about running those for a few months. Stick to wood stoves, if you can for heat. But this is what preppers do, is figure this all out before SHTF.

Check your local Home Depot and Lowes…in the outdoor garden section under the roof and waaaaay in the back corner. This time of year they will stack the black five gallon metal cans of kerosene out there. HD or Lowes in my area did not carry Kerosene at all, even though they sell the heaters online and shipped in.

So get it now where ever you can. I would never buy that high-priced canned stuff at the hardware stores or Wal-Mart. I bought all 30 cans that were in the stack, and managed to get it in my pickup fortunately, I have long, tall side tool boxes up on the edge of the bed , double and triple stacked! Stuff will be good forever.

I stick with candles and LED lanterns for emergency lighting plus plenty of spare batteries for the lanterns. I get sick from the smell of kerosene plus there are no oil lamps that are well-made anymore. We expect to be so damn tired by nightfall and supper that we just go to bed with the chickens and get up with them to start the routine over again. After hauling water and working up firewood all day, old folks like us, will be ready to collapse.

The people that have never worked manually, day in and day out, will sure be in for a heap of hurt. Thank God our BO location is in the mountains, and we have horses to help with the heavy work, however; we then have to manually cut and drag hay from the fields to supply the winter feed for them. Dragging hay and forking it into the barn is sure heck of a lot easier than dragging firewood and gallons of water up the mountains though.

ANON-You know they make fancy scented oil for those lamps and it comes in quarts in plastic bottles. Just sayin, maybe just have a bottle of that on hand for an emergency like a short power outage. Without even getting started on simply turning off telecoms rather that dropping bombs, diesel trucks will keep running as will older petrol cars and anything not actually wired up to an antenna when the EMP crackles.

Modern electricty distribution networks would be down for maybe a day then back up with BAU all over it. Society will break down long, long before our global ecosystem is at that kind of risk. The reason why is that one critical resource or another will fall short first, causing unrest, then societal collapse.

Eventually too many people will be without, will rise up against those who still have, and, well…. Secondly, after the herd is trimmed and fully programmed, there will be rationing going on with utilities, food, traveling, etc.

The elites always use the same play book! BTW, I could care less who gave me thumbs down! That just reflects how stupid americans are!!!!!!!!! He sounds like a pampered metrosexual. His parents went through the depression.

So I assume you live in somewhere like Europe? How is that Sharia law going for you all? Does your government recognize unalienable rights? I bet you willingly pay CO2 taxes. You are the moron, and you are complicit in what is happening. Take your enviromarxism and cram it. Everyone makes assumptions kid! Like you, making blanket statements about an entire nation. The difference is that this will be world wide unlike the depression. The rest of the planet recovered before the U.

Your arrogance gets you the red thumb,nothing else. The only difference genius is they will be using high tech weapons to be able to wipe out more people. But everything leading up to that event will be the same such as like people on here, brainwashed sheeple, slow to learn, quick to assume, never learning from the past! Guess where you can stick you red thumb?

This site has a bunch of retards — have fun in the camp, or one of the illegals telling you all what!!!!!!! The only retards who ever come to this site are trolls bought and paid for by the Obama regime. This site is a community of good, intelligent people who would be glad to help you with advice on survival-related issues if you would just act right and stop showing your rear end.

Otherwise, forget it and move on. In fact, my bet is that TPTB and including fat cat politicians will be in a hidey-hole somewhere trying to save their own ass from some highly pissed off citizens that have bought their bullshit for decades. Maybe you should stick to facebook, where the real brainwashed and ignorant folks hangout all day. Brainwashed because they follow the lies and staged bullshit by the politicians and liberal media.

You want your own site, then fine, you can call it The Stupid Hillbilly. Hey bubbles, your not my boss, nor is anyone else on this useless sight! Your a bunch of fudge butts sitting around thinking your little articles and info are going to save lives — LOL! DC is taking down the supposed best military guys, you all really think your going to survive?

There is only one way to survive: Just another wanna be troll…. Ever try to control 3. This leaves out a lot of the globe, but most of it will quickly follow suit, either due to resource starvation, or general unrest due to the rest of the planet going to shit. Puh-leeze — that was a cock-up that righted itself in just a couple of years, but was prolonged and aggravated by one incompetent politician after another with FDR being the worst at it… only WWII saved the US from his economic tender mercies.

If you are in ANY city, your chances are slim and none that you will be able to get out. The amount of sheep in your way will completely eliminate your chance to escape. I will have to find a way to sneak out of the building. I have GHB in car and I have 1. One block back from there are at least 8 registered sex offenders according to the registry. I have a super big shirt in my bag, plan to wear my GHB backwards under the shirt and look like a fat ugly possibly pregnant woman. It may take a few hours.

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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. For greater flexibility, both degrees are also available entirely online. The AAS program is designed for students planning on immediately joining the workforce upon graduation.

Both programs are 64 credit hours in length with experienced Iowa attorneys offering instruction. The curriculum places a strong emphasis on Iowa procedures and law, designed to serve students to work in the state court systems. Northeast Iowa Community College is a 2-year public, post-secondary school based in Calmar that offers an AAS in legal assistant program at its Dubuque and Peosta campus locations.

The program requires 65 credit hours and includes relevant courses like introduction to paralegal studies, legal and medical terminology, criminal law and procedure, and family law. Students are welcome to enroll during summer, spring, and fall semesters.

Landing a job as a paralegal might mean spending the morning delivering a report that determines what evidence to seek in the discovery process of a lawsuit. Before you go home you have to follow up with a potential new client about his case. You work for it. This means acquiring competitive credentials that give you the skills and real-world experience to rank above your peers.

This is where our list of the best paralegal schools in Kansas comes in. The programs on our list are for people from all walks of life — career changers, recent high school graduates, and those who already have work experience as a paralegal.

It can be completed in combination with any degree or other program offered by FHSU. It can also be completed as a stand-alone certificate program for those coming in from high school or making a career change. Subjects covered in this campus-based program range from emerging areas like cyberspace law to conventional study of the criminal justice system. Students in this program can draw on the Center for Legal Studies as a valuable resource.

One of the reasons we chose Hutchinson Community College is because its graduates consistently report being really satisfied with their experience. Students talk about this program as the best in Hutchinson, they love where its campus is located, and see it as a good value in the region in terms of both quality and cost. The AAS degree is comprised of 64 credits while the certificate program is 36 credits.

The AAS degree is open to those coming from high school or anyone else looking for a competitive academic foundation in this field. Graduates of either program will have a solid foundation of knowledge that will prepare them to take the national certification exam through the National Federation of Paralegal Associations NFPA.

Applicants need good exam scores and a competitive academic record because the AA program is popular and selective. From its Overland Park campus, the certificate program is 33 credits while the AA program is 63 credits. Both programs are designed to be completed in two years, and both include two internships worth one credit each.

All prospective students need to complete an English composition course and paralegal introductory courses before being admitted to these programs. Applicants also need to contact their selected program and arrange to take the Watson-Glaser Critical Thinking Test.

This includes courses on litigation, criminal, family, probate, insurance and real estate law, and culminates with two paralegal internships. Over the course of two years and semester credits, this Kansas City, Kansas-based school prepares new college students and career changers for a promising future in the paralegal field.

Both these programs are offered at campus locations across Kansas: The AAS program is designed to be completed in two years while the BS program is designed to be completed in three years and nine months.

Students usually exceed these periods of estimated enrollment. This program ranks on our list because of the ease with which graduates go from the classroom into the professional field.

With a campus in the heart of Wichita, students have the chance to develop and foster relationships in the legal community that blossom into strategic networking opportunities.

Totaling 36 semester credits, this program has two time tracks for completion: Both tracks include a paralegal internship. This program is on our list because of the competitive advantages it provides its graduates.

Upon graduation students meet the requirements to take an optional paralegal certification exam through the National Association of Legal Assistants NALA. Students can choose to take classes either online, or on-campus in Overland Park or Topeka. This program also includes an internship component: The certificate program is designed to be completed in 18 months, and about half the students graduate on time. We chose this school because its Topeka campus allows for a high degree of inter-connectedness between paralegal students and the local legal community.

The BLS is designed to be completed in four years while the certificate program is designed to be completed in just 12 months, and both programs include an internship. Earning a degree or certificate is the ticket.

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