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Legal Administrative Assistant - Diploma Program

Online Legal Administrative Assistant Program

Prepare to work in a variety of law practices, including civil, criminal, and family law. Get equipped with our online Legal Administrative Assistant Program. The Legal Administrative Assistant Diploma Program is NOT American Bar Association approved and it does not prepare students to work as paralegals.

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Online Legal Administrative Assistant Diploma Program at 欧美三级片, formerly MTI College

The Legal Administrative Assistant Diploma program at 欧美三级片, formerly MTI College, is designed to prepare graduates for employment in legal offices in the United States. The program provides students with the tools, knowledge, and confidence to work in a wide range of law practices including civil, criminal and family law, with courses that emphasize on acquiring office managerial skills.

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The Legal Administrative Assistant Diploma Program is NOT American Bar Association approved and it does not prepare students to work as paralegals.

欧美三级片 The Online Legal Administrative Assistant Diploma Program

The Legal Administrative Assistant Diploma online program at 欧美三级片, formerly MTI College, will prepare graduates to work successfully in a law office as a legal administrative assistant or legal secretary. Students will walk away with a diverse and complete set of skills needed to build a foundation to advance in the legal field and law offices across the nation. Students will be trained on Microsoft Office Suite software, used almost universally in law offices around the nation, and have access to one-on-one tutoring from 欧美三级片 instructors.

Graduates will be given access to 欧美三级片’ job placement assistance, a free service that will provide graduating students with help on:

  • Resume writing assistance
  • Proven job interview techniques
  • Job search resources
  • Coaching techniques

Legal Administrative Assistant Job Description

Document preparation is the primary role of a legal administrative assistant in a law office. Additional responsibilities include composing official and personal correspondence for attorneys. Attorneys count on their legal administrative assistants and secretaries to prepare and process a variety of law documents that are used in trials, hearings, or legal actions. These documents can include complaints, motions, summons, and subpoenas.

Other duties often include:

  • Managing client appointments
  • Greeting clients at the law office
  • Filing important documents
  • Attending to bookkeeping tasks

Next Start Dates:

Start DateProgram Name
Apr 1, 2024Legal Administrative Assistant
May 13, 2024Legal Administrative Assistant
Jun 24, 2024Legal Administrative Assistant
Aug 12, 2024Legal Administrative Assistant
Sep 23, 2024Legal Administrative Assistant
Nov 4, 2024Legal Administrative Assistant

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Related Documents

Program Assessment 2020 (PDF) Program Assessment 2014 (PDF)

Program Length

Estimated Length: 42 weeks


*Estimated program length assumes a student does not have prior transferable course credit and successfully completes a full course load each term. Actual program length may be longer or shorter depending on factors including, but not limited to, prior academic credit, class availability, academic performance, and attendance.

Program Courses

GE230 - Fundamentals of Economics (40/4.0 units)
This course introduces concepts in micro- and macro-economics. Students learn to use economic concepts, data, and analytical processes to make informed evaluations of issues affecting business and society.
B112 - College Success (20/1.5 units)
This course is designed to enhance the college learning experience and prepare students for personal and professional success. Major components of the class consist of reading comprehension methods, implementing time management practices, using functional note taking methods, and applying proper study techniques. Additional concepts presented throughout the course include managing change, setting and achieving goals, creating a positive attitude, and working in teams collaboratively.
B122A - Career Preparation (20/1.5 units)
This is a six week course designed to help students become better prepared for employment. The course covers several areas of personal and professional development with special emphasis on Communication, Critical Thinking, Workplace Skills, Generation Gaps, Customer Service, Conflict Resolutions, and the introduction to Resumes, Cover Letters, Thank you Letters, References, Goal Setting, and skills assessment. Students will be assessed through homework, document writing, and tests. This course is an accumulation of skills, competence, professionalism, and behavior that prepares the student for employment.
B122B - Career Preparation (20/1.5 units)
This is a six-week course designed to help students become better prepared for employment. The course covers several areas of personal and professional development with special emphasis on job search techniques, professional interviewing skills assessment. Students will be assessed through homework, document writing, interviewing skills, a professional portfolio, and the professionalism rubric. This course is an accumulation of skills, competence, professionalism, and behavior that prepares the student for employment.
DA104 - Essential Computer Concepts (40/2.5 units)
Through lecture and hands-on practice, this course introduces fundamental computer skills through the use of the Microsoft Windows operating system in professional environments. The course provides an overview of essential computer-related vocabulary, operating system tools, efficient file management, application software, using the Internet and e-mail, security, maintenance, multimedia, and customization.
E100 - English Fundamentals (60/5.0 units)
This course introduces the student to the theory and practice of traditional and transformational grammar and standard usage. The course will focus on grammar, sentence structure, and punctuation.
E111 - Developmental Writing (20/1.5 units)
Students will engage in the writing process as they learn to construct effective, focused, coherent, and well-supported paragraphs written to a variety of audiences and for a variety of purposes. Students will improve their sentence-level skills in the following areas: sentence variety, subject/verb agreement, pronoun reference and case, diction, and punctuation.
GE201- English Composition (60/5.25 units)
The course is designed to help students develop and practice the writing and analytical skills necessary for academic success. Emphasis is placed on the writing process, research methods, documentation, argumentation, critical thinking, and writing in response to prompts.
KB100 - Introduction to Keyboarding (30/0 units)
Using a computer, the students will learn basic keyboarding skills, focusing on correct technique and accuracy. Students will learn to operate the letter, number, and symbol keys by touch and will achieve a keyboarding speed of at least 25 words per minutes on a 5-minute timed writing with no more than 5 errors.
KB125 - Speed Development (30/1.0 units)
This course employs a diagnostic/prescriptive approach to developing speed and accuracy. Individualized skill improvement plans are based on a computerized assessment of keyboarding speed and accuracy to complete and evaluate prescribed skill-building activities and to demonstrate achievement of the skill improvement goals defined in the skill improvement plan.
A121A - Accounting
This course introduces the accounting student to fundamental accounting principles and standards as prescribed by Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). The student learns accrual-based accounting for service industries, including the entire accounting cycle, and procedures for the internal control of cash.
A150 - Computerized Accounting
The course covers the uses of a popular accounting software package to solve accounting problems, simulating the working environment.
DA123 - Word Processing Concepts
This course provides a comprehensive overview of word processing skills. The course focuses on the creation, editing, formatting, electronic publication, and printing of standard business documents. Students will explore efficient document navigation, using graphics, preparing reports, proper source citations, using tables, and using the merge tools. Documents created will include letters, reports, research papers, flyers, announcements, newsletters, envelopes, and labels.
L110A - Beginning Legal Terminology and Office Procedures
This course prepares the student to work in a law office through instruction in legal terminology, law office procedures, and the preparation of legal documents. The student creates documents on pleading paper using MS Word and Judicial Council forms.
L110B - Beginning Legal Litigation
This course prepares the student to work in a law office through instruction in legal terminology, law office procedures, and the preparation of legal documents in the litigation process. The student creates documents on pleading paper using MS Word and Judicial Council forms.
L115A - Advanced Legal Litigation
This course continues the coverage of the litigation process through discovery, motions, and calendaring procedures. The student explores how all three impacts the litigation system, and creates documents on pleading paper using MS Word and Judicial Council forms and Abacus calendaring.
L115B - Basic Legal Calendaring
This course continues the coverage of the litigation process through case management and calendaring procedures. The student explores case management and document control, and creates documents on pleading paper using MS Word and Judicial Council forms and Abacus calendaring.
M110 - Mathematics in Business
Students learn the basic arithmetic methods involving whole numbers, decimals, fractions, integers, equations, and percentages. Problem-solving is emphasized and is oriented toward business situations.

Program Costs

Grants and other forms of tuition assistance are available to those who qualify. To find out what you’re eligible for, contact an admissions advisor today!


Tuition and Fees

Admissions Registration Fee: $50
Tuition: $14,500
Books and Supplies: $716
Total: $15,266

Job Placement

Job Placement Rate

Adjusted: *%
Unadjusted: *%

*Fewer than 10 students completed this program in the award year. This information has been withheld to preserve the confidentiality of the students.

Based on the number of Legal Administrative Assistant graduates in the 2021-2022 award year who registered for graduate placement services and secured employment in their field of study, and those who did not register and successfully obtained employment on their own.

* Future results may vary. 欧美三级片’ job placement rate calculations are based on the award year July 1 to June 30. The unadjusted rate represents the percentage of total graduates who obtain employment in or related to their field of study. The adjusted rate represents the percentage of graduates who are actively looking for work and obtain employment in or related to their field of study. The adjusted rate does not include graduates who are not looking for work for reasons such as continuing education, remaining at current place of employment, military service, health issues, death, etc. For a complete explanation of 欧美三级片’ placement calculations, please visit:聽


All information provided in compliance with U.S. Code 75 FR 66948 搂668.6.

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  • Interview with an admissions advisor
  • Provide proof of graduation from high school or GED equivalent
  • Complete an application for admission
  • Take a placement assessment

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