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Hodges offers legal studies degrees that provide a clear path to in-demand careers in the legal industry. Professors bring real-world experience to share with students pursuing degrees online, on campus or through blended programs.

With degrees at the associate, bachelor’s and master’s levels, students are prepared for careers that are growing year over year. Students can also opt for certifications in e-litigation and e-discovery.

Hodges legal studies can lead to careers in human resources, compliance or paralegal, legal assistant, arbitrator, law clerk, mediator and title examiner positions. If you do want to be an attorney, you can start at Hodges.

– Dr. John Meyer, Hodges University

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