Clear reasoning, mature balance of judgment and an ability to appreciate and articulate the problems involved in the administration of justice are essential to a sound paralegal education. According to the Association of American Law Schools these qualities “are not the monopoly of any one subject-matter area or department, nor certainly any particular course or combination of courses.” Students may meet the academic requirements for admission to Law School upon satisfactory completion of any of the degree programs in the Woods College of Advancing Studies.
Professors: Kristin Bullwinkel, A.B. Smith, J.D. Suffolk; Martin Kane II, A.B., J.D. Boston College; Judge James Menno, Probate and Family Court, A.B., Ph.L., J.D. Boston College.
(No Law electives in Spring semester.)