WHY ENROLL IN THE PARALEGAL PROGRAM ?

Here Are 19 Reasons To Enroll in the Paralegal Program: Fastest Growing Industry; Pays Well; Not Just Law Firms ─Paralegal Education Can Open Many Career Doors; Path to Law School; Learn Skills that Are Transferable to Many Other Career Paths; Business Purpose: Startup or Expand Your Business; Advocacy: Civil Rights, Immigration; Know and Understand Your Rights; Training for Community Advocate; Stepping Stone to a Political Career; Develop Your Marketing, Oral and Written Communication Skills; Learn the Basics of Small Business; Write Quickly and Well, with a Professional Tone that All Businesses Require; Learn How to Do Research Efficiently; Learn How to Read, Understand and Summarize Complex Pieces of Writing; Learn How to Keep Meticulous and Organized Records; Learn the Importance of Technology and How to Use It Effectively; Get an Additional Certificate which Enhances Your Resume and Opportunity;  Parlay Your Experience into Self-employment.

THE CHAMBERS' PARALEGAL PROGRAM

Welcome to the Chambers’ Paralegal and Legal Marketing Certificate Programs, cornerstones of our Chambers, (501(c6)), NYC Media Training Inc. (501(c)(3)) and the Law Firm of Figeroux & Associates, Ask The Lawyer Radio Show; an initiative to educate the Diaspora on important legal issues.

Based on the 19 reasons outlined above, we believe that a legal education, the ability to do proper research, the ability to communicate your ideas effectively and an affordable education, can make all participants more productive citizens for themselves and society. In this new age and also before, FAKE NEWS has become REAL NEWS even more. With our Certificate Programs, we open minds and we hope with your opened mind, you will empower others.

At the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Paralegals & Legal Assistants and Legal Marketing careers, are described as lucrative careers. As we say in our Programs, DO YOUR RESEARCH!

The Chamber Paralegal Certificate Program includes these OPTIONAL classes. Choose any 3 of the following:

Certificate in Paralegal Studies & Certificate in Legal Marketing

To graduate with an additional Certificate in Legal Marketing these are the required courses listed below:
• Introduction to Legal Marketing (10 Classes)
•Introduction to Blogging Boot Camp (3 Classes)
•Introduction to Legal Website Design Concepts (3 Classes)
•Introduction to Event Planning & Strategies (5 Classes)
•Introduction to Newsletter Development (3 Classes)

Certificate in Paralegal Studies & Certificate in Legal Marketing

To graduate with an additional Certificate in Legal Marketing these are the required courses listed below:
• Introduction to Legal Marketing (10 Classes)
•Introduction to Blogging Boot Camp (3 Classes)
•Introduction to Legal Website Design Concepts (3 Classes)
•Introduction to Event Planning & Strategies (5 Classes)
•Introduction to Newsletter Development (3 Classes)

WHAT FORMER STUDENTS SAID ABOUT THE CHAMBER PARALEGAL PROGRAM

Ask The Lawyer Radio Show
with Attorney Brian Figeroux

Ask the Lawyer with Brian Figeroux, Esq. You have questions, we have answers on Immigration & Matrimonial Law, Wills, Estate & Trusts, Civil Rights, Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, Taxation, Landlord & Tenant, Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability and Real Estate Transactions. We bring you the latest updates on the law and community issues.

Podcast Description

The big topic today is VAWA, the Violence Against Women Act. When the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Vermont announced on July 18, that a federal grand jury returned a 12-count indictment against Arleigh Louison, 53, of Brooklyn, for running an immigration fraud scheme, a search warrant of his office revealed thousands of VAWA applications where false statements were made in connection with Form 1-360 petitions for status adjustments under VAWA. Brian Figeroux, Esq. a member of the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (AILA), who has been practicing immigration law for over 20 years, explains who qualifies for VAWA and also speaks on Advance Parole.

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