Reeves College Grads Help Keep Community Safe
Calgary, AB - September 30, 2009 - With crime a reality for most communities, citizens increasingly turn to legal professionals to keep them safe. By having someone who understands the law on your side, protecting yourself and your property is a lot easier. At Reeves College, producing knowledgeable, hard-working legal professionals is a top priority.
"As far as crime prevention topics go, we cover many different areas of law that elaborate on how citizens can protect themselves, and their property," says Joanne Peters, a Legal instructor at Reeves College. "We cover Real Estate, Insurance Law, Litigation and Criminal Law just to name a few."
Students of Reeves Legal Administrative Assistant and Paralegal diploma programs are taught how to work and think independently, which helps regular citizens get the help they need as soon as possible.
"Legal assistants and paralegals can complete tasks that allow lawyers to free up their time to work on more complex matters," Peters says. "Our graduates have gained employment in law offices, the court system, government and insurance."
With a system full of well-trained legal professionals, Albertans can breathe a little easier knowing there is a framework in place to help them when they need it the most. For those who are interested in career in law, Reeves College offers the comprehensive Legal Administrative Assistant diploma program that can be completed in less than a year. For more comprehensive legal training, the college offers the Paralegal diploma program which can be completed in just two years.
Reeves College is currently accepting applications for both their Legal Administrative Assistant and Paralegal programs. More information on this program is available at Reeves College/Legal-Programs.