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Casper College offers two degrees in the Paralegal Program and prepares its students for transfer to bachelor programs. We also offer a post bachelor's Legal Assistant Certificate. Our research courses provide our students with legal research skills, fact investigation skills, and computer assisted legal research skills with Westlaw. Other courses provide students with skills in digesting depositions, organizing case files, and drafting of discovery documents, wills, contracts, corporation forms, and family law documents. Students also organize a trial notebook, interview expert witnesses, research evidentiary issues, draft a settlement brochure, prepare a medical chronology, and draft jury instructions. Our students are assisted in job placement through a job search seminar and internships.

Students are encouraged to take the C.P. Exam (Certified Paralegal Exam) which is offered three times a year at Casper College. A review course is offered each fall to prepare for this exam. The C.P. credential is a requirement for many jobs and is a nationally recognized credential.

  Contact Information:

Crystal Sosalla
Academic Assistant
LH 166

Mary Kubichek
Department Head

Specifics on the Casper College Legal Assistant Program (PDF document)

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Note: Graduates are not authorized to provide direct legal services to the public. The paralegal program provides training for paralegals who are authorized to perform substantive legal work under the supervision of a lawyer. A paralegal cannot establish the relationship with a client, set fees, represent a client in court or give legal advice. Students with felony convictions may not be able to obtain traditional paraleal positions. Transfer students may only transfer nine (9) hours of legal specialty courses.

  • Mary Kubichek
    • Phone: (307) 268-2618
    • Office: LH 175H
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Casper College Legal Services
Providing access to justice through service learning.

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How it works:

  • Clients are accepted in August and January
  • Clients are interviewed by current students and graduates of the Casper College Paralegal Program. A licensed attorney then reviews the information and qualified cases are assigned to licensed attorneys
  • Paralegals provide pro bono legal services - supervised by pro bono attorneys
  • Clients pay costs but no attorney fees


The program works with civil matters such as:
  • simple wills
  • uncontested dirvorces
  • name changes
  • small claims

For more information please conact
Casper College Legal Services

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There are numerous opportunities within the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences at Casper College. The school is comprised of 13 departments including: Addictionology, Anthropology, Communication, Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, History, International Studies, Paralegal Studies, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, and Sociology (which includes Social Work).

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