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EKU Paralegal Programs Offer Study Abroad Opportunity for Online Students

Online paralegal students at EKU will have the unique opportunity to join their on-campus counterparts for an exciting summer in England as part of the study abroad program: Crime & Punishment: Murder, Mayhem & Dungeons.

Students will study London’s historic execution of justice and learn what swayed England to abolish the death penalty.

Residency Reflection: Jessica Keys-Hall

Residency Reflection: Jessica Keys-Hall

Written by Jessica Keys-Hall

Already have a Bachelor's Degree? Start the EKU Online Post-Bachelor's Certificate in Paralegal Studies

If you are you interested in the Paralegal field and hold a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university, the EKU Online post-bachelor's certificate in Paralegal studies may be for you. 

So, what is a Paralegal Residency Requirement Anyway?

EKU requires that you earn a minimum of ten hours of in-person credit as part of the Partially Online Paralegal Program.  Many of EKU’s Paralegal graduates feel that the residency piece is the best part of the partially Online Paralegal Program.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Linda Gosnell

Dr. Gosnell is a Visiting Lecturer in the EKU Paralegal Program. She teaches LAS 210: Introduction to the Law, LAS 220: Legal Research and Writing I, LAS 350: Litigation Evidence to Discovery; LAS 355: Litigation Trial to Appeal, and LAS 385: Legal Administration and Computer Application.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Meena Mohanty

Dr. Mohanty is an Assistant Professor in the EKU Paralegal Program. She teaches LAS 210: Introduction to the Law, LAS 220: Legal Research and Writing I, LAS 300: Legal Research and Writing II, LAS 340: Criminal Law and Practice, LAS 385: Legal Administration and Computer Applications.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Linda Wimberly

Partially Online Paralegal Program Professor WimberlyDr. Wimberly is an Associate Professor in the EKU Paralegal Program.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Lynnette Noblitt

Dr. Lynnette Noblitt teaches online paralegal classes

Dr. Noblitt is the Director of the EKU Paralegal Program and the Chair of the Department of Government.