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This Research Guide will help you to locate and use Library resources for NCC's Paralegal Studies program, including books, periodicals, online subscription databases and websites.
The curriculum of NCC's Paralegal program provides students with the practical skills, knowledge, and values necessary to become effective members of a legal team. Most of the legal specialty courses are taught by attorneys, and focus on the knowledge and skills necessary to function successfully in today's job market. Students learn the ethical rules and standards of practice, and develop a framework for resolving ethical dilemmas while maintaining client confidentiality. An internship in a professional office also provides practical experience.
Recent events have highlighted issues related to the U.S. Constitution and other aspects of federal law. Please visit the Library's research guide for the American Constitutional Law course (POLS 105G) for more information on the following topics.
Even though both NCC Libraries are open again, you can still borrow books and other materials remotely by using our Library to Go service. You can choose quick pickup on campus, or free delivery to your home.
Use Library to Go PLUS to request: