Work experience (typically unpaid) within a private law firm, government agency, court office, corporation, insurance company, bank, real estate company, community service agency, health care facility, or other appropriate office. Supervised by a licensed, practicing attorney, the student will observe and participate as a paralegal in the operation of the assigned office. A resume and interview with the prospective internship employer are required. As a capstone course, the internship must be scheduled as one of the final courses in the associate-degree major. Student must successfully complete 24 LAS credits prior to enrolling in this course. Restricted to LA or BLA majors. 3 Credits (0 Lecture - 15 Internship)