(PRWEB) June 28, 2016 -- Amata’s aLawCenters congratulates employees Grant Drager and Diana Garcia for graduating from DePaul’s Intensive Paralegal Program. Grant and Diana have worked with Amata as client consultants and are excited to start their careers as paralegals. The 17-Week Paralegal Studies Certificate Program includes both evening classes and online study to cater to the schedules of full time employees. The program focuses on the practical skills needed to succeed as a paralegal and requires students to pass comprehensive exams covering a broad spectrum of knowledge and skills.
Diana and Grant worked closely with Amata CEO Ron Bockstahler when deciding which Paralegal Program would be the best option for them. After much research, they collectively chose DePaul and began the rigorous program in the Winter of 2016. During this program, both students worked full time with Amata while attending class at night. Grant Drager said, “The clients were with me every step of the way through my education, from daily encouragement and support, to asking questions and discussing legal topics to further my legal knowledge and thinking.” Working with Amata while taking classes offered Grant and Diana the opportunity to be exposed to all areas of law, and has given them a rich education that they can apply to their position as paralegals. Diana added, “I am really looking forward to this new endeavor as client satisfaction has always been a top priority in my career.”
aLawCenters are law offices providing all the services and amenities you would expect from a large, highly successful law firm, without the costly overhead. aLawCenters has a networking practice of over 600 attorneys, providing legal support services; reception, mail processing, administration and paralegal services. This community of attorneys allowed both Grant and Diana to be exposed to invaluable information and scenarios that could not be learned in the classroom.
Dan O'Malley, aLawCenters, http://amataoffices.com, +1 (312) 7882712, [email protected]