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A paralegal can work for other entities or businesses depending on the situation. However, a paralegal cannot act as an attorney or perform any legal work which is not overseen by an attorney.
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Would you please name some entities or businesses? Thank you.
A paralegal can use his/her skills to perform work for corporations (insurance companies, banks, oil companies, private equity companies, etc).
Being a paralegal provides a person with skills that are applicable in administration, human resources, compliance, etc.
Outside of a law firm or corporate legal department the job title will not be "paralegal". However, the fact that one is a paralegal will help one get jobs like those mentioned above.
1) The paralegal who works for a corporation which must have an attorney or legal department?
2) Or the paralegal who works for a corporation which have an outside attorney who will review the paralegal's work? Thank you.
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