Students @ Phoenix College - Paralegal Studies Program

Teaching Opportunities

Part-Time Teaching Opportunities

We offer both an associate degree and a certificate of completion in Paralegal Studies.  We are always interested in hearing from persons interested in serving as a part time instructor in the program. Because of the number of requests we receive from those interested in instructing, we cannot always respond to inquiries directly. Therefore, we have created this “e-info” sheet for your convenience. It should answer most of your questions. 

Desired Qualifications for Paralegal Studies Program Adjunct Instructors

  • A degree from an ABA accredited law school
  • A member in good standing of the Arizona State Bar
  • Experience working with paralegals


  • A bachelor degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  • A minimum of five years continuous and current employment as a practicing paralegal
  • CLA/CP and/or RP certification

Application Procedure

Applicants must include the following:

  • An original, OFFICIAL copy of your college transcripts in the original. sealed envelope from the issuing institution 
  • a current resume
  • a cover letter that clearly explains your experience working with, or as, a paralegal.

For law school graduates, you need only furnish your law school transcripts. For others, transcripts from both your bachelor degree and your master degree are required.

Send your transcripts, along with your resume and cover letter to:

Phoenix College 
Paralegal Studies Program
ATTN: Scott A. Hauert
1202 W. Thomas Road, RM. E-216
Phoenix Arizona 85013

In your cover letter, it would be helpful to indicate the course or courses you would be interested in teaching. View a list of our required courses and electives. To see the description of a course, simply click on the course number (e.g, LAS109).