Former IBMC College graduate, Philip Lieder, has been hired to teach Paralegal Degree and diploma classes to students seeking a career in law at the Longmont, Colorado campus.
Longmont, CO (August 25, 2014): IBMC College announced that Philip Lieder has been hired to teach students in the School of Paralegal Studies at IBMC College’s Longmont campus, located at 2315 North Main Street.
In this particular field, students can train for paralegal career in 12-19 months, as prescribed. Courses prepare students for entry-level careers in the legal field, and a team of Placement Coordinators assist with career placement assistance.
During the legal program in the School of Paralegal Studies, students will receive Microsoft Office Specialist certification and learn how to prepare legal documents, conduct client and witness interviews, substantiate matters of the law and train for career opportunities in law offices, real estate firms, banking fields, government agencies and title companies.
Lieder is currently working on his MBA from the University of Colorado in Denver, CO and expects to graduate in the Fall of 2015. In 2011, he graduated with his Paralegal Certificate from IBMC College in Fort Collins, CO and earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Philosophy.
He has worked for Johnson, Brennan & Klein, PLLC in Boulder, CO since 2011 – where he maintains the firm’s Quickbooks files and maintains all aspects of client representation.
To learn more about the programs available in the School of Paralegal Studies in Longmont, call IBMC College at (303) 651-6819 or visit ibmc.edu.