School of Justice Studies Blog

Written by Rasmussen College - School of Justice Studies instructors and students, the justice studies blog shares criminal justice articles and infographics about career and educational paths in law enforcement, paralegal studies, and health services.

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Civil Law vs. Criminal Law: Breaking Down the Differences

Whether you are interested in exploring a career in law or just curious about how our legal system works, it can be helpful to understand the nuances of the field. One common confusion is civil law versus criminal law. Join us as we explore the differences.

Order in the Court! A Visual Guide to Courtroom Jobs [Infographic]

Who are all of those people in the courtroom? What do they do? It turns out you don’t have to go to law school to work in this environment. There are a variety of courtroom jobs out there for people of all interests and education levels. Use this handy resource to learn more about who’s who in the courtroom.

8 Things You Didn't Know About the Rasmussen College Law Enforcement Program

If you’re considering a career in law enforcement, you may be wondering how the path differs from the traditional academic track. These programs are chock full of the interesting and essential training courses law enforcement professionals need to excel in their field. Learn more about what makes the Rasmussen College program unique.

Is Cyberbullying Illegal? When Comments Turn Criminal

Cyberbullying has become a prevalent issue in today's society. But it’s difficult to understand what it really means at a legal level. But is cyberbullying illegal? Could it actually result in jail time? Keep reading for expert insights and clarity on the legal ramifications of cyberbullying.

Investigate Your Future: Are You Destined for a Crime-Solving Career?

It takes more than CSI reruns to be an ideal candidate for the job. So how do you know whether you’d be a good fit? We dug into the research and spoke with an expert investigator to find out what it takes to solve crimes in real life. Read on to find out if a crime-solving career could be in your future.

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