Growing Rose State Paralegal Program Adds Professor Published February 11, 2016

Adam Bush PortraitMidwest City, Okla. – With the projected growth in the paralegal profession across the nation and growth of the program at Rose State, Adam Bush joins the Rose State Paralegal Studies Program as the newest full-time professor.  

Bush is a licensed attorney in the state of Oklahoma where he has served as the Managing Partner of the Adam Bush Law Firm, P.C., prior to that he served the citizens of Cleveland County in the Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office, and has represented clients in the U.S. Supreme Court and Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.

“I’m looking forward to working closely with Rose State’s Student Engagement Office and focus my efforts on recruitment,” Professor Bush said. “High school students have so many options and a career in the paralegal field is a great opportunity, one that college-bound students need to hear more about.”

Enrollment for the paralegal program at Rose State has more than doubled since the spring 2015. On a nationwide level the paralegal professions is expected to grow 17 percent by 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The earning potential in the Oklahoma City area for paralegals is $45,000-$64,000, according to Brandon Burris, Professor and Director of the Rose State Paralegal Studies Program. “Professor Bush is an experienced attorney and teacher. We are thrilled to have him on board to grow the program even further,” commented Burris.

The Rose State paralegal program is a member of the American Association for Paralegal Education. More information on the program can be found at


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Rose State College is a community college offering more than 60 degree and skilled-occupational programs conveniently located seven minutes from downtown Oklahoma City.