Registration Now Open - NFPA 2018 Joint Conference
"Promoting Paralegals in the Bluegrass"
April 27 - 29 at Hilton Lexington/Downtown
Lexington, KY
Hosted by the Greater Lexington Paralegal Association

Check out the agendas for all three days. (more)

Association Spotlight 
The Paralegal Association of Rochester, Inc.

The Paralegal Association of Rochester, Inc. (PAR) is a not-for-profit organization serving paralegals and the legal community in the Greater Rochester Area since 1975.  We became the 30th member association of the NFPA in 1981 and we are a founding member association of the Empire State Alliance of Paralegal Associations, Inc. (ESAPA), founded in 1988.

PAR is thrilled to be the host association for NFPA’s 2019 Convention to be held at the Hyatt Regency Rochester, October 10 – 13, 2019.  Our theme is Continued Focus on Legal Rights.  So if you want to know what PAR’s working on – 2019 is it!  We have a terrific committee helping with the various tasks to pull together a successful convention.  (more)


NFPA Members Support Operation Gratitude

NFPA is pleased to announce our corporate partnership with Operation Gratitude. Operation Gratitude sends Care Packages filled with entertainment, hygiene, and handmade items, non-perishable snacks, and personal letters of appreciation to U.S. Troops, First Responders, Veterans, Military Families, and Wounded Heroes & their Care Givers.

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Continuing Legal Education
& Upcoming Events

Speaker: Emily R. Morrison, Knox County Prosecutor’s Office

This presentation reviews the best way to preserve evidence on multiple social media platforms and what is required to obtain it. This session will also review the different types of formats in which the evidence is provided from social media platforms and how to go through that material. There will be actual examples shown and discussed, as well as handouts provided.

Learning Objectives:

      1. Knowing what information the most popular platforms retain and for how long.
      2. Knowing what information is required in a preservation letter and where to find it.
      3. What will be provided with a subpoena and what will be provided with a search warrant.
      4. Understanding what formats the information will be obtained and how to go through it.

Session approved for 1.0 CLE credit

Cost is $25 for NFPA members and $50 for non-members.

When: 3/28/2018
Where: Zoom webinar

When: 4/13/2018
Where: Sacramento, CA