Announcements

Nominations Now Open for NFPA Awards

Do you know a bright, hardworking paralegal who deserves an award? NFPA will recognize outstanding paralegals and their contributions to the profession at the Annual Convention and Policy Meeting in October. We are currently accepting nominations for individuals and associations in six award categories. 

Learn more and nominate!


Apply for a Paralegal Scholarship

NFPA is now accepting applications for our annual scholarships! NFPA/Thomson Reuters Scholarships will award a total of $5,000 to two paralegal students. For NFPA members who are not students but still want to pursue a paralegal education, NFPA is also offering scholarships for PCCE and PACE.

Learn more and apply!


New NFPA Blog Post: Potential Bias of a Juror

In this blog post, Nancy Bagatti, paralegal at Perkins Coie LLP, summarizes a case in which a juror was acquainted with a paralegal for the prosecution. Read about this case on the NFPA blog.

 

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Continuing Legal Education
& Upcoming Events

During the course access period, students have around-the-clock access to faculty for questions, consultations, and support. Additionally, all review students have access to the paralegal forums, a virtual community for students and faculty to interact and participate in discussion threads to support their studying.

In the event that a student does not pass an examination following one of our review courses, that student will be able to enroll in a future course free of charge.

When: 5/1/2017
Where:

IPA's Annual Spring Education Conference

When: 5/4/2017
Where: Robert Morris University

Employment law

When: 5/4/2017
Where: Rochester, NY