Announcements

Save the Date - 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

We have a small block of rooms available; click here to check availability and book. If you are unable to secure a room at the Hilton, there are a number of other hotels within walking distance. (more)


New Resource for Student Members

NFPA Student Members have exclusive access to the Paralegal Education Group (PEG) Student Support & Resource Platform.

With the paralegal student membership options, students receive unlimited access to continuing education, academic support, and professional resources along with around the clock access to our network of paralegal professors. 

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Association Spotlight
Greater Lexington Paralegal Association

The GLPA was formed in 1980, then known as the Lexington Paralegal Association, by a small group of paralegals wanting to move the profession forward. In 1990, the LPA applied for and was accepted by the NFPA to become a member. By 1993, the LPA board voted to expand our membership to include paralegals working outside of Lexington, but close enough to be involved, thus changing our name to the Greater Lexington Paralegal Association which became effective in 1994. (more)

 

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Continuing Legal Education
& Upcoming Events

The NFPA Board of Directors meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 8:00 pm Eastern/7:00 pm Central/6:00 pm Mountain/5:00 pm Pacific. Meetings are open to all NFPA members.

When: 2/20/2018
Where: Zoom

Please join us for the February 2018 Employment Law Sectional. Topic: A review of the significant cases, rulings and developments from 2017 and a look ahead for what to expect in 2018. Speakers: Lily Dobson and Trevor Brown Lily Dobson is an associate in Dorsey and Whitney’s Labor & Employment group, where she provides legal research and litigation support on various employment law issues. In addition, Lily works to advise clients on best practices and compliance with both state and federal laws. Trevor is an associate in Dorsey’s Labor & Employment group. His practice includes providing litigation support on employment issues that arise under state and federal law, as well as advice and research for clients with employment-related legal questions.

When: 2/27/2018
Where: Thrivent Financial & Go To Meeting Street Address: 625 Fourth Ave. S. City: Minneapolis State / Province: MN Postal / Zip Code: 55415

Recent research has found that elder financial exploitation is widespread, expensive, even deadly, and spans a broad spectrum of conduct including, the taking of money or property, forging an older person’s signature, getting an older person to sign over financial ownership via deeds, or giving power of attorney through deception, coercion or undue influence, or perpetrating scams or other fraudulent or deceptive acts.

$25 for NFPA members and $50 for non-members. Eligible for 1 CLE.

When: 2/28/2018
Where: GotoWebinar