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Jennifer Williams, a paralegal at White & Allen, P.A., has successfully completed the two-day examination that entitles her to use the Certified Legal Assistant/Certified Paralegal credential.
Williams is among 446 paralegals in the state of North Carolina and 15,378 nationwide who have attained this goal and can carry the CLA/CP designation. The CLA/CP examination program is a voluntary professional credentialing program developed by the National Association of Legal Assistants and administered by a board composed of paralegals, members of the American Bar Association and members of the field of education active in paralegal training.
Williams has been with White & Allen since July of 2007. In that same year, she graduated from Meredith College in Raleigh with a Bachelor of Arts degree. She works for White & Allen in the areas of tax, qualified retirement plans, estate planning, estate administration, business planning, corporations and limited liability companies.
Williams is a native of Newport, N.C. and now resides in Winterville.
White & Allen, P.A. is a full-service law firm that has offered a wide range of legal services to Eastern North Carolina since 1927. Its practice areas include bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, civil litigation, personal injury, commercial law, corporate law, criminal law, elder law, employee benefits, employment law, estate planning and administration, family law, health care law, real estate and tax planning.
Congratulations, Ms. Williams, for obtaining the NALA certification.