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Regulation of the Paralegal Profession – NFPA Says “Yes”

Regulation of the Paralegal Profession – NFPA Says “Yes”

The latest edition of The Paralegal Voice, “Regulation of the Paralegal Profession – NFPA Says “Yes,” co-hosted by Vicki Voisin and me, is available at Legal Talk Network.

We welcome National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA) leaders, Georgette Lovelace, RP and Tracey L. Young, RP. They talk about the benefits NFPA provides to its members, NFPA’s position on regulation of the paralegal profession and its upcoming convention. These experienced paralegals also offer advice to listeners considering a paralegal career.

In this episode:

  • NFPA history and goals
  • Member benefits
  • NFPA’s position on regulation and how it can help the paralegal profession
  • Joint conference held in Washington, DC
  • Upcoming annual convention in October 2010
  • Advice for listeners considering a paralegal career
  • The potential impact of social media on your career

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One Response to Regulation of the Paralegal Profession – NFPA Says “Yes”

  1. What legal tasks would a license allow paralegals to perform?
    What are the proposed educational standards for licensure?

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