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Newest CP!
Published on: 1/8/2019
Our member and Web Master, Rhoda Folkers, passed NALA's certification examination and is now a Certified Paralegal! Congratulations, Rhoda, we are so proud of you!

Firms, corporations, and agencies recognize the Certified Paralegal credential as a credible measure of paralegal competence. The credential has been acknowledged by the American Bar Association as a mark of high professional achievement, and more than 47 paralegal organizations and numerous bar associations also acknowledge the CP as the definitive paralegal certification.

Currently, over 8,900 paralegals may use the Certified Paralegal (CP) designation. The CP credential has been awarded to over 18,000 paralegals in its span of almost 40 years. The Certified Paralegal (CP) program is the first certification program accredited by NCCA which serves the legal community. (https://www.nala.org/certification)
Volunteer for the 44th Annual National Trial Competition
Published on: 1/8/2019
The U of A College of Law is hosting the regional competition for the 44th Annual National Trial Competition on January 25-27, 2019. Approximately twelve law schools from Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, and Northern California will be competing at this regional.
We are in need of volunteers to play the witness roles in these mock trials. The witnesses will get to work with the best trial advocates from the various schools in the competition. The time commitment is not onerous. They would need to read the deposition and exhibits a few times to understand their part and then show up for the trial.

We need witnesses for the following time slots:

Friday, January 25 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, January 26 9:00 a.m.

1:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 27 9:00 a.m.

If you or anyone else
Congratulations to Our Newest Certified Paralegal!
Published on: 7/13/2017
Our member, Holly Bristol, passed NALA's certification examination and is now a Certified Paralegal! Congratulations, Holly, we are so proud of you!

Firms, corporations, and agencies recognize the Certified Paralegal credential as a credible measure of paralegal competence. The credential has been acknowledged by the American Bar Association as a mark of high professional achievement, and more than 47 paralegal organizations and numerous bar associations also acknowledge the CP as the definitive paralegal certification.

Currently, over 8,900 paralegals may use the Certified Paralegal (CP) designation. The CP credential has been awarded to over 18,000 paralegals in its span of almost 40 years. The Certified Paralegal (CP) program is the first certification program accredited by NCCA which serves the legal community. (https://www.nala.org/certification)


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3507 E. Campbell Ave, Ste 111
Tucson, AZ 85719