Aba Definition Of Legal Assistant

FIFTH AMENDED AND RESTATED BYLAWS OF THE HOUSTON METROPOLITAN …
For the purposes of these Bylaws, the definition of a paralegal Certified Legal Assistant/Certified Paralegal through NALA and have American Bar Association, the National Association of Paralegals, and such other

The Paralegal Association
Develop Lawyer-Legal Assistant committees and establish associate membership in both legal associations. LACO also assists in drafting the definition of “Paralegal” (later adopted almost verbatim by the American Bar Association or ABA).

Application Pikes Peak Paralegals 2012
Paralegal/legal assistant, and that he/she meets the criteria of the definition of a paralegal/legal assistant set forth by the American Bar Association, to wit: he/she is a person, qualified by education, training or work experience, who is

ALABAMA ASSOCIATION OF PARALEGALS, INC
_____ Any individual who holds a bachelor’s or associate’s degree in Paralegal Studies from an ABA approved paralegal program DEFINITION OF PARALEGAL. A legal assistant or paralegal is a person qualified by education,

SBM Legal Assistants Section Name Change
I started at the top with the American Bar Association (ABA), legal educators. Although the ABA was using the term “legal assistant” at with a specific definition would be a better choice. How about “legal

Legal Studies Institute
ABA Definition, Adopted by NALA in 2001 . The Paralegal Program is a CLA/CP (Certified Legal Assistant/Certified Paralegal) Examination: Our program has 40 semester hours. In order to comply with NALA requirements you need to have

Become A Paralegal Member
This definition does not include provisional members of the enrolled in a North Carolina program of paralegal or legal assistant studies that is either (a) American Bar Association Guidelines for the Approval of Paralegal Education

PARALEGAL ASSOCIATION OF FLORIDA, INC.
(also known as Legal Assistant) ___ Graduation from an American Bar Association (“ABA”) approved program of study for paralegals. meets the criteria of the definition of a paralegal/legal assistant set forth by ch. 57.104, Florida Statutes,