AH Paralegal Practical Skills Course
AH Paralegal Training was founded in 1996 by Amanda Hamilton LLB (Hons) who graduated in 1982.
From 1983 to 1989 Amanda worked as a Paralegal in a small International Law firm based in London's West End. In 1989 she left the legal profession to set up a property consultancy and continued to work within that field until 1996.
Working as a Paralegal, it became apparent that there was little professional training to help new Paralegals understand their role fully. Amanda started up AH Paralegal Training which focused on the practical skills needed to be a Paralegal, giving it's students the confidence to take on freelance and employed roles.
Amanda dedicates her career to raising the professional standards of Paralegals. She is CEO of NALP (The National Association of Licensed Paralegals) the UK's longest running paralegal membership body which offers nationally certified qualifications for Paralegals.
The Practical Skills Course run by AH Paralegal Training since 1996, has recently been taken over by National Paralegal College, a recognised Centre of NALP and is accredited with 12 CPD points. You can find further details of the course on the NPC website.