In the Press | April News Coverage Roundup

Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals
Amanda Hamilton

This month was a big one for media coverage at NALP! CEO Amanda Hamilton's article on what to do if someone defames your business appeared in many different publications, including:

March 28 – Kent Business Radio:

March 29 – Recruiter:

April 1 – Technologgie:

April 10 – CompanyBug:

April 16 – Title Media:

April 23 – ByteStart:

April 25 – LID Radio:

We at NALP are glad to be getting the word out about this serious issue. But our news coverage didn't end there – April also saw the publication of two more of Amanda's articles!


On April 29th, 'The Future of the Paralegal Sector' was published on Simply Law Jobs:

And on April 30th, 'The Case for Regulation and Regulated Qualifications for Paralegals' was published on The Barrister:

That's all for now, but be sure to check back next month for more news updates!


Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals
Amanda Hamilton

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