In the Press | Executive Secretary – Are you working as a paralegal without realising it?

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


We have dedicated over 30 years to raising the profile for paralegals and getting paralegals recognised for the work they do within the legal sector.

As part of our continued campaign to promote the role of Paralegals, we've been published in more than 60 publications in a year. 

In this article NALP's CEO Amanda Hamilton discusses the role of paralegals and the career benefits of further training and recognition for Paralegals. 

In the current economic climate, adding an extra qualification or recognised skill can boost your career, your status within an organization and can set you apart from other candidates when job hunting

Read the full article here on Executive Secretary. 

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

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