In the Press | June News Coverage Roundup

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


June 2019 News Coverage Roundup



The month of June saw a ton of press activity for NALP! Here are the highlights:


Over the course of the month, CEO of NALP Amanda Hamilton's article on formulating Terms and Conditions for your business appeared in the following publications:

June 6 – Small Business Insider

June 6 – Technologgie

June 7 – Entrepreneur & Investor

June 12 – LID Radio:

June 20 – Company Bug:


On June 14, her blog post on Simply Law Jobs entitled 'Why transparency is now essential in the legal services sector' also generated significant interest:


Then on June 22, her piece 'What is the legal path if someone lies about you or your business was featured on Entrepreneur & Investor!


And finally, an item from May which we didn't get to mention! On May 24, Amanda Hamilton and Jane Robson were featured in the PI Brief Update Law Journal with their article, "The Case for Regulation and Regulated Qualifications for Paralegals."


That's it for this month, but keep an eye on this page for more press updates and roundups!

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Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals
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