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

What’s the difference between a paralegal and a solicitor, and when might it make sense to use one? Amanda Hamilton, Chief Executive of the National Association of Licenced Paralegals, explains.

A paralegal is legally trained and educated to perform legal tasks and offer legal assistance but is not a qualified solicitor. Paralegals can do virtually everything that a solicitor can do except ‘Reserved Activities’ 

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Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals
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