New Board Member – Caroline Spencer-Boulton

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


We are very happy to announce that Caroline Spencer-Boulton will be joining NALP's Governing Board. 

Caroline is a Principal Fellow of NALP and holds a Licence to Practice specialising in the field of Criminal Defence.  She was granted Licenced Access by the Bar Standards Board in 2017.

In addition, Caroline is a Police Station Accredited Representative.  She has 14 years experience working within criminal defence.

"We are thrilled that Caroline will be joining our board, her experience as a Licenced Paralegal will be a great assest when understanding our Membership Body members needs, and is a NALP qualified Paralegal so will have vaulable insights into Paralegal training and qualifications. Over the past few months we've had many fantastic new members join our board and we look forward to welcoming them all at our next meeting in spring" – Amanda Hamilton NALP's CEO

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Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals
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