Press release | NALP and Yay!Starter Marketing announce partnership to further promote the status of paralegal profession.

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

NALP and Yay!Starter Marketing announce partnership to further promote the status of paralegal profession.

 

London, UK, 7th March 2019, One week prior to the National Paralegal Day, NALP (National Association of Licensed Paralegals), it’s training arm NALP Training trading as National Paralegal College and Yay!Starter Marketing announced partnership to promote the status of paralegal professionals in England, Wales and abroad. 

 

Building on the success achieved by NALP in the recent years, Yay!Starter will help to grow further awareness of the paralegal profession, its membership body and the benefits of utilizing the services of Professional Paralegals to businesses, universities and individuals. 

 

NALP and NPC CEO Amanda Hamilton said: ‘I feel sure that working together with Yay!Starter Marketing will take us to a different level of awareness about the value of using the services of Professional Paralegals and the importance to prospective paralegals of gaining nationally recognized paralegal qualifications…’ 

 

Yana Lapitskaya, Managing Director of Yay!Starter Marketing said: ‘We are thrilled to start our partnership with the NALP team and to continue our journey in the professional services industry. Apart from delivering the digital marketing services, we are looking to employ our knowledge of membership organisations and learning technologies to provide our partners with the best support in both marketing and digital domains.’

 

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About NALP/NPC:

NALP (National Association of Licensed Paralegals) is a non-profit body that is recognised as an awarding organization by Ofqual. Through its training arm – NALP Training trading as National Paralegal College (NPC), accredited recognised professional paralegal qualifications are offered for a career as a paralegal professional. NPC currently offers three qualification levels: Level 3 Qualifications in Paralegal Practice (Award, Certificate and Diploma), Level 4 Diploma in Paralegal Studies and Level 7 Post Graduate Diploma in Paralegal Practice.

 

About Yay!Starter Marketing:

Yay!Starter Marketing – https://www.yaystarter.com/ – is a marketing and digital services provider. It helps ambitious companies that want to succeed in a world dominated by digital technology and digital marketing. Operating as an extension of the internal team, it always puts client’s best interest first.

 

For more information please contact:

NALP/NPC: Info@nationalparalegals.co.uk or 020 7112 8034

Yay!Starter Marketing: yana@yaystarter.com or +44 7985 529 802

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Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals
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