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In the Press | September News Coverage Roundup



September 2019 News Coverage Roundup



Last month NALP and it's CEO Amanda Hamilton featured in multiple media sources. In September one of the NALP members, Craig Johnson also enjoyed some media attention, we bring you his article below.

Here is a brief synopsis and links to the press pieces:


On August 30 PI Brief Update Law Journal published a piece "How to choose the right Paralegal Course for you, and what to look out for if you are a PI Firm wishing to sponsor your Paralegal Employees" by Amanda Hamilton:

"Addressing the myths about Paralegals" guest blog for Simply Law Jobs appeared on September the 5th:

Another piece exploring this topic was published in the Liverpool Law September issue under the heading "Myths and assumptions about Paralegals - what is the truth?". We will be republishing this piece in full in the coming months, grab your paper copy while they are still available.

The Legal 500 Jobs featured Amanda's step by step guide on "How to become a paralegal". Read it here:

Nursery Management Today published an article "On Your Terms" looking into best practice for drafting terms and conditions. Get hold of your copy today. NALP will publish the article in the coming months.

TotallyLegal, Your Coffee Break, Technologgie, Small Business Insider and The Money Pages - all picked up NALP member Craig Johnson's article looking into the differences between McKenzie Friends and Paralegals. Not bad for a debut!

"What is the difference between McKenzie Friends and Paralegals?" -

"Paralegals and McKenzie Friends - which is which and sho should you choose if going to court?" -

"McKenzie Friends and Paralegals - what are they and how do they differ?"-

"Who do you choose, and how, when going to court – McKenzie Friend or Paralegal? -

"McKenzie Friend or Paralegal? What you need to know if you are going to court" -


What a month! Looking forward to more to come in October. Keep an eye out for NALP's stories.



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