One way to demonstrate your preparedness for the demanding field of law is by becoming an ALP. This designation is awarded after passing a four-hour, three-part examination. Attaining this goal demonstrates your commitment and aptitude for succeeding in the ever-changing legal environment.
How do your skills compare with the hallmark of a professional? CLP® is the designation for lawyers' assistants who want to be identified as exceptional. Certification is received after passing a four-part examination which demonstrates not only dedication to professionalism, but acceptance of the challenge to be exceptional. Personal motivation is necessary to attain such a goal.
Are you looking for a way to establish your credentials nationwide as a Professional Paralegal? Established in 2004 at our members' request, the Certified PP designation is an attainable goal for paralegals who wish to be identified as exceptional in all areas of law. The certificate is received after passing four-hour examination.
You have your PP or PLS certification, but you want more. The Specialty Certificate Program is for those who want to go above and beyond. A Specialty Certificate is received after obtaining 50 CLE credit hours in one of the specialty tracks designated by NALS:
Law Office Management
Personal Injury Law
Real Estate Law
This program will set you apart from the competition and make your area of expertise known.