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Serving Oregon and Southwest Washington members since 1981
Pacific Northwest Paralegal Association (PNPA) is an association of paralegals, who through education, knowledge and experience perform substantive work under the direction of attorneys. PNPA members know that through proper utilization of paralegals, the client receives quality, cost-effective legal representation. PNPA members have an educational requirement to maintain membership in the association, so they are inspired to continue their legal education, take classes, teach classes and seminars, and improve their skills. Read our Mission Statement.
Please join Pacific Northwest Paralegal Association (PNPA) for the upcoming Legal Alliance Dinner Seminar on November 10, 2015, at 5:00 pm. Register now for PNPA's Legal Alliance Dinner Seminar featuring:
Topic: Electronic Forensics
Speakers: Tony Merlino and Ryan Maxwell
Date: November 10, 2015
Time: 5:00 to 7:00 pm
Location: DTI, 921 SW Washington Street, Ste. 8504, Portland, OR 97205
Registration fees are discounted for PNPA members and students of paralegal studies:
PRICE: $15.00 Students
$20.00 PNPA Members
For any questions, please contact Tracey Curtis, PNPA Education Coordinator, email@example.com, or Francesca Hrenko, PNPA President, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Credit: Qualifies for 1.0 hour CLE Credit for PNPA, (.15 CLE credit approved by NALA and eligible for 1.0 hour credit for NFPA)
Payment options: 1) send in check or bring it to the Seminar, along with Registration Form, or 2) pay by credit card or Paypal button below, email registration form to email@example.com:
PNPA is an affiliated association of NALA
PNPA was formed to provide its members with a forum for the exchange of knowledge and ideas; to foster active communication among paralegals; to encourage and expand the utilization of paralegals; to participate in the development of the paralegal profession; to promote the education and professional standards of the paralegal profession; and to improve relations between paralegals and the legal community.
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