Visit the UA-PTC Financial Aid webpage for more information on Private, College, and State scholarships.
Richard A. Williams Endowed Paralegal Technology Scholarship – Enrolled Paralegal student. The fall application deadline is April 1, 2020.
NFPA is now accepting applications for our annual scholarships, sponsored by Thomson Reuters and the Paralegal Education Group.
The NFPA/Thomson Reuters Scholarship will award a total of $5,000 to two paralegal students. The PCCE and PACE scholarships, sponsored by the Paralegal Education Group, cover the costs of a review manual, a PEG online review course and the exam fee for either the PACE or the PCCE.
All completed applications must be post-marked by July 1 in order to be considered.
The Amicus Curiae Paralegal Club will have its last regularly scheduled meeting of the semester this Thursday, November 17, at 5:00 pm in BTC237.
Speaker: Jeff Wankum, Wankum Law Firm
Topic: Importance of Criminal Defense and the Paralegal’s Role
We hope you can join us!
LEX 2017 Scholarship
The application deadline for the LEX 2017 Scholarships is January 13, 2017.
Click the links below to access the essay question, application, scholarship guidelines, and certification forms. Please share this information with your students.
This year's scholarship application includes a Certification of Good Standing Form, which students can use to verify their academic status with their institution.
If you have any questions about the LEX Scholarships, please contact AAfPE Headquarters at 407-774-7880 or email@example.com
Please click the links below to review and print all necessary documents to complete the LEX Scholarship application.
Mary M. Flaherty, JD
AAfPE Director, Baccalaureate Programs
Suffolk University, Boston, MA
JOIN US FOR THE FIRST AMICUS CURIAE PARALEGAL CLUB MEETING:
When: Thursday, August 25, 5:00 pm
Drop by to meet our officers, other members, and hear about our exciting plans for this year.
o New meeting time and place (or access by webinar!)
o Renew or complete a new membership form (only $10 membership fee!)
o Open officer position of Treasurer. Election to be held at the September meeting
o Constitution Day activities (Sept. 19)
o Possible trip to NALS convention in October (must be current member to participate*)
Come by and have a cookie with us before class!
*Note: Since our membership year begins anew with the fall semester, all current members must renew their membership in order to qualify for the NALS trip.
On the 100th anniversary of women being in the law in Arkansas, there were 380 women lawyers in the active practice of law, according to “Coming of Age: Women lawyers in Arkansas 1960-1984”, authored by Justice Annabelle Tuck and published by the Arkansas Bar Association, The Arkansas Lawyer, as part of a three-part series. The article also observed that “[t]he ground work laid by women licensed to practice law between 1918 and 1959, made it possible for those entering the legal profession since 1960 to reap the rewards of unlimited opportunity.”
In forward looking, Justice Tuck wrote about firsts yet to occur – the first woman elected to the circuit bench, to the Arkansas Supreme Court, the presidency of the Arkansas Bar Association – all of which have transpired since then.
As we reflect on Women’s History Month, let’s celebrate the inclusiveness of our profession and the collegiality that we have with each other.
Here are the articles from our 1985 Arkansas Lawyer. The Arkansas Bar Association is always your trusted source for information. Enjoy the great history of our Bar.
Amicus Curiae Legal Studies Club
Amicus Curiae Monthly Meeting
Stay tuned for Legal Studies Club Meeting Announcements.
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