Welcome to the New Orleans Paralegal Association (NOPA) website. NOPA is a voluntary non-profit organization composed of paralegals, students, and vendors who are interested in furthering their own professional development and promote the professional advancement of paralegals in the Greater New Orleans area. NOPA is proudly affiliated with the National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA). Please visit our Events Calendar section above to find out more about our upcoming meetings and socials. You can also click on the icons below to check out out Facebook and LinkedIn pages. Thank you for your interest in the New Orleans Paralegal Association.
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY: Please be advised that due to issues with PayPal, all automatic renewals have been terminated. This means that going forward all membership fees will need to be processed through PayPal. You can continue to use PayPal as a payment method it just will not be set up to automatically draft renewals. Should you have any questions, please feel free to email the treasurer Jocelyn McNair at Jocelyn.firstname.lastname@example.org
For anyone who has experienced technical issues with this system, I am truly sorry for any issues or inconvenience this may have caused.
IMPORTANT GOOGLE CHROME CHANGES!!
Google has announced changes to the way its Chrome browser displays unencrypted pages. Unencrypted pages are less secure than encrypted pages, and begin with HTTP rather than HTTPS. If the traffic encryption on your Wild Apricot site is not already set to Always, then this change will affect how your site appears to visitors using Chrome.
How are these pages currently displayed?
For HTTP pages, Chrome currently displays an information icon within the address bar.
Visitors to the page can click the icon to view information about the pages, including security details.
What’s going to change?
Beginning sometime in January 2017 – whenever version 56 of Chrome is released – HTTP pages that collect passwords or credit card information will be labelled by Chrome as insecure. The phrase Not secure will appear ahead of the page address within the address bar.
In subsequent releases, Google will add a red error icon to the Not secure warning, and will begin displaying this warning for all HTTP pages, regardless of whether the pages collect passwords or credit card information.