Thank you for your interest in the New Orleans Paralegal Association. We are so pleased you've joined with us. NOPA is dedicated to the advancement and expansion of the paralegal profession by promoting heightened standards for Paralegal education and professionalism in this community. We lead the paralegal professional in this city by getting involved in issues that affect us on both a local and national level. Membership is an invitation to network with other paralegals, to stay abreast of proceedings affecting our profession, and to become involved in advancing the paralegal profession.
As Chair of the Membersip Committee, John Mayo will be your contact if you should have any questions concerning membership. Student members can also contact their school liaison who will assist with questions and information.
This is your organization and our goal is to make NOPA work for you; we appreciate any feedback you have to offer.
John Mayo, Membership Coordinator
Herzing University, Tika Riley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nunez Community College, Jamie Tarver, email@example.com
McNeese State University, Carolyn Durapeaux, firstname.lastname@example.org
NOPA is an affiliate of the National Federation of Paralegal Associations ("NFPA"). Founded in 1974, NFPA was the first national paralegal association. Cre ated as a non-profit federation, NFPA is an issue-driven, policy-oriented professional association directed by its membership. It is comprised of more than 50 member associations and represents over 11,000 individual members reflecting a broad range of experience, education and diversity. NFPA's Mission Statement and Core Purpose delineate its dedication to the advancement of the paralegal profession and leadership in the legal community. They can be found online at www.paralegals.org.
Visit www.nopa.onefireplace.com for complete details about our organization, our mission and a detailed calendar of events.
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