The Limited License Legal Technician (LLLT) Board derives its authority from the Washington State Supreme Court under Rule 28 of the Admission to Practice Rules (APR), adopted effective September 1, 2012.
APR 28 authorizes non-attorneys who meet certain educational requirements to advise clients on specific areas of law, which have yet to be determined.
Washington State Bar Association
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Proud announcement: responding to popular demand (thank you!), the best articles of Volume 1 of the newsletter are now available on Amazon Kindle
The purpose of the Kindle book is to make it the most convenient possible for you to take the Legaco Express with you on vacation (I have been told, it is best read on a sunny beach!) or business trips and to keep the best articles forever in an organized and handy way.
Tips and Advice on How to Advance Your Paralegal Career - Volume 1 (The Legaco Express for Paralegals)
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Happy 4th of July to all of our readers!
Although we have been disrupted by the "derecho"-type storm that hit the Mid-Atlantic region last Friday, we are in great spirits and couldn't be happier thanks to the incredible response that you, colleagues and fellow members of the paralegal profession, have afforded our newsletter and blog over the last 12 months!
Today, we are proud to announce a few new features in order to make the website more immediate and more interactive for our subscribers.
Here is what is new:
- Blog: the best of the paralegal blogosphere and more in one place
- Related content, popular content, and more context on every page
- A directory of the blog contributors with individual profiles
More is coming soon!