Paralegal Voice Features IPMA

I feature posts on paralegal associations here, especially the benefits to paralegals and the paralegal profession of belonging to and being active in such professional associations, but the focus is generally on NFPA, NALA, and NALS.  While I do have a link to the International Paralegal Management Association, I seldom comment on it, primarily because I know so little about it. Now, thanks to The Paralegal Voice, that has changed.  Here’s the Legal Talk Network squib on the most recent podcast:

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Want to hear ideas about how to advance your paralegal career? On this edition of The Paralegal Voice, co-host Lynne DeVenny welcomes Karen Tuschak, President of the International Paralegal Management Association, Stacie McLean, IPMA President–Elect, and Sylvia Naim, IPMA Secretary-Treasurer, to take an in-depth look at  IPMA, and discuss IPMA’s mission, the job market for paralegals, what they look for when hiring, and key traits needed to make a successful paralegal.

Follow the link to the podcast. It’s only 23 minutes long, but it covers a lot of very informative ground.,

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