ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Paralegal Voice
New Podcasts
available in the Members Only section!


Volunteers Needed!

Iowa Legal Aid is a not-for-profit
organization that provides free legal services to low-income Iowans
across the state of Iowa. We are
looking for tax volunteers to assist at our regional offices in Sioux City, Ottumwa, Cedar Rapids and Dubuque. Click Here for information.


IALA.P’s 2016-2017 membership application available!
If you apply or renew your active membership by January 31, 2016 you will be eligible to receive a professional magazine of your choice. Click Here for membership application.
Questions? E-mail [email protected]


Are you looking for education opportunities?  If so, check out the Education Upcoming Events section for a current listing.


2015 Paula Grady Memorial Education Award Application Available! Click for details!


STUDENT MENTORING OPPORTUNITY

If you are a student member of IALA and are interested in having a mentor, click here to apply!


NALA - Facts & Findings
Subscription Deal for Affiliate Members. Click for more information.

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

14 - Paralegal & Legal Assistant Openings

1 - Legal Support Staff Openings

(Updated 2/11/2016)

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Welcome to the IALA.P Website!


2016 Spring Seminar
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IALA.P offers valuable services and member benefits to paralegals/legal assistants, employers and students with an interest in the legal profession in Iowa.

Within our state, the Iowa Association of Legal Assistants.Paralegals (“IALA.P”), keeps its fingers on the pulse of what is happening in the legal profession. Whether it's industry-leading information from our official Original Notice Newsletter, members only list serve, regional meetings, continuing education seminars, employment opportunities from around and across the state, or information about the paralegal profession within Iowa IALA.P has it. We deliver the best and most relevant resources for paralegals in the state since 1981 - when two of Iowa's professional associations merged and IALA.P was formed as a non-profit organization.