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If you are a paralegal of an AILA member, you are eligible to gain access to many AILA research tools and educational opportunities. Non-member paralegals are not eligible.
In order to recognize the important role that paralegals play in a law practice, members' paralegals will now have their own access to AILA.org! This new option guarantees access to all the critical information on AILA.org that paralegals need to support their supervising attorneys, without the attorney needing to share member login credentials. Access includes:
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