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Links to other Licensing Program’s documents/ requirements:

  • Carpenter LLLT Research – This material was compiled by Christy Carpenter for presentation to the Washington Supreme Court, and includes information on most LLLT programs throughout the country.
  • Arizona’s Legal Paraprofessional Program “Substantive Law-Related Experience” is defined as the provision of legal services as a paralegal or paralegal student including, but not limited to, drafting pleadings, legal documents or correspondence, completing forms, preparing reports or charts, legal research, and interviewing clients or witnesses in the area(s) or practice the applicant seeks to be licensed. Substantive law-related experience does not include routine clerical or administrative duties.
  • California Paraprofessional Program Licensing Requirements – Adopted February 2021
  • Minnesota’s Administrative Order Implementing Legal Paraprofessional Pilot Project – Scope includes representing tenants in housing disputes and family law. See Appendix 1 to Rule for list of Filing Documents.
  • Utah’s LPP Requirements including grandfather clause and defines “Substantive Law-Related Experience” as the provision of legal services as a paralegal, paralegal student, or law student including, but not limited to, drafting pleadings, legal documents or correspondence, completing forms, preparing reports or charts, legal research, and interviewing clients or witnesses. Substantive law-related experience for landlord-tenant and debt collection includes, but is not limited to, the provision of legal services in the areas of bankruptcy, real estate, mortgage and/or banking law. Rule 15- 701(bb) v Substantive law-related experience does not include routine clerical or administrative duties.
  • Washington’s Education Waiver (requiring 10 years of experience)
  • Washington’s APR 28B(7) defines “Substantive Law-related Experience” as work that requires knowledge of legal concepts and is customarily, but not necessarily, performed by a lawyer.
  • Washington’s APR 28B(8) defines “supervised” as a lawyer personally directs, approves, and has responsibility for the work performed by the applicant. https://www.wsba.org/docs/default-source/licensing/lllt/form—waiver-application-5-2017.pdf?sfvrsn=d3a13cf1_3
  • Washington’s Attorney Certification Form

 

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