Become a member of Raleigh-Wake Paralegal Association.
Benefits of Membership
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A person shall be eligible to become a general member of this Association provided such person (I) is or has been employed under the direct supervision of a licensed attorney, or (II) has completed a paralegal training school or program, or (III) has attained the status of a North Carolina State Bar Certified Paralegal and that status is current (not expired or revoked), or (IV) is an educator associated with a paralegal training school or program. General Members shall have the right to vote on the election of officers and directors; on the disposition of all, or substantially all, of the assets of the Association; on a merger and its principal terms or an amendment thereof; and on an election to dissolve the Association. Additionally, such members shall have all rights afforded under the North Carolina Nonprofit Corporation Act.
A person shall be eligible to become a student member of this Association provided such person is a student in a paralegal training program. Student members shall not be entitled to vote at meetings of the Association and may not hold an elected office. Such members may serve on committees. Upon becoming eligible for general membership, student members shall make application for such membership in the manner adopted by the board.