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Congratulations to our
2024 Annual Seminar Awards Winners!

Anita Seering, SBWCP

Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient

Carman Geiger

Paralegal of the Year Recipient

Thank you to all the attendees and sponsors of the 2024 PAW Annual Seminar! We look forward to seeing you next year!


PAW Members,

Check out the Classified Job Listings updated 5/16/2024!


Not a member?

Membership in the Paralegal Association of Wisconsin (PAW) runs from
January 1- December 31 of each year.

Active communication with fellow paralegals is very important to grow your career and make a difference in the industry and your community.

 

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION!


Upcoming Events

  • Stay tuned for the fall webinars!


Corporate Transparency Act in Effect January 1, 2024

Did you know that FinCEN offers free webinars? Check them out here:

Stay current on the latest developments:  

https://www.fincen.gov/boi


CHANGE TO SBWCPTM RENEWAL REQUIREMENTS

The total number of continuing legal education (CLE) credits required has increased from 12 to 15 (including 3 ethics and professional responsibility (EPR) credits).

State Bar of Wisconsin Certified Paralegal (SBWCP) certifications up for renewal on July 1, 2024, will require 15 CLE credits (included 3 ethics credits) by that date. Please see the Recertification Process page for additional information.

Not yet certified? Please see PAW's Paralegal Development page for additional information.


THANK YOU to the following sponsors!

 Executive Sponsor



Employers!
Go here to list your career opportunities with our members.


Looking for an opportunity to volunteer?

The Dane County Bar Association is looking for Spanish-speaking volunteers. Please click here for more information on the legal clinics and who to contact.


Manitowoc County Courthouse. Photo by April DeValkenaere.
Rock County Courthouse, Janesville, WI; Built 1955; Enlarged 1997, Architect - Kenton Peters, Contractor - Miron Const. Inc. (Background); Civil War Memorial (Foreground). Photo by Kathleen Boucher.
U.S.D.C. for the E.D. of Wisconsin, Green Bay, WI, formerly Kellogg Public Library; Built 1903; Architect - H.A. Foeller. Photo by Tyler Richardson.
Brown County Courthouse, Green Bay, WI; Built 1910, Architect - Charles E. Bell. Photo by Tyler Richardson.

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