The Mississippi Legal Professionals  Association

Mission Statement

We are committed to delivery of quality legal services through continuing education, increased professionalism, and networking.

 Click here for additional information regarding Mississippi LPA.

CHANGES TO 

MSLPA Bylaws and MSLPA Standing Rules

The MSLPA Bylaws and MSLPA Standing Rules were revised and adopted in May 2021 to conform with the NALS Bylaws.  

MSLPA Bylaws Rev. 2021

MSLPA Standing Rules Rev. 2021


2021-2022

MSLPA OFFICERS

STEPHANIE FLOYD, PP, PLS - PRESIDENT
JENNIFER PARKS - PRESIDENT-ELECT
LEE CUMMINGS , ALP - VICE PRESIDENT
JEANNIE SHAW, PP, PLS, EMERITUS - EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 
REBA PEDEN, PP, PLS - TREASURER
KAREN KUHN, PP, PLS, EMERITUS - PARLIAMENTARIAN
THERESA WILSON, PP, PLS -  EXECUTIVE ADVISOR
 Hosted by Mississippi Legal Professionals Association

REGISTRATION FEE

If postmarked after June 30 

          $150 for attorneys/paralegals; $75 for members of MS LPA

 

LOCATIONS - your choice of either live in-person event site or either event via Zoom

  • BILOXI (MS Gulf Coast Community College, HRM Center | Jefferson Davis Campus, 420 Debuys Road, Biloxi, MS)
  • BRANDON (Brandon Public Library, 1475 W Government Street, Brandon, MS)

Each location’s event has been approved for 6.5 hours of CLE (including 1.0 hour of ETHICS) by the Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education

 

CLICK HERE for Registration Form for further details

You can register & pay online (includes 10% processing fees)

on our website:  www.LastChanceCLE.org 

Mississippi Legal Professionals Association

August Board of Director's Meeting

August 21, 2021

at Dickey's Barbecue Pit Restaurant in Gulfport.

Deadline to Register is August 13, 2021

Seminar information will be forthcoming

CLICK HERE for Registration Form for further details

PART-TIME JOB OPPORTUNITY

Paralegal

Consumer Protection Division

Mississippi Center for Justice

The Mississippi Center for Justice is looking for a self-motivated paralegal in the Consumer Protection Campaign to assist the Consumer Protection Campaign Director and to ensure smooth and effective campaign client communications and effective case/file management.  The Paralegal is responsible for work assigned from the Consumer Protection Division. Consumer protection work in the areas of foreclosure prevention and consumer fraud have been identified as the main project areas for the paralegal. The Paralegal will assist attorneys in client intake, maintenance of files, collection and organization of documents and organization of outreach events. While the paralegal’s primary responsibility will be with the Consumer Protection campaign, the paralegal may be asked to assist other MCJ campaigns on occasion.

For full details see the Position Description

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