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:
*last name must exactly match what's listed in our database
AILA launched a new self-paced Paralegals Course, complete with over 20 hours of content for beginner to intermediate paralegals through 11 modules that include reading materials, tests, and a certificate of completion once the course is finished. Exclusively available for AILA member paralegals.
Government employees can register by creating an AILA.org account. On the "Person-Type" field of the form choose "Government Employee" from the drop-down. Fill out the rest of the form and click "Create Account" when finished. An e-mail will then be sent to your government address with your login information. Users whose e-mail ends in .gov will receive automatic approval. If your email does not end in .gov, please contact the AILA membership department at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your access.
Members of the public can register for an account on AILA.org and gain access to the Recent Postings Alert, saved searches and bookmarks, and more.
This self-paced online course provides over 20 hours of content for beginner-to-intermediate paralegals in 11 modules. Paralegals can now register for this interactive and comprehensive course.Register Now