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NPC graduate Johanna Chavez begins new paralegal position at the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.

She writes: "I would like to thank you and the continued support from National Paralegal College for the wonderful legal education I received." Good luck, Johanna!

NPC graduate Brittany White hired by The Schnitzer Law Firm as a case manager / prelitigations specialist.

She writes: "Thank you for all of your help and assistance. I really appreciate it." Good luck, Brittany!

NPC graduate Christopher Vasser obtains position as legal assistant at social security disability and veterans disability law firm.

He writes: "My certificate in paralegal studies from NPC, along with my stellar interview skills, is what really helped me secure employment in the legal profession." Good luck, Christopher!

National Paralegal College mentioned on Forbes.com.

Dean Jeremy Rovinsky offers his thoughts on the importance of proper spelling and grammar on college applications.

Upcoming NPC Courses:

Beginning November 24, 2020:

  • American Government
  • English Composition
  • Principles of Finance
  • Advanced Civil Litigation
  • Professional Responsibility & Legal Ethics
  • Operations Management


Beginning January 4, 2021:

  • Employment Law
  • Torts & Personal Injury
  • Federal Income Taxation
  • The Science of Nutrition
  • Human Resources Management
  • E-Discovery

Congratulations to Deans Haas and Rovinsky on their new book's being listed in the "17 Best New Estate Planning Books To Read In 2019"!

Samantha Yetman Alacci admitted to law school at Western New England University School of Law after graduating from NPC.

We wish her the best of luck as she embarks on her legal career!

NPC graduate Alecsandra Truninger Hanley obtains position as 504 coordinator at Mercy Housing in Denver, Colorado.

Congratulations and good luck, Alecsandra!

Upcoming NJU Courses:

Beginning November 24, 2020:

  • Contracts
  • Employment Law
  • Financial Banking Regulation


Beginning January 4, 2021:

  • Administrative Law
  • Civil Procedure
  • Torts
  • Tax Research & Policy

NPC graduate and NJU student Matthew Nielsen accepted to Florida Coastal School of Law.

He writes: "This is something that I have wanted for as long as I could remember… NPC certainly gave me the tools I needed." Good luck, Matthew!

NPC student Tara Miller awarded $1,000 scholarship from the Michaels Foundation.

She writes: "Thank you so much for your help and support!" Congratulations, Tara!

NPC graduate Melissa Perez hired as paralegal at the Law Offices of Mehlhop & Vogt in Sacramento, California.

She writes: "This education allowed me to move up in positions. I am grateful." Congratulations, Melissa!

NPC student Kimberly Bizak receives the Outstanding Student of the Year award from Legal Assistants of Wyoming (LAW).

Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition!

NPC graduate Melissa Broyles lands position at Kahn, Soares, & Conway, LLP in Hanford, California.

Melissa is a legal assistant to Rissa A. Stuart. Congratulations and good luck!

NPC student Danielle Ascani obtains paralegal position at Hasting, Cohan & Walsh, LLP in Ridgefield, Connecticut.

The firm specializes in medical malpractice and personal injury law. Congratulations, Danielle!

Congratulations to Deans Stephen Haas and Jeremy Rovinsky on the publication of their new textbook, Basic Trust Drafting, Second Edition.

Hannah Hinson promoted to paralegal at Talley Law Firm upon earning her degree at NPC.

She writes: "This program has helped me greatly get to where I am and the position I want." Congratulations, Hannah!

Congratulations to NPC student Marisa Janke who was hired at Selander & O'Brien in Seattle, Washington as a legal assistant!

We wish her much success in her new position.

NPC graduate Amy Roberts accepts position in the Sacramento office of Disability Rights California.

The firm specializes in discrimination issues with people who have disabilities. Congratulations, Amy!

Ijeoma Claudia Abajtour Ukonu admitted to law school at Abraham Lincoln University after graduating from NPC.

We wish her the best of luck as she embarks on her legal career!

NPC student Giti Tenenbaum admitted to Rutgers Law School with a full scholarship.

She writes: "Thanks for all the help and guidance, and for introducing me to the law at NPC! I really enjoyed all the classes, and I'm sure it will give me a good head start!" Congratulations, Giti!

NPC Dean Jeremy Rovinsky quoted in The Penny Hoarder article on how to stop a home eviction.

Dean Rovinsky calls upon his experience as a judge pro tem in this discussion of what to do when an eviction notice is served.

NPC graduate Lindsey Wilson hired as family law attorney at a law firm in Lewisville, TX.

Following her graduation from NPC, Lindsey attended UNT Dallas College of Law and passed the Texas Bar Exam. Congratulations, Lindsey!

Leanna Taylor admitted to Tulane Law School after graduating from NPC.

We wish her the best of luck as she embarks on her legal career!

NPC graduate Susan Weathers Reyes, currently studying toward Master of Science in Taxation degree at NJU, hired by The Tax Institute at H&R Block as a tax law analyst.

She writes: "NPC and National Juris University have made it possible for me to get the job I wanted." Congratulations, Beth!

NPC graduate Beth Evans obtains position as legal assistant at Zaller Law Group in Los Angeles, California.

The firm specializes in entertainment and intellectual property law, corporate law, and employment law. Congratulations, Beth!

NPC mentioned in US News & World Report.

Dean Jeremy Rovinsky was quoted in articles on "What Not to Do When Hiring a Lawyer" and "What Is a Good College GPA in J.D. Admissions?"

NPC graduate Cathy Thrift lands paralegal position at Whelchel & McQuigg Law Firm on Saint Simons Island, Georgia.

She writes: "NPC provided me with an amazing education and an excitement for law." Congratulations, Cathy!

NPC alumnus Lisa Easter obtains position as office manager and litigation paralegal at Heston Law Firm in Katy, Texas.

Congratulations, Lisa! We wish you much success in your new position.

Congratulations to Dean Jeremy Rovinsky, who co-authored chapter 17 in an academic publication focusing on the intersection of religion, science and cultural perceptions in the production and processing of modern religious and vegetarian foods. The textbook, which will be published this summer, is a collaboration of professors and industry experts from around the world.

Evelyne Hollinsworth, graduate of NPC's Bachelor of Business Administration program, hired as a business analyst by the United States Embassy in the People's Republic of China.

She writes: "My duties include forecasting, projections and talent acquisitions. I'll be a part of the staff that crunches numbers to keep the Embassy running like a well-oiled machine." Congratulations, Evelyne!

NPC graduate Jill Koharcheck obtains paralegal position in the Solicitor's Office of Berks County, Pennsylvania.

Congratulations, Jill! We wish you much success in your new position.

Congratulations to NPC graduate Melanie Talley on passing the CP Exam!

We wish her the best of luck in her new career as a certified paralegal.

NPC graduate Brittany Proulx-Ays, a Florida Registered Paralegal, obtains paralegal position and is accepted to law school.

She is now working as a paralegal at Vernis & Bowling of Central Florida and will be starting at the Barry University School of Law in Orlando in January. Congratulations, Brittany!

NPC graduate Teresa Negron becomes NFPA Registered Paralegal®.

She credits her NPC education for preparing her for the exam. Congratulations, Teresa, and best wishes!

NPC graduate Jennifer Cleland Halle accepts position as compliance analyst at Gabriel Partners in Phoenix, Arizona.

She helps her firm's clients, banks, money service businesses, and credit card companies, stay in compliance with the law. Congratulations, Jennifer!

NPC student Jeremy Wade gains acceptance to Lincoln Law School of Sacramento.

NPC graduate Jeffrey Gramins, begins job as administrative coordinator at Coldwell Banker Elite, a high-end real estate company in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.

His duties include legal correspondence, contract review, creative writing, and ad creation. Congratulations, Jeffrey!

NPC graduate Heidi Baer lands position as administrative assistant at S-E-A, Ltd. (Scientific Expert Analysis) in Columbus, Ohio.

Her responsibilities include handling the application process for professional registrations, assisting the engineering team with project management, and researching various state professional registration requirements for project engineers. Best of luck, Heidi!

NPC graduate Rachel Kline obtains paralegal position at the orginization of Tony Robbins, Robbins Research International in San Diego, California.

Her responsibilities include preparing drafts for review from the in-house legal counsel and making amendments and revisions to existing agreements under the supervision of legal counsel. Congratulations, Rachel!

NPC graduate Holly McDuffie lands lands position at the Law Office of Jason Amon in Fort Worth, Texas.

She serves as the paralegal to Jason Amon and as the escrow officer running the real estate side of the firm and closing real estate transactions. Congratulations and best of luck, Holly!

Janet Savage, graduate of both NPC and NJU, obtains paralegal position at Morelli Law in Turlock, California.

Her responsibilities include preparing legal drafts and memoranda, assembling case materials, preparing for trial, and more. Congratulations, Janet!

NPC graduate Theresa Almond to start law school in the spring.

Good luck at Abraham Lincoln School of Law!

NPC student Rosie Rodriguez obtains position at Ignazio Ficara Law Firm in Yucca Valley, California.

She writes: "I am thoroughly happy to start off the new year with employment in the career I have studied for… With my updated resume thanks to you, the professionalism shined through."

NPC graduate Racquel Kotte hired as a legal assistant by the Ada County Prosecutor's office in Boise, Idaho.

Her responsibilities include compiling relevant information such as police reports, dispatch recordings, and police body camera videos to provide to the defense attorney.

Congratulations to NJU Dean Jeremy Rovinsky on his appointment as Judge Pro Tem for the Maricopa County Justice Courts!

Judges appoint prominent lawyers and law professors as Judge Pro Tems to substitute for them when the full-time judges are unable to come to court. Dean Rovinsky joins Professor Erin Steffin, who has served as a Judge Pro Tem for the Maricopa County Superior Court since 2011, as NPC faculty members who hold this distinction.

NPC graduate Amada Flatt lands her first paralegal job at Clark & Washington, a Nashville, TN, law firm specializing in bankruptcy law.

She thanks NPC for her "wonderful learning experience" and says that she "will forever be grateful for NPC and all the professors." Good luck, Amada, and keep in touch!