NAPLA is offering to waive its annual membership fee for Regular Members (Pre-law Advisors) in the NAPLA Region (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia) for the 2020-2021 year ending on August 31, 2021. Go to Join NAPLA for details on how to request the waiving of your membership fee.
Each fall, the NAPLA Board calls on the full NAPLA membership to offer suggestions for any workshops, panels, or plenary sessions that they would like to attend and/or help coordinate for the upcoming conference. With the postponement of PLANC 2020 to 2021, we plan to hold our next NAPLA Conference in 2022.
In the meantime, NAPLA will offer virtual opportunities for professional development, support, and relationship building. We were pleased to see so many of you participate in our summer and early fall programs, “Financial Aid for Pre-Law Advisors” and “Law School Updates for Fall 2020.”
The NAPLA Board invites you to share your thoughts on additional programs you would find helpful or where you would like to contribute to the learning and professional skills of others. We are particularly interested in receiving proposals addressing access to legal education and the experiences of underrepresented students in law schools and the profession.
Submit your suggestions or ideas to NAPLA HERE.
Are you a pre-law advisor member of NAPLA interested in becoming a leader in our professional association? If so, please note, the 2021 Call for Self-Nominations is now active! Check your email for the announcement and information on how to submit a self-nomination. The deadline to self-nominate is May 25, 2021. Candidates selected for the 2021 election slate will be notified in early June.
Members nominate themselves for the At-Large Board Member position by submitting this form: 2021 NAPLA Self-Nomination Form.