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Legal Paraprofessional Program

In the report and recommendations of the Task Force on the Delivery of Legal Services, a Legal Paraprofessional (LP) was called a Limited License Legal Practitioner (LLLP). The rules adopted by the Court renamed these providers. An LP is a professional with specific education and experience who is licensed to provide legal services in limited practice areas. This professional is often compared to a nurse practitioner in the medical field. Complaints against Legal Paraprofessionals are received, investigated, and prosecuted by the State Bar of Arizona in the same manner as complaints against lawyers.

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For a list of licensed Legal Paraprofessionals, please refer to the directory. The Division cannot prepare documents. For general inquiries regarding the program, please contact the Certification and Licensing Division at:
 
[email protected]
(602) 452-3378
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Arizona Supreme Court
Administrative Office of the Courts
1501 W. Washington St., Suite 104,
Phoenix, AZ 85007-3222