Congratulations to our Rachael Moore, Michelle Cates, and Melissa Peak for achieving the elite designation of Registered Paralegal. A Florida Registered Paralegal (FRP) is a paralegal who has met the education, training, certification, and work experience required for voluntary registration as set forth in Chapter 20 of the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar. The criteria for becoming a Florida Registered Paralegal are above and beyond what is required to do paralegal work in Florida. FRPs must also take 33 hours of continuing education every three years to maintain their status. These distinctions help set FRPs apart from their peers.
Moore, Cates, & Peak Appointed Registered Paralegals
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