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What happened to the National Association of Freelance Legal Professionals?
The National Association of Freelance Legal Professionals (NAFLP) was founded by Melody A. Kramer and Amanda Mineer to create a nationwide community of freelance attorneys, paralegals, interpreters, court reporters, and other professionals who worked on a non-employee basis with law firms. NAFLP worked to assist freelancers on an individual basis to optimize the financial and personal success of their businesses, and also worked to raise the profile of freelancing as a career choice that could optimize job satisfaction, business success, and work-life balance. NAFLP did raise awareness. In fact, NAFLP coined the term "freelance legal professional" that is now widely used in the industry. However, in early 2012 the decision was made to merge its mission and operations with FreelanceLaw. If you were a member of NAFLP and your membership has not been successfully transferred over to FreelanceLaw, contact us to straighten things out.
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