Tuesday, January 4, 2011

NAFLP enters the New Year with new energy and a new leader

As we wrap up the year 2010 and look into a new year, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for all of your support and interest in the National Association of Freelance Legal Professionals.

Amanda Mineer and I began a bold adventure to create a community of legal freelancers across the country and to begin the process of creating comprehensive resources for that community.

The first steps towards our goal for NAFLP have been taken, and we realized that it is now time to turn over the leadership reins of NAFLP to someone more experienced in developing the resources and organizational structure that Amanda and I had envisioned.

After searching for just the right person, we have selected Chere Estrin, founder of The Organization of Legal Professionals (OLP), Estrin Education, Inc. (an online training organization for legal professionals), KNOW magazine for paralegals, and SUE magazine for women litigators, to take NAFLP into a bright, continuing future.

Chere has taken over the responsibility of running NAFLP as of January 1, 2011.

Your NAFLP membership benefits will continue and new benefits will shortly be added under this new leadership so look forward to notices of these exciting new developments early in the year.

I will continue on with NAFLP as an advisor and look forward to seeing your further successes as freelance legal professionals.


Melody A. Kramer, Co-Founder
National Association of Freelance Legal Professionals

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