Alaska Paralegal Requirements & Resources
Becoming a Paralegal in Alaska
The State of Alaska does not place any education or certification requirements on those seeking to become a paralegal. Prospective paralegals may become a paralegal through on-the-job training opportunities or by pursuing a certificate program, an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree.
Professional Paralegal Associations
Alaska Association of Paralegals (AAP)
Anchorage Legal Secretaries Association, a chartered chapter of NALS, is a professional organization dedicated to upgrading the knowledge and efficiency of legal personnel. In addition to stressing continuing legal education, the organization strives to promote a high standard of ethics among its members and cooperates with the judiciary and bar in maintaining high professional standards.