Wisconsin Paralegal Requirements & Resources
Becoming a Paralegal in Wisconsin
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 because the State of Wisconsin does not place any specific requirements on this profession.
Professional Paralegal Associations
Madison Area Paralegal Association
The Madison Area Paralegal Association is a strong group of paralegals in Dane County, Wisconsin. Our primary purpose is to provide substantive legal and professional education opportunities and to promote the paralegal profession within our legal community.
Paralegal Association of Wisconsin
The Paralegal Association of Wisconsin, Inc. is a statewide organization dedicated to the advancement of the paralegal profession. The Association is a not-for-profit corporation founded in 1978.
Wisconsin Association for Legal Professionals (WALP)
The Wisconsin Association for Legal Professionals was chartered in 1967 as a member of NALS, Inc. (NALS). It is a non-profit association composed of local chapters.