Affiliated Events & Education Opportunity

Local Government Paralegal Association of Virginia, Inc. (LGPA)

Attached is the Conference Agenda and Registration Form for the 2015 LGPA Conference which will be held October 7 – 9 at Fort Magruder Hotel & Conference Center in Williamsburg. The LGPA Board has put together a dynamic conference this year which offers 10 CLE credits and ends with a tour of the Center for Legal and Court Technology at the William & Mary Law School on Friday afternoon.

LGPA Conf Brochure Summary 2015

LPGA Registration Form 2015

Hotel Reservation Information:
Please call the hotel directly at (757) 220-2250 reserve your room. Deadline for hotel reservations is September 16, 2015.

LGPA is hosting the dinner on Thursday evening (free of charge to members) with door prizes and the chance to network with local government paralegals from all over the state. We especially look forward to seeing all our new members at the conference!

Registration Form / Supplement Registration Form:
Please be sure to indicate which meals you will be attending so we can give an accurate count to the hotel. Guests may attend the Thursday Night LGPA Reception for a cost of $50. Please complete both forms and return to Liz Young. Deadline for registration is also September 16, 2015.

For more information on LGPA, please visit their web site at:  LGPA web site.


The Paralegal Boot Camp®

The Paralegal Boot Camp® has a free mini-course on e-discovery project management for paralegals. It is a great way for litigation paralegals to get a basic understanding of e-discovery project management. This mini-course is approximately 60 minutes of a recorded lesson, with additional downloadable resources. The course is NALA-Approved for 1.0 credit. If you would like to receive CLE credit for the course, there is a link on the course page to request your certificate of completion.

You can sign up for the course at

Course format: On Demand
Course length: 60 minutes
Instructor: Erika Santiago
Credits: 1.0 CLE
Course Highlights:

The history of e-discovery and how it has evolved over the years
A basic understanding of the industry models that guide the e-discovery practice
A review of key case law related to e-discovery
The key rules that paralegals need to be aware of when starting out in e-discovery

For more information regarding the Paralegal Boot Camp, please visit their web site at: