Congratulations! You went to school, graduated, and found a job as a paralegal. Now what?
The Sacramento Valley Paralegal Association (formerly the Sacramento Association of Legal Assistants) was founded in 1978 as a professional and educational organization for paralegals, and was incorporated in 1981 under the California Nonprofit Mutual Benefit Corporation laws. The majority of members are paralegals, paralegal educators, students and other persons interested in the profession.
To accomplish these goals, SVPA hosts a monthly luncheon featuring a CLE speaker, holds several annual events, and publishes an informative newsletter for members. For more information on SVPA programs, use the links at the top of the page.
Notice: SVPA is a Professional Association. By law, Paralegals cannot give legal advice or assist with legal matters. Please consult an attorney for legal advice or assistance with a legal matter.
* To foster and promote standards of the paralegal profession
* To cooperate and offer education for paralegals
* To increase attorney and public awareness of the role of the paralegal in the delivery of legal services
* To gather, receive, study and disseminate information concerning paralegals
Once a month SVPA holds a luncheon or dinner event featuring a speaker with one hour of Mandatory Continuing Legal Education credit. Take a look at our calendar for a listing of upcoming events. Members Admission to luncheons is either
Looking for a Paralegal or legal support staff? To post a job listing with SVPA, click here. Litigation Secretary (Sacramento and Roseville) Posted 1/4/17 Position Type: Full Time, 40 hours a week. Pay: Annual Salary: DOE Benefits: Two weeks
Please note SVPA is a professional association. By law, paralegals cannot give legal advice. If you need assistance with a legal matter, contact an attorney. Have a question for SVPA? Click on the statement or question below that best fits