In New Jersey, paralegals must perform their work under the supervision of attorneys who assume direct responsibility for the work that the paralegals perform


Law Lessons from Midland Funding LLC A/P/O Webbank v. Bordeaux, __ N.J. Super. __ (App. Div. 2016),Docket No. A-0850-14T3, September 29, 2016:

In New Jersey, paralegals must perform their work under the supervision of attorneys who assume “direct responsibility for the work that the paralegals perform”. In re Opinion No. 24 of Comm. on Unauthorized Practice of Law, 128 N.J. 114, 123 (1992).

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