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Michiana Paralegal Association

Welcome to the Michiana Paralegal Association

Michiana Paralegal Association ("MPA") was established in September 1989. As an association of dedicated professionals, MPA has matured into a strong paralegal association with members from every part of northwest Indiana and southwest Michigan, a geographic area known as "Michiana." In addition to our affiliation with the National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA), we are a member of the Alliance of Indiana Paralegal Associations.


Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events


By now, we are all feeling a bit over-whelmed with the constant changes and updates regarding the COVID-19 crisis.  We share in the frustrations with this ever-changing situation and the interruptions it has caused to our daily lives.  However, we also share in the necessity for the health, safety and well-being of our members, their families and the community we serve as a whole.  

With the Statewide orders still in place limiting gatherings and the utmost importance for the practice of social distancing, the April Member's Meeting is canceled at this time.  We do hope to be able to reschedule both the March and April meetings and will keep you apprised when those events are re-calendared. Thank you for your understanding and patience during this unprecedented and difficult time.

Further, it is our hope that everyone finds encouragement to stay positive and practice good habits to remain healthy and well in body, mind and spirit.  As always, if you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to myself or any member of the MPA Board.

Thank you and be well! 

Brandy L. Henderson, President

Our Mission:

The purpose and goals of MPA is to promote the professional and business interests of persons engaging in the paralegal profession as follows:

  • Promote the paralegal profession;
  • Promote the continuing legal education of paralegals by providing educational seminars;
  • Act as a forum for the exchange of information;
  • Inform members of the latest developments in the paralegal profession;
  • Promote and support professional standards;
  • Communicate with the legal community and the general public;
  • Participate in local and national professional issues that affect the paralegal profession.
  • Engage in projects, solicitations and other activities which the board of directors may deem necessary or desirable to fund the purposes set forth above.