General Pilot Project Questions
What is the Standing Committee?
The Standing Committee, established in November 2020, is responsible for Pilot Project oversight, including review and approval of applications, maintenance of the participant roster, review of and decisions on complaints, and Pilot Project evaluation and reporting. Standing Committee membership is listed on the Standing Committee tab
How long is the pilot?
The Pilot Project is currently scheduled to end in March 2023.
How do I apply for the Pilot Project?
To apply for the Pilot Project, please complete the application packet
and submit it to the Standing Committee for review.
Can I apply for the pilot if I do not meet the minimum qualifications?
No. Please review Supervised Practice Rule 12
for the requirements to participate in the Pilot Project.
Can I apply for the program if I do not have a supervising attorney?
No. See Supervised Practice Rule 12 and the application form and instructions for more information about application requirements.
What happens after I submit my application?
The Standing Committee will review every application and approve or deny the application. Legal paraprofessional and supervising attorney applicants will receive notification of approval or denial by email. If approved, the applicants names and contact information will be added to the Roster of Approved Legal Paraprofessionals. Legal paraprofessionals may begin providing expanded paraprofessional services as established in Supervised Practice Rule 12 once approved and added to the Roster.