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Accredited Legal Secretary (ALS)

The Accredited Legal Secretary (ALS) is one way to demonstrate your preparedness for the demanding field of law. This designation is awarded after passing a four-hour, three-part examination. Attaining this goal demonstrates your commitment and aptitude for succeeding in the ever-changing legal environment.
 
 
Certification Summary
Examination Papers & Topics
The ALS Examination consist of three parts:
  • PART 1: Written Communications
  • PART 2: Office Procedures and Legal Knowledge
  • PART 3: Ethics, Human Relations, and Judgment
 
Examination Style
All three parts of the examination must be taken on the first attempt. If you do not pass the entire examination on the first attempt, you may retake the examination parts you did not pass. All failed parts must be retaken at the same time. You will be charged the full exam fee each time you sit.
Examination Passing Score

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Examination & Results Dates
Examination Dates:
  • March:  First Saturday
  • June:  First Saturday
  • September:  Last Saturday
  • December:   First Saturday
 
Areas of Specialization
  • Legal
Professional Body The association for legal Professionals
Location of Incorporation United States