The next Certified Paralegal Review Course starts Saturday, May 8. It will be conducted live online, in Webex, from 12-5:30, on six Saturdays: 5/8, 5/22, 5/29, 6/5, 6/12, 6/19.

This session is for students who will be COMPLETELY finished with every course in their paralegal program at the end of Spring 2021.  If you are taking any courses in summer 2021 to finish your paralegal program, this session is not for you – you’ll do the next course.

The two-part exam will be administered in-person, on campus at Phoenix College, on 6/26 and 7/24, from 8:00 a.m. - noon, subject to community health conditions permitting. 

To summarize:  There are two things you will need to register and pay for:

1. The exam itself (this you must do through NALA, the organization that sponsors the exam and certification). You must register and pay for the exam itself with NALA The exam is a separate cost from the review course. Click here for NALA’s Online Application.

2. The CP Review Course to get you ready for this national certification exam. The cost of the review course is $295 and includes being able to take the exam at Phoenix College rather than having to pay a commercial testing center (most of which are not even available at this time), which would be a separate expense.

If you want to take the Certified Paralegal Exam in June and July of 2021, you need to:

1. Register NOW for the exam with NALA (you must register before you the end of the semester to get the student discount).

2. Register for the CP Review Course that helps prepare you for the exam

To register for the REVIEW COURSE, send an email to: and include your student number (8-digit number that begins with a “3”) and your telephone number. The Program Secretary will register you for the course and notify you by email when that is done.  You will then be able to go online through your Student Center to pay for the review course.  The cost is $295. Registration is available Monday – Thursdays only.

There is only ONE BOOK you will need: Certified Paralegal Exam Fundamental and you get that from NALA (Links to an external site.)

If you have questions, send an email to: