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Description The Sarasota/Manatee Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators serves the legal community in a variety of ways. It hosts educational seminars for attorneys and administrators, some of which provide CLE credits.

Since the chapter’s inception, its members have been active with the Florida Council, and in attendance at ALA Chapter Leadership, Regional, and National Conferences.
Address PO Box 48616
Sarasota
Florida
34230
United States of America
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Submission Date 11/01/11 (Edited 12/01/11)



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