For over 15 years Paradigm Investigations has been investigating cases with the highest standards and ethics. As we pursue investigations it is our endeavor to maintain the highest of standards as we produce exemplary results. We work with like minded colleagues in our field of expertise and hold memberships to strengthen our core values.
National Association of Legal Investigators
NALI is about people- people providing special services to and for other people. NALI’s motto is, “without true facts, there can be no justice.” Isn’t that the truth! To that end, the members of NALI endorse, promote and safeguard the highest professional ethics of the legal investigative profession and explore, cultivate, and advance those arts and sciences. Our members routinely provide litigation support investigative services to and for private attorneys and public defenders who practice law in the civil and criminal disciplines. NALI was founded in 1967 and is the oldest and most prestigious association of legal investigators servicing the legal community within the USA and beyond. NALI subsequently created and runs its world renown Certified Legal Investigator Professional Board Certification (CLI) which is still as relevant today as when it was introduced in 1978. Highly skilled, professional Legal Investigators make up the body of NALI’s membership and governing officers and directors. Over the years, NALI has set benchmarks for investigative ethics and established high standards for the practice of legal investigation. We educate, assist, and service our members and their clients. We also provide a plethora of member benefits to assist them in their mission to seek the truth in the name of justice.
It is hard to believe that some of Oklahoma’s finest plaintiffs’ attorneys felt it was necessary to meet in secret to discuss the plight of their clients, but such was the case in 1943 when seventeen of Oklahoma’s most prominent plaintiffs’ attorneys created the Negligence and Compensation Attorneys Association (NACLA).
The NACLA was the first organization of its type in the United States. From those humble secret beginnings, the Oklahoma Association for Justice, formerly known as the Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association, emerged and became a leader in protecting the jury trial system.
The Oklahoma Association for Justice is considered one of the most influential forces at the State Capitol. Over the last fifty plus years, the association has mitigated legislation that would have catastrophic effects on plaintiffs- working men and women. OAJ has worked to pass some of the most progressive legislation dealing with the judicial system in the entire United States.