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How to change my email address for the listserv

How to change my email address for the listserv


Due to the protection and privacy policy of the CAPCA Listserv this can only be done by CAPCA. Please send an email to capcamember@gmail.com indicating 

  • which list you are a member of (CAPCA LAW or CAPCA WEB)
  • the email address you currently use for the listserv
  • the email address you would like to use 
  • why you need to change (left previous firm, new law firm, using new email address, etc)



Please note it can take up to a week for the change to take place

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