Below are exam guides that have been created for the legal specialization examinations. Eventually all specialties will be provided with an exam guide. Therefore, if your specialty is not listed below, please check back soon. Additionally, all exam guides will contain sample questions. If your guide does not contain sample questions, please keep checking back for an updated exam guide.
Examination guide for the appellate practice examination
Juvenile Delinquency (subspecialty of Criminal Law)
Subject matter outline for the juvenile delinquency law examination
Subject matter outline for the family law examination
Subject matter outline for the immigration law examination
Social Security Disability
Subject matter outline for the social security disability law examination
Subject matter outline for the trademark law examination
Subject matter outline for the workers' compensation law examination
The National Elder Law Foundation (NELF) does not provide exam preparation materials. The scope of the exam is broader than most practices and you must design your studying on the areas with which you are not familiar. NELF does suggests the following publications: Representing the Elderly Client by Thomas D. Begley Jr. and Jo-Anne Herina Jeffreys, Elder Law in a Nutshell and Advising the Elderly or Disabled Client by Lawrence Frolik, and Tax, Estate and Financial Planning for the Elderly by Rebecca Morgan and David English, and the Elder Law Answer book by Robert Fleming and Lisa Davis.
In addition, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) offers an Advanced Elder Law Review that focuses on elder and special needs law. Please contact Pam Yanni at 703-942-5711 x 231 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
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