Becoming a Certified Elder Law Attorney


The National Elder Law Foundation has compiled a list of resources and materials to help you become a Certified Elder Law Attorney

Rules and Regulations
The Board of Certification of the National Elder Law Foundation (NELF) has issued its Rules and Regulations regarding certification of elder law attorneys. This report, written by Helen Cohn Needham, first Chair of the NELF Board of Certification, presents a brief history and overview of certification as well as the complete text of the NELF Board of Certification Rules and Regulations regarding certification of elder law attorneys.

Qualifications Summary
A summary of the qualifications for certification in elder law. Please consult the Rules and Regulations for complete information.

Short Form Application
This is the Short-Form Application which is necessary to begin the certification process. Enclosed with this application are copies of the Board of Certification Rules and Regulations and an article which explains certification and answers the questions most commonly asked about certification.

Long Form Application
This is the Long-Form Application for Certification in Elder Law

Exam Calendar and Registration Form
A list of upcoming exam dates and a downloadable registration form

Recertification Application
A downloadable application for recertification in Elder Law

NAELA Advanced Elder Law Review

For additional information please contact Pam Yanni at pyanni@NAELA.org or 703- 942-5711 ext. 231

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