Find a Certification Program

While attorneys may be certified by any private certification program, each state has specific rules governing how lawyers may communicate their certification. Be sure to contact the state representatives listed for more information regarding recognition of private specialization programs.

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More Information About Finding a Certification Program

Sources of Certification
Finding a suitable certification program depends upon where you practice and your specialty area. To help, we have compiled the Sources of Certification list of state specialization plans and private organizations that administer ABA-accredited certification programs. This list contains more details about which programs are offered and how to contact the organizational sponsor.

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Updated: 04/03/2013

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