Louisiana Notary Exam Outline to the 2024 Study Guide: A Simpler Summary of the Official Book

Louisiana Notary Exam Outline to the 2024 Study Guide: A Simpler Summary of the Official Book

by Michele Childress
Louisiana Notary Exam Outline to the 2024 Study Guide: A Simpler Summary of the Official Book

Louisiana Notary Exam Outline to the 2024 Study Guide: A Simpler Summary of the Official Book

by Michele Childress

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ALL-NEW EDITION FOR 2024. Updates and expands the previous edition, and is keyed to the current state study guide (2024). The Louisiana Notary Public exam is based on a 722-page study guide, Fundamentals of Louisiana Notarial Law and Practice. But the official book is famously difficult to read and organized in a complex way. Readers often need help — including classes and Facebook groups — just to unwind it. This book is, at last, directly aimed at simplifying and outlining the study guide itself. Such a resource offers a better chance of passing the notoriously challenging notary exam.

Law school classes and bar exam prep have long given law students the advantage of complete outlines, nutshells, and bar review materials authored by experts in their subjects. It's time for this concept to be used for notary prep as well. Applying the tried-and-true outlining format successfully employed for bar review, experienced lawyer-notary Michele Childress offers this resource for aspiring Louisiana notaries — whether they're prepping by self-study or as part of organized coursework. 

A new addition — now in its third edition — to the Sherpa Series from Quid Pro Books, this book joins the Sidepiece and sSample Questions texts as affordable guidance in the journey to becoming a commissioned notary in our state.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Lawyer and notary public for the state of Louisiana since 2002, Michele Childress is a graduate of Loyola University and its law school. She also co-teaches remote-by-Zoom seminars on passing the Louisiana notary exam.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940185887899
Publisher: Quid Pro, LLC
Publication date: 02/01/2024
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 163,244
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

Michele Childress graduated from Loyola Law School—New Orleans after earning her undergraduate degree from Loyola as well. She joined the Louisiana bar in 2002 and received her notarial commission that same year. Along with her husband Alan, she has owned a notary/shipping service and they have performed thousands of notarial acts of various kinds. They also teach notary prep seminars via Zoom. Michele previously edited new editions of classic books on constitutional law, law study, and U.S. civics.
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