Louisiana Notary Exam Sidepiece 2020 Study Guide




Louisiana Notary Exam Sidepiece 2020 Study Guide: Tips, Index, Forms—Essentials Missing in the Official Book (Self-Study Sherpa Series)


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[SUPERSEDED VERSION: This 2020 edition is keyed to the state's 2020 study text (red cover). Please LOOK FOR THE NEW EDITION OF THIS BOOK, also on this website, for use with the blue 2021 text.] ... The Louisiana Notary Exam has a 20% pass rate. The Notary Exam has an official Study Guide you use during the exam. But the Study Guide has no index, no big picture, no study strategies, no exam-day tips, no paginated cross-references . . . and few of the forms notaries use that they test your understanding of. It’s got the law and notary rules, but it’s missing essentials for any such textbook.


This book has all that—and much more that anyone contemplating the Notary Exam should read. It even includes crucial information about notary practice that every newbie notary ought to know. Basically it’s the rest of the official Study Guide they somehow omitted. Why would they leave out the index, of all things? Reminder: a 20% pass rate. ...


As a senior law teacher and member of two state bars, Professor Childress still needed to pass the Louisiana Notary Exam to start practicing as one. It’s a challenging exam for everyone, yet he found in the 'Study Guide' lots of trees but little forest—and even less real guidance. Determined that current test-takers can do better with more real help, he wrote this book and geared the page numbers—including a detailed index—to the 2020 edition of the state’s official text, 'Fundamentals of Louisiana Notarial Law and Practice.'


An affordable addition to the Self-Study Sherpa Series from Quid Pro Books, an eBook that actually pays for itself ten-fold with its 'one weird trick' showing how to save $105 in fees in the notary qualification process.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Steven Alan Childress is a law professor at Tulane, since 1988. He earned a JD from Harvard and a PhD from Berkeley. He clerked in Shreveport for the federal court and practiced law in California. He teaches Tulane's notary law class for paralegals, is a practicing Louisiana notary, and is a member of the Louisiana Notary Association. He coauthored the treatise 'Federal Standards of Review,' edited three volumes on the legal profession, and annotated a new edition of Holmes' 'The Common Law.'

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