That's right. No prior bankruptcy training or experience is required to apply to the Bankruptcy Certification Program.
The Bankruptcy Program at National Bankruptcy Academy offers candidates 40-credit hours of intensive, full-submersion, accelerated training designed for those attorneys who want to master the art of consumer bankruptcy practice.
Candidate must attend class, pass exams, and actively participate in discussions and interactive role-playing. Practicing what is taught is essential to learning the fundamentals.
All classes are scheduled for 8 hours each day, including breaks throughout the day. A lunch break is also included. The 40-hour program covers the courses listed below:
Class 101: Bankruptcy Fundamentals (10 credit hours) (prerequisite: none)
Class 201: Advanced Bankruptcy Theory and Practice (20 credit hours) (prerequisite: Class 101)
Class 301: Bankruptcy Motion Practice & Courtroom Tactics (10 credit hours) (prerequisite: Class 101, Class 201)
If you possess a heartfelt desire to build a respected legal career, along with the vision and drive to succeed, then take the first step and register today.