The Academy gives junior attorneys the opportunity to put theory learned in school into a definable practice.
Oak Brook, IL (PRWEB) March 11, 2014
Attorneys looking to start their career or broaden an existing career ought to consider the National Bankruptcy Academy. Attorney Robert Schaller founded the academy as a way of providing attorneys a greater knowledge base in bankruptcy law. Upon completion of either the boot camp or intensive bankruptcy training, attorneys are prepared to take the multi-day Bankruptcy Scholar examination to earn the Bankruptcy Scholar certification.
The Academy gives newly graduated attorneys a means to build their practice and their careers. This is great news for law school graduates, since the overall employment rate for new graduates is at 84.7% - a figure that has not been seen since 1994, as reported by the Wall Street Journal and the National Association for Law Placement. According to Schaller, “The Academy gives junior attorneys the opportunity to put theory learned in school into a definable practice.” For established attorneys, the Academy provides a way to expand into another substantive area or an in-depth knowledge to complement existing practice areas.
With over one million bankruptcy cases expected to be filed over the next 12 months, there is more need than ever for attorneys who have a thorough knowledge of bankruptcy law. Bankruptcy law boot camp classes last two days and provide the knowledge required to handle routine bankruptcy filings. The five-day intensive program furnishes the information attorneys need to know to handle complicated filings.
The Academy also provides materials for attorneys to market themselves and grow their client base. This includes a referral program for people looking to find an attorney with the knowledge and skills to handle their bankruptcy problems. The certificate demonstrates that they are among the elite of the consumer bankruptcy bar.
Find more information about the National Bankruptcy Academy at http://www.nbalaw.org or call 630-655-1301.
About Robert Schaller, founder of the National Bankruptcy Academy
Robert Schaller is a full-time licensed attorney who has practiced law for more than 28 years. During those years of practice, he has filed more than 2,400 bankruptcy cases and restructured nearly half of a billion dollars in secured, priority and unsecured debts. He has also published a bankruptcy book, entitled Bankruptcy: Why Your Neighbor Had to File.
For more information or to speak with Robert Schaller, call 630-655-1301 or email him at Schaller(at)nbalaw(dot)org