(PRWEB) December 23, 2013 -- David Delaney, an education attorney in Gainesville, Florida with the Dell Graham PA law firm, achieves board certification.
The Florida Supreme Court established Florida’s board certification program in 1982 (1), with the aim to help consumers identify qualified legal specialists. Only board certified attorneys are allowed to describe themselves as "specialists" or "experts" in their chosen area of practice. Board Certified lawyers are evaluated for professionalism and tested for expertise -- with only 6% of Florida attorneys having attained this distinction, attaining board certification is a distinction and honor for law professionals.
Attorney Delaney is a partner at the Dell Graham PA law firm, which he has been a member of since 1997. Apart from being a certified in education law, he also concentrates his practice on the representation of insurance companies and self-insured entities in the areas of governmental liability and personal injury defense.
Those interested in learning more about board certification, and the value board certified attorneys can bring to their clients, can read more about it on Dell Graham PA's website at http://dellgraham.com/florida-board-certified-attorneys/
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