A newsletter published three times a year dedicated to the enhancement of notarial professionalism in Louisiana
Dear Fellow Notary:
All notaries in this State share an unavoidable problem. The laws and jurisprudence affecting every aspect of your practice are changing with ever increasing speed. Gone are the days when the knowledge you acquired when preparing for your notarial or bar examination could be counted upon to remain essentially unchanged during your professional career. The results of a failure to remain abreast can be at best embarrassing, and at worst, injurious and potentially costly.
Louisiana Notary is a newsletter designed to bridge this information gap. Published three times yearly (Spring, Summer, and Fall) since 1983, it has become recognized as the informational service for notaries. Non-attorney notaries find it invaluable for keeping abreast of the endless legislation and jurisprudence affecting their everyday practice. Attorneys find it useful in filling the gap in notarial practice left by other legal journals and continuing education seminars.
Louisiana Notary reviews court decisions, legislation, and state agency policies for changes important to notaries. Additionally, most issues contain answers to readers’ questions. Common notarial forms presented in a reproducible format are frequently included, in addition to general articles of interest to all Louisiana notaries.
The current issue is the Spring 2012 issue. It contains information on legislation in-the-works in the 2012 session, and a report on a Lake Charles judge who certified a convicted robber as having the character and fitness to be appointed as a notary.
If you want to read a sample issue in order to get an idea of the regular publication’s style and content, click here.
Subscribers get more than the newsletter. Once you’re on the subscription list, you’ll have access to a special and exclusive opt-in e-mail update service and a subscriber-only information site on the Internet.
A subscription to Louisiana Notary is is not only useful; it is an excellent value–only $49.50 (online price only) for two-years (six issues). If you do any notarial work whatsoever, you will find your subscription to Louisiana Notary pays for itself many times over.