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We are happy to announce that Jessica N. Roshon, Associate Attorney, is now certified in elder law by the National Elder Law Foundation. Jessica is one of only 32 Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELAs) in Ohio.
To become certified in elder law, an applicant must be an attorney in good standing, be licensed to practice law for at least five years, attend continuing education seminars on various elder law issues during three years prior to application, have references from other elder law attorneys, and pass a rigorous full-day certification exam, plus a separate Ohio-specific essay exam.
Congratulations to Jessica for her hard work and dedication toward this achievement!