*The American Legal Nurse Consultant Certification Board recently approved a universal recertification date of October 31. If your certification expires in March, April or May in a given year, your new recertification date is October 31. Read the press release for more information.
**2020 LNCC recertification applications can be submitted after January 1, 2020.**
Certification Renewal Information
Maintaining your LNCC® certification is an investment in one of your most important assets: your professional credibility. You may renew certification either by examination or a contact hour system.
The goal of the contact hour renewal system is for the LNCC® to pursue activities that will enhance his or her practice of legal nurse consulting and build upon the base level of knowledge demonstrated for initial certification.
To renew certification, LNCCs must:
- Have a current, unrestricted RN license
- Have evidence of 2000 hours of legal nurse consulting practice within the 5 years prior to renewal, at the time of application
- Complete one of the following:
- Submit 60 contact hours that meet the published criteria
- Pass the LNCC certification examination
- AALNC Members: $300
- Non-members: $445
Recertification & Contact Hour Information
|If you passed the exam or recertified in…||Your certification will expire on…||Application deadline date is…||You may use contact hours earned between…|
||March 5, 2015 -
October 31, 2020
Acceptable Contact Hours
You may earn contact hours from continuing education, academic coursework, presentations, publications and AALNC/ALNCCB volunteer roles. You may use any combination of contact hours for a total of 60 contact hours. Click here to view the list of eligible activities and criteria for recertification credit.
Renewal applications must be submitted to the ALNCCB no later than the dates listed above. Applications submitted after the deadline, between November 1 - November 15, must include an extended deadline late fee of $100. Applications submitted past the extended deadline date are considered past deadline and will not be accepted. Certification may be regained only by re-taking and passing the LNCC® examination.