Reports and Articles
NNA Conference Reports
Professionalism: The Keystone of Success: A Report on the 26th Annual Conference [2004, Philadelphia].
Signed, Sealed, Secured: A Report on the 25th Annual Conference [2003, Orlando].
e-Confidence in World Commerce: A Report on the 24th Annual Conference of the National Notary Association [2002, San Diego].
Technology with Trust: A Report on the 23rd Annual Conference [2001, Montreal].
Securing Identity in the 21st Century: A Report on the 22nd Annual Conference [2000, Las Vegas].
Law Review Articles by NNA Staff
"Being There: The Importance of Physical Presence to the Notary," Charles N. Faerber. John Marshall Law Review, v. 31, n. 3, Spring 1998, pp. 749 - 776.
"Book Versus Byte: The Prospects and Desirability of a Paperless Society," Charles N. Faerber. John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law, v. 17, n. 3, Spring 1999, pp. 797 - 831.
"The Feminization of the Office of Notary Public: From Femme Covert to Notaire Covert," Deborah M. Thaw. John Marshall Law Review, v. 31, n. 3, Spring 1998, pp. 703 - 734.
"National Notary Association: A Historical Profile," Milton G. Valera. John Marshall Law Review, v. 31, n. 3, Spring 1998, pp. 971-999.
New Technology and a Global Economy Demand That American Notaries Better Prepare for the Future: Upgrading the Current Common Law System May mean Establishing a New Class of Cyber Professional," Milton G. Valera. John Marshall Law Review, v. 32, n. 4, Summer 1999, pp. 935 - 964.