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Great State-Specific CLE for the Commonwealth of Virginia

By Sarah Mills on Oct 23, 2017 11:30:00 AM |

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With a selection of on-demand Virginia courses and October 31 webcasts, meeting compliance requirements should be as painless as setting your clock back on November 5.

Any day this month you can check out Criminal Practice in the General District Court and Nuts & Bolts of Litigating Personal Injury Cases. Geared towards practitioners new to criminal and personal injury cases in Virginia, including General Practitioners looking to expand their business, both courses offer practical guidance from engaging and organized faculty.

Waited until the last minute? We’ve still got you covered. October 31 is dedicated to live webcasts aimed at business-minded Virginia attorneys, but with topics that will be of interest to a broader audience as well.

In the morning, brush up on Bankruptcy 101, and get a refresher on procedure in the Eastern District’s “Rocket Docket” Court. In the afternoon, discover key issues in incorporating LLC’s with an Introduction to Operating Agreements, and learn the nuts and bolts of Forming a Nonprofit Entity

None of this for you? Check out Lawline’s other Virginia-specific programs, both on-demand and webcast.

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Sarah Mills

Written by Sarah Mills

The most recent Program Attorney, Sarah graduated from Simon's Rock College in 2005 with a BA in Linguistics, did some time in the NYC events world, and then returned to academia and graduated from New York Law School in 2012. Before joining Lawline, she worked in litigation management as a legal auditor, a job which made her lots of friends with partners at major law firms. She is a practical idealist, a cat lover, and enjoys defending bad weather and the MTA.
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