In a September 28 press release, Lawline announced that it will be offering 30+ live webcasts and 300+ on-demand courses before Virginia’s October 31, 2017 CLE reporting deadline. All approved for accreditation by the Virginia State Bar, the selection even includes courses focusing on Virginia state laws to help local practitioners improve their practice.
Courses are available across 30+ practice areas, including staples such as corporate, intellectual property, and immigration law, as well as niche and up-and-coming practice areas like government contracting, privacy & cybersecurity, and animal law. Additionally, Lawline is offering 15 on-demand Ethics programs and two Ethics live webcasts this October, so there’s plenty of choices to fulfill Virginia’s Ethics requirement! The selection of upcoming live webcasts include:
- A Legal Analysis of ICE Interior Enforcement and Sanctuary Cities
- Introduction to Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions in Virginia
- International Child Custody & Abduction
“We recognize the nature of the legal profession,” said Sigalle Barness, Lawline’s Vice President of Content. “Lawyers need plenty of options to fulfill their requirement despite busy schedules. We want to ensure we’re offering our valued Virginia attorneys the options they need in anticipation of their approaching deadline.”