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October Programs FTW: From Sanctuary Cities to IP Protection in the Digital Age

By Shaun Salmon on Oct 6, 2017 11:00:00 AM in CLE, Lawline News

Pumpkin spice everything, you guys - it’s officially fall! This October, Lawline is offering a bounty of webcasts, including programs on ICE Interior Enforcement, Social Security Disability addiction cases, and international trade.

Lawline Provides Over 300 Programs to Virginia Attorneys Before Deadline

By Shaun Salmon on Oct 5, 2017 1:13:46 PM in CLE, Lawline News

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...

New York’s New 2018 CLE Requirement on Diversity, Inclusion, & Elimination of Bias

By Angelica Cesario on Sep 25, 2017 4:44:41 PM in CLE

On January 1, 2018, a new category of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit will become effective in New York: Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias. The new rule, issued by the New York courts, states any programs falling under this...

July Lineup: Paris Accord Aftermath, Government Contracting, and Recent Developments in Electronically Stored Information

By Angelica Cesario on Jul 3, 2017 9:00:00 AM in CLE

It’s July – the season of fireworks, barbecue, and beaches. Well, here at Lawline, we’re also turning up the heat! Below are just a few exciting highlights from our upcoming July webcasts.

These 5 Tips Will Help Get You the Most From Your CLE Requirements

By Angelica Cesario on Jun 8, 2017 10:44:02 AM in CLE

If you’re an attorney, you’re probably dreading your upcoming CLE deadline. But what if you could complete your MCLE requirement and actually enhance your practice at the same time? You might not realize it, but you have a lot of discretion in...

Welcome NY Newly Admitted Attorneys! What You Need to Know Now

By Angelica Cesario on Feb 8, 2017 11:30:00 AM in CLE

Good news newly admitted New York attorneys  -  you can officially call yourself esquire and your CLE requirements just became a little easier! Without having to break the bank, you can now satisfy almost half of your requirements by watching...