Do you check your horoscope every day but have trouble picking which CLE program to watch next? We’ve got you covered. With more than 1600 On-Demand programs available on Lawline, we know it can be a struggle to narrow down your options, so we curated a list of CLE perfectly suited to every zodiac sign’s strengths and weaknesses. Check out the list below, and let us know in the comments if we read you right!
Aries: Aries may have a reputation for being aggressive and a little stubborn, but they also have a deep-seated sense of fairness and the courage to right society’s wrongs. Aries attorneys should harness that assertive energy in the courtroom and pursue social justice for those who have been injured by an unfair system. Check out Law Enforcement Liability Under Section 1983: Critical Steps For the Trial Lawyer.
Taurus: Reliable, patient Taurus is just the right sign to wade through thousands of pages of updated SEC regulations in order to advise their clients on compliance with the arcane rules for securities broker-dealers. We could have suggested just one of the programs in our Broker-Dealer Bootcamp, but we know that the uncompromising Taurus won’t rest until you watch the whole four-part series.
Gemini: Some may call this sign two-faced, but we know that Gemini attorneys are nimble and able to adapt to a variety of situations, which is a boon for your clients. This is the perfect skill to help shepherd your client’s mergers and acquisitions through the maze of regulatory agencies. Check out Navigating Your Transaction Through the US Antitrust Agencies.
Cancer: Tenacious, loyal Cancer makes a zealous advocate for the criminal client, and your natural tendency towards suspicion will serve you well when cross-examining your adversary. Check out Winning a Federal Criminal Trial to help you hone your persuasion skills in the courtroom.
Pisces: Compassionate Pisces can have a hard time in a tough legal industry, but taking care of the most vulnerable clients is right in their wheelhouse. Check out Best Practices for Interviewing Traumatized Clients to learn how to skillfully handle clients who have suffered trauma - just remember not to let seeing the worst in the world harden you.
*This article was prepared with assistance from Tamanna Saidi, a pre-law sophomore at Baruch College in New York City.
Sarah graduated from Simon's Rock College in 2005 with a BA in Linguistics, then worked in events production for several years before she graduated from New York Law School in 2012. Before joining Lawline, she worked in litigation management as a legal auditor. She loves working as a program attorney as it combines her legal knowledge and production background. She has two kids, two cats, and loves public transit and rainy days.