What Attorneys Are Watching In Every State (Map)

February 13, 2019

Whether you’re newly admitted or a veteran in your practice, meeting your CLE requirements can be overwhelming, and with a plethora of CLE options available, picking the right one for you can be tricky. If you’re not sure where to start, turn to a jury of your peers. On the map below, check out what your officemate or your fiercest courtroom adversary are watching to get up-to-speed on the latest legal developments and grow (in) their practice. Scroll over your state to see what attorneys are watching in your neck of the woods.

We also found some neat trends when we broke down the data. For one, privacy & cybersecurity are at the top of everyone’s list. With new privacy rules like the GDPR and emerging technologies like blockchain, attorneys nationwide are more invested than ever in protecting themselves and their clients from potential breaches. Programs like Data Privacy and Cybersecurity: Current Trends and Future Issues or Beyond the Trash Bin: Proper Disposal of Electronic Data will help you in your practice and answer your burning cybersecurity questions. Ethics programs, which many attorneys dread don’t have to be a snooze. Effective and Ethical Management of Work-Related Stress for Attorneys is a practical program taught by an attorney-turned-psychotherapist with helpful tips on how to manage stress every day.

 

Most Popular CLE in Each State

Alabama: Beyond the Trash Bin: Proper Disposal of Electronic Data

Alaska: Blockchain & the Law: What Every Attorney Needs to Know

Arizona: 2017 Tax Reform for Individuals: Winners and Losers

Arkansas: The Wired Workforce: Legal Issues With Social Media on the Job

California: Ending the Discriminatory Consequences of Age Bias in the Legal Profession

Colorado: Data Privacy and Cybersecurity: Current Trends and Future Issues

Connecticut: Effective and Ethical Management of Work-Related Stress for Attorneys

Delaware: Basic Ethics for Lawyers

District of Columbia: Legal Ethics in Government Contracting

Florida: Can Attorneys Help Secure the Internet of Things?

Georgia: SCOTUS Preview 2019 Part II: Civil Cases

Hawaii: Addiction and Mental Health in the Legal Profession: The Path to Lawyer Wellness

Idaho: Cyber Risk and Cyber Insurance: The 5 Things Every In-House Counsel Needs to Know

Illinois: #WorkplaceHarassment – What @Employers Need to Know in the Age of Social Media

Indiana: Dealing with Conflicts

Iowa: Ethical Issues in Litigation Finance (Update)

Kansas: Consumer Debt & Personal Bankruptcy 101

Kentucky: A Comprehensive Overview of Trusts

Louisiana: Legal Ethics & the Risk of Mishandling Electronic Evidence (Update)

Maine: Advocating for the Educational Rights of Homeless Children and Youth: How to Navigate the Dispute Resolution System

Maryland: Deal Structuring in Buying and Selling a Business

Massachusetts: SBA Loan Closings (Session 2): Authorization for Debenture Guarantee in SBA 504 Loans

Michigan: Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts: Piloting the Maelstrom with a Steady Hand

Minnesota: An Overview of Voting Rights Litigation & The 2018 Midterm Elections

Mississippi: Advanced Issues in Employment Law Class Actions

Missouri: An Introduction to Approaching Individual Bankruptcies

Montana: Ethical Considerations in §1983 Practice: Retainer Structuring and Client Counseling

Nebraska: Ethics and Legal Writing Update

Nevada: Mental Health, Substance Abuse & Competence in the Legal Profession

New Hampshire: Summation - A Work in Progress

New Jersey: "Why Her & Not Me?”: How You Can Be the Attorney Reporters Call Without Losing Your License

New Mexico: Best Practices for Interviewing Traumatized Clients (Update)

New York: Strategies to Improve Diversity and Interrupt Implicit Bias in the Legal Profession

North Carolina: Digital Assets: New Technology in Trusts & Estates Practice

North Dakota: 504 Loan Closing Update (2018)

Ohio: What Every Attorney Needs to Know About Cybersecurity and Data Privacy: Ethical Issues and Recent Trends

Oklahoma: Credit Repair: A Primer for Lawyers

Oregon: Child and Elder Abuse Reporting in Oregon (Audio Only)

Pennsylvania: Appealing to the Board of Immigration Appeals

Rhode Island: Sustainable Success: The Ethics of Burnout, Stress, and Substance Abuse in the Legal Profession

South Carolina: Attorney Licensure and the Impaired Professional

South Dakota: SBA Loan Closings (Session 11): Other Conditions of 504 Loans

Tennessee: A Perfect Storm: The Intersection of Fake News, Celebrity Endorsements & Social Media

Texas: 2018 Trends in Reproductive Rights Law

Utah: Civility and Professionalism in the Courtroom

Vermont: A Legal Analysis of ICE Interior Enforcement and Sanctuary Cities

Virginia: SCOTUS Preview 2019 Part I: Criminal Cases

Washington: An Introduction To Qualified Immunity In §1983 Civil Rights Litigation

West Virginia: First Amendment Rights Under the Trump Administration

Wisconsin: An Associate’s Guide to Estate Planning

Wyoming: Alternative Fee Arrangements that Don't Run Afoul of the Ethical Rules

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Written by Angelica Cesario

Angelica Cesario is Lawline's Lead Program Attorney. She graduated cum laude from Amherst College in 2008 and holds a B.A. in Women's and Gender Studies and a Certificate in Latino and Latin American Studies. She received her J.D. from Columbia Law School in 2013 and is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey. Before joining Lawline, Angelica worked as a plaintiff-side labor & employment litigation attorney. Outside of work, Angelica serves on the Board of Directors of the TEAK Fellowship, a non-profit academic and cultural enrichment program that provides educational access to top NYC students. Angelica is the proud mom of an energetic toddler. During her free time, she enjoys reading, trying new foods, and catching up on her favorite TV shows.

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