What Attorneys Are Watching In Every State (Map)

Angelica Cesario | December 7, 2020

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.

 

 

Most Popular CLE in Each State

Alabama: A Primer on COVID-19 Protections for Employers and Employees: Examining New Relief Programs and Existing Employee Protection Laws

Alaska:  2020 Employment Law Update

Arizona: 20 Practice Tips to Wow Your SmallBiz Clients

Arkansas: 20 Practice Tips to Wow Your SmallBiz Clients

California: Coronavirus and Your Mental Health: A Lawyer’s Guide to Coping with Isolation, Anxiety and Fear in Uncertain Times

Colorado: Ethical Considerations for the Solo Practitioner or Small Law Office

Connecticut: 2020 Employment Law Update

Delaware: A Primer on Section 1983 Police Misconduct Litigation

District of Columbia: 20 Practice Tips to Wow Your SmallBiz Clients

Florida: Avoiding Cyberspace Danger Zones: The Ethics of Attorney Advertising

Georgia: "Virtual Currency" in a Real Tax World: Tax Implications for Buying, Selling, and Using Virtual Currencies

Hawaii: 2020 Employment Law Update

Idaho: Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Legal and Ethical Issues

Illinois: "Virtual Currency" in a Real Tax World: Tax Implications for Buying, Selling, and Using Virtual Currencies

Indiana: Ethics And Etiquette: Synonyms for Each Other? Antonyms to “Attorney”?

Iowa: Smartphones, Social Media, and Divorce

Kansas: Data Protection, Security & Legal Ethics (Update)

Kentucky: Avoiding Cyberspace Danger Zones: The Ethics of Attorney Advertising

Louisiana: Attorney Professionalism: Complying With Professional Norms When Faced With Challenges

Maine: What To Do When ICE Comes Knocking: The Rise in Worksite Raids and I-9 Audits

Maryland: A Primer on COVID-19 Protections for Employers and Employees: Examining New Relief Programs and Existing Employee Protection Laws

Massachusetts: 2020 Employment Law Update

Michigan: Coronavirus and Your Mental Health: A Lawyer’s Guide to Coping with Isolation, Anxiety and Fear in Uncertain Times

Minnesota: A Primer on COVID-19 Protections for Employers and Employees: Examining New Relief Programs and Existing Employee Protection Laws

Mississippi: Insurance Coverage Issues for Emerging Technology Risks

Missouri: 2020 Employment Law Update

Montana: Client Communication, Conflicts & Commingling: Why Texting Matters

Nebraska: Don't Give Up Five Minutes Before the Miracle (Update)

Nevada: Don't Give Up Five Minutes Before the Miracle (Update)

New Hampshire: A Primer on COVID-19 Protections for Employers and Employees: Examining New Relief Programs and Existing Employee Protection Laws

New Jersey: 2020 Employment Law Update

New Mexico: A Primer on COVID-19 Protections for Employers and Employees: Examining New Relief Programs and Existing Employee Protection Laws

New York: 20 Practice Tips to Wow Your SmallBiz Clients

North Carolina: 2020 Employment Law Update

North Dakota: "Virtual Currency" in a Real Tax World: Tax Implications for Buying, Selling, and Using Virtual Currencies

Ohio: A Primer on COVID-19 Protections for Employers and Employees: Examining New Relief Programs and Existing Employee Protection Laws

Oklahoma: Basics of Insurance Law

Oregon: Data Protection, Security & Legal Ethics (Update)

Pennsylvania:  2020 Employment Law Update

Rhode Island: Ethics And Etiquette: Synonyms for Each Other? Antonyms to “Attorney”?

South Carolina: Attorney Licensure and the Impaired Professional

South Dakota: An Attorney's Practical Guide to the Hiring, Management, and Termination of Employees

Tennessee: A Great Lawyer Must Be a Great Negotiator: Skills for You to Be the Best Negotiator in the Room

Texas: 2020 Employment Law Update

Utah: An Attorney's Practical Guide to the Hiring, Management, and Termination of Employees

Vermont: 2020 Employment Law Update

Virginia: A Primer on COVID-19 Protections for Employers and Employees: Examining New Relief Programs and Existing Employee Protection Laws

Washington: 2020 Employment Law Update

West Virginia: 2020 Employment Law Update

Wisconsin: An Attorney's Practical Guide to the Hiring, Management, and Termination of Employees

Wyoming: 2020 Employment Law Update

This article was originally published on February 13, 2019.

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Written by Angelica Cesario

Angelica Cesario is Lawline's Director of Attorney Education & Development. 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.

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