From Letters & Faxes – To Tik Tok & X Only a few years back, lawyers wrote letters, sent faxes and relied on their reputation for integrity & intelligence to gain clients. Nowadays, attorneys send emails, tweet and advertise on Google, Facebook and Tik Tok. Professionalism & Civility in the Legal Profession With the advent attorney advertising in the 1980’s, bar associations…
At Attorney Credits you can complete one course and get credit for multiple states. We offer courses in 49 states plus DC and Puerto Rico, so as long as you don’t need Wisconsin CLE, we have your covered. Getting credit for two or more states can be confusing to newcomers, but in this blog post, I will try to explain how easy…
As legal professionals in California gear up for the approaching Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) deadline on January 31, 2024, staying informed and organized is crucial. The State Bar of California mandates that attorneys engage in ongoing education to ensure they remain well-versed in the ever-evolving legal landscape. In this blog post, we will explore key aspects of the upcoming California MCLE…
In this CLE Dr. Allison Muller will introduce key toxicology concepts in civil cases by explaining drug levels & impairment, BAC levels & signs of visible intoxication, common false positives & negatives, and expected effects from common street & prescription drugs.
If you are a California attorney and your last name starts with the letters A-G – then your MCLE compliance is due February, 1, 2022! Yes, that’s right, it’s the end of your three year CA MCLE compliance cycle.. AGAIN!!
If you’re a California attorney don’t forget to complete at least 4 hours of Legal Ethics, 1 hour of Competence Issues and 1 hour of Elimination of Bias. These are the required “specialty” credits included in the 25 hour CA CLE requirement.
Martin Alperen literally wrote the book on Homeland Security (Foundations of Homeland Security: Law and Policy). He shares his expert insights in this CLE course.
California attorneys can take all 25 required CA CLEs online – including the 12.5 required hours of participatory credit. For online CLE courses, “participatory” means that we monitor your participation – which we do with verification checks during the video.
In his trial and appellate practice, David F. Johnson has litigated numerous disputes involving trustee compensation. From violating the self-interest rule to compensation issues with multiple trustees, there are endless pitfalls when it comes to determining the appropriate amount of compensation and upholding your duty of loyalty.
In this CLE, Randall Christison will teach you how to fine tune your legal writing by illustrating common legal writing mistakes, providing examples & exercises and concluding with tips for persuading judges.