MCLE

Why don’t more attorneys find value in CLE?

I have been pondering this all week. What got me started thinking about this was last week’s post about the Illinois attorney who got his secretary to complete his online CLE. At first I found it comical that the attorney’s misdeeds were revealed (he must have made his secretary mad!). Then the more I thought about it, the angrier I became for…

Cybersleuthing & Intellectual Assets

On Thursday night I had the pleasure of taping another wonderful event with the North County Bar Association here in San Diego. It was a great dinner on a beautiful Southern California spring evening, and there was a wonderful presentation on Cybersleuthing – or more appropriate title ‘digging up dirt online.’ It was a great presentation that instructed attorneys how to find…

Hello Big Apple!

After a long, arduous, and grueling process, all of us at Attorney Credits are very thankful to the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for granting us Approved Provider status. Attorneys from the Empire State will now also have the opportunity to conveniently complete their MCLE requirement without breaking the bank. At Attorney Credits, we have shifted the paradigm on CLE…

Fun With the Kids

Well, Mike and I woke up early today and headed for the courthouse bright and early – and we were excited about it. Luckily, we weren’t facing traffic tickets, jury duty or an impending lawsuit like most trips to court. Rather, we were headed to court this morning to help videotape an event for the North County Bar Association here in San…

Literature and the Law

The great beauty of CLE is that whatever state you may practice in, there are only a few classes that you are required to take. California is one of the most burdensome, with six required units of legal ethics, substance abuse, and elimination of bias. However, once you complete these required courses, there a number of other course that you are free…