Currently, California attorneys with last names N-Z must complete 25 CA CLE hours by January 31, 2020… including 4 hours of legal ethics, 1 hour of elimination of bias and 1 hour of competence issues.
Yes, California attorneys can complete online & downloadable MCLE courses for Participatory credit because we monitor your participation and verify your attendance in the course.
Inverse condemnation in California is a nebulous area of law that involves constitutional claims, tort law and public entity immunity. The case law is murky and in the wake of the recently decided City of Oroville, property owners now face a much tougher road in these cases. California Inverse Condemnation CLE Evan Walker handles inverse condemnation cases in California. In this CLE…
An FBI agent’s son is kidnapped. You are called in to negotiate for the safe return of the child. How do you begin to approach such a high stakes negotiation? Especially considering the person you are negotiating with is deranged or stupid enough to kidnap a federal agent’s child.
How many questions do you ask before you make important decisions? Do you assume you know what is best for this case and for this client – simply based on all your previous cases? Implicit Bias Are there subconscious forces that impact how you think and how you feel? And how do these hidden forces impact your decision making? This CLE course…
California attorneys must complete 25 hours, including 4 legal ethics, 1 competence issues and 1 elimination of bias every 3 years. Attorneys A-G must complete and report the California MCLE requirement by February 1, 2019.
California attorneys must complete 25 hours every 3 years.
A passionate advocate for her clients, Ashley Arcidiacono provides key points when analyzing defensive asylum cases and shares strategies and trial tips so you can get the best results for clients trying to prevent removal from the United States.
Completing your 25 hours of California MCLE… don’t forget to complete at least 4 hours of Legal Ethics, 1 hour of Competence Issues and 1 hour of Elimination of Bias.
Call it the Amazon effect, but states are now coming after businesses that sell goods and services on the Internet to multiple states.