I’ve said before that non-lawyers don’t give a rip about continuing legal education (CLE) and whether or not lawyers pay for it or get it gratis. And truth be known, were it not for CLE being mandatory to keep their licenses, there’s probably a bunch of lawyers who also wouldn’t give a good goddamn about it either.
All the same, whenever I post links to Free CLE, I feel obliged to include something else of possible passing interest to non-lawyers — like the time I posted “Me love you long time”: More FREE CLE and an “Uneasy Rider” sues BMW.
So if you’re a lawyer salivating for FREE CLE and you don’t have time for an adorable chocolate lab puppy with a faster way down a flight of stairs, then skip ahead to the bottom of this post. (The usual disclaimers apply)
But do note that the pup racing down the stairs has work and fun in the proper balance.
“Advanced Wage and Hour Issues: Wrinkles of “Work Time” and Exemption”
1.0 CLE credit hour approved in AZ, CA, FL, NJ, NY and TX, and in Ohio for self-study hours.
Sponsored by Squire Sanders at:
“Spotlight on Conflicts of Interest”
Sponsored by Attorney Protective.com
1.0 CLE credit hour approved in multiple jurisdictions.
Reserve your Webinar seat at: http://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/640748816
Other future CLE programs available via the sponsor’s webinar webpage link.
Approved for continuing legal education credit in CA, FL, IL, NJ, NY, TX and WA.
Sponsored by Sedgwick LLP.
ARDC, Illinois Attorney Registration and DisciplinaryCommission
Free CLE Recorded Webinars
New Trends in Lawyer Regulation: Illinois (Part I) Recorded Webinar (posted March 2013)
New Trends in Lawyer Regulation: National (Part II) Recorded Webinar (posted March 2013)
Photo Credits: “One of the puppies,” by soccerkrys at Flickr via Creative Commons-license requiring attribution; “Charlie,” by Amy at Flickr via Creative Commons-license requiring attribution;”puppy Cambell,” by 23am.com at Flickr via Creative Commons-license requiring attribution; “Smilin’ Pup,” by Steven Jackson at Flickr via Creative Commons-license requiring attribution.