A sign of the times? Perhaps. But The Irreverent Lawyer‘s contributions to the cause of sourcing free continuing legal education continues to generate a lot of traffic.
Since the information is fairly simple to find, I am happy to post a few additional timely updates to the prior listings. Consider it another assist for the formidably frugal to unfrenetically ferret free programs. Here are the latest with the usual disclaimer of warranties and of ongoing availability:
FRCP 26 (F)- ALL ACCESS – A Behind the Scenes View of the Current Requirements at Webinars & Online Events – Law.com and through most bar associations offering legal research services through Fastcase, free training programs provide up to one hour of CLE credit, for example, Conducting Legal Research On Fastcase (Overview).
And finally, there are a slew of IE Discovery CLE Seminars offered at no cost to participants at IE Discovery. And through the Practising Law Institute (PLI), there are a variety of programs available such as, Protecting Domestic Violence Survivors and their Children Part II 2010: Obtaining Safe Custody/Visitation Orders (FREE) and Fulfilling Your Sixth Amendment Duty Under Padilla v. Kentucky (FREE Audio-only).