Well, the third anniversary of “The Irreverent Lawyer” is next week. And as an early commemoration for those besieged, bereft and bewildered lawyers, especially the young ones still looking for work, here are additional opportunities for free online continuing legal education.
I especially thought it apropos to feature freebies from law schools since I’ve been taking the lash to them of late, including last month’s,“Class action filed against law school. Will more buyer’s remorse follow?“
Let me hasten to add, though, that I cast no aspersions upon the beneficent waters of the law schools mentioned here. This cur bites no hand that feeds it.
So for all those lawyers who can’t pay back their law school tuition, much less afford to pay for overpriced CLE, and for all the procrastinators facing a fiscal MCLE deadline but who are nevertheless adamant about satisfying annual requirements on the cheap, this post is for you.
And as always, here’s my rote disclaimer of warranties concerning quality, continued availability or whether or not your jurisdiction will permit you to shamelessly claim credit for these gratis lectures.
Chapman Law School:
The total number of listings are extensive. For more, go to Lectures or http://www.lclark.edu/law/centers/animal_law_studies/publications_and_lectures/lectures/
Suffolk Law School:
The Advanced Legal Studies iTunes Selections at: ALS on iTunes U
44 free selections ranging from “Motions to Suppress” to “Cloud Computing” to “Health Care Reform” to “Administrative Law” to “Advanced Evidentiary Issues.”
UNLV Boyd Law School: