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This is a listing of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Courses for Connecticut, CT. Please make your selection below of Connecticut CLE courses. Our courses are available on Audio CD, DVD, Online, & Smartphone. Click "Add" to add a course to your Custom Bundle. For more information about a particular course, click on a course name As an added bonus, we allow you to select courses in excess of the advertised credit amount for your selected bundle. In fact, you may add all courses available in our library at no extra charge. All of the courses you select will be available to you but we will only certify the advertised credit amount for your selected bundle.

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Ethical Issues Facing Practitioners in Family Law

Family law practitioners are confronted with complex ethical dilemmas in their everyday practice. In this CLE course, experienced matrimonial and family law attorney, Samuel J. Ferrara will take you through a series of hypothetical's exploring the myriad ethical issues faced by family law and matrimonial attorneys. Address the possible resolutions of these ethical concerns, such as issues regarding the certification of a statement of net worth, as well as custody and visitation. This program i...

Ethics Credits
1.25
Price$75

Anatomy of a Deposition

The pre-trial deposition stage is a critical point in any litigation. Indeed many personal injury and commercial cases are either won or lost during the deposition phase. Our panel of experts provides practical guidance, while teaching basic deposition skills, techniques for handling commonly encountered problems, how to use depositions at trial and how to seek rulings from a trial judge. A demonstration of how to conduct a deposition is also re-enacted. Some of the specific issues addres...

General Credits
2.5
Price$100

Co-op and Condo Law and Practice: A View from Both Sides

Learn the important issues involved in negotiating and finalizing co-op and condominium deals, as well as the unique legal and regulatory issues surrounding living in co-ops and condominiums. The respective rights of the co-op/condominium and the shareholder/unit-owner are discussed as well the rights of developers involved in the sale of new buildings.

General Credits
2.5
Price$100

e-Litigation for Dummies

A panel of experts provides an overview of what you need to know about the e-litigation revolution that is overtaking our courts – from e-filing to e-discovery to using electronic information in court. Understand the basics of how to e-file and serve litigation papers including summonses, complaints and motions, as well as the mandatory e-filing rules and how to pay court fees on-line. Learn how to obtain Electronically Stored information (ESI), effectively use computer experts to fi...

Total Credits
2.5
Incl. 0.5 Ethics
Price$125

Employment Law and Ethics

Using a series of hypotheticals, hear from employment law practitioners and noted ethicists how to deal with the real world ethical issues that confront employment attorneys during their everyday practice. The program provides a lively and stimulating discussion.

Ethics Credits
1.5
Price$75

Introduction to the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act (FDCPA)

This CLE course offers a thorough introduction to the Fair Debt Collection Act (FDCPA). Presented by Harvey Rephen, who specializes in consumer protection from abusive and illegal debt collection, this fascinating and timely CLE course includes a comprehensive overview of the FDCPA and an explanation of the various restrictions placed on debt collectors. The course also details the parameters of communication with debtors and third parties, prohibited practices, and civil liabilities with rega...

General Credits
1.25
Price$75

Ethical Implications and Social Media

Jonathan Ezor, an attorney and law professor who frequently writes and speaks about ethics and social media, offers an all-inclusive review in this CLE course. Advancing technology and social media present a wide range of potential issues for any attorney or firm, and a thorough understanding of these issues and the potential for conflicts is essential. The course begins with a description of the risks faced by attorneys from use of the Internet, mobile technologies and social networks, inclu...

Ethics Credits
1
Price$50

An Overview of State and Local Contracting Issues & Practice in New Jersey

A fascinating and detailed two-part CLE course covering every nuance of New Jersey Contracting issues, this expansive CLE course offers attorneys a thorough review of state and local issues. The first part, entitled New Jersey State Government Contract Law and Process is presented by Patrick D. Kennedy, Esq. Beginning with an overview of both contracting methods and their alternatives, Kennedy then goes in-depth and covers areas such as interactions with procuring entity, specifications, const...

General Credits
2.5
Price$100

Building a Successful Partnership With In-House Counsel

This fascinating CLE course focuses on an oft-ignored but critical aspect of practicing law: the relationship between in-house and outside counsel. Presented by Mitchell Falber, Senior Executive Vice President and General Counsel for ABC Carpet & Home, the course is designed to address both in-house attorneys and general attorneys who may be retained as outside counsel and is a first-hand look at the importance of creating and maintaining meaningful and constructive partnerships between attorn...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Is Criminal Lawyering About Truth?

A panel of prosecutors and defense attorneys explore the key issue of whether criminal lawyers should ascertain the complete truth from their clients as well as other ethical dilemmas confronted by criminal practitioners. Must a lawyer believe his or her client's testimony? Why do clients lie? What should a lawyer do after learning that the client lied? This course provides a fascinating discussion no matter which perspective you come from -- prosecution or defense.

Ethics Credits
2.25
Price$100


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