Free CLE Opportunities for Paralegals and Attorneys

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I prepared the following list for my own personal use and am making it available to you for the same purpose. These CLE have been compiled from various organizations, I do not own them or have any involvement with them. This information is provided for your convenience only and it is your responsibility to verify CLE eligibility, etc.  At the time of this posting, all CLEs listed below were available free of charge but that could change at any time.

Cost or availability may change at any time. If something does change, I would appreciate it if you would let me know so I can update the list. You can shoot me an email at lmcfrp@gmail.com. Also, if you know of a CLE that should be listed here, please let me know so I can add it.

These CLE should be good for paralegals and attorneys, but you should verify the individual CLE details before you sign up.

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The Florida Bar

(updated 3/28/16)

ABC’s of Starting and Managing Your Law Practice

Building the Small Firm Marketing Program: From Planning to Ethical, Effective Action

Developing a Business Plan for the Start-up Law Firm

Earn More, Stress Less: Using Technology To Make Solo and Small Firm Practice Sustainable

FPAA Ethics of Discovery – Rule 3.220 and Brady-Giglio Obligations

How to Develop a Paperless Law Practice: Simply, Sensibly, and Smoothly

Maintaining a Trustworthy Trust Account

Meet the New Boss – Same as the Old Boss? Consumer-centric lawyering

New Rule 2.526: Digital Accessibility of Documents Electronically Transmitted to Florida Courts

Overview of The Florida Bar Discipline System and Reporting Attorney Misconduct

Staying Relevant: Adapting to the New Legal Normal

Taking Your Practice to Cloud 9

Technology Planning for the New Law Practice

The Ethics of Being Online For Lawyers

The Florida Bar – Young Lawyers Division

(Updated 3/28/16)

The following webinars can be found at this link: http://flayld.org/continuing-legal-education/yld-webinars/

Professionalism as a Survival Strategy

Cybersecurity Strategies to Protect Lawyers & Their Clients

Negotiating Around & Through Mindfields in Mediation

How to Grow Your Firms Business with Technology

In A Galaxy Far Far Away a/k/a Tallahassee

Fourth Amendment Update: Cell Phone and Computer Searches

Apps for Florida Lawyers

Legal Ethics 2.OMG

Social Media Marketing 101: How to Use Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to Promote Your Practice and Connect with The Florida Bar

The Road Less Traveled….Practicing in the Legislative Process

PLI

Practising Law Institute is a non-profit continuing legal education organization chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York, founded in 1933 by Harold P. Seligson. PLI is dedicated to providing the legal community and allied professionals with the most up-to-date, relevant information and techniques which are critical to the development of a professional, competitive edge.  We achieve these goals through the highest quality Seminars held annually in locations across the United States, annually supplemented Treatises, Audio CDs and DVDs, MP3s, Live Webcasts, Course Handbooks, and On-Demand Learning.

California Eviction Defense: Protecting Low-Income Tenants 2014

California Family Law for Low-Income Litigants: Motion and Hearing Practice, Including a Discussion of Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

End-of-Life Planning for the Low-Income Client 2013

Holistic Legal Advocacy for the Homeless: Strategies for Addressing Benefits, Housing and Social Services Issues Facing Homeless Populations

New Developments in Residential Loan Servicing: State, Federal and Programmatic Laws, Regulations and Standards 2013

 

Pathways to Justice 2012: Special Housing Updates

Protecting Domestic Violence Survivors and Children in California: Pro Bono Representation in Low-Income Domestic Violence Restraining Order Cases 2013

Re-Entry Issues: Overcoming Employment and Housing Challenges Due to a Prior Arrest or Conviction 2013

Reentry in California – Overcoming Legal Barriers to Community Reintegration Following Incarceration 2014

Representing California Homeowners and Tenants in Foreclosure 2014

Representing Tenants in Unlawful Detainer Actions in San Francisco 2014

Representing the Pro Bono Client: Advocacy Skills for Administrative Hearings 2014

Representing the Pro Bono Client: Consumer Law Basics 2014

Representing the Pro Bono Client: New York Public Assistance and Food Stamp Advocacy 2013

Social Media for Non-Profit and Public Interest Organizations 2014

Social Security Disability 2014: From Administrative Proceedings to Federal Practice

Spin-offs 2014

Subsidized Housing Basics 2012

Tax, Credit and Other Financial Consequences of Foreclosures, Short Sales and Mortgage Loan Principal Forgiveness 2012

The New Pro Bono Standards: Update on the 2013 Revisions

Troubleshooting Mortgage Servicing Problems: Regulatory Responses and Advocacy Approaches 2013

Unaccompanied Immigrant Children – Effective Representation 2014

What a Homeowner’s Attorney Needs to Know About Debt Collection, Foreclosure and Discrimination by California Homeowners Associations 2014

Working with Immigrants: The Intersection of Basic Immigration, Housing, and Domestic Violence Issues in California 2014

Working with Survivors of Human Trafficking: Learning about Immigration, Criminal, Civil, and Benefits Legal Remedies in California 2014

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