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Build a Customized Alabama CLE Compliance Bundle

Individually select approved CLE courses from our centralized online library no matter where you practice.



The Alabama State Bar allows attorneys to take six (6) CLE hours online, including one (1) Ethics hours.

With this bundle you will get six (6) credits, and the option to choose the courses you take for those six (6) credits. After purchase, you can add programs to your bundle to begin receiving credit. 

You have one full year from the date of your purchase to complete your programs.


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Biased? Me? - The Biology and Psychology of Decision-Making and How Lawyers Can Improve Interpersonal Skills
So much of the practice of law involves decision-making, and convincing others to make better decisions based upon fact rather than emotion. This program is intended to guide attendees to appreciate how they involuntarily make decisions and how to recognize and prevent bias, and how to effectively communicate with persons whose bias affects others.

American Bar Association

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U.S. Supreme Court 2020 - 2021 Term: Cases involving Criminal Law Issues
In this program, Professor Alan Saltzman dives deep into a wide range of cases involving Criminal Law issues decided by the U.S. Supreme Court between November 2nd, 2020 through June 21st, 2021.

Saltzman Seminars

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Lessons for Lawyers from True-Crime TV, Vol. 2: Insanity in Criminal Court
In this program, Dr. Brian Russell will discuss the insanity defense and breakdown it's history and the Supreme Court's most recent decision on the matter.

Dr. Brian Russell

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The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Profession
Join our panel for a fascinating discussion about the ethics of AI in the legal profession, in terms of advising AI developers, public policy concerns, and permissible uses of AI in legal practice.

Legalweek

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Mitigating the Discovery Risks for the Hybrid Workforce
2020 fundamentally changed the way that businesses get work done. Everyone is now fully digitized, and dependent on Zoom, Microsoft, Slack, and mobile apps to engage with others and collaborate internally. This will have a profound impact on eDiscovery as we move toward a work-from-anywhere future. Join our panel as they discuss the implications, and share best practices to prepare for the future of work.

Legalweek

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Change Management: Steps to Successfully Adopting AI, RPA, and Emerging Technologies in Your Law Firm
If you are looking to implement new technologies and want to understand the steps to make the change, join this discussion and learn from award-winning legal technology experts and immigration attorneys who have a track record in creating and embedding these technologies into law firm processes.

Legalweek

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Lawyer Mental Health Matters: Making Work Life Balance a Reality
As the lines have gone from blurry to nonexistent, lawyers and legal teams everywhere are struggling with when to ‘end’ the workday before a new one begins. An already long overdue concern for lawyers, finding appropriate work/life balance amid a global pandemic requires legal teams to think more creatively about how they are helping lawyers reduce stress and maintain a sustainable pace that will not lead to fatigue, burn out, or more serious mental health concerns. Thanks to the recent pandemic however, a silver lining has emerged: there is a new light and focus on what firms can do to boost morale, keep mental health front-and-center, and make work/life balance a reality, instead of a hopeful, yet distant dream.

Legalweek

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An Insider's Guide to Preventing Discovery Disputes
Join this session as our veteran practitioners discuss why your team should create ESI protocols; some of the common pitfalls that occur around this process; and how to prevent common discovery disputes stemming from electronic data.

Legalweek

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