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California Learn from Home CLE Bundle

Save time with our hand-selected Compliance Bundles tailored to satisfy your mandatory state requirements.

The California Learn from Home CLE Bundle contains twenty-five (25) participatory MCLE hours required by the CA State Bar for Compliance, including the required four (4) hours in Ethics, one (1) hour in Competence Issues, and one (1) hour in Elimination of Bias from the Legal Profession. 

This bundle includes a one (1) hour complimentary CLE course provided by Law.com Pro - Navigating the Coronavirus Pandemic: How Firms are Aiding Clients and Running Their Own Operations.

The State Bar of California allows attorneys to complete their twenty-five (25) required MCLE hours online, including the four (4) required hours in Ethics, one (1) in Competence Issues, and one (1) in Elimination of Bias.

CLE Center is an accredited provider with the California State Bar, our provider number is 10594.

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Navigating the Coronavirus Pandemic: How Firms are Aiding Clients and Running Their Own Operations - COMPLIMENTARY PROGRAM
In this seminar, provided by Law.com Pro, our senior editors and analysts will detail what we are hearing from our deep contacts in the global general counsel community as well as in the law firm arena. We will explore what clients are asking of their firms, the needs of clients by industry and geography, how clients may adjust their outside legal spend, what law firms are doing to respond to the crisis for clients and themselves, and what this will all mean for law firm business in the near and far terms. **COMPLIMENTARY PROGRAM**

Law.com

1.25 - General Participatory

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63 minutes
Dealing with the Coronavirus (or any Disaster) the Ethical Way
Join the CLE Performer Stuart Teicher as he helps navigate the dangers the Coronavirus is causing in the practice of law…and examines the ethical implications in the process (Rules 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, ABA Opinion 482).

Stuart Teicher

1 - Ethics

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Elder Abuse: How to Recognize It and How to Respond
This program will assist you in identifying who can be abused, the types of abuse, and the warning signs or “red flags” of potential abuse for both the victims and perpetrators. You'll also discover possible ethical issues or potential ethical dilemmas legal professionals may face when dealing with elder abuse issues and how to respond.

American Bar Association

1 - General Participatory

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61 minutes
How to Leverage Technology to Effectively and Ethically Delegate Non-Legal Work
Need more time to handle your caseload? Getting a better grip on law practice technology could help with many of the tasks overwhelming you now. Learn the tools and rules you need to know to ethically and effectively delegate.

American Bar Association

1 - Ethics

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62 minutes
Bias Has Been Eliminated... Hypothetically Speaking
In this program, we discuss the elimination of bias in the legal profession. However, this is a two for one deal, because we also cover ethics. How do we accomplish that, you ask?

Stuart Teicher

1 - Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession

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62 minutes
Millennials and Malpractice: Tips to Avoid Common Pitfalls and Be a More Ethical Lawyer
Join us to gain tips for avoiding legal malpractice and being a more ethical lawyer. This program is geared toward millennial attorneys.

American Bar Association

1 - Ethics

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57 minutes
Attorney Impairment: Ethical Implications & Difficult Conversations
In this program, Dr. Brian Russell, Clinical Psychologist and Attorney at Law, will discuss the different impairments that can affect an attorney. The ethics rules are implicated in addressing the issues involved and how it affects the practice of law. He will also discuss different ways attorneys can find help.

Dr. Brian Russell

1 - Competence Issues

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92 minutes
Employee Well-Being: What Can and Can't Employers Ask?
Do you know when and how much medical information employers may ask of their employees? Or how much medical information employees need to disclose to their employers? Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) strictly limits the circumstances under which employers can ask employees for medical information or require them to take medical examinations. Get all the answers for your clients as well as your practice!

American Bar Association

1.5 - General Participatory