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California Mini Compliance Bundle 121120

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

The California Mini Compliance Bundle contains fourteen (14) participatory MCLE hours including the require four (4) hours in Ethics, one (1) hour in Competence Issues, and one (1) hour in Elimination of Bias from the Legal Profession.

The State Bar of California allows attorneys to complete all 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 in the Legal Profession.

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

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Bundle Courses

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Building and Maintaining an Ethical Culture Program within the Organization
During this session, we will discuss the traits of strong ethics programs, what are the key elements to a firm having successful organizational ethics and how do you create an effective ethics policy/program.

General Counsel Conference

1 - Ethics

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Gender Bias in the Courtroom: Perception or Reality?
As women continue to make significant strides in the legal profession, gender biases in the courtroom persist. Join this research-based discussion about the unique challenges women lawyers face in the courtroom, including how jurors perceive and respond to men and women differently based on courtroom style and strategy.

American Bar Association

1 - Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession

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How to Distinguish Oneself in an Auction Process Using Recent Legal Trends
Stikeman Elliot partners Sophie Lamonde and Maxime Turcotte, who practice Canadian corporate law, breakdown the strategies to implement during an auction process.

Stikeman Elliott LLP

1 - General Participatory

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"Help" is Not a Four-Letter Word: Overcoming Stigma
Do you know how widespread mental illness and substance use disorders are in the legal profession? We think you'll be surprised by this broad discussion about how they became so pervasive in the industry. This program will give you background information as well as practical advice on how to help eradicate the stigma of mental illness and substance use disorders in order to make the legal community a healthier one.

American Bar Association

1.5 - Competence Issues

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Contract Drafting Basics: It's How You Say It - Technical Contract Drafting Tips
This program, in particular, provides a wrap-up and closure to the series. Since it reiterates and reinforces the concepts from the other parts of the series, it serves both (1) a great capstone for those who have seen the first parts as well as (2) a useful entry point for those who have not watched them.

New Media Rights

1.75 - General Participatory

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Contract Drafting for Transactional Attorneys: Every Word Matters
This course is the first part of our series on “Contract Drafting for Beginning Transactional Attorneys.” It can be watched on its own or as part of the series. In addition to the course content described, we will give practice notes for drafting, negotiating, and advising clients and relate the material here to other parts of this series.

New Media Rights

1.25 - General Participatory

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United States Supreme Court October Term 2017 Decisions Involving Criminal Law Issues
In this program, Professor Saltzman describes and explains every criminal law related decision by the U.S. Supreme Court during the October 2017-2018 term. This includes cases on the 4th, 5th, & 6th Amendments, 42 U.S.C. Section 1983, and all Federal Criminal Law decisions.

Saltzman Seminars

2.5 - General Participatory

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Beyond the Attack - Legal & Ethical Considerations in Breach Response
This session will go over some of the best practices/common pitfalls in response and identify some ways to help minimize legal exposure and organizational harm while balancing ethical obligations in breach response.

Legalweek