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Build a Customized Florida CLE Compliance Mini Bundle

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



The Florida State Bar allows attorneys to take all thirty (30) required CLE hours online, including the five (5) required hours in Ethics.

With this bundle, you can complete fifteen hours of CLE including five CLE Ethics hours required by the Florida State Bar for only $219. All programs are approved by the Florida State Bar.

After purchase, you can add programs to your bundle to begin receiving credit. You have one year from the date of purchase to complete your programs. 


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Financial Implications of Cannabis-Related Businesses
As marijuana legalization grows, state-by-state, more and more financial considerations arise. Given the ever-evolving nature of the cannabis industry, it is important that any cannabis-related business or anyone supporting or financing a related business stay on top of the latest financial and tax implications of the industry.

The National Underwriter

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Estate Planning and Asset Protection for Cryptocurrency
Join to learn how best to assist your clients with asset protection and estate planning with internet currencies.

American Bar Association

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Conservatorship Criteria in Context: The Britney Spears Case
The Britney Spears conservatorship case has brought a lot of attention to the Conservatorships and Guardianship laws throughout the country. In this program, Dr. Brian Russell uses his expertise to provde some useful legal context to the case, provide lawyers with a better understanding of where the pitfalls are and how they can do right by their clients.

Dr. Brian Russell

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Civil Competency 101
Join Dr. Brian Russell as he dives into the competencies expected of your clients in civil matters; mainly making contracts, making healthcare decisions and making a will. He uses his knowledge and experience, both as an attorney and a licensed psychologist, to provide a deeper understanding of how to help your client and avoid pitfalls.

Dr. Brian Russell

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Legal Lessons Learned from Advising High Net-Worth Families
In this program, Dr. Brian Russell, a licensed psychologist and attorney, will provide insights garnered from his experience advising high net-worth families using his legal and psychological aspects to provide a fuller view of the dynamics involved in working with these families.

Dr. Brian Russell

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Workplace Abuse and Bullying: Understanding the Impact on Lawyer Well-Being and the Ethical Practice of Law
Incivility in the legal profession is not a new concern. But workplace abuse and bullying involve behavior akin to domestic violence, including psychological aggression, dominance, and control. What are the key components of workplace abuse? How are targets harmed and traumatized? What is the impact of workplace abuse on the ethical practice of law, lawyer well-being, and the performance of lawyers and organizations? The panel will discuss these questions and more.

American Bar Association

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The Litigation Outlook
As the courts reopen and in-house counsel reevaluate their caseloads, we will take a look at what legal departments have been experiencing on the litigation front in terms of “old” as well as newly-brought cases.

General Counsel Conference

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Strategies for Determining the Right Time to Pursue Arbitration vs. Litigation
During this discussion, a panel of experts will share their views on the difficult decisions that in-house, especially general counsel, face as they weigh the cons and pros of whether and when a dispute is better suited for public litigation or private arbitration. Additionally, they will provide tips on what factors, in their experience, tend to sway the decision-making process one way or another.

General Counsel Conference

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