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Build a Customized Louisiana 6-Credit CLE Compliance Bundle

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



With this bundle, you can complete six (6) MCLE hours. All programs in this bundle are approved by the Louisiana Supreme Court Committee on Mandatory Continuing Legal Education.

The Louisiana Supreme Court has issued an order amending the online credit limit to 6 hours for the 2022 compliance period ending December 31, 2022. The order can be found here.

CLE Center will report all credits earned on our website to the MCLE Committee for you. Please update your MCLE Profile to include your LA bar number.

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

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Cannabis & Social Equity
Marijuana legalization is increasing across the United States, and more and more business opportunities are becoming available. There are still barriers to entry for many people, however, despite "social equity" programs in the states in which marijuana is legal.

The National Underwriter

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Opportunities for Environmental Justice in Nuclear Law
Join this discussion on opportunities to improve environmental justice in the nuclear field and the legal considerations for practitioners to do so.

American Bar Association

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Ethics Lessons from My Cousin Vinny
My Cousin Vinny may be one of the best movies about lawyers ever made. That’s not an exaggeration…if you’re thinking about attorney ethics! The number of professional responsibility lessons one can learn from this cinematic masterpiece is incredible! Join the CLE Performer, Stuart Teicher, Esq., as he runs through this classic and covers some important ethics topics. They include: competence (Rule 1.1), confidentiality (Rule 1.6) and lies/deception (Rule 8.4), and more!

Stuart Teicher

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Can Lawyers Do That? A Professionalism Question
When Stuart Teicher started a Google search with the phrase “Can Lawyers…” he was shocked to see what the computer suggested as search recommendations….and he knew it would make a great CLE program about professionalism. Join the CLE Performer as he explains how lawyers are held to a higher standard, both in and out of the practice.

Stuart Teicher

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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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Leveraging eDiscovery Expertise for Incident Response Matters
Law firms and their clients across industries are seeing a significant increase in cyber incidents. Leveraging familiar eDiscovery and Analytics tools can be an integral part of effectively responding to these incidents. However, it is imperative to understand what makes these matters unique (including scope and workflow) to ensure a strong and defensible outcome all while often under time and cost pressures.

Legalweek

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We Have a Privacy Policy in Place, Are We Compliant?
Privacy Policies and Privacy Programs are unique to each organization. Understanding your data privacy risk and where your data is located should be the starting point to creating a Privacy Policy and Privacy Program. Learn about your data privacy risk by using various assessments and techniques, including data mapping and data privacy assessments.

Legalweek

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No More Eyes Wide Shut: Ethical Times Have Changed
Lawyers used to be able to get away with playing dumb. We could conveniently ignore the misdeeds of our clients…we could keep our eyes shut. Not any more. The ABA recently issued Opinion 491 which creates a responsibility to ask questions about our client’s bad deeds…and every lawyer needs to understand. (Rules 1.6, and 1.2 also covered)

Stuart Teicher

1 - Ethics