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Build a Customized Montana CLE Compliance Bundle

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



The State Bar of Montana allows attorneys to take five (5) of fifteen (15) CLE hours online, including the two (2) required hours in Ethics.

Take your CLE online at CLE Center with streaming audio or video courses. We bring the classroom to you!

With this bundle, you can complete five (5) CLE hours, including two (2) in ethics. All programs are approved by the State Bar of Montana.

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

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64 minutes
Cite Early! Cite Often! The 2019-2020 Cases That Every Practitioner Should Know
Join us for ALM’s open-to-all legendary Judicial Keynote Session as the panel discusses the cases that made (or missed) the ALM headlines in 2019-2020. Caselaw discussions will focus on the ever changing landscape of data and biometric privacy, privilege disputes, spoliation, recent news in iPhone forensics and social media discovery in litigation.

Legalweek

1 - General

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58 minutes
Navigating Data Privacy Restrictions in Litigations and Investigations
This CLE session, presented by experienced global privacy and e-discovery attorneys and technologists, will discuss how to design processes and leverage technology to remain compliant and secure while meeting the needs of the case.

Legalweek

1 - General

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61 minutes
Tech Matters: Managing Legal and Ethical Issues at the Cutting Edge of eDiscovery
In just 10 years the case law around eDiscovery AI & Analytics has exploded. Over 100 published opinions specifically address TAR and Predictive Coding--evaluating complex and nuanced issues like defensibility, workflow design, protocol negotiation, and transparency obligations. In the meantime, dozens of state bar associations have imposed ethical obligations for lawyers to maintain technical competency, including within eDiscovery. Thomas C. Gricks III will lead an educational panel of experts covering the key legal issues around eDiscovery and technology.

Legalweek

1 - Ethics

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91 minutes
The Practice and Process of Law: Preparing for a Deposition
Most everything attorneys do can be reduced to a checklist—a series of steps that followed will allow you to achieve a given legal task, especially preparing for a deposition. In this program, you'll hear expert attorneys discuss the art of skillfully preparing for a deposition.

American Bar Association

1.5 - General

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67 minutes
Lessons for Lawyers from True-Crime TV - Vol. 1: Dangers in Divorces
In this program, Dr. Brian Russell, a clinical psychologist and practicing attorney will take you behind the scenes and use True-Crime TV cases to offer ethical tips and strategies in recognizing the dangers involved in divorces and how to avoid them.

Dr. Brian Russell

1 - General

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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 - Ethics

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93 minutes
Ten Tips for Your Practice: Representing Clients Effectively in Mediation
Learn to how prepare and negotiate for successful outcomes via cooperative strategies.

American Bar Association

1.5 - General

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Employee Regulations and the Workplace of the Future
Employers across the nation are confronting a host of new or amended employment laws addressing pay equity, pay inquiry, and paid sick leave. For instance, various U.S. municipalities and states, including New York City, Philadelphia, New York, California, and Puerto Rico have also enacted new legislation that prohibits employers from asking applicants about their current or past salary, creating additional compliance and recruitment challenges for employers. Additionally, various states and localities have adopted or are considering mandatory paid sick leave laws, adding to the assortment of new employer requirements. So what will the future workplace look like for women?

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

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