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Nevada Compliance Bundle 053120

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

The Nevada Board of Continuing Legal Education allows attorneys to complete all thirteen (13) CLE credit hours online, including two (2) in Ethics.

With the Nevada Compliance Bundle, you can complete all thirteen (13) CLE hours required by the Nevada State Bar, including the two (2) required hours in ethics and one (1) hour in Prevention of Substance Abuse.

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

Please click here for answers to frequently asked questions.

Buy Compliance Bundle $229.00 & nbsp;  
 

Bundle Courses

4 Courses
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61 minutes
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How to Succeed as a Trial Lawyer: Drafting Pleadings, Motions, and Memos Strategically
Do you know how to make the most of the complex federal court rules to achieve success? This program encompasses complaints, answers, affirmative defenses, counterclaims, cross-claims, third party claims, a variety of motions, and how to support and oppose them.

American Bar Association

1 - General

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62 minutes
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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

1 - Ethics

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66 minutes
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Using Technology to Build a Culture of Inclusion in the Legal Profession
This panel of in-house legal experts will describe how technology has advanced their internal recruiting, hiring and promotion practices and external vendor selection with an eye toward improving diversity.

Legalweek

1 - Ethics

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120 minutes
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Computational Law: Developing a Common Language
In this program, a panel of experts will discuss and provide insight into AI and how it will impact the legal industry and strategies for bridging the gap between computer scientists and lawyers.

Legalweek

2 - General