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Oregon Ethics, Elder & Child Abuse Reporting, and Mental Health & Substance Abuse Education Bundle 091820

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

The Oregon State Bar allows attorneys to complete their forty-five (45) MCLE credits online, including five (5) required hours in Ethics and 1 in Elder Abuse Reporting. 

Take your CLE at your convenience online. CLE Center is an accredited provider of MCLE by the Oregon State Bar.

With this Oregon Ethics and Elder Abuse Reporting Bundle, you can earn five (5) required Ethics hours, one (1) hour in Elder & Child Abuse Reporting, and one (1) hour in Mental Health & Substance Abuse Education for only $139.

Please note that this bundle will NOT satisfy the specific requirements for newly admitted attorneys. Contact your state bar for more information on these requirements.

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Bundle Courses

3 Courses
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94 minutes
Overcoming Chronic Stress by Improving Attorney Mental Health & Wellness
In this program, learn how lawyers can combat chronic stress.

American Bar Association

0.5 - Ethics

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90 minutes
Your Ethical Duties: Protecting Client Confidences
This panel will focus on the duties professionals have to protect electronically stored client information, best practices, ethical obligations and business considerations.

American Bankruptcy Institute

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90 minutes
Ethically Interviewing and Preparing Witnesses for Deposition and Trial
Developing favorable testimony while avoiding improper coaching, ethically interviewing witnesses for, and handling current and former employees of a party to litigation will be discussed using hypotheticals. The panel will also cover the intersection of the rules of professional conduct and the civil and criminal rules of procedure.

Throughout the program, faculty will reference and discuss the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, including Rules 1.1, 1.2, 1.4, 3.3, 3.4, and 8.4.

American Bar Association