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Build a Customized Oregon CLE Compliance Bundle

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



The Oregon State Bar allows attorneys to complete all forty-five (45) MCLE credits online, including the five (5) required hours in Ethics, and one (1) hour in Mental Health & Substance Abuse.

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

With this bundle, you can earn forty-five (45) MCLE hours including the five (5) required Ethics hours and one (1) hour in Mental Health & Substance Abuse for only $289.

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.

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

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60 minutes
Demystifying the Oregon Abuse Reporting Requirement
Oregon law makes lawyers mandatory reporters for both child abuse and elder abuse. There are two separate statutes that govern those requirements, and we’re going to review them both in this program. 

Stuart Teicher

1 - Abuse Reporting

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Underrepresented Representatives: How to Navigate a Profession that Does Not Look like You
The panelists will also discussion the natural consequences that our presence in the profession has on the minority community and the steps necessary to help ensure that the minority population is better represented in the legal profession.

American Bar Association

1 - Access to Justice

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63 minutes
What Will Be the Biggest Tax Implications for 2021?
Join the expert-authors behind Tax Facts in this seminar as they discuss important questions many will have about the state of tax in 2021, including potential changes, implications, and more.

The National Underwriter

1 - General

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Does COVID-19 Trigger Force Majeure?
Your clients' contract may be affected by COVID-19 and force majeure. Navigate the legal and business issues with Corporate Counsel Editor-in-Chief Heather Nevitt and International lawyer Lisa Richman in a discussion about the practical implications of force majeure in making business decisions state-by-state and across the globe.

Law Journal Press

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The Nuts and Bolts of Ethics Screening: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How to Build it at Your Firm
Join us as we talk through the nuts and bolts of conflicts and how to prevent one lawyer's conflict of interest from disqualifying the entire law firm.

American Bar Association

1 - Ethics

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91 minutes
May the Force (Majeure) Be With You or Not?: Navigating Force Majeure and Business Interruption in the Age of the Virus
Learn about Force Majeure issues in the entertainment and sports industries. Our expert panel will explore. these and other related issues and provide some practical solutions to theses critical.">Learn about Force Majeure issues in the entertainment and sports industries. Our expert panel will explore. these and other related issues and provide some practical solutions to theses critical.

American Bar Association

1.5 - General

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62 minutes
Staying Mentally Safe, Sound, and Sober During COVID-19
Global pandemics like COVID-19 put into stark relief the extraordinary stressors that you, your firm's employee and your clients are under. How do you recognize the signs and symptoms of behavioral health disorders that can be adversely affected by the current situation? And do you have the strategies to address these? Making sure you do is part of the ethical responsibility you owe your client(s).

American Bar Association

1 - Mental Health and Substance Abuse

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COVID-19 Considerations for Employers
Explore the legal, strategic, and practical considerations crucial for employers to consider in light of recent coronavirus (COVID-19) developments.

American Bar Association

1 - General