California MCLE

  • California Attorneys and Paralegals can earn one hour of Self-Study California MCLE credit online by reading this article and completing this associated continuing legal education quiz. Share this article:           The term "public record" has always been VERY misleading. Even though a record is "public" and available for public...


  • by Roy Ginsburg, J.D. If you ask most attorneys whether their clients are satisfied, the vast majority would, of course, say "yes." If you then ask them "what makes you so sure?" the responses would typically range from "They don’t complain" and "They’re nice to me" to "They pay their bills" or "They continue to do business with...


  • Diversity Makes Cents The Business Case for Diversity by Roy Ginsburg, J.D. The representation of women and minorities in major U.S. law firms, especially at the partnership level, remains abysmally low. The numbers indicate that relative to the overall population (half women; one-third minority) and that of the demographic makeup of law students, women...


  • As part of the California State Bar's MCLE requirements, Attorneys and Paralegals must certify that they have completed four hours of Legal Ethics MCLE credit every three years. California Attorneys and Paralegals can satisfy all of their required LEgal Ethics MCLE credits by completing the following self-study MCLE quizzes. Internet For Lawyers offers California Attorneys & Paralegals who...


  • Recently, the California State Senate passed a bill (SB144) that amends the State Business & Professions Code (Section 6070) lowering the number of hours of MCLE required by California Attorneys from 36 hours every 36 months to only 25 (Paragraph a) The Bill also instructs the State Bar to "ensure that by July 1, 2000, any member possessing or having access to the internet or specified...


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